Employment

Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran's status or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.
 
Related by faith to The United Methodist Church, Louisburg College is committed to offering a supportive community which nurtures young men and women intellectually, culturally, socially, physically, and spiritually. As a two-year residential institution, we provide a bridge for students to make a successful transition from high school to senior colleges and universities.
 
We approach our mission with integrity.
We respect the dignity of each individual.
We embrace diverse learning styles.
We offer opportunities for all of our students to succeed.
We provide a high quality, accessible education.
We enable and challenge our students to reach their full growth potential.
We value our Christian heritage and foster spiritual growth.
 
Pursuant to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and the Higher Education Opportunity Act, Louisburg College prepares an annual security report which is available to all current and prospective employees and students. The annual report addresses the college’s policies, procedures and programs concerning safety and security. Three years’ worth of statistics are included for certain types of crimes that were reported to have occurred on campus, in or on off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the school and on public property within or immediately adjacent to the campus. You may request a copy of the Annual Security Report from the Human Resources Department.
 
 
 
Available Staff Positions
Louisburg College invites applications for the position of Vice President of Academic Life and Dean of Faculty. The Vice President of Academic Life serves as the Chief Academic Officer for the institution, is a member of the President’s Cabinet, and reports directly to the President. The Vice President of Academic Life is responsible for educational policy, academic programs, and assessment of student learning, advancement of student success, curriculum development, and accreditation.
 
About Louisburg College
Louisburg College is a two-year, private, liberal arts college related by faith with the United Methodist Church, located in Louisburg, North Carolina, thirty miles north of the state capital, Raleigh.  Founded in 1787, Louisburg College is the oldest two-year, residential institution in the nation and currently averages an enrollment of 679 students. The student body is 75% minorities, 73% Pell Grant eligible, and 50% athletes. Louisburg College offers a course of study made up of foundational general education requirements which prepare students to successfully transfer to four-year institutions for completion of bachelor’s degrees and beyond.
 
Louisburg College emphasizes student development, the primacy of teaching, and promotes the scholarship of teaching. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 12:1, LC provides a unique opportunity for students to learn in a hands-on environment.  Students can pursue the Associate of Arts in General College degree, the Associate of Science in General Science degree, the Associate of Science in General Science – STEM degree, the Associate of Science in Business degree, and the Associate of Arts in Education degree.
 
Louisburg College has 13 athletic teams which compete in the NJCAA. With a history of athletic success, the college continues to field nationally ranked athletic teams.
 
Community
The town of Louisburg is located in Franklin County, North Carolina.  A small town, Louisburg is 30 miles north of the capital of North Carolina, Raleigh, as well as the nationally recognized Research Triangle.
 
Minimum Qualifications
  • Master’s or Doctorate degree in an appropriate field with extensive educational experience
  • Documented effective experience teaching at the college or university level
  • Documented experience working successfully within a diverse student body
  • Experience in setting and controlling multiple budgets
  • Documented experience in Academic Affairs administration
  • Experience in campus-wide strategic planning and implementation, including ongoing improvement in efficiency, effectiveness, and support
  • Documented experience in oversight of accreditation by a regional accrediting body
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
 
Responsibilities
  • Supervises faculty, professional development staff, Registrar’s Office, Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Associate Academic Dean, the Academic Division Chairs, Director of Library Services, Chief Technology Officer, Honors Program Director, Great Futures Career and Transfer Coach, Director of the First Year Seminar, Director of the Norris Theatre, and Director of Learning Partners & Accessibility Services
  • Intelligently and effectively leverages data when making decisions for the institution
  • Provides academic and administrative leadership, fostering a collaborative and collegial student-centered environment, as well as consistently articulates clear academic vision
  • Evaluates curriculum and all phases of the academic program of the College
  • Promotes the scholarship of teaching
  • Coordinates grant writing in support of Academic Life
  • Participates in regional organizations, such as the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU), and national organizations related to higher education
  • Advocates for the faculty, encouraging teaching excellence and student success
  • Assists with planning to meet the needs of a diverse student body
  • Manages the development and implementation of educational programs
  • Supports the evaluation of faculty and instruction
  • Evaluates division chairs (annually) and faculty for promotion
  • Mediates resolutions of problems between students and faculty and other groups
  • Manages the creation of faculty load report
  • Leads the SACSCOC accreditation process
  • Works closely with other Vice Presidents as a member of the President’s Cabinet
  • Advocates on behalf of the Faculty Senate and the Faculty Affairs Committee to the President and the President’s Cabinet
  • Oversees the recruitment and hiring of faculty, making recommendations to the President
  • Directs the creation and maintenance of transfer articulation agreements
  • Plans, in collaboration with administration and faculty, the academic calendar
  • Investigates all allegations of violations of the academic integrity policy, communicates decisions on such, and implements any sanctions
  • Coordinates the development of course and examination schedules for each academic term
  • Prepares and presents reports and resolutions to the Board of Trustees
  • Coordinates meetings of the Learning Enterprise Committee (sub-committee of the Board of Trustees) in collaboration with the trustee committee chair
  • Generates contracts for faculty and administrative staff under his or her supervision
  • Coordinates annual review and update of the College Catalog
  • Coordinates revisions to the College website related to Academic Life
  • Coordinates induction, convocation, Awards Day, and commencement exercises
  • Monitors retention rates and encourages retention initiatives in association with other VPs
  • Maintains credential files for faculty and applicable staff
  • Coordinates institutional Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) efforts
  • Chairs Academic Council, Committee of Division Chairs and Executive Directors, and QEP Committee
  • Participates in new student orientation sessions, open houses, and pre-registration events
  • Prepares weekly report to the President’s Cabinet
  • Serves on other committees as assigned
 
Salary
Commensurate with experience
 
Deadline for Applying
January 15th, 2019
 
Preferred Start date
June 1, 2019
 
Prospective Candidates
To apply, email a cover letter and CV to the Co-Chair of the Search Committee:
 
Brian Sanders
Assistant Professor of Business Studies
Executive Director of Business Studies
 
Click here to download a PDF with information about this position.
 
Candidates will be asked to provide references after preliminary review and screening. Confidentiality will be maintained in the search process; references will be contacted only with the explicit consent of the applicant.
 

Louisburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications of all qualified individuals. It is the policy and practice of the College to provide equal opportunity to all persons. The College does not discriminate against its employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, national origin, age (as defined by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act), religion, gender, disability, veteran's status or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, advancement, compensation, benefits, transfer, and termination.

 
Available Faculty Positions
Division
Humanities
 
Salary
Commensurate with experience
 
Reports To
Division Chair, Humanities
 
Start Date
January 2019
 
Required Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in Music; a Master’s in Music Education preferred
  • Classroom teaching experience in higher education
  • Experience leading a chorale preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to attend to multiple tasks
 
Responsibilities
  • Teach a variety of music classes
  • Teach and lead the college chorale; actively recruit students to be in the chorale
  • Show willingness to offer private lessons in areas such as voice and piano
  • Play the piano for the college chorale and at certain college functions
  • Actively recruit students interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree in music
  • Serve as an academic advisor, especially for students hoping to pursue a degree in music
  • Develop cooperative relationships with other faculty and staff associated with the fine arts
  • Show willingness to fulfill late afternoon/early evening obligations related to the college’s music program
  • Participate in faculty professional development and staff training
  • Keep regular office hours
  • Complete other duties assigned by the division chair
 
Possible Opportunity
Serve as a music director at the Louisburg United Methodist Church for additional compensation paid by the church.
 
To Apply
Send cover letter, resume, and a minimum of two references to:
 
Crystal Brantley
Humanities Division Chair
 
Division
Mathematics & Science
 
Salary
Commensurate with experience
 
Reports To
Division Chair Mathematics & Science
 
Term
Spring 2019
 
Required Qualifications 
  • Master's Degree in Science
  • Minimum of 18 graduate hours in Biology from a regionally accredited institution
  • One year experience teaching at the college level
 
Preferred Qualifications 
  • Three years experience teaching at the college level
 
Responsibilities
  • Teach a variety of Biology classes (up to 12 contact hours per semester)
  • Serve as a Biology tutor
  • Participate in appropriate professional development activities
  • Keep regular office hours
  • Other duties as assigned by the Division Chair
 
To Apply
Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and at least two references to:
 
Dan Bartholomew
Division
Mathematics & Science
 
Salary
Commensurate with experience
 
Reports To
Division Chair Mathematics & Science
 
Term
Spring 2019
 
Required Qualifications 
  • Master's Degree in Chemistry from a regionally accredited institution
  • One year experience teaching at the college level
 
Preferred Qualifications 
  • Three years experience teaching at the college level
 
Responsibilities
  • Teach freshman level Chemistry courses
  • Participate in appropriate professional development activities
  • Keep regular office hours
  • Other duties as assigned by the Division Chair
 
To Apply
Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and at least two references to:
 
Dan Bartholomew
Division
Mathematics & Science
 
Salary
Commensurate with experience
 
Reports To
Executive Director Mathematics & Science
 
Term
Spring 2019
 
Required Qualifications 
  • Master's Degree in Math or Math Education
  • Minimum of 18 graduate hours in Mathematics from a regionally accredited institution
  • One year experience teaching at the college level
 
Preferred Qualifications 
  • Three years experience teaching at the college level
 
Responsibilities
  • Teach a variety of math classes, ranging from Developmental Math through Pre-calculus
  • Participate in curriculum development
  • Participate in appropriate professional development activities
  • Keep regular office hours
  • Other duties as assigned by the Division Chair, VP of Academic Life, or President of the College
 
To Apply
Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and at least two references to: