Career/employment opportunities on campus are listed below alphabetically. Click on any link for a brief description of the position.
Assistant/Associate Professor of Accounting (Limited to Audit and Audit Related Experienced Individuals)
Visiting Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Classics
Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Visiting Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Visiting Assistant Professor of Social Work
The rationale for increasing diversity among the faculty is directly related to the College mission. Three essential elements of the mission - academic excellence, preparing students to live in an ever-changing and diverse world, and our Franciscan legacy - are all supported and increased through having a faculty from a wealth of differing ethnic, international, religious, and scholarly backgrounds. Diverse faculty will enhance and expand the curriculum, will help attract and retain a more diverse student body which in turn will bring a broader spectrum of ideas and experiences into the classroom, and will advance college-community relationships throughout the capital region.
Franciscan education seeks to empower students to be agents of peace, to reject violence as a means of achieving one's goals, to respect the unique worth of each person, and to protect the rights of oppressed people. Thus fostering a just community among peoples of different color, different nationalities, different faiths, different life-experiences and different opinions is not merely a hoped for by-product of a Siena education - it is a primary goal. Such a goal requires a pluralistic, talented faculty body.
For more information on career/employment opportunities, benefits or general information, please contact the Office of Human Resources.
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