EMPLOYMENT

Assistant/Associate Professor of Nursing

School of Nursing

The University of Mobile invites applications for a full-time position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Nursing. Reporting to the Dean of the School of Nursing the successful candidate will be energetic, dynamic, and possess strong interpersonal and educational skills. Experience in the areas of medical surgical nursing and nursing education are desired. The faculty member will teach pertinent courses in the department, prepare course materials and assignments, advise students, engage in curriculum review and development, coordinate practicums and assist with some online delivery. An earned doctorate and higher education experience is preferred. The School of Nursing, which resides within the University of Mobile’s College of Health Professions, is accredited by CCNE (Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education).

A list of required application materials can be found at http://umobile.edu/employment/ and should be sent to:

Dr. Kathy Sheppard
University of Mobile
5735 College Parkway
Mobile, AL 36613-2842

Electronic submissions are preferred and may be sent to ksheppard@umobile.edu.


Ballet Instructor 

Department of Theater

Part Time
Compensation Status: Salaried
Reports to: Rebeca Lake, Theater Chair

Job Description: 
Ballet Instructor for 1.5 hour class that meets weekly. The class is for musical theater majors, but is open to students from other majors. This means that the skill level of the students can vary. We offer Beginning Ballet in the fall semester and Intermediate Ballet in the spring semester,

Primary Responsibilities: 
Lead a weekly class
Tailor class to needs of students; providing a simplified and advanced version of choreography if needed
Teach technique as well as choreogrpahy
Instruct students on how to warm up, stretch, maintain a healthy dance regimen
Teach auditions skills; teach how to learn and perform a dance at audition speed.


Jazz Instructor 

Department of Theater

Part Time
Compensation Status: Salaried
Reports to: Rebeca Lake, Theater Chair

Job Description: 
Jazz Instructor for 1.5 hour class that meets weekly. The class is for musical theatre majors, but is open to students from other majors. This means that at the skill level of the students can vary. We offer Beginning Jazz in the fall semester and Intermediate Jazz in the spring semester.

Primary Responsibilities: 
Lead a weekly class
Tailor class to needs of students; providing a simplified and advanced version of choreography if needed
Teach technique as well as choreogrpahy
Instruct students on how to warm up, stretch, maintain a healthy dance regimen
Teach auditions skills; teach how to learn and perform a dance at audition speed.


Tap Instructor 

Department of Theater

Part Time
Compensation Status: Salaried
Reports to: Rebeca Lake, Theater Chair

Job Description: 
Tap Instructor for 1.5 hour class that meets weekly. The class is for musical theatre majors, but is open to students from other majors. This means that at the skill level of the students can vary. We offer Beginning Tap in the fall semester and Intermediate Tap in the spring semester.

Primary Responsibilities: 
Lead a weekly class
Tailor class to needs of students; providing a simplified and advanced version of choreography if needed
Teach technique as well as choreogrpahy
Instruct students on how to warm up, stretch, maintain a healthy dance regimen
Teach auditions skills; teach how to learn and perform a dance at audition speed.


ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS

The School of Education at University of Mobile invites applications for adjunct Instructors in the following programs:

Technology
Higher Education Leadership and Policy (Pending SACSCOC approval)
Health Education
Early Childhood

Adjunct Instructors teaching in the above fields report to the Dean of the University of Mobile’s School of Education. The successful candidate will be energetic, dynamic, and possess strong interpersonal skills. Experience in higher education teaching as well as online course development and facilitation is desired.

A list of required application materials can be found at https://umobile.edu/about/employment/ and should be sent to:

Dr. Carolyn D. Corliss
University of Mobile
5735 College Parkway
Mobile, AL 36613-2842

Electronic submissions are preferred and may be sent to ccorliss@umobile.edu.


The College of Arts and Sciences at University of Mobile invites applications for adjunct Instructors in the following programs:

Biology
Chemistry
Communication
Computer Science
English
Government and Law
History
Latin
Philosophy
Physics
Psychology
Sociology

Adjunct Instructors teaching in the above fields report to the Dean of the University of Mobile’s College of Arts and Sciences. The successful candidate will be energetic, dynamic, and possess strong interpersonal skills. Experience in higher education teaching as well as online course development and facilitation is desired.

A list of required application materials can be found at https://umobile.edu/about/employment/ and should be sent to:

Dr. Lonnie A. Burnett,
University of Mobile
5735 College Parkway
Mobile, AL 36613-2842

Electronic submissions are preferred and may be sent to lburnett@umobile.edu.


The School of Health and Sports Science at University of Mobile invites applications for adjunct Instructors in the following programs:

Kinesiology
Exercise Science
Sport Administration
Sport Ministry
Pre-Athletic Training
Pre-Occupational Therapy
Pre-Physical Therapy
Physical Education/Health Education

Adjunct Instructors teaching in the above fields report to the Chair of the University of Mobile’s Department of Kinesiology. The successful candidate will be energetic, dynamic, and possess strong interpersonal skills as well as have at least a Master’s degree in the field of Kinesiology. Experience in higher education teaching, online course development and facilitation is desired.

A list of required application materials can be found at https://umobile.edu/about/employment/ and should be sent to:

Dr. Lori DeLong
University of Mobile
5735 College Parkway
Mobile, AL 36613-2842

Electronic submissions are preferred and should be sent to ldelong@umobile.edu.


The School of Business at University of Mobile invites applications for adjunct instructors in the following areas:

Accounting
Business Analytics
Economics
Finance
Management
Marketing

Adjunct Instructors teaching in the above fields report to the Dean of the University of Mobile’s School of Business. The successful candidate will be energetic, dynamic, and possess strong interpersonal skills. Experience in higher education teaching as well as online course development and facilitation is desired.

A list of required application materials can be found at https://umobile.edu/about/employment/ and should be sent to:

Dr. Todd Greer
University of Mobile
5735 College Parkway
Mobile, AL 36613-2842

Electronic submissions are preferred and may be sent to tgreer@umobile.edu.


The Alabama School of the Arts at University of Mobile invites applications for adjunct Instructors in the following programs:

Adjunct Online Musicology Instructor

The Alabama School of the Arts at University of Mobile invites applications for an adjunct instructor of musicology. The candidate would be expected to teach one online graduate musicology course per semester, beginning in the spring of 2018. The successful candidate will be energetic, dynamic, and possess strong interpersonal skills. A PhD in musicology is required, and experience in higher education teaching, including online course development and facilitation is desired. The University of Mobile is a Christ-centered academic community providing liberal arts and professional programs to renew minds through intellectual and spiritual development for the fulfilling of one’s professional calling. The Alabama School of the Arts is accredited by NASM, and currently offers a wide range of undergraduate programs, as well as the MM in Performance- voice or piano.

Applied Flute Instruction
Applied Clarinet Instruction
Applied Saxophone Instruction
Class Woodwind Pedagogy

Adjunct Instructors teaching in the above fields report to the Dean of the University of Mobile’s Alabama School of the Arts. The successful candidate will be energetic, dynamic, and possess strong interpersonal skills. Professional performance experience and teaching in higher education is desired.  Course development for Woodwind Pedagogy is required.

A list of required application materials can be found at https://umobile.edu/about/employment/ and should be sent to:

Mr. Kenn Hughes
University of Mobile
5735 College Parkway
Mobile, AL 36613-2842
Electronic submissions are preferred and may be sent to khughes@umobile.edu.


The School of Christian Studies at University of Mobile invites applications for adjunct instructors in the following programs:
New Testament
Old Testament
Church Ministry
Community Ministry
Adjunct Instructors teaching in the above fields report to the Associate Dean of the University of Mobile`s School of Christian Studies. The successful candidate will be energetic, dynamic, and possess strong interpersonal skills. He or she will be an active member of a Southern Baptist church, and will affirm the Baptist Faith & Message (2000) and the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy (1978). Experience in higher education teaching as well as online course development and facilitation is desired, especially Canvas. A Master`s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning is the minimal requirement, with at least 18 graduate hours in the academic area for which the candidate is applying.
A list of required application materials can be found at https://umobile.edu/about/employment/ and should be sent to:
Mr. Kyle Beshears
University of Mobile
5735 College Parkway
Mobile, AL 36613-2842
Electronic submissions are preferred and may be sent to kbeshears@umobile.edu.

The University of Mobile is a Christ-centered academic community providing liberal arts and professional programs to renew minds through intellectual and spiritual development for the fulfilling of one’s professional calling. The University is affiliated with the Alabama Baptist State Convention and is committed to excellence in academics through offerings at the undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education levels.

The University of Mobile is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, and master’s degrees.

Accounts Payable Clerk

The Accounts Payable position requires:

  • Knowledge of accounts payable
  • Knowledge of general accounting procedures
  • Knowledge of relevant accounting software including Microsoft Word, Excel and Email.
  • Proficient data entry and management
  • 1 – 3 years accounts payable or general accounting experience

Key competencies of the position include:

  • Organizing and prioritizing
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Confidentiality
  • Judgement
  • Communication skills
  • Information management skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Team work
  • Ability to meet deadlines

Contact: Diane Black (dblack@umobile.edu)


Shuttle Driver
  • Part-time: 10-20 Hours per week
  • $10 per hour
  • CDL: preferred but not required

The University of Mobile is seeking to hire up to three shuttle drivers for the 2018-2019 academic years. Applicants with CDL licenses are preferred but not required. No benefits are offered for this position.

Contact: Diane Black (dblack@umobile.edu)

Community Service Math and/or Reading Tutor: Saraland Elementary School

College and/or School (if applicable):

Department (if applicable): Financial Aid

Employment Status:

Federal Work Study: X

Part-time student worker:

Reports to: Marie Batson (University of Mobile) and Stephanie Dial (Saraland Elementary)

Work Schedule:  Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Job Description: 

Position Qualifications (Educational credentials, skills and abilities):

  • Christian who is an active member in local church.
  • Supports Statement of Christian Affirmation (https://umobile.edu/about/mission/)  
  • One letter of recommendation from a School of Education professor, English professor, or Math professor that can attest to the applicants level of knowledge and ability to tutor the respective subject
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher 
  • Appreciates and respects the learning style of the individual student
  • Ability to explain math/reading concepts to aid students in learning and building skills in the subject area
  • Punctual
  • Team player
  • Completed background fingerprint check

Position Responsibilities: 

  • Demonstrates the Imago Dei of Christ (Gen 1:26) in all aspects of one’s professional role, personal interactions and community relations.
  • Follow all policies and procedures of Saraland Elementary School
  • Perform all tutor duties as instructed by the sight supervisor

Community Service Reading Tutor: Collins-Rhodes Elementary School

College and/or School (if applicable): Financial Aid

Department (if applicable):

Employment Status:

Federal Work Study: X

Part-time student worker:

Reports to: Mrs. Marie Batson (UM) and Mrs. Karlesha Williams-Springs (Collins-Rhodes)

Work Schedule:  Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Job Description: 

Position Qualifications (Educational credentials, skills and abilities):

  • Christian who is an active member in local church
  • Supports Statement of Christian Affirmation (https://umobile.edu/about/mission/)
  • One letter of recommendation from a School of Education professor, English professor, or Math professor that can attest to the applicants level of knowledge and ability to tutor the respective subject
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Appreciates and respects the learning style of the individual student
  • Ability to explain math/reading concepts to aid students in learning and building skills in the subject area
  • Punctual
  • Team player
  • Completed background fingerprint check (see attachment)
  • Contact Mr. Lee Williams at Mobile Area Education Foundation at 251-476-0002 to register for orientation.
  • All majors are accepted!

Position Responsibilities: 

  • Demonstrates the Imago Dei of Christ (Gen 1:26) in all aspects of one’s professional role, personal interactions and community relations.
  • Follow all policies and procedures of Collins-Rhodes Elementary School
  • Perform all tutor duties as instructed by the sight supervisor 

The Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) requires all students observing children be fingerprinted and cleared by the FBI & ABI BEFORE observing in a school system.

Criminal History Background Check

ALSDE Code 290-3-3-.02(6)(d) & 290-3-3-.04(3)(a)2.(i) 

(1) Effective no later than the beginning of the fall 2008 semester, any candidate applying for admission to a State-approved teacher education program shall be required to be fingerprinted for a criminal history background check through the Alabama State Department of Education to the Alabama Bureau of Investigation (ABI) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) pursuant to Act 2002-457.                                                                                             (2)  The candidate shall be fingerprinted by a service provider approved by the Alabama State Department of Education. Additional information about approved providers, fees, and procedures is available from the Teacher Education and Certification Office.            

(3)  The candidate is responsible for the nonrefundable, nontransferable fee.         

(4)  The candidate shall be issued a suitability determination from the State Superintendent of Education. The candidate must provide the designated official of the EPP documentation of having cleared the criminal history background check prior to admission to a State-approved teacher education program.  

(5) A candidate whose suitability determination precludes admission to a State-approved teacher education has the right to due process procedures in accordance with the current Educator Certification Chapter of the Alabama Administrative Code.

For fingerprinting services, please contact:

https://www.aps.gemalto.com/al/index_adeNew.htm 

Once you receive the suitability letter from the ALSDE, maintain a copy for your prescreening with Lawrencine Mason, Student Workforce Coordinator, and for your interview with Collins-Rhodes Elementary administration.  If you do NOT receive your suitability letter before your first scheduled observation, you may verify your status at: https://tcert.alsde.edu/Portal/Pages/SearchCerts.aspx

In accordance with Employment At-Will policy of the University as noted in the Employee Handbook, this job description is not construed as a contract of employment or any part of any contract of employment or as a guarantee that employment or any benefit will be continued for any period of time.


Work-study/Advancement Assistant

College and/or School (if applicable):  n/a

Department (if applicable):    Advancement Office

Employment Status:

            Federal Work Study

            Part-time student worker:

Reports to:     Haley Ikner

Work Schedule: tbd

Job Description:     Working in the Advancement Office, our work-study would be exposed to fundraising, special events and donor/alumni relations.  This assignment will include general office responsibilities to support the function of the office.  They would gain experience working closely with professional staff, assisting in office work as well as special event support.

Position Qualifications (Educational credentials, skills and abilities):

  • Christian who is an active member in local church.
  • Supports Statement of Christian Affirmation (https://umobile.edu/about/mission/)
  • Responsible and dependable (i.e. must report to work as scheduled)
  • Demonstrate a pleasant and willing attitude
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Potential and desire to learn office procedures
  • Outgoing personality and ability to maintain professionalism
  • Willing to learn
  • Must be able to multi-task and see an assignment to its completion
  • Effectively utilize and learn MS Office and Raiser’s Edge NXT and other software as needed

Position Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrates the Imago Dei of Christ (Gen 1:26) in all aspects of one’s professional role, personal interactions and community relations.
  • Assist office staff in general office responsibilities as well as special events
  • Perform clerical functions of the office as directed
  • Data entry
  • All other support functions related to the Advancement Office

Student Workforce Application

University of Mobile is a private Christian University of liberal arts and sciences, and is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. Consideration for employment at the University of Mobile will be based on the applicant’s Christian commitment, qualifications, education and experience.
In order to complete an application file at the University of Mobile, the following items must be submitted:

  • A completed application form
  • A letter of interest
  • An updated resume

To request an employment application see the links below or call the Human Resources office at 251.442.2209 . We will be happy to forward an application to you. All applications and materials should be mailed to:

University of Mobile
Attention: Human Resources Office
5735 College Parkway
Mobile, AL 36613-2842

PDF Applications:
Staff/Clerical Positions
Faculty & Professional Positions
Student Workforce Application

University of Mobile is a Christ-centered academic community providing liberal arts and professional programs to renew minds through intellectual and spiritual development for the fulfilling of one’s professional calling. The University is affiliated with the Alabama Baptist State Convention and is committed to excellence in academics through offerings at the undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education levels.

University of Mobile is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, and master’s degrees.