Grand Canyon University Careers
The faculty at Grand Canyon University (GCU) has a wonderful opportunity to not only educate students, but also make a true and positive impact on their lives. As a private, faith-based institution, we integrate a Christian worldview into our curriculum and we are excited to grow our faculty team with individuals who support incorporating that philosophy into their careers.
Whether it's a position at our beautiful traditional campus or one of our convenient alternate locations, or an opportunity to teach our online student body, faculty members will have the support and resources of a regionally accredited university, backed by a trusted and well-respected name in education. We have experienced impressive growth and recognition over the years and are looking for candidates who support our Christian values and desire to work among some of the most esteemed educators in the industry.
Traditional Faculty Jobs
Grand Canyon University offers full-time and part-time adjunct faculty positions at our Phoenix, Tucson, Albuquerque and soon Eastmark locations. We offer modern facilities with smaller classroom sizes, so our faculty can spend more time doing what they do best- educating students to better prepare them for a successful professional and spiritual path. Our faculty and management teams are filled with supportive, caring individuals all dedicated to providing the best in education within the context of our Christian worldview.
Online Faculty Jobs
Grand Canyon University has experienced incredible growth and success with our online programs which are focused on providing students with the ability to learn from their own location, while still staying connected to classmates and faculty members. Our online courses range from 5-8 weeks long and are executed through an easy to manage online platform. While these members of our faculty do not meet with students face-to-face, they connect with their students on a regular basis through electronic media and telephone.
E-connect.(National Research Center for Career and Technical Education, Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, and Workforce Strategy Center): An article from: Techniques
Book (Association for Career and Technical Education)
On the Move: 25 September 2014 — Nashville Post
Nissan has announced a $50,000 program grant to the Harpeth River Watershed Association — a science-based conservation organization dedicated to the long-term health and enjoyment of the 125-mile-long Harpeth River and its 1,000 miles of tributaries.