Assistant or Associate Professor of Accounting | Judson University Christian College

Chair, Department of Architecture

Job Summary:

The Department of Architecture at Judson University seeks a new Chair to lead its B.A.A.S. and accredited M.Arch. programs starting in July or August, 2020. The new Chair will have the opportunity to provide vision to enhance the established excellence of our programs, support new programmatic initiatives, cultivate the faculty, serve student learning, align the work of the programs with the University’s new strategic plan, and ensure its continued identity within an ethos of Christian education. The Chair will be supported by an Assistant Chair and a dedicated administrative assistant.

Primary Responsibilities:

The new chair will:


The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:

Professional-track faculty status and salary based on qualifications, education and work experience.

Contact Information:

Complete applications will include, as a single PDF:
Letter of intent that outlines qualifications and capacity to meet the “Requirements and Responsibilities” listed above
Statement on the influence of faith commitment in leadership style
Completed Faculty Application available under “Employment Forms” on this page:
Curriculum vitae
A small sample of creative or scholarly work (the committee will request more expansive portfolios from candidates who advance in the search process)
Unofficial transcripts (official transcripts will be required of the successful candidate) 

Please submit all application materials to: Ms. Christina Watson, Executive Assistant to the Provost, at

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the successful candidate is appointed. For full consideration, please submit all required materials by Friday, Sept. 27, 2019. The appointment will begin in August, 2020.

About Judson University:

Judson’s programs in architecture draw from, and contribute to, the University’s tradition of Christian education within a liberal arts framework. Faculty and staff are expected to evince their faith within classrooms and studios and in all interpersonal relationships across the campus. Distinctive characteristics of the program include a four-week study abroad experience in the third year of the B.A.A.S., and a one-year preceptorship built into the M.Arch. curriculum.

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