Special Lecturer

Location: St. Louis, MO (a combination of remote and on-campus instruction considered for candidates who meet institutional requirements)

The School of Education at Missouri Baptist University seeks nominees and applicants for a Special Lecturer position in the areas of literacy.  The successful applicant will teach undergraduate and graduate courses and be actively involved in the leadership of the School of Education as needed. The selected applicant will teach across various delivery platforms, including in person, online, and/or livestream. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Terminal degree in Education or closely related field preferred
  2. Experience teaching in K-12 and higher education.
  3. Candidates must demonstrate strength and flexibility to teach education core courses.
  4. Candidates must embrace a student-centered approach and have a passion for serving students.
  5. Candidates must commit to intentionally integrating faith and learning in their courses. 

This appointment will be for one academic year and can be renewed contingent upon a satisfactory performance evaluation. Applicant is expected to teach five courses per year, attend School of Education faculty meetings, and hold a minimum of six hours of on-campus or virtual office hours. We intend to fill the position prior to the Fall 2022 semester, but the candidate may begin sooner.

Application Process: 

Application documents listed below should be sent electronically to:

Dr. Tammy Cox                                                        
Dean of the School of Education                          

Required Documents:

  1. Cover letter summarizing your qualifications and goodness of fit for the position
  2. Curriculum Vitae 
  3. Statement of Faith – The statement of faith should clearly explain your view of scripture, salvation, church membership and participation, and your personal relationship with Jesus Christ in keeping with the evangelical mission of Missouri Baptist University, and include a statement that you have read, understand, and would not teach contrary to the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.