Employment Opportunities

Hodges University is an Equal Opportunity Institution that has a commitment to cultural, racial, and ethnic communities and encourages women and minorities groups to apply.

Hodges University welcomes applications for the employment positions listed below. All application materials submitted for consideration become the property of the University.

Current Listings

Adjunct Faculty >
Hodges University seeks an adjunct instructor to teach an American Government course for the fall term. Applicants must have a master's degree and should have completed at least eighteen graduate hours in government courses. Send applications to Dr. Elsa Rogers at erogers@hodges.edu.

Adjunct Faculty - Nichols School of Professional Studies >
The Master in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Hodges University is seeking a Counselor Educator for a full-time assistant/associate professor position starting in September, 2014. Hodges University is a private, nonprofit SACS accredited university located in Southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The Program is a CACREP-accredited master’s level program. At Hodges University, the academic year is divided into three equal semesters (fall, winter, summer). Applicants will be required to teach a variety of courses during the three terms and travel between campuses (Naples and Fort Myers). Applicants should possess a PhD or PsyD in Psychology, terminal degree in Counselor Education and Supervision or a related discipline and be licensed, or licensed eligible, as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Florida. Candidates must be familiar with the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) standards and have a working knowledge of how these standards serve as a guideline to course content. At least 5 years of clinical practice experience in the field, as well as 3-5 years of experience teaching courses at the university level predominately at the graduate level in counseling education is essential. Interested applicants should submit their Curriculum Vitae, letter of interest, and unofficial transcripts to Dr. Mary Nuosce, Program Director, by email to  mnuosce@hodges.edu.

Faculty - Nichols School of Professional Studies >
The Criminal Justice Program at Hodges University is accepting applications for a full-time Assistant Professor position. Hodges University is a private, nonprofit SACS accredited university located in Southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. Hodges University is principally a teaching institution, and applicants should be committed to teaching excellence. The Criminal Justice Program offers associate and bachelor’s degrees both in the classroom and through web-based online courses. At Hodges University the academic year is divided into three equal semesters (fall, winter and summer). Applicants will be required to teach a wide variety of courses during all three terms, and travel between campuses (Naples and Fort Myers). Other duties include advising students, participation in curriculum/program development, and service on departmental and campus committees.

Candidates must have earned a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice or Criminology. Preference will be given to candidates who have prior teaching or training experience, practitioner experience, as well as experience teaching web-enhanced courses using an online course delivery system.

Candidates for this position should forward a letter of interest, vitae, and three letters of reference to Dr. M. Beth Bailey, Chair, Department of Criminal Justice, Hodges University, 4501 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers, FL 33966, or by email at mbailey2@hodges.edu.

Faculty - Nichols School of Professional Studies >
The Master in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Hodges University is seeking an exceptional Counselor Educator for a full-time assistant/associate professor position starting in September, 2014. Hodges University is a private, nonprofit SACS accredited university located in Southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The Program is a CACREP-accredited master’s level program. At Hodges University, the academic year is divided into three equal semesters (fall, winter, summer). Applicants will be required to teach a variety of courses during the three terms and travel between campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).

Candidates must have earned a doctorate degree in Counseling/Counselor Education and Supervision, preferably from a CACREP-accredited program and be licensed, or licensed eligible as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Florida. Candidates must be familiar with the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) standards and have a working knowledge of how these standards serve as a guideline to course content.

Clinical practice experience in the field, as well as 3-5 years of experience teaching courses at the university level predominately at the graduate level in counseling education is essential. Interested applicants should submit their Curriculum Vitae and letter of interest to Dr. Mary Nuosce, Program Director, by email to mnuosce@hodges.edu.

Adjunct Faculty >
Hodges University's Johnson School of Business has immediate openings for adjunct professors in the areas of management, marketing, economics, finance, accounting, and general business. Applicants should possess a terminal degree. Qualified applicants should send vitae and transcripts to Nancey Wyant, Dean at nwyant@hodges.edu.  

Adjunct Instructors in Digital Graphics and Design >
The Fisher School of Technology is seeking potential future adjunct instructors in Digital Graphics and Design. Experience with web design, multimedia and animation is desired. Candidates should be familiar with both the Mac and PC platforms and with Adobe CS6/CC software. MFA Degrees preferred. Industry experience is required, and teaching experience is desirable. Send CV to Dr. Al Ball, School of Technology aball@hodges.edu.  

Adjunct Faculty >
Hodges University's School of Allied Health is recruiting for Fall 2014 adjunct faculty positions in health services administration and/or health informatics. Both online and in class opportunities are available. Health services candidates should have a minimum of a master’s in field and at least five years healthcare management experience. For health informatics, a master’s degree in field with preference being given to individuals who have experience in healthcare informatics and/or information management. Credentials such as RHIA, PMP, CPHIMS or CHDA are a plus. Qualified applicants should send vitae, letter of interest and transcripts to Carlene Harrison, Dean at charrison@hodges.edu.

 

Hodges University:
By the Numbers

  • Over 2,500 students enrolled
  • 64% of students attend full-time
  • Average class size of 14 students
  • 96 full-time faculty
  • 65 adjunct or part-time faculty
  • 78% of courses taught by full-time faculty
  • 100 electronic databases
  • 18,000 items in the library and 122,427 eBooks
  • 83 classrooms/labs and student lounges at both the Naples and Fort Myers campuses
  • Smartboards, wireless and Internet connectivity in all classrooms. Select classrooms are outfitted with lecture capture cameras.

Student Profile

  • 66% female
  • 34% male
  • Average age of 33
  • 42% Hispanic
  • 14% Black or African American
  • Over 8,200 degrees conferred

Facilities

  • 36.6 acres
  • Five buildings
  • One 40,000 square foot building and one 48,000 square foot building in Naples
  • One 60,000 square foot main building and one 48,000 square foot building in Fort Myers
  • One 6,500 square foot building on 15 acres in Immokalee
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