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  • Work at Hodges

    Hodges University welcomes applications for the employment positions listed below. Due to the volume of applications received, unsolicited resumes/applications or those that do not identify which open position is being applied for cannot be considered. All application materials submitted become the property of the university.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

  • Administrative Opportunities

    APPLY: For consideration, applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to jobs@hodges.edu.

    OVERVIEW: The Senior Vice President for University Advancement (SVPUA) is responsible for directing an effective and cohesive unit that includes donor development and stewardship, alumni relations, community outreach, and special events. This senior administrator ensures a coordinated approach to development across departments, supporting the university’s top strategic priorities. The SVPUA reports to the President and is a member of the President’s Cabinet.

    RESPONSIBILITIES of the SVPUA:

    • Serve as the institution’s chief development officer.
    • Develop a comprehensive advancement strategy that integrates the efforts of staff, faculty, students, alumni, and Board of Trustees in fundraising initiatives.
    • Increase fundraising through capital, comprehensive, and annual campaigns, scholarship and program endowment, major gifts, planned gifts, alumni cultivation, and grants.
    • Increase the stature of Hodges University in the communities it serves through excellent networking, community outreach, and programming.
    • Manage all University Advancement subunits, including donor relations and stewardship, community outreach, and alumni.
    • Serve as an effective and visible leader of the university by serving on President’s Cabinet, university task forces, and committees as required, by attending university events, and through community service.
    • Work closely with Hodges’ marketing team to effectively promote the institution to friends, donors and the business community.
    • Mobilize Hodges internal stakeholders, especially deans, faculty, and senior leadership to participate in the advancement of the organization.
    • Carry out other duties as assigned by the President.
     

    QUALIFICATIONS of ideal candidates:

    • A post-baccalaureate degree.
    • A proven track record of fundraising success, especially in securing individual, foundation, and other extramural support.
    • Significant capital and comprehensive campaign experience, preferably in higher education.
    • A minimum of 10 years of experience in higher education or other nonprofit fundraising environment and a minimum of three years in a senior level administrative position.
     

    EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, DISPOSITIONS, AND ABILITIES of ideal candidates:

    • A results orientation that has been demonstrated through fundraising success.
    • Strategic planning skills and competencies in advancement planning, capital campaign oversight, endowment and fiscal management, stakeholder cultivation, as well as personnel management.
    • Knowledge of best practices in advancement and the ability to apply them in innovative ways and understanding of emerging avenues for securing donor support, including use of social media to drive fundraising results.
    • Ability to coordinate fundraising roles and activities, with particular emphasis on the fundraising activities of the President.
    • Experience with alumni relations and alumni development activities.
    • Experience with annual fund/appeal programs.
    • Experience with community outreach functions of universities, including non-credit programming.
    • Experience managing a multi-unit budget.
    • Knowledge of the legal aspects of fundraising and of obligations to donors.
    • Knowledge of best practices of financial management and investment as this relates to the university’s advancement function.
    • Knowledge of best practices related to use and management of donor databases.
    • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work strategically and collaboratively as a member of Hodges’ senior leadership team.
    • Commitment to travel and to be present for special events on evenings and weekends.
    • Demonstrated commitment to inclusivity, hospitality, and community-building.
    • Demonstrated ability to lead, coach, and develop staff.
    • A self-starting personality that is demonstrated by enthusiasm, drive, motivational ability, and a passion for relationship building and fundraising.
    • Ability to understand the needs of Hodges University and its stakeholders, including the Board of Trustees, President's Cabinet, faculty, staff, students, alumni, community partners, and other important constituents.
    • Bilingual (English and Spanish) preferred.
    • Commitment to the mission of Hodges University.

    APPLY: For consideration, applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at  https://www.hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

  • Staff Opportunities

    Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is currently seeking a part-time administrative assistant to support the Office of the Dean Liberal Studies and the Dean of the Nichols School of Professional Studies. This position will perform a variety of clerical and administrative tasks and requires strong organizational skills, time-management skills, and proficiency in the use of computer programs including Microsoft Office. The ability to use critical thinking skills, communicate clearly and professionally both verbally and in writing, and demonstrate a high level of ownership, accountability and initiative is essential.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students.  Travel may be required between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).  Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: https://www.hodges.edu/consumer-information. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

    Applicants should submit their resume, letter of interest, and salary requirements to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is seeking part-time Technical Support Interns to be responsible for the Helpdesk operations and support for students, faculty, and staff, and all other third party users. Additionally, interns will be responsible for maintaining PC/AV equipment, printers and copiers, inventory, classroom technical support, AV support for events, cellphone support, and other various application support. 

    Candidates must be a Hodges student, and must have a flexible schedule as sometimes support requires coverage during evenings and weekends. Experience in technical support or a similar position is preferred, but not required.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. Applicants should submit their resume, letter of interest, and salary requirements to jobs@hodges.edu. Please limit submissions to no more than two attachments.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at  https://www.hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

  • Faculty Opportunities

    Applicants should submit their vitae to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The Nichols School of Professional Studies at Hodges University is seeing adjunct professors for the Applied Psychology Program. Applicants are expected to have earned a PhD or PsyD in Psychology and relevant teaching experience.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers). Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

    Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts via email at jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Health Sciences at Hodges University is seeking adjunct professors to teach introductory, general, or organic chemistry. Applicants are required to possess either a master’s degree or Ph.D. in chemistry, or a related field with at least 18 credits of graduate level chemistry, and teaching experience.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty are required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers). Science courses are 4 credit combined lecture-lab classes that are primarily offered in the evening.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and, in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year. 

    Applicants should submit their vitae to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Liberal Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for online communication classes. Applicants must have a terminal degree in communication and experience teaching online courses. The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students.  Applicants should submit their vitae to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year. 

    Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The Fisher School of Technology at Hodges University is seeking adjunct professors in computer technology/computer science. Experience with programming, web design, and database is strongly preferred as is relevant industry experience. A terminal degree is preferred and teaching experience is desired.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty are required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year. 

    Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The Fisher School of Technology at Hodges University is seeking adjunct professors in digital graphics and design. Experience with web design, multimedia and animation is strongly preferred as is relevant industry experience. Candidates should be familiar with both the Mac and PC platforms and with Adobe CS6/CC software. MFA degree is preferred and teaching experience is desired.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty are required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year. 

    Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The Johnson School of Business at Hodges University has an immediate opening a for Naples/Ft. Myers on-campus adjunct professor in the area of Economics. Applicants are required to possess either an earned terminal degree or a master’s degree with relevant professional designation in the field to be taught.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).  Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

    Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The Johnson School of Business at Hodges University has immediate openings for adjunct professors in the area of finance. Applicants are required to possess either an earned terminal degree or a master’s degree with relevant professional designation in the field to be taught.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers). 

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://www.hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year. 

    Applicants should submit their resume and letter of interest to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Liberal Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for its Government classes. Applicants must have the minimum of a master’s degree in Political Science or have a master’s degree and eighteen graduate hours in the discipline.  The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. Applicants should submit their resume and letter of interest to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

    Applicants should submit their vitae to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Liberal Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for humanities classes. Applicants must have the minimum of a master’s degree in philosophy or ethics or have a master’s degree and eighteen graduate hours in the discipline. The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year. 

    Applicants should submit their vitae to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Liberal Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for math classes.  Applicants must have the minimum of a master’s degree in the discipline or have a master’s degree and eighteen graduate hours in the discipline.  The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).  Applicants should submit their vitae to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

    Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Health Sciences is currently accepting applications for Adjunct Faculty of Nursing to teach classes on an as-needed basis in the nursing discipline at the Naples campus.  The Adjunct Nursing Faculty will participate in program development, evaluation, and revisions, student instruction in the assigned nursing course(s) and other matters as assigned in accordance with the mission, core values, and purposes of the university.

    The Adjunct Nursing Faculty must satisfy the following minimum qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in nursing minimal; Master’s degree in nursing or doctoral degree in nursing or related field preferred; and
    • Three years of full-time clinical experience in the area(s) of teaching responsibility; previous teaching experience preferred; and
    • Knowledge and skills related to teaching adults, teaching methodology, curriculum development, evaluation, and willingness to plan for acquisition of these skills no later than the first year of teaching; and
    • Current and unencumbered RN license in Florida; current healthcare provider CPR certification.

    The Adjunct Nursing Faculty must possess management and leadership skills, organizational and research skills, strong interpersonal and communication skills, and strong clinical and professional skills.  Hours and assignments may vary by semester as defined by the Director of Nursing Programs.  Faculty schedules for classroom/lab instruction may consist of day, evening, and/or weekend hours.  Clinical site assignments are based on clinical site availability; faculty clinical schedules must remain flexible.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer).  Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://www.hodges.edu/consumer-information/.  The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

    Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts via email to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Health Sciences at Hodges University is seeking an adjunct professor to teach general physics. Applicants are required to possess either a master’s degree or Ph.D. in physics, or a related field with at least 18 credits of graduate level physics, and teaching experience.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty are required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers). Science courses are 4 credit combined lecture-lab classes that are primarily offered in the evening.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and, in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

    Applicants should submit their vitae and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Health Sciences at Hodges University is seeking adjunct professors in allied health and biomedical sciences (pharmacology; anatomy and physiology; medical terminology; healthcare law and ethics; and human disease, diagnosis, and treatment). Applicants are required to possess either an earned terminal degree or a master’s degree with relevant professional designation in the field to be taught and teaching experience.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty are required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and, in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year. 

    Applicants should submit their vitae to jobs@hodges.edu, in Adobe or Word format only.

    The School of Liberal Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking an adjunct instructor for Spanish. Applicants must have the minimum of a master’s degree in Spanish or have a master’s degree and eighteen graduate hours in the discipline. The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year. 

    Applicants should submit their vitae to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Liberal Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for statistics.  Applicants must have the minimum of a master’s degree in the discipline or have a master’s degree and eighteen graduate hours in the discipline.  The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).  Applicants should submit their vitae to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

    Applicants should submit their resume/cv to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is currently seeking tutors for accounting.  Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree and have earned an A or B in in the course to be tutored or in a higher level course for which services are provided.  The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students.   The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and tutors may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers). Applicants should submit their resume/cv to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://www.hodges.edu/consumer-information/.  The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

     Applicants should submit their resume/cv to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is currently seeking tutors for biology.  Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree and have earned an A or B in in the course to be tutored or in a higher level course for which services are provided.  The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students.   The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and tutors may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers). Applicants should submit their resume/cv to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://www.hodges.edu/consumer-information/.  The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

    Applicants should submit their resume/cv to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is currently seeking tutors for chemistry.  Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree and have earned an A or B in in the course to be tutored or in a higher level course for which services are provided.  The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students.   The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and tutors may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers). Applicants should submit their resume/cv to jobs@hodges.edu.

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://www.hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.

    Applicants should submit their vitae to  jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Liberal Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking tutors for English. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree and have earned an A or B in in the course to be tutored or in a higher level course for which services are provided. The successful applicant must demonstrate knowledge and competence in the subject matter, have good communication skills, and work comfortably with people of diverse backgrounds.

    Hodges University is a private, nonprofit, SACS accredited university located in southwest Florida that primarily serves adult students. The academic year is divided into three equal trimesters (fall, winter, summer) and faculty may be required to travel between the University’s two main campuses (Naples and Fort Myers).

    Hodges University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or any other protected characteristics under the law in its hiring practices. All offers of employment are conditioned on the successful completion of a background check and in some cases, a drug test.

    Hodges Annual Security Report (Clery Act Information and Policy) and Crime Stats can be found at: http://hodges.edu/consumer-information/. The security report describes Hodges Annual Security Plan and the Crime Stats report lists the number and types of crimes committed on or near campus each year.  

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