Employment Opportunities | Hodges University
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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

    INSTITUTION DESCRIPTION: Founded in 1990 as International College, Hodges University is a private, nonprofit university located in southwest Florida. The institution was renamed Hodges University in May 2007 to honor the support of local benefactors Earl and Thelma Hodges.

    Hodges University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to offer associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees through the Johnson School of Business, the School of Allied Health, the Nichols School of Professional Studies, the Fisher School of Technology, and the School of Liberal Studies. In addition to its academic offerings, the university hosts continuing education programs through the Francis Pew Hays Center for Lifelong Learning, the Center for Nonprofit Excellence, the Hispanic Institute, and the Identity Fraud Institute. Hodges University is well known for its English as a Second Language program and is one of only 10 colleges and universities designated as Hispanic Serving Institutions within the state of Florida.

    Approximately 2,000 students are enrolled at Hodges University across its two campuses and online. The university is ethnically, economically, and age diverse, and more than 60 percent of students are women. More than 10 percent of students enrolled in Hodges degree programs are veterans.

    OVERVIEW: The Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) is responsible for directing an effective and cohesive unit that includes the Office of Finance, the Office of Student Financial Aid and the Office of Human Resources. This senior administrator ensures a coordinated approach to the finance and compliance activities while supporting the university’s top strategic priorities. The CCO reports to the Executive Vice President of Administrative Operations.

    RESPONSIBILITIES of the CCO:

    • To maintain appropriate levels and types of insurance for all University assets and areas of liability or potential risk.
    • To oversee the production of monthly financial statements and financial reports as required for the efficient operation of the University.
    • To assist with the preparation of the annual budget.
    • To oversee the University’s investments to ensure compliance with University Investment Policies.
    • To minimize litigation risk and ensure proper recording and reporting of all wages and benefits and the proper reporting and payment of all payroll taxes.
    • To establish and maintain a system of internal controls that will at a minimum meet the requirements under Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS) and protect University assets.
    • To oversee the completion of the annual financial audit, the 403(b) audit, the 401(a) audit, the workman’s compensation audit and the A-133 financial aid audit.
    • To oversee the proper packaging, awarding, and disbursement of all financial aid funds and to process all requests for reimbursement through the Department of Education’s G-5 website.
    • To ensure the proper recording and billing of student tuition and fees.
    • Carry out other duties as assigned by the Executive Vice President of Administrative Operations.

    QUALIFICATIONS of ideal candidates:

    • A post-baccalaureate degree in accounting; a master’s degree is strongly preferred.
    • At least five (5) years of accounting experience, at least three (3) of which were in public accounting.
    • A CPA certificate is required.
    • Significant nonprofit experience, preferably in higher education. Preference will be given to candidates possessing experience in human resources and financial aid.
    • Significant technical expertise including implementations of financial and other software packages.
    • At least three (3) years of experience in a senior, supervisory role.

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

    • Strategic planning skills and competencies in accounting, financial planning, budget oversight, risk management, as well as personnel management.
    • Knowledge of best practices in accounting and corporate finance and the ability to apply them in innovative ways.
    • Experience with grant compliance.
    • Experience with human resources functions including payroll production, payroll tax compliance, ACA compliance, employee benefits, etc.
    • Experience with federal and state student financial aid programs including Board of Education and Department of Education compliance.
    • Experience preparing an institution-level budget.
    • Knowledge of best practices of financial management and investments including endowment compliance.
    • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work strategically and collaboratively as a member of Hodges’ leadership team.
    • Demonstrated commitment to the values of inclusivity, hospitality, and community.
    • 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.
    • 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: 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.

  • Staff Opportunities

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

    Hodges University is seeking applications for a full-time Admissions Coordinator. Applications will be placed in a pool for consideration as positions become available.  Candidates must be flexible to work at either the Naples or Fort Myers campus.  The successful applicant will have demonstrated success working independently as well as part of a team, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong organizational skills, and place a high premium on customer service.

    Qualifying candidates must have the following:

    • A bachelor’s degree is preferred – relevant experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.
    • A minimum of 2 years direct experience as an online or campus admissions coordinator in higher education.
    • A track record of success in the admissions and enrollment field.
    • Proficiency in the use of computer programs including Microsoft Office. Experience with Datatel preferred. 

    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. Please include a minimum of two professional references. Local Southwest Florida candidates only.

    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, in Adobe or MS Word format only.

    The Johnson School of Business at Hodges University has immediate openings for adjunct professors in the area of accounting. 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://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 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 Allied Health 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 to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Liberal Studies at Hodges University is currently seeking adjunct instructors for English and 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).
     
    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 and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Allied Health 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 Allied Health 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 Allied Health 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 vitae and transcripts to jobs@hodges.edu.

    The School of Allied Health at Hodges University is seeking a full time professor to teach biology.  Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Biology with a minimum of 18 graduate credit hours in biology. The applicant should be qualified and willing to teach microbiology, general biology I, general biology II, and upper-level biology courses (cellular biology, developmental biology, ecology, or genetics), along with associated labs. The individual must have a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching with experience in adult education and an ability to integrate the latest educational technologies in the classroom. Faculty are expected to play a significant role in program assessment and curriculum development. Courses are primarily offered in the evening, on both the Naples and Fort Myers campus, and the majority of the student population is made up of adult students who work full time. The normal teaching load is 4 courses each trimester.

     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: 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/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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