Current Open Positions
Job #: 1360
The pharmaceutical science faculty member (e.g. Assistant or Associate) will be responsible for the planning and implementation of assigned coursework within the School of Pharmacy. The University values primacy in teaching with an increasing focus on research.
Job #: 1355
The staff/audiologist/clinic operations manager for the School of Audiology is responsible for the overall management and operation of the Pacific EarClinic, the school’s on-site audiology clinic. The staff audiologist/clinic operations manager works closely with the director of the School of Audiology and the school’s clinical education team to ensure that the Pacific EarClinic is successfully developed so that it can meet the school’s commitment to academic and clinical education of the doctoral audiology students while delivering exemplary audiologic care in a thriving community audiology clinic. This is a year-round administrative appointment.
Job #: 1318
Pacific University (Oregon) invites applications for a tenure-track position in Philosophy, beginning August 2016. AOS: Philosophy of Science, AOC: Philosophy of Mind. Special consideration will be given to candidates who do Philosophy of Race.
Job #: 1352
Pacific University, Oregon invites applications for a full-time, one-year (with possibility of renewal) Visiting Assistant Professor in the undergraduate sociology program beginning in the Fall 2016. The teaching load is 6 courses per year, which will include at least two sections of Social Statistics (SOC 301), one section of Survey Research (SOC 302), and other topics courses in the candidate's areas of expertise.
Job #: 1350
Pacific University invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor of Social Work starting in Fall 2016. This is a nine month full-time, tenure track academic position in our MSW program, on our Eugene, Oregon campus. Candidates must have a MSW degree from a CSWE accredited university and a PhD in social work, social welfare or closely related field. A minimum of three years post-MSW social work practice experience is required.
Job #: 1352
Pacific University, Oregon invites applications for a full-time, one-year (with possibility of renewal) Visiting Assistant Professor in the undergraduate sociology program beginning in the Fall 2016
Job #: 1353
Responsible for supervising the clinic office staff at the Hillsboro and Virginia Garcia centers and providing computer support to all on-line centers.
Job #: 1351
The scope of this position includes the management and implementation of mail, email and phone solicitations to acquire annual gifts from alumni, parents and friends. The objective is to support Annual Giving’s efforts in meeting and exceeding yearly goals.
Job #: 1349
Working with the Senior Writer/Editor and the Associate Vice President of Marketing and Communications, the Manager of Multimedia is responsible for strengthening the University brand through the management and development of multimedia assets for the University. Responsible for the development of the multimedia visual identity that is reflective of the Pacific University brand. This includes capturing our stories through the creation of images and video for a variety of media channels that communicate in an engaging, consistent and dynamic way. identifies opportunities to leverage multimedia assets with a multi-platform approach that includes communicating with an internal audience, media relations, website, social media, print and online publications. Identifies and oversees opportunities to leverage media assets working collaboratively with colleagues in the Office of Marketing and Communications and the larger University community. Develops story concepts and directs, shoots and edits photos and videos for these purposes in collaboration with the Senior Writer/Editor and Associate Vice President of Marketing and Communications. Manages students and freelancers.
Job #: 1348
The Advancement Systems Coordinator uses the Raiser’s Edge fundraising system to produce high quality, accurate reports, mailing lists and data files for the University Advancement office and other university departments. S/he completes regular system, data integration and integrity projects, serves as project manager for Blackbaud NetCommunity and provides training and assistance to the constituents we serve.
Job #: 1333
Pacific University (Oregon) invites applications for a tenure-track position in English, with expertise in British Medieval and Renaissance Literature, at the rank of assistant professor, beginning August 2016. The successful candidate will teach Medieval Literature, Chaucer, Shakespeare, and also help to staff expository writing and First Year Seminar, a required first-year course. The standard teaching load is five courses per year, with capstone supervision, advising, and committee service. Subfields in creative writing (fiction, creative nonfiction, play writing) or theater are a bonus. The department is interested in candidates who can provide leadership and vision to grow the literature major while collaborating with current faculty to develop initiatives and programs. Nestled in the valley at the base of the coastal range and Mount Hood, the university is only a half hour to the Portland metro center.
Job #: 1341
The Pacific Psychology and Comprehensive Health (PCH) Clinics at the School of Professional Psychology (SPP) at Pacific University are seeking applicants for a Psychologist Resident (postdoc) in downtown Portland, to start immediately.
Job #: 1344
Schedule: August 15 to June 15: Monday to Friday, 8:00AM to 5:00PM (1 hour lunch).
June 15 to July 15: Monday to Wednesday, 8:00AM to 5:00PM (1 hour lunch).
July 15 to August 15: Off.
(Summer schedule is negotiable)
Job #: 1343
This position processes reimbursements, ensures timely payments of vendor invoices and reconciling vendor statements. Responsible for processing, maintaining and reconciling Accounts Payable advances. Assist with monthly auditing of corporate credit cards.
Job #: 1338
The role of the Director of Academic Education is to coordinate all courses during all phases of the curriculum, coordinate the tutoring program, teach in the clinical medicine modules and non-clinical medicine courses, advise/evaluate students and represent the school to the medical and university community.
Job #: 1330
The Assistant Professor in Healthcare Management faculty position in the School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership at Pacific University Oregon is a 1.0 FTE, extended-term track appointment. The teaching load is approximately two to three courses per semester, including the summer semester. This position will be based in the School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership (HAL) in the College of Health Professions (CHP) and will include teaching graduate students in the Master of Health Administration (MHA) program, and the Healthcare Compliance Graduate Certificate program, but most of the teaching load with be assigned in the school’s Bachelor of Health Science (BHS) degree-completion program.
Job #: 1335
Assists in the planning and execution of the recruiting, application, admitting, and matriculation processes for Pacific’s Graduate and Professional Programs, with a focus on the School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership.
Job #: 1328
Responsibilities include configuration and deployment of Windows servers, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft SQL, security and performance monitoring, and capacity planning. This position requires the ability to lead IT initiatives involving enterprise level upgrades and enhancements within the university. Responsible for systems designs, changes, programs, and testing procedures of assigned systems. Establishes and maintains documentation and procedures.
Job #: 1291
The Director of the School of Physical Therapy is the chief academic officer for the School of Physical Therapy, which houses the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) and Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) programs. The Director reports to the Vice Provost and Executive Dean of the College of Health Professions, is a member of the College of Health Professions Deans and Directors Council, and serves on university committees. The Director provides leadership and administration for the School, supports the mission, promotes a positive and respectful environment for students, faculty and staff, and represents the School in the college, the university, the community, and the profession. The Director is responsible for providing guidance in the development of long-range programmatic planning, goals, and objectives.
Job #: 1334
Assists in the planning and execution of the recruiting, application, admitting, and matriculation processes for Pacific’s Eugene Campus, with a focus on the College of Education and Master of Social Work programs.
Job #: 1323
Responsible for coordinating and developing Pacific Advantage Scholars and Pathways Programs.
Job #: 1325
Under supervision of the Manager of Custodial Services and Lead Custodians, the Custodian is responsible for performing basic cleaning and sanitation of campus facilities.
Job #: 1312
A pharmacy practice faculty member (e.g. Assistant or Associate) is responsible for the planning and implementation of assigned coursework within the School of Pharmacy. The faculty member reports to the Assistant Dean for Pharmacy Practice and is involved in the development, implementation, and maintenance of a pharmacy practice site to facilitate experiential training for PharmD candidates. The faculty member will also be actively engaged in the scholarship and service mission of Pacific University. The position may be tenure or extended-term track. Applicants with experiences in inpatient acute/internal medicine, and/or specialties in oncology and psychiatry are preferred. Other practice area specialties will be considered as well, according to our curricular needs and the applicant’s overall fit with the program.
Job #: 1311
Job #: 1295
The Director of the Pacific University Office of Scholarship and Sponsored Projects (OSSP) is executive administrative officer responsible for overseeing the daily activities of the OSSP. These activities are focused in four major areas: Research Regulatory Compliance and Committees, Grants and Contracts, Faculty Development in Research and Scholarly Activities, and Student Research and Scholarly Project Support. The Director reports to the Vice Provost for Research, and serves as an ex officio member of the university committees related to research and scholarship. The Director provides leadership for the development and administration of externally funded grants and contracts and related research functions for Pacific University faculty and students; plans, develops, implements and evaluates the sponsored scholarship program; supervises OSSP staff; disseminates information on external grants and awards, advises faculty members and students in preparation and submission of external proposals; ensures compliance with both university and agency policies, tracks sponsored projects applications and results and devises training for faculty and students in proposal development and planning. The Director interacts on a regular basis with faculty and students from all five colleges at Pacific University, and with both undergraduate and graduate students. In addition, the Director will interact regularly with staff from Finance and Administration and University Advancement.
Job #: 1294
Providing student and program academic and clinical support services with emphasis in the scheduling areas, to support the mission of the College to produce competent practitioners trained in diverse education. This is a 32 hour/week position.
Job #: 1306
The Assistant Director of Outdoor Pursuits primary purpose is to develop student leaders that serve our community through the facilitation of meaningful, fun and challenging outdoor adventures that transform participants’ lives. This purpose is accomplished by mentoring students, running training trips, giving significant feedback, holding students accountable, teaching a two credit Introduction to Outdoor Leadership class within the Outdoor Leadership Minor, and supporting student staff as they develop into full functioning outdoor instructors.
Job #: 1284
A pharmacy practice faculty member (e.g. Assistant or Associate) is responsible for the planning and implementation of assigned coursework within the School of Pharmacy. The faculty member reports to the Assistant Dean for Pharmacy Practice and is involved in the development, implementation, and maintenance of a pharmacy practice site to facilitate experiential training for PharmD candidates. The faculty member will also be actively engaged in the scholarship and service mission of Pacific University. The position may be tenure or extended-term track. Applicants with specialties in inpatient acute care and/or oncology are preferred. However, other practice area specialties will be considered as well.
Job #: 1274
The Assistant Professor of Healthcare Management faculty position for the Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) Program at Pacific University Oregon is an 11-month, extended-term track appointment. The teaching load is approximately two to three courses per semester, including the summer semester, and frequently involves team teaching. The MHA Program offers a blended curriculum designed for working professionals, so all courses include an online component and an in-class component with classes held Friday evenings and all day on Saturdays, every other weekend.
Job #: 1247
The School of Professional Psychology (SPP) in the College of Health Professions at Pacific University Oregon is seeking applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, beginning Fall 2015.
Job #: 1223
Pacific University, Oregon, invites applications for a full-time, one-year (with possibility of renewal) Visiting Assistant Professor in a new interdisciplinary, undergraduate Criminal Justice, Law and Society program beginning in the Fall 2016. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in sociology or related field by time of appointment. The teaching load is 5 courses per year, which will include Introduction to Law and Society (CJLS 101), Social Statistics (SOC 301) Criminal Justice (CJLS 200), and other courses in the candidate's areas of expertise. The position includes a course release for program development. Pacific is a teaching-oriented, private, liberal arts college, located 25 miles west of Portland, Oregon.
Job #: 1200