Adjunct Instructor of Sustainable Agriculture

Posted: 07/02/2014

Toccoa Falls College seeks applicants for an adjunct instructor of sustainable agriculture and community development to begin in 9/2014. Rank and salary depend on qualifications, which include an earned graduate degree (MA. or Ph.D.) with 18 hours of graduate work related to sustainable agriculture, a positive work/teaching record, a passion to mentor students, and an ability to communicate effectively.

Responsibilities include teaching a 2 hour Sustainable Community Development class, coordinating course needs with the farm operations manager, building relationships with students enrolled in the Sustainable Community Development major, and supervising class projects and field trips. Previous teaching experience is expected. Candidates must be committed believers devoted to the Christ-centered higher educational mission of the College.

Send inquiries, credentials and supporting materials to Dr. Jon Penland, Dean of the School of Christian Ministries, P.O. Box 800997 Toccoa Falls, GA, 30598, or via email at All materials remain confidential. Members of minority groups are encouraged to apply. Pre-application procedure is available at

Toccoa Falls College is a four-year Christian college affiliated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance, holding to a strong evangelical position, and is a full member in the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU). It is located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, 95 miles north of Atlanta, Georgia.



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