Undergraduate & Graduate
All full-time faculty positions will be filled following a published search. Ordinarily, searches will be advertised in the Chronicle of Higher Education, the New York Times, Black Issues in Higher Education, and the Hispanic Outlook and in selected professional journals or other publications when deemed appropriate by the Dean. All candidates will be required to submit a statement of their teaching philosophy as part of their application.
Requests for permission to make new appointments to the full-time faculty will submitted to the Provost for approval. Such requests will be made by the dean or, by departmental chairpersons through the Dean.
Upon receiving approval from the Provost, the Dean, in consultation with the department chair, will prepare an ad for the position. All ads will be submitted through the Advancement Office and will be standardized as to format.
A departmental search committee consisting of the department chair and three tenured members of the full-time faculty of the department will review all applications for full-time faculty positions. If a department does not have three tenured full-time members in addition to the chair, the dean may appoint tenured colleagues from related departments to serve on the search committee. The search committee will be charged with reviewing the applications of all candidates, interviewing up to five, and submitting to the dean the names of at least three finalists for each open position. The committee will provide a ranking of the finalists and written rationale for the ranking. The search committee must receive permission from the dean to incur any travel-related reimbursement expenses for candidates brought in from a distance. The dean will interview all three finalists and will be responsible for making the final appointment. Negotiations for salary and terms of appointment will be the responsibility of the dean in conjunction with the Provost.
As part of the interview process, all candidates will be questioned as to their understanding and acceptance of Iona College’s Mission Statement. All finalists for positions on the Iona College faculty are required to present a lecture to the department faculty and students or to teach a selected class session as part of the interview process.
The dean will make the final recommendation to the Provost who may elect to interview the finalist. The final decision for all faculty hires resides with the President, through his designee, the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs.
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