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College of The Bahamas - Faculty Vacancies

Established in 1974, The College of The Bahamas is the national higher education institution of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas. With an enrolment of almost 5000 students, The College offers an MBA, bachelor degrees and some associate degrees. The College enjoys extensive links with tertiary institutions throughout the Caribbean and North America and its credits are accepted by more than 200 colleges and universities in those regions and in Great Britain. With a view to attaining university status, the College has embarked aggressively upon a major expansion of its programme offerings, research activities and physical facilities and is incorporating e-learning methodologies into its repertoire of strategies for delivering instruction.

Faculty responsibilities include teaching; participating in curriculum review, revision and design; participating in departmental projects; student recruitment and advisement; contributing to the development of teaching materials; engaging in a research project with the potential for scholarly publication; and serving on departmental and college-wide committees.

Salary Scale For Assistant Professors

Master's Degree: $39,460 - $ 61,960 Doctorate Degree: $42,160 - $ 69,160

The College of the Bahamas invites applications for the following full-time faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor to teach effective August 2012.

>  Libraries and Instructional Media Services
>  School of Business
>  School of Chemistry Environmental & Life Sciences
>  School of Communication & Creative Arts
>  School of Education
>  School of English Studies
>  School of Mathematics Physics & Technology
>  School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions
>  School of Social Sciences
>  UWI - LLB Programme

Bahamian nationals who may be interested in returning to The Bahamas and offering their expertise to the College are particularly encouraged to apply.

Please visit for detailed information on the vacancies and the application process. Applications must be received by the College by 31st December 2011.