Adjunct Professor: Aviation

Hesston College and the School of Aviation seek to build a cadre of adjunct Aviation Professors to provide substantive, engaging in-class and online instruction for students enrolled in both its Bachelor of Science and Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences aviation degree programs. The scope of courses to be taught is consistent with aeronautical knowledge requirements for airman certification per Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Parts 61, and 141, as well as academic course material specific to institutions of higher education, as stipulated in the amended FAA Advisory Circular (AC) 61.139.
Candidates interested in an adjunct faculty position must possess a master’s degree in aviation/aeronautics, or related field, with recent aviation industry experience. Qualified candidates must also possess an FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate – Airplane Single and Multiengine Land, an FAA Instrument Rating – Airplane and an FAA Certificated Flight Instructor certificate with Airplane Single and Multiengine and Instrument Airplane ratings. Demonstrated teaching competencies at the collegiate level or equivalent and a commitment to student-centered instruction are required for consideration. Candidate must demonstrate a commitment to uphold the vision, mission and values statement established by the School of Aviation. Christian higher education and the mission and values of Hesston College. Review of applications begins July 15, 2023 and continues until filled. To apply, send letter of interest, application, curriculum vitae and copies of transcripts to EOE