“The key to all of our success is the quality of our faculty and staff.”
- John T. South III, Chancellor, South University
As a member of our faculty, you’ll play a significant role in our students’ lives while pursuing your professional goals. We’ll put your experience to work so that you can deliver the best education experience possible to our students. You’ll work within a professional, supportive environment with people who share your passion for teaching. In addition, you’ll support our mission of providing educational opportunities for the intellectual, social, and professional development of a diverse student population. To explore job opportunities at any of the South University locations, visit South University Jobs.
All positions allow individuals to work through online communication from their present location. Candidates must possess a master's degree and have previous teaching experience. For program-specific courses, some industry experience is preferred.
Previous online teaching experience is desirable, but not essential. All faculty must supply their own computer equipment (specifications to be provided) and Internet access. All faculty must be willing to complete an online faculty development course and orientation prior to teaching.
To apply for an online faculty position, please complete the following steps.
Step 2: Proceed to the faculty application.
South University is an equal employment opportunity employer. Consistent with applicable law, South University provides access and opportunities to those with disabilities. This commitment includes providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities who seek to access the University's online application system. Applicants with disabilities may contact us by email atERSouthern@edmc.edu or by phone at 1.855.680.3887 for assistance accessing the online application system. This email alias is not for general submissions of application materials. We take issues surrounding your health and safety very seriously. Information about our school security policies, crime statistics, crime logs, fire safety policies, fire statistics, and our fire log can be found in our annual Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Crime and Security Act Report. Paper copies of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Crime and Security Act Report are available on campus or by calling the campus of interest. Additional safety information regarding our drug and alcohol prevention program can be found in our Drug Free Schools and Workplace Policy. To view these policies and obtain individual campus contact information, please select a campus from the list below.