I'm having difficulty isolating tenure track positions in applied mathematics at institutions with more emphasis on teaching than research. I've heard that 'liberal arts colleges' and 'four-year colleges' are the way to go, but it seems difficult to find ones with openings for applied mathematics professors.
I tried mathjobs.org, but there seem to be an overwhelming bias toward research-oriented institutions and I can't seem to isolate the ones with less research focus. How do I find applied math tenure track positions at four-year / liberal arts colleges with little to no focus on research? Do they even exist? Or these institutions prefer pure / unspecific mathematicians for general classes?
For the record: I'm starting a job search for fall 2015.