Continuing Non-Tenure Track Chemistry Instructor
CHEMISTRY INSTRUCTOR. WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY, a selective Liberal Arts college in the Pacific Northwest, invites applications for a continuing non tenure-track Chemistry Instructor position to begin August 2015. A Ph.D. in chemistry is required. The successful candidate will demonstrate excellence in teaching undergraduate students in introductory chemistry, a non-science majors course and, potentially, organic chemistry. The candidate will also direct the introductory laboratory sequence, which includes supervising laboratory preparation, coordinating lab curriculum development, and leading a team of laboratory instructors, student teaching assistants, and laboratory preparation personnel. Contributing to an innovative chemistry curriculum in an inclusive environment and participating in academic advising is expected. The successful candidate will be joining an ACS-approved Chemistry Department (www.willamette.edu/cla/chem) whose faculty members are committed to high quality, collaborative teaching and scholarship. Willamette University and its Chemistry faculty strive to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty, staff, and student body. We seek candidates, particularly those from historically under-represented groups, whose work furthers diversity and who bring to campus varied experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds. Along with the other materials in the application, please include a statement of teaching philosophy that explicitly addresses challenges in and strategies for creating an inclusive learning environment. Please apply at https://jobs.willamette.edu. Consideration of completed applications will begin January 12, 2015.
Ph.D. in Chemistry is required. ABD will be considered, must have Ph.D. by the time position starts in August 2015.
The successful candidate will demonstrate potential for excellence in teaching and will have expertise in a wide variety of chemical instrumentation.
Thank you for considering an academic position within Willamette University (WU). Please note that you will need to create an account in order to apply, if this is your first time applying online with WU.
The following materials will need to be uploaded as part of your online application to Dr. Karen Holman:
• application letter stating your reasons for applying to Willamette University
• curriculum vitae
• unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts, please upload as one file
• statement of teaching philosophy including methods of creating an inclusive classroom
• three (3) letters of recommendation*
*As part of the online application, please provide contact information for three references and notify them that they will be contacted electronically. The email from Human Resources will include a link where they will be able to submit a letter of recommendation/reference on your behalf. Please note letters will only be accessible to the search committee.
Application Deadline: Open until finalist are selected; consideration of completed applications will begin January 12, 2015.
If you need assistance applying for this position, please contact Human Resources, email@example.com or 503.370.6210.
Please note the maximum size of a document is 9MB. If your Outline of Teaching Philosophy file is larger than 9MB you may use the optional document section.