Ph.D. or Masters in the Biological Sciences with preferred expertise in Genetics and/or Molecular Biology. Undergraduate teaching experience in Biology.
Successful candidates are individuals with expertise in Genetics and/or Molecular Biology. Candidates should be laboratory-oriented and student-focused, and have demonstrated excellent teaching skills at the college level. Experience in teaching Introductory Biology courses and Genetics/Molecular Biology courses using modern pedagogical approaches is desired. The selected candidate will be expected to contribute to a team-centered Biology Department. Experience in a Biotechnology-related research setting is a plus. Interest in promoting student success, inclusive teaching practices, and STEM outreach is preferred.
Successful candidates will teach General Biology I lectures and/or laboratories, Genetics lectures and/or laboratories, and Molecular Biology lectures and/or laboratories. Teaching other molecular biology or biotechnology-oriented courses as needed. Successful candidates will also support departmental and institutional initiatives geared at enhancing student academic success.
Review of applications will begin 11/1/19. All applications must include a letter of application, curriculum vitae and statement of teaching philosophy that address the above minimum and desired/preferred qualifications, copies of all transcripts that include relevant course work, and contact information for three references. All applicants must apply through our online application process.