Lecturer in Biology
McDaniel College invites applications for a full-time Lecturer position in the Department of Biology, to begin Fall 2021.
Duties: To teach four courses each semester, primarily Introductory Biology lectures and lab (each lab section counts as one full course), with the possibility of developing an upper level biology elective(s) in the candidate’s specialized biology sub-field of expertise. In addition, the candidate will be advising biology majors with respect to course selection and course registration.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in biological sciences required, ABD or Ph.D. preferred. A strong candidate for this position will have demonstrated commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching, and be an organized, collaborative colleague that works to coordinate with the existing Introductory Biology team.
Application Instructions: Upload a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and a statement of teaching philosophy which includes philosophy of teaching a diverse student body to https://www.mcdaniel.edu/employment. Letters of reference are encouraged but not necessary at time of application; all applications with or without letters of reference will be reviewed. If a candidate is short-listed for phone interviews, 3 letters of reference will then be solicited for all such candidates. To submit letters of reference at time of application, please arrange for 1 to 3 letters to be sent to Provost@McDaniel.edu by the recommenders. Applications completed by January 31, 2021 will be guaranteed to be reviewed; review of application will continue until position is filled.
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