Lecturer Position in Physics College of Sciences and Mathematics Auburn University
The Physics Department at Auburn University is seeking a highly qualified individual for a Lecturer position. This is a nine-month, non-tenure track position, renewable on a yearly basis. The expected salary range is between $46,000 and $50,000 for the nine month appointment. The successful candidate will be expected to: (1) teach introductory and upper-level undergraduate courses in physics and astronomy, (2) interact with other faculty and staff to contribute to current and future innovative pedagogical efforts in undergraduate teaching, and (3) supervise graduate teaching assistants. Experience in physics education research (PER), lecture demonstration activities, and teaching large lecture classes is desirable. Applicants must possess a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in Physics or a related field. Applicants to the position in the Department of Physics must apply online at: http://aufacultypositions.peopleadmin.com/postings/2624. Candidates need to include in their application a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and the names and contact information for three professional references. More information on these positions can be found at: http://www.physics.auburn.edu. Review of applications will begin 15 February 2018 and will continue until the position is filled. The desired starting date is 16 August 2018. The candidate selected for this position must be able to meet eligibility requirements to work in the United States at the time the appointment is scheduled to begin and continue working legally for the proposed term of employment. Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills are required. Auburn University is an EEO/Vet/Disability Employer.
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