The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Franklin & Marshall College invites applications for a one-year visiting position, beginning Fall Semester 2018. The rank will be Visiting Assistant Professor or Visiting Instructor, depending on qualifications. Applicants should possess or be close to completing a doctorate. Teaching experience is required. Teaching load is 3/2 and may include both physics and astronomy courses (depending on the candidate's expertise and the needs of the department). Candidates should submit the following items through Interfolio (http://apply.interfolio.com/49522): a cover letter, curriculum vitae, graduate transcript(s), teaching statement, and teaching evaluations. Applicants must arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted directly to Interfolio by their recommenders. The deadline for applications is April 15, 2018.
Pursuant to cultivating an inclusive college community, the search committee will holistically assess the qualifications of each applicant. We will consider an individual’s record working with students and colleagues with diverse perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds. We will also consider experience overcoming or helping others overcome barriers to academic success.
Franklin & Marshall College is committed to having an inclusive campus community where all members are treated with dignity and respect. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, the College does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices on the basis of gender, race or ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, family or marital status, or sexual orientation, or any protected characteristic. Individuals who need an accommodation due to a disability in order to submit an application or attend an employment interview should contact Human Resources at 717-358-3995.
About Franklin and Marshall College
Franklin and Marshall College is a liberal arts college located in Lancaster, PA.
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