The Department of Physics and Astronomy at West Virginia University invites applications to fill a non-tenure-track position at the visiting assistant professor level. The successful candidate will teach several sections of introductory physics and/or descriptive astronomy each semester. Opportunities to teach upper division undergraduate physics courses may also be available. The appointment will begin August 16, 2019 and continue through May 15, 2020, with additional summer teaching support possible. Minimum qualifications are a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in physics or a closely related field and a demonstrated ability to teach at the introductory physics level.
To apply, please visit https://careers.wvu.edu/ and navigate to the position title listed above. Upload a single PDF file containing a complete curriculum vita including a list of publications, description of relevant teaching experience, and contact information for three references. Applications received by April 1, 2019 will be given full consideration. Direct questions to Earl.Scime@mail.wvu.edu.
WVU is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals, including minorities, females, individuals with disabilities, and veterans.
Internal Number: Job Number: 10753
About WVU Dept. of Physics & Astronomy
The Department of Physics and Astronomy at West Virginia University is dedicated to the study of the physical world and the processes that govern it. Our faculty train students in a wide-range of fundamental areas of classical and modern physics through a structured program of courses, individual and group research activities, department activities and advanced electives.
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