The College invites applications for a full-time, one year position at the Instructor level in Physics beginning September 1, 2019. This position may be renewed for a second year upon satisfactory performance. The successful candidate will teach courses and labs in the Physics Department as well as courses in the Core (general education) curriculum. This position will also have responsibility for activities and programming for the shared physics, engineering and robotics makerspace.
Qualifications: Master's degree in Physics and prior successful Physics teaching experience
Desired Qualifications: Prior successful teaching experience at the college level.
Candidates must be committed to excellence in teaching and scholarship in a small liberal arts college environment. They should also be proficient in the use of technology in teaching.
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