Submitted: 23 April 2018
Department: Anthropology and Musuem Studies
Institution: Central Washington University
Job type: Full time
Apply by: 1 September 2018
Application URL: https://careers.cwu.edu

Full-Time Lecturer (prorated 41/45 workload) – 1 YR APPT (2018-2019) – Biological Anthropology

The Department of Anthropology and Museum Studies in the College of the Sciences at Central Washington University (CWU) invites applications for a non-tenure track, full-time lecturer with benefits in Biological Anthropology for the 2018-2019 academic year. We seek a colleague with research and teaching experience in anthropological approaches to human biology and expertise in molecular anthropology.

We are particularly interested in candidates who (1) have demonstrated excellence in teaching; (2) are theoretically engaged; and (3) will help further collaboration in one or more of the programs associated with the department (Forensics, American Indian Studies, Cultural and Environmental Resource Management, Primate Behavior and Ecology, and Museum Studies).

The successful candidate will teach sections of Bones, Apes, and Genes: Exploring Biological Anthropology, Human Variation, and History and Theory of Molecular Anthropology. CWU is on the quarter system with 2018-2019 faculty appointments from mid-September through mid-June.

A Ph.D. in Anthropology is required, and should be in hand by July 15, 2018.

To apply for this position, you must complete the on-line application process for the Anthropology Lecturer Pool at https://careers.cwu.edu (Job ID 2104), and attach the following:

1) Letter of application demonstrating how your education and experience meet the requested expertise, qualifications, and teaching expectations;

Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. in Anthropology by July 15, 2018. Research and teaching experience in anthropological approaches to human biology. Expertise in molecular anthropology. Ability to teach classes at all levels of the curriculum. Courses to be covered include Bones, Apes, and Genes: Exploring Biological Anthropology, Human Variation, and History and Theory of Molecular Anthropology.

Preferred Qualifications: Demonstrated excellence in teaching. Theoretically engaged. Ability to further collaborations in one or more of the programs associated with the department (Forensics, American Indian Studies, Primate Behavior & Ecology, Museum Studies, and Cultural and Environmental Resource Management.

2) Curriculum Vitae, including a listing of all courses taught;

3) Contact information for three references; and

4) Teaching evaluations for your most recent three years of teaching.

Screening will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Contact Information Name: Nicole Jastremski Title: Assistant Professor and Director of the Forensics Certificate Email: [email protected] Phone: 509.963.2215

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