The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications for a full-time Lecturer position on an 8 month basis with an anticipated start date of January 1, 2016, pending budgetary approval. This position is outside of the tenure stream and subject to annual review. Applicants must have an MS or PHD in biology. Responsibilities will include teaching microbiology lab courses and coordinating with other faculty members teaching related courses.
Department: 13226-Biological Sciences
Application Process: Applicants can apply online at: https://facultysearch.as.pitt.edu/apply/index/MTE2. Candidates should submit a letter of application, CV, and teaching portfolio (teaching statement, teaching material, evaluations, etc.) and at least three letters of reference by October 8, 2015. For each reference, you will have the opportunity to input a personal email address or an email address generated through Interfolio's Online Application Delivery. In both cases, an email notification will be sent to the designated address with instructions about uploading the letters to our system. The appointment requires administrative approval. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. Women and members of minority groups under-represented in academia are especially encouraged to apply. Further information about the Department of Biological Sciences is available at: http://www.biology.pitt.edu.
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