Non-Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Economics
The Department of Economics invites applications for a non-tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level.
The position involves teaching and mentoring students in microeconomic theory, health economics, and economics of the family. The typical teaching load consists of 3 courses (2 preparations) per semester in a small-class setting. Examples of courses to be taught are as follows: Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Microeconomic Theory, Health Economics, Economics of the Family, and the Chinese Economy which is a part of our umbrella Country and Area Studies Course.
Candidates must have completed their PhD (U.S. or foreign equivalent) in Economics at the time of the appointment. The successful candidate must have economics teaching experience and possess a demonstrated commitment to undergraduate education and an active research agenda in the aforementioned fields.
Review of applications will start immediately and will continue until August 15, 2019. Screening interviews will be conducted by phone, followed by campus visits for the finalists. Application materials must be submitted online at http://www.stthomas.edu/jobs/. Emailed materials will not be accepted. Candidates will be asked to create an applicant profile and upload the required documents (listed below). Applicants should upload (1) a CV, (2) evidence of teaching effectiveness, (3) a research sample (upload into the "Description of Research Agenda" field), (4) a one page statement of teaching philosophy, and (5) a graduate transcript. At this time, please do not upload any documents beyond those requested. Applicants should also arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to the department chair, Dr. Monica Hartmann, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any questions regarding the position can be directed to the department chair using the contact information listed above.
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