Non Tenure Track Faculty Lecturer and Instructional Assistant Professor
- Faculty - Liberal Arts - Anthropology
- Faculty - Liberal Arts - Sociology
In anticipation of possible openings throughout the academic year and summer sessions, the Sociology and Anthropology Department maintains a pool of qualified persons interested in part-time non-tenure-track Instructional Assistant Professor and Lecturer teaching positions. Applications are accepted continuously for part-time, non-tenure-track positions and reviewed as vacancies become available. There may not be an actual vacancy at the time you apply.
Candidates will be expected to effectively teach the required course, including grading of assignments and examination. Regular office hours are required as is willingness to meet with students outside class. No departmental service is expected.
Minimally a master's degree in either sociology or anthropology is required for upper division classes and preferred for classes at all levels. A bachelor's degree and at least 18 graduate hours is the minimal requirement for 100 and 200 level classes.
About the Department:
Sociology and anthropology provides active programs in both disciplines at the undergraduate level, with a wide variety of courses offered every semester. The department prides itself on top-quality teaching and strong attention to our undergraduate students.
To assure full consideration, send a letter of application, resume including transcripts, and contact information for three references to:
Dr. Fred H. Smith, Chair; Department of Sociology and Anthropology; Illinois State University; Campus Box 4660; Normal, IL 61761. Telephone: (309) 438-8668,
Applications will be reviewed as vacancies become available.