Monday, November 9, 2015

TT, Northwest Missouri State

PRIMARY DUTY: Applicant should be highly committed to teach undergraduates and motivated to perform undergraduate research. Candidate must be prepared to teach introductory and advanced level physics courses.
 Essential Functions:
1.     Teach 24-26 credits per year with seven weekly office hours
2.     Teach and develop course material pertinent to teaching load including electronic materials for use in online courses
3.     Advise undergraduate students
4.     Serve the department and the university on committees as assigned
      Education: A.B.D. Physics
      Education:    Ph.D. Physics:
      Experience: Teaching experience with favorable evaluations. Theoretical background preferred but not required.
 Additional Job Information:
WORKING CONDITIONS: This position works in an air-conditioned office during the 9-month school term
COMMUNITY: Northwest Missouri State University is located in Maryville, Missouri, a community of 12,000 with a diverse economy, and a strong industrial base. Maryville is located 45 miles north of St. Joseph, Missouri and 90 miles north of Kansas City, Missouri. For more information see:
UNIVERSITY: Northwest Missouri State University is a traditional resident-based campus with total enrollment over 6,500 students. Northwest, a four-time winner of the Missouri Quality Award, is a teaching-focused institution requiring a twelve-hour teaching load per trimester. For more information see:
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applications and supporting materials will begin December 1, 2015 and continue until position is filled
DATE AVAILABLE: August 15, 2016     
TO APPLY:Please fill out a Northwest application online by clicking the APPLY link above. You will also need to submit the application materials listed below in order for them to be complete. Please contact the Office of Human Resources at 660-562-1127 or e-mail for more information.
APPLICATION MATERIALS: Letter of application, vita, record of academic coursework, evidence of teaching effectiveness, a statement of teaching interests and philosophy, a statement of research interests and a list of three references willing to provide recommendation letter upon request.
      Dr. Mark Corson
      Chair, Department of Natural Sciences
      Telephone: 660-562-1388