Wednesday, July 31, 2019

FT/ NTT Teaching Instructor, Rutgers NJ

Newark, NJ
Faculty - Science - Physics
Application Due:

Salary: Open

Posting Summary
The Department of Physics invites applications for a full-time, calendar-year, non-tenure track position at the rank of Teaching Instructor/ beginning September 1, 2019. The candidate is expected to have a Ph.D. in Physics or closely related disciplines and demonstrated excellence in lecture and laboratory course instruction and development. The successful applicant will be expected to teach and develop introductory physics courses. Additionally, the position will be responsible for all aspects of the instructional Physics laboratories and associated Physics education initiatives, including, but not limited to, overseeing operations, training Physics instructors, directing and coordinating the Learning Assistants Program, and writing proposals for internal and external support. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching through advancing and supporting initiatives that deepen pedagogical knowledge and sustain motivated learning in all students. Rutgers non-tenure track positions have competitive salary and benefits.
Posting Open Date: 07/29/2019

Posting Close Date: 08/12/2019

Minimum Education and Experience
Ph.D. degree along with demonstrated excellence in lecture and laboratory course instruction and development.
The School of Arts and Sciences-Newark (SASN) is a place where exploration, discovery, and imagination come together to form the core of a liberal arts education. We serve all undergraduates at Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N); and offer a broad selection of more than 2,000 undergraduate and graduate courses a year in more than 40 subjects. SASN combines the best of a large research university with a small liberal arts college. RU-N is a remarkably diverse, urban, public research university that is not just in Newark but of Newark-an anchor of our home city. RU-N is located in a transportation hub with easy access to New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. New Jersey offers vibrant and varied cultural activities, excellent schools, and opportunities to live in culturally diverse urban, suburban, or small-town settings within a short distance of campus. RU-N is consistently ranked one of the most diverse universities in the country by US News & World Report and is located minutes from New York City. For more information about RU-N:
Special Instructions to Applicants
Application must include a cover letter, statement of teaching philosophy, current curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of two references.
Campus: Rutgers University-Newark

Home Location Campus: Rutgers University-Newark


Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Rutgers is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

1-Year Assistant Teaching Professor, Physics, Worcester Poly

Worcester, MA
Faculty - Science - Physics

Assistant Teaching Professor, Physics


Physics Department

Worcester Polytechnic Institute - WPI

Full-time teaching (non-tenure track) faculty position in the Physics Department for a one-year appointment.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute is seeking applications for a full-time teaching (non-tenure track) faculty position in the Physics Department for a one-year appointment. The candidate will be expected to teach approximately six courses from the undergraduate and graduate programs in Physics. The candidate may assist the department in senior project advising, participate in ongoing curriculum development, research activities, and other functions of the department. The ideal applicant will have a PhD in Physics or a closely related area with teaching experience related to physics.

Please attach a cover letter, CV and list of three references.

United States of America (Exempt)

WPI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or disability. We are seeking individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences who will contribute to a culture of creativity and collaboration, inclusion, problem solving and change making.

To apply, visit:

About WPI
WPI is a vibrant, active, and diverse community of extraordinary students, world-renowned faculty, and state of the art research facilities. At WPI, we have competitive and comprehensive benefits, including health insurance, long-term care, retirement, tuition assistance, flexible spending accounts, work-life balance and much more.

Diversity & Inclusion at WPI
WPI is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where everyone feels valued and respected; a place where every student, faculty and staff member can be themselves, so that they can study, live, and work comfortably, to reach their full potential, and make meaningful contributions in order to meet departmental and institutional goals. WPI thrives on innovative practice and welcomes diverse perspectives, insight, and people from diverse lived experiences, to enhance the community environment and propel the institution to the next level in a competitive, global marketplace.



Human Resources
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Online App. Form:
To enrich education through diversity, WPI is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

Friday, July 26, 2019

Physics Education Research Associate, Michigan State

Applications are invited for a research associate in Physics Education in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Michigan State University for the fall of 2019. The successful candidate for the current position will work on a team analyzing interviews and observational data from science students from a critical theory and socialized narratives perspective. Data is drawn from area two-year colleges and cohort programs designed to support diverse student populations in earning STEM bachelor degrees.

Responsibilities include working in coordination with faculty at Washtenaw Community College, Mott Community College, and faculty in the College of Natural Sciences at Michigan State to:
  • develop and conduct interviews/observational studies at all three institutions about students’ mindset and self-efficacy to complete a natural science degree;
  • code and analyze interviews and observational data with students from across the colleges;
  • utilize findings to inform program design and revision;
  • publish findings in physics and other science education journals.

The candidate will collaborate with faculty, post-docs, and graduate students in the Physics Education Research Lab ( The Physics Education Research Lab at MSU is a dynamic community that includes 5 principal faculty, 4 research associates, 8 graduate students, and several undergraduate students.

The appointment is initially for one year, with the possibility of 1-year extension, based on performance and the availability of funding. The salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience. Appointment is contingent upon successfully completing a full background check.

Required Degree


Minimum Requirements

Candidates are expected to hold a Ph.D. in physics education, science education, the learning sciences, or a closely related field with preference to candidates with graduate or postdoctoral experience in the area of qualitative analysis and racialized narratives. Explicit experience with critical theory and socialized narratives is not required. These theories are a substantial component of this project, those interested in learning should still apply. The successful candidate will demonstrate outstanding mentoring skills, strong learning theories background, excellent writing skills, andthe ability to work with undergraduate students, grad students, faculty, and staff in a collaborative environment

Required Application Materials

Applicants should submit a CV, and a statement of research interests. In addition, applicants should arrange for three (3) letters of recommendation to be submitted to the same posting.

Review of applications will begin August 1, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.

Questions regarding the position may be directed to Prof. Vashti Sawtelle, co-director of the Physics Education Research Lab at MSU,

Special Instructions

Review of applications will begin August 1, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.

Questions regarding the position may be directed to Prof. Vashti Sawtelle, co-director of the Physics Education Research Lab at MSU,

Review of Applications Begins On


MSU Statement

Michigan State University has been advancing the common good with uncommon will for more than 160 years. One of the top research universities in the world, MSU pushes the boundaries of discovery and forges enduring partnerships to solve the most pressing global challenges while providing life-changing opportunities to a diverse and inclusive academic community through more than 200 programs of study in 17 degree-granting colleges.
Advertised: Jul 22, 2019 Eastern Daylight Time
Applications close: Jul 22, 2021 Eastern Daylight Time

Thursday, July 25, 2019

1-Year Lecturer, Norwich University, VT

Lecturer of Physics
Category:Faculty RSS feed of all Jobs       
Locations:Northfield, VT
Posted:Jul 25, 2019
Closes:Open Until Filled
Ref. No.:FF0064
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About Norwich University:
Norwich University is a diversified academic institution that educates residential students - both military and civilian lifestyles - and working adults across the globe. Norwich offers a broad selection of traditional and distance-learning programs culminating in baccalaureate and master's degrees, and graduate certificates. Founded in 1819 by U.S. Army Capt. Alden Partridge, Norwich is the oldest private military college in the country and the birthplace of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC).
Norwich University takes positive action to ensure that all applicants for employment are considered, and employees are treated in compliance with applicable laws and regulations governing non-discrimination on the basis of gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, national origin, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, age, genetic information or veteran's status. As an institution of higher education, Norwich is dedicated to learning, emphasizing teamwork, leadership, creativity, and critical thinking and encourages applications from qualified individuals who will help us achieve this guiding value.

Job Description:

The Department of Physics at Norwich University seeks a lecturer for the academic year 2019-2020.  The appointment is for one academic year only.  The successful candidate will teach 12-15 contact hours per week of both lectures and laboratories at the undergraduate level.  The Department will make every effort to assign courses so as to maximize the lecturer's research interests and teaching strengths.  Although it is not a requirement of the position, the successful candidate will be encouraged to pursue research that includes undergraduate majors.
Presently the Department consists of five Ph.D. faculty members and 22 majors.  Introductory lecture courses are limited to an average of 35 students; labs to 16.  At the junior/senior level, classes are typically populated with 5 to 7 students.  As faculty members, lecturers enjoy funding opportunities to attend conferences and engage in undergraduate research.  Current departmental research interests center upon experimental condensed matter physics, experimental high-energy physics, theoretical and observational astrophysics, observational astronomy, and geophysical fluid dynamics.
Further questions about the department and the position may be addressed to Robert Knapik, Chair, at or 802 485 3335.


Preferred candidates will have earned a Ph.D. in an area of physics or astronomy; A.B.D.s are welcome to apply.  Very well qualified individuals with Master's degrees and teaching experience may be considered. Review of applications will begin immediately; the search will remain open until the position is filled. The anticipated starting date for the appointment is July 1, 2019 and the first day of classes this fall is August 26th, 2019.

Additional Information:

Norwich University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing a positive education and work environment that recognizes and respects the dignity of all students, faculty and staff. Reasonable accommodations will be made for the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant.  Please contact the Office of Human Resources at for assistance.
All candidates must be a US Citizen/Permanent Resident legally eligible to work in the US without sponsorship now or in the future. A post offer, pre-employment background check will be required of the successful candidate.
Norwich University offers a comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision, group life and long term disability insurance, flexible-spending accounts for health and dependent care, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, employee assistance program, paid time off including parental leave, and tuition scholarships for eligible employees and their family members.

Application Instructions:

 To apply, please submit:  a cover letter; a CV; a summary of teaching experience and research interests; the names of three references; and a Norwich application. Please upload the required documents (PDF format preferred).

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

FILLED - California State University Chico One Year Instructor Position

The position has been filled - thanks!

We have a sudden unexpected opening at CSU Chico and are looking for a "one-year temporary full-time” instructor to fill the position.

Our semester begins 8/21, with the first day of classes on 8/26.

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Physics for the Life Sciences Introductory Sequence Coordinator (Lecturer III), University of Michigan

DeadlineSeptember 01, 2019
Date PostedJuly 22, 2019
TypeNon tenure track
SalaryCommensurate with experience
Employment TypeFull-time
The Physics Department at the University of Michigan invites applications for a new Lecturer III position to inaugurate the role of Introductory Physics for the Life Sciences (IPLS) Sequence Coordinator, beginning September 1, 2019 or January 1, 2020. Later start dates may be acceptable for qualified candidates. We expect to make an offer prior to January 1, 2020, subject to final approval by the academic unit. Appointment level will be 100%. This is a non-tenure-track, renewable three-year appointment.
Michigan’s Introductory Physics for Life Sciences (IPLS) course sequence was radically transformed during the period from 2006-2012. The sequence places the focus on exploring the physics of life – helping students to understand life as a physical process, both enabled and constrained by the laws of physics. New lab courses were developed in parallel with this, again with a focus on providing life science students with relevant life science oriented laboratory experiences, including biomechanics and scaling laws, electrocardiograms, DNA structure determination, and medical imaging. It is time to revisit the sequence, this time with a focus on equity, inclusion, and widespread student success.
This individual will coordinate the work of an instructional team which includes tenure-track faculty, Lecturer II’s, Graduate Student Instructors, and undergraduate Learning Assistants as they continue to develop and deliver this innovative course sequence to life science students. To kick off this ongoing effort, we will ask the IPLS coordinator to lead the 135/235 team through a three year Foundational Course Initiative process beginning in 2020.
This is a long-term instructional role; the coordinator will also teach two sections of one of these courses each term. We expect our instructors to take a scholarly approach to their teaching, using evidence-based methods and responsibly assessing the impact of innovations introduced to their classes. The standard appointment is for nine months a year, aligned with U-M’s September – May academic schedule. Opportunities to teach in the spring term, for additional compensation, also exist. Salary commensurate with experience.
Applications must include a CV, teaching statement, and relevant teaching evaluations, combined into a single PDF. Questions may be directed to Ana Austin, Physics Department Chief Administrator, at
This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement between the U-M and the Lecturers
Employee Organization, AFL-CIO, which contains and settles all matters with respect to wages, benefits,
hours and other terms and conditions of employment.

Qualifications and Selection Criteria for IPLS Sequence Coordinator
  • PhD in Physics – preferably in a sub-field with relations to the life sciences.
  • Two or more years of experience leading large introductory physics courses at a major research university.
  • Demonstrated experience working in with instructional teams which include faculty, graduate students, undergraduates, and staff.
  • Demonstrated experience with and commitment to equitable, inclusive teaching of students who are diverse in background, interests, identity, and goals.
  • Experience designing, developing, delivering physics for the life sciences courses is especially desirable.
  • Experience with scholarship of teaching and learning and/or physics education research would also be highly valued.

Saturday, July 20, 2019

Research Fellow, University of Michigan

How to Apply

A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume/CV. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.

Job Summary

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Learning Analytics and Education Technology
Professor of Physics, Astronomy, and Education Tim McKay is searching for a Postdoctoral Fellow to join a team focused on using data to understand and improve large foundational STEM courses, both at the University of Michigan and at our partner institutions within the SEISMIC collaboration. This fellow will play a central role in the design, development, and delivery of classroom interventions, experiments, and measurement instruments, leading the analysis and publication of results related to student behavior, affect, sense-of-belonging, and learning outcomes.
Our team includes experts in STEM education, data science, education technology, software development, behavioral science, and user experience design. We work closely with large course instructional teams in an array of disciplines, closing the gap between education research and practice, and supporting the establishment and application of equitable, inclusive, evidence-based teaching. One of our core research tools is the ECoach platform, which uses extensive data about student background, interests, goals, and current state to deliver computer-tailored coaching to more than 5000 students every semester in an array of physics, chemistry, biology, and computer science courses on multiple research university campuses.

Mission Statement

The mission of the University of Michigan is to serve the people of Michigan and the world through preeminence in creating, communicating, preserving and applying knowledge, art, and academic values, and in developing leaders and citizens who will challenge the present and enrich the future.  The University of Michigan is committed to foster learning, creativity and productivity, and to support the vigorous exchange of ideas and information, not only in the classroom but in the workplace by: 
  • Creating a work environment in which people treat each other with respect and dignity, regardless of roles, responsibilities or differences. 
  • Providing support, direction and resources enabling us to accomplish the responsibilities of our jobs and to reach the goals that are set for professional and personal growth.

Who We Are

The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitments to serve the diverse people of Michigan, fulfill the College’s Guiding Principles, and sustain the excellence of LSA.  


Like all of our team members, we would expect this postdoctoral fellow to engage in both collaborative and self-directed research. As such, we seek a creative, generous, kind individual with experience working in research teams. We would expect our new colleague to have experience with some data science and educational research methods, along with a desire to learn more. We want you to help us to conduct quantitative and qualitative research using data from sources including ECoach, text created through student discourse and writing, surveys, interviews, and focus groups, then to disseminate these results through professional publications, presentations, and occasional shouting from the rooftops.
Strong candidates might have Ph.D. degrees in Learning Sciences, Higher Education, Econometrics, Discipline-Based Science Education, Computer Science, Information, or related fields. A description of how your background and interests make you well suited for this work should be included in your application materials. Demonstrated skill in scientific communication, both written and oral, is an important asset, as is a desire to get better at both. Our team succeeds by advancing the career ambitions of its members.

Required Qualifications*

• PhD in a relevant field successfully defended by start date
• Experience conducting and publishing research in academic venues
• Demonstrated interest in studying and improving the outcomes of postsecondary STEM education

Desired Qualifications*

• Experience with analysis of large quantitative and qualitative data sets
• Experience with social psychological and behavioral intervention experiments
• Design and analysis of instructional, behavioral, or psychosocial interventions

Additional Information

This position is currently open, and the start date could be as early as September 3, 2019.
While this is expected to be a two-year appointment, the initial position is a full-time one-year position with a presumption of renewal for the second year. There is a possibility of an additional third year pending funding, availability of work, and satisfactory performance.   The salary will be $50,000-$60,000 plus benefits (health) per year, depending upon qualifications.

Background Screening

The University of Michigan conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background checks.  Background checks are performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

Application Deadline

Applications will be considered until the position is filled.

U-M EEO/AA Statement

The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Friday, July 19, 2019

[Rumor] Postdoc at Michigan State

The Department of Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering (CMSE) at Michigan State University anticipates the hire of a postdoctoral researcher in education to study two introductory courses in computational science education. The courses focus on teaching computational modeling, data analysis, and programming. The specifics of the position are being developed, but the researcher would work in CMSE on projects related to understanding student learning and engagement in these courses as well as be able to pursue their own research interests as they pertain to computational science education. The researcher will be supervised by Dr. Devin W. Silvia and will have the opportunity to collaborate with Dr. Danny Caballero, Dr. Brian O’Shea, and others both inside and outside of CMSE. There may also be opportunities to mentor undergraduate students in projects related to this work.

For more information about this position, contact Dr. Devin Silvia (

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

FT, Valley Forge Military Academy and College, PA

College Physics Instructor
Position: Instructor, Physics
Schedule: Full-time position
Department: College
Reporting to: Associate Dean/Dean of the College
  • Prepare course material and develop strategies to teach the course curriculum by meeting the college’s academic standards.
  • Develop and provide students with an approved Valley Forge Military College syllabus that follows a template established by the local campus, center, or Online – and which includes the course objectives.
  • Present lectures and facilitate group learning in classrooms.
  • Utilize appropriate educational technology to engage students and enhance learning.
  • Connect students’ current study to real-world applications, using lab and research assignments and linking coursework to previous/future study in related disciplines.
  • Ensure that the content and level of material included on exams correspond to the course terminal objectives, that the material has been adequately addressed in the course, that concepts have been demonstrated.
  • Demonstrate consistency and fairness in the preparation and grading of exams, making certain that all tests are formatted with proper instructions – and provide timely feedback to students.
  • Provide multiple evaluative formats for students to demonstrate their knowledge and earn their grades in the course.
  • Create an atmosphere of mutual respect in the classroom by avoiding inappropriate comments about any individual, social group, or the college.
  • Maintain proper records, grades, reports, and other documents and deliver them in a timely fashion to the appropriate academic administrator.
  • Provide successful, active mentoring to college community
  • Assist in training and mentoring of new faculty, and class observations and support of adjunct faculty.
  • Participate in academic initiatives designed to support enrollment management, career services, and/or outreach to the community, including local high schools and community colleges.
  • Actively participate in relevant professional activities in order to improve teaching and subject matter competence.
  • Serve on faculty committees as appointed or elected, and confer with advisory groups in order to modify course content.
  • Help cover the work and reporting of the department in a cooperative and collegial fashion.
  • Deliver capstone participation or advisement (outside of program).
  • Actively participate with Industry Advisory Councils.
  • Engage students in club activities.
  • Increase the levels of student and college service involvement.
  • Complete other duties as assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  Below are the minimum requirements of the education, experience, knowledge, and skills required to competently perform in this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Master’s degree in Physics or related field of study required; PhD preferred. All degrees must be from regionally accredited institutes
  • Three to five years of business or industry experience appropriate to the course subject matter
  • Two to five years previous teaching experience preferred

TT, Whatcom CC, WA

Whatcom Community College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track physics instructor beginning Fall Quarter 2020.  The College is seeking a dynamic individual interested in developing and engaging students through the use and implementation of innovative and inclusive curriculum and teaching methods, including the application of technology, both inside and outside the classroom. The College seeks faculty who have the ability to work effectively and collaboratively with students, colleagues, staff, and others in a campus climate that promotes cultural diversity and global understanding.  College faculty teach an equivalent of 15 credits per quarter and contribute to the College through committee service and program leadership and development.
Being a faculty member at Whatcom offers the opportunity to engage in the advancement of equitable student outcomes and the elimination of equity gaps. Faculty have regular opportunities for on-campus professional development, collaboration with colleagues, and engagement in workshops and learning communities. These opportunities contribute to professional advancement at the College, as well as personal growth. This position supports all four of the College's four core themes – achieving success, building community, advancing equity, and enhancing effectiveness.
Job Responsibilities
The physics department prepares students for the physical sciences transfer or workforce. The successful applicant is expected:
  • to teach all levels of physics, physical science and astronomy courses offered at Whatcom, which may include evening courses;
  • to update, revise and maintain curriculum to the highest standards in the field; 
  • to collaborate with college faculty and administrators in contributing to the future vision and scope of physics and other STEM program at the college;
  • to remain current in the field and adapt courses to meet changing job skills, research developments, and qualification requirements;
  • to successfully foster and support an inclusive educational and employment environment.
  • to develop and maintain contacts and knowledge of companies and organizations in the community;
  • to identify and contribute to activities that promote student development such as student clubs and/or other student volunteer activities; and
  • to perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications, Salary and Appointment
Minimum Qualifications: 
  • Master's degree in physics or related field, with a strong undergraduate physics background.  Creative combinations or professional pathways to physics teaching are welcome.
  • Evidence of experience teaching, tutoring, or supporting student learning with an equity-minded focus, responsiveness, and sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, including those with physical or learning disabilities as it relates to differences in learning styles.
  • Evidence of strong interest in undergraduate science curriculum that involves student-centered inquiry and development of conceptual understanding for both science majors and general studies students.
 Preferred Qualifications:
  • The ability to lead efforts to increase student success in the sciences, closing achievement gaps between demographic groups, remediation needs, cultural, economic, physical and health challenges, and students with general science anxiety including teaching a productive academic mindset that shows students they are capable of learning with practice and effort
  • Experience instructing and assisting in the growth and success of a diverse population of students through careful preparation of course materials, incorporating pedagogies that support effective teaching methodologies for all students and informed critical feedback on assignments and discussions with the intent to remodel, or create new laboratory and curricular materials.
  • Experience with culturally relevant course content, culturally responsive pedagogical techniques, and effective practices for engaging students who are diverse and/or are students who are historically underserved. The ideal candidate should have experience in this area with African American, Latinx, Native Americans, Pacific Islanders and other disproportionately impacted students.
  • Experience working with grants, contracts, or other alternative project funding opportunities.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and communication abilities with students and colleagues.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Universal Design for Learning and accessibility; and experience using a learning management system, preferably Canvas.
  • Bilingual      
 The successful candidate will demonstrate:
  • Cultural competence and a commitment to equity and inclusion.
  • Content knowledge in the program or discipline.
  • A commitment to student centered, activity based and inclusive pedagogy.
  • A commitment to WCC's vision as "an innovative college, engaged with our diverse and changing communities."
Salary and Appointment:  
  • Current Master's degree salary begins at $55,163 (additional degrees and experience increase rate); 174 day annual contract.
 Benefits Package:
  • The position comes with a full benefits package, including health, dental, life, long-term disability insurance and a retirement plan. 
Additionally, as a Washington State, public higher education institution, WCC offers the following:
  • Whatcom Community College is a qualified employer for the PSLF program. If you work for the College full time, have had Direct Loans and are on an eligible repayment plan, you are eligible to apply.
  • Full-time employees are eligible to apply and participate in the Whatcom Community College Employee Tuition Program, which provides a tuition waiver for available and eligible WCC courses.
 Start Date:
  • Fall Quarter, 2020. 
Application Due Date:
  • For guaranteed consideration, application packets should be received by Friday, September 27th, 2019 at 4:59 pm. Position open until filled.
Special Instructions to Applicant
A completed application consists of an online application and:
  • Letter of application detailing relevant experience and how the applicant is prepared to meet the duties of the position.
  • Diversity statement that responds to the following question (1 page max).
*Whatcom Community College has a strategic plan goal to close equity gaps in degree and certificate completion for all student populations.  Describe a time in which you contributed to closing equity gaps for an underserved population. 
  • Current resume.
  • Unofficial Transcripts for all earned degrees; official transcripts required prior to the official start date.
  • List of five recent professional references with contact information.
Whatcom Community College
237 W Kellogg Rd.

Bellingham, Washington, 98226