Animal Biologist/Physiologist

first_imgUniversity of Mary Washington  Rank and Role TitleAssistant ProfessorType of AppointmentFull-TimePosition NumberF00161CollegeCollege of Arts and Sciences DepartmentBiological Sciences General Description of PositionThe Department of Biological Sciences at the University of MaryWashington invites applications for a non-tenure track, one yearVisiting Assistant Professor position to begin August of2021. UMW is a liberal arts and sciences universitydedicated to effective teaching and undergraduate research in aninclusive environment that embraces diverse talents andbackgrounds. The department seeks a broadly-trained animalbiologist / physiologist. The successful candidate will teachcourses in introductory biology, and upper level courses such asanimal histology, chordate anatomy or developmental biology.Candidates should provide evidence of excellence in teaching andmentoring undergraduates. The normal teaching load is 12 credithours per fall and spring semesters. Completion of the Ph.D. ispreferred, but those with ABD status are encouraged toapply. Review of applications to begin March 5.Area of ExpertiseAnimal Biologist/PhysiologistPreferred QualificationsCompletion of the Ph.D. is preferred, but thosewith ABD status are encouraged to apply.Salary Range$52,000.00  to $55,000.00Proposed Starting Date08/16/2021Posting DetailsOpen Date02/24/2021Special Instructions for ApplicantNote:   This is a 9-month positionAdditional Applicant InstructionsThe University of Mary Washington accepts only completed onlineapplication and related materials. Faxed, mailed, or emailedapplications or documentation will not be considered. Employmentoffers are contingent upon the successful completion of criminalbackground checks. If accommodations are requested either before orat the time of the interview, please contact the Recruitment Officeat 540-654-1357.AAEEO StatementThe University of Mary Washington is an equal opportunityemployer committed to creating and supporting a diverse andinclusive work and educational community that is free of all formsof discrimination. This institution does not toleratediscrimination or harassment on the basis of age, color,disability, gender identity, genetic information, national origin,parental status, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexualorientation or veteran status. We promote access, inclusion anddiversity for all students, faculty, staff, constituents andprograms, believing that these qualities are foundationalcomponents of an outstanding education in keeping with our mission.The university is interested in candidates whose experience andqualifications support an ongoing commitment to this corequality.last_img read more