Assistant Professor

Jacksonville, Florida, United States
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Job description

Job Summary/Responsibilities:

Teach undergraduate courses in American Politics. The primary field in American Politics is open. The department has curricular needs in State and Local Government and Research Methods. The Candidate is also expected to have an active research agenda and engage in meaningful service.

Salary: $56,000

How to apply

Applicants MUST complete an application ONLINE in OASYS at http://www.unfjobs.org

Applicants must attach the following required documents to be considered for this position.

  1. a letter of interest stating teaching interests and research plans
  2. a complete curriculum vitae
  3. graduate school transcripts*
  4. one sample of research and writing
  5. evidence of teaching effectiveness
  6. three current professional letters of recommendation*

*Official transcripts are required by the time of employment

If the applicant is unable to attach the letters of recommendation with the application, they can be emailed to: Americanpolitics@unf.edu

Review of applications will begin October 13, 2017. This position will be considered open until filled.

Representatives of the department will be available to meet with interested candidates for an informational session at the APSA annual meeting in San Francisco. If you would like to meet at APSA to learn more about the position, please contact the chair of the department, Dr. Matthew Corrigan by email (mcorriga@unf.edu) and attach a C.V.

UNF is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, veterans & spouses of veterans, and disabled persons are encouraged to apply.

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