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Adjunct Chemistry Instructor at Warren Wilson College

The Warren Wilson College Department of Chemistry & Physics seeks applicants to teach Introductory-level Chemistry courses during the Fall 2020 semester. This is a part-time, non-renewable position outside of the college’s extended contract system.

Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Chemistry or a closely related field. Ability to teach on campus in an active and engaging classroom and lab, with the ability to employ remote teaching methods as necessitated by the ongoing pandemic.

Preferred Qualifications: Ph.D. in Chemistry or a closely related field. Successful undergraduate teaching experience with demonstrated interest in pedagogical innovation and experiential learning. Past work in diverse or multicultural environments.

Responsibilities: Courses will be assigned based on need and enrollment. Fall courses will include some combination of Principles of Chemistry (CHM 1030). Classes begin on August 17th.

Compensation: Each teaching credit is compensated at $1,350. There are approximately four teaching credits available in the Fall semester. Please be advised relocation reimbursement and benefits are not available for this position.

To apply: Please complete the Interest in Adjunct form.
Indicate “CHM/PHY” as the Department of Potential Instruction, and upload a cover letter and CV.

Warren Wilson College (http://www.warren-wilson.edu) is a vibrant, nationally-recognized liberal arts college with an enrollment of approximately 650 undergraduates located on a 1,135-acre campus in the Blue Ridge Mountains near Asheville, NC. The Department of Chemistry and Physics emphasizes rigorous and hands-on studies as part of the college’s innovative approach to liberal arts that intentionally integrates applied learning and academics. Our graduates are prepared to engage in groundbreaking scholarship, to pursue meaningful careers in a variety of fields related to chemistry and physics, and to lead purposeful lives dedicated to fostering a just, equitable, and sustainable world.

We desire a diverse faculty and a community that reflects a global outlook. Warren Wilson College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, or sexual orientation.