Instructor of Mathematics and Computing

Applications are invited for two positions in the Department of Mathematics and Computing to begin August 2017

Both positions will be available as two year visiting positions, with the expectation that both will be renewable.  Both are full time positions and require at least a Master’s Degree in a Computing field, Mathematics, Statistics, or a closely related field.   Ideal candidates will have sufficient (18) graduate hours to teach in multiple disciplines: computer information systems, and either mathematics or statistics.  Conversion to a tenure track status will be considered for one of the positions after the two-year term.  Salary and rank will be based on degree and relevant experience.

A strong commitment to excellent teaching is essential.

Preference will be given to candidates providing evidence of a record of excellent teaching.

Ability to use computer technology in the support of teaching is desirable.

Contract period is nine months.

Normal teaching load is 12-15 contact hours each semester.

An active professional development plan including scholarly activities and service to the University, the profession, and the community are expected.

Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, unofficial transcripts, and names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three references to:

Dr. Christopher Duncan, Search Committee Chair
Department of Mathematics and Computing
Lander University
Greenwood, South Carolina 29649

Applications can also be faxed to 864.388.8126 or e-mailed in Microsoft Word format to mathcis@lander.edu.

Lander is a tobacco free institution.

All final candidates are subject to successfully completing background requirements. 

Note: The University generally does not sponsor the H-1B Visa.


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