The Department of Criminal Justice and Sociology invites applications for one 2 year lecturer position in Sociology starting Fall Semester, 2020. We are looking for someone that can teach in a variety of core sociological courses. The teaching load for this position is eight courses over the course of the fall/spring/summer.
• Candidates must be ABD in Sociology at the time of appointment.
• Demonstrated teaching experience in Sociology at the college and/or university level.
• Ph.D. in Sociology at the time of appointment.
• Demonstrated teaching experience in a variety of core sociological areas such as sociology of family, race and ethnic relations, social inequality, and/or sociology of education (other areas may be considered).
• Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the college and/or university level.
• Demonstrated ability to contribute effectively to the delivery of our undergraduate program with traditional classroom instruction and online education.
Application Process: Qualified individuals should submit:
1) a vita that thoroughly covers academic and professional work history;
2) a cover letter that addresses the applicant’s:
– interest in – and qualifications for – the position,
– teaching philosophy,
– demonstrated excellence in teaching at the college and/or university level,
– demonstrated ability to contribute effectively to the delivery of the Sociology \ undergraduate program (traditional classroom instruction as well as online \
3) teaching evaluations, if available.
4) contact information for three references, who may be consulted regarding the applicant’s qualifications and suitability for this position.
The job number is #20000550. Applicants must submit their materials to: https://uwyo.taleo.net/careersection/00_ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=20000550&tz=GMT-07%3A00&tzname=America%2FDenver
Questions about the search should be directed to Dr. Adrienne Freng at [email protected]
Review of applications will begin March 25, 2020 and continue until the position is filled.
The University of Wyoming is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law and University policy. To review the EEO is the Law Poster and its Supplement, please see The Diversity & Fairness page.
Pursuant to Wyoming State law, W.S. 19-14-102, as amended, an honorably discharged veteran who has been a resident of the state of Wyoming for one (1) year or more at any time prior to the date when the veteran applies for employment, or any surviving spouse who was married to such veteran at the time of the veteran’s death, who is receiving federal survivor benefits based on the veteran’s military service and is applying for employment, shall receive an interview preference during the applicant screening process with the University of Wyoming. At the time of application the applicant must possess the business capacity, competency, education or other qualifications required for the position. If disabilities do not materially interfere with performance of job duties, disabled veterans will be given preference over able-bodied veterans. Appropriate documentation of veteran status must be provided at time of application as outlined in the application process. No preference will be given to a veteran currently employed by a public department.
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