Assistant Professor of Economics-Tenure Track
Washington & Jefferson College and its Department of Economics & Business Administration invite applications for a tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor in Economics, any field, beginning August 2017. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in economics completed by time of appointment. Teaching experience is strongly preferred. Ability to offer courses in Environmental/Resource Economics would be especially welcome. Typical teaching assignment is 3 courses per term.
The successful candidate should be committed to working closely with students in a residential, undergraduate, liberal arts institution. Electronic applications are preferred, and those interested in applying for the position should send to email@example.com the following items: a cover letter that includes your approach and dedication to a liberal arts education; curriculum vitae; short statement of teaching philosophy that clearly demonstrates how your teaching contributes to the liberal arts, and three letters from professional references. Official Transcripts will be required upon hire. For full consideration applications should be received by March 24th.
Washington & Jefferson College is a residential selective liberal arts college located thirty miles from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The oldest such college located west of the Allegheny mountains, Washington & Jefferson welcomes applications from creative and adaptable individuals who are dedicated to undergraduate liberal arts education, who cherish close interaction between faculty and students, and who enjoy participating in and promoting a diverse community committed to multicultural and global understanding. Discover more about the College at www.washjeff.edu.
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