Assistant Professor - Medical Anthropology

Location
Columbia, SC
Posted
Feb 28, 2018
Position Type
Tenured & Tenure-Track
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution


Posting Details
Posting Summary

Logo Posting Number FAC00154PO17 Classification Title Assistant Professor Internal Title Assistant Professor - Medical Anthropology Campus Columbia 01 College/Division College of Arts and Sciences Department Anthropology Advertised Salary Range We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Location of Vacancy Part/Full Time Full Time Hours per week 40 Hours per year 1560 Position Category Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Basis 9 months Work County Richland 40 Tenure Information Tenure-Track/Tenured Job Search Category Faculty

About UofSC

The University of South Carolina System is comprised of the state's flagship university in Columbia (founded in 1801 and currently one of the top 50 "Best Colleges" according to U.S. News and World Report), three regional comprehensive universities (USC Aiken, USC Beaufort and USC Upstate), and Palmetto College consisting of four two-year campuses (USC Lancaster, USC Salkehatchie, USC Sumter, USC Union and Fort Jackson/Extended University). Together, the USC System institutions offer more than 450 degree programs on campus and online and are uniquely positioned to meet the state's educational, cultural, health and research needs. The System employs nearly 14,000 people who work daily to improve the lives of students, fellow South Carolinians and the world. Our diverse engaged faculty and staff enjoy a dynamic and intellectually stimulating work environment.



Benefits for Temporary Positions

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Position Description

Advertised Job Summary

The faculty of the Department of Anthropology seek a medical anthropologist for a tenure-track assistant professorship beginning August 2018. Geographic region is open, though preference will be given to hire someone whose research and teaching strengthens existing interdisciplinary research in the areas of social inequalities, health disparities, immigration and community development in under-served populations.

The new medical anthropologist is expected to maintain an active program of research and demonstrate success in securing extramural funding. This colleague, moreover, will have the opportunity to collaborate on campus-wide health sciences initiatives.

Required Education and Experience

Applicants must hold a Ph.D. degree in Anthropology at the time of appointment.

Preferred Qualifications

Posting Detail Information

Desired Start Date 08/16/2018 Job Open Date 10/27/2017 Job Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Special Instructions to Applicant

Candidates should be prepared to upload a CV, a cover letter describing research and teaching interests, a writing sample and the names and contact information of three references for full consideration.

Also, for full consideration, completed applications must be received no later than December 15.

Quicklink for Posting http://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/20902 EEO Statement

The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, age, disability, veteran status or genetics.



Position Attributes

Safety Sensitive or Security Sensitive No

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    Applicant Documents
    Required Documents
    1. Cover Letter
    2. Curriculum Vitae
    3. Writing Sample(s)/Sample Publications
    4. List of References and Contact Information
    Optional Documents
    1. Letter of Recommendation 1
    2. Letter of Recommendation 2
    3. Letter of Recommendation 3
    4. Teaching Statement
    5. Research Statement

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