Non-Tenure Track, Full-Time Renewable Instructor
Requisition Number: 0811249
Position Summary: Teach 12 hrs. per semester of undergraduate introduction to global studies courses. In addition, provide service equivalent of 0.2 FTE each semester. Assist in continued growth of the Global Studies Certificate, as well as development of other courses related to international education. Serve as the Advisor for the Global Studies Certificate program. The Capstone International Center at The University of Alabama invites applications for a non-tenure track full-time instructor position. The position begins August 16, 2018 and is a three-year non-tenure track position subject to annual renewal. Applicants should have expertise in global studies and intercultural competence. Applicants must have an earned master's or doctorate in a relevant field.
Minimum Preferred Qualifications: For information about the Capstone International Center and the Global Studies Certificate visit our website at international.ua.edu.
Special Instructions: This position will be posted until filled.
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