International Adjunct Faculty

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ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY
Situated in Jersey City, New Jersey City University (NJCU), has a liberal arts mission that is undergoing a tremendous transformation to become a viable force to Hudson County and its surrounding areas. NJCU has strategically focused on four key areas:

• Enhancing student success through excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level

• Building a dynamic School of Business

• Investing in Health & Sciences

Elevating the arts

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The Chemistry Department at New Jersey City University is seeking adjunct faculty instructors to teach a variety of basic and advanced undergraduate courses in its International Program starting Fall 2018.

  • Successful candidates will have experience in teaching a variety of basic and advanced undergraduate chemistry courses. These include traditional areas (general, organic, physical) as well as other chemistry fields (polymer, materials, electrochemistry, computer applications in chemical engineering and green chemistry) at the undergraduate level.
  • Appointments are available to teach in China for the fall, spring and summer sessions during a four week period.
  • Experience studying/living/working abroad desirable.
  • Instruction will be in English with a strong commitment to excellence in teaching.
QUALIFICATIONS

3-5 years of teaching experience preferred.

A Ph.D. in Chemistry.

Knowledge of the Chinese language is preferred

Candidates who speak Chinese and English are encouraged to apply.

Prior experience teaching in China is preferred.

Ability to develop and deliver active or inquiry-based curricula.

To be considered please submit your application, a current curriculum vitae, evidence of conducting and teaching effectiveness, statement of teaching philosophy and a list of three references with contact information and cover letter via electronic submission:

http://www.njcu.edu/jobs-njcu

New Jersey City University is an equal opportunity institution. Applications from women and underrepresented minorities are strongly encouraged.

 

 

 

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Posted: 12/25/2018
Application Due: 9/11/2019
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