Physics - Tenure Track Faculty
Gardner-Webb University is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time tenure-track teaching position in Physics beginning January 2021 in the Department of Natural Sciences. The primary duties of this position include the lecture and laboratory components for the algebra-based and calculus-based physics courses. Additional possible teaching opportunities include general education classes (e.g., Physics in Everyday Life or Astronomy) or courses in computer science. The Astronomy course will make use of the Williams Observatory on campus.
A terminal degree is preferred and required for tenure track status. Candidates must have a strong commitment to undergraduate education. The university offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the arts and sciences and in professional and preprofessional fields and provides an extensive degree-completion program for non-traditional students.
Salary and benefits are competitive with institutions of similar size and purpose. Screening of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a letter of application, résumé, an electronic copy of official transcripts, statement of Teaching Philosophy, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. David Campbell, [email protected]
Gardner-Webb University is a coeducational, residential, private institution located in Boiling Springs, North Carolina (50 miles southwest of Charlotte) offering a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs to approximately 4,000 students. Founded by North Carolina Baptists in 1905, Gardner-Webb employs individuals who participate in and wholeheartedly support Christian values. Women and minorities encouraged to apply.