Job location: BYU–Hawaii Employment Type:
Full-time Posted data:
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- A doctorate is preferred, in a field supporting the teaching and learning of Pacific Islands Studies including but not limited to the following disciplines: Anthropology, Geography, History, Humanities, Indigenous Studies, Political Science or Ethnoscience. Field work and employment in Oceania as well as the ability to work in an interdisciplinary context preferred.
- The individual should be completely committed to helping prepare students to serve in their families, communities, and the Church throughout the world, with an emphasis on the Asia-Pacific region. Brigham Young University–Hawaii gives preference to women and men whose background and/or experiences echo the many cultures and geographic regions reflected by the student body.
- As an educational institution affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, BYU-Hawaii prefers to hire qualified members of the Church in good standing as authorized under Title 41 CFS § 60-1.5 (a)(6).
- Teach approximately 30 semester credit hours per year over three semesters in some (but not all) of the following subject areas:
Contemporary Pacific theory and practice, Pacific regionalism, culture and the environment, Pacific Cultural Studies, sustainable development, ethnosciences, and other areas of applicant’s expertise.
- Scholarship, creative endeavor, ongoing professional development, and university service are expected.
- Rank and salary dependent on qualifications and experience.
- A limited relocation expense package is provided.
- Annually renewable contract eligible for Continuing Faculty Status (BYU-H equivalent of “tenure-track”)
- Standard BYU-Hawaii benefits package for regular full-time employees.
Procedures: Please complete and submit the following by online portal.
Official BYU-Hawaii online application form. A letter of application and current curriculum vitae. Response to the following question as a separate statement (the “Fit Statement”): “Why do you think you are a match for BYU-Hawaii?” Response should be included and uploaded with other application documents. Official transcript from the institution where last degree was received.
Electronic and scanned copies (as long as the Registrar’s seal is evident) should be uploaded with other application documents.
Three letters of recommendation written specifically for this position. Letter writers must include their names, addresses, and telephone numbers and upload their letters directly via online portal when prompted. Optional - A link to a 10 minute (minimum) teaching video posted online.
Starting Date: Fall, 2022
*Incomplete applications will not be considered*
Contact: Yifen Beus
Associate Academic Vice President - Faculty
55-220 Kulanui Street
Laie, HI 96762
Fax: (808) 675-3329
* More information may be requested as you progress through the recruiting process.