The Department of Biology at Calvin University invites applications for part-time instruction for an available section of Human Physiology Lab (BIOL 206L). The appointment will be for the Fall 2023 semester, beginning August 29. In the Spring 2024 semester, beginning January 15, we also anticipate a need for instructors in Human Biology (BIOL 115, a lecture-lab combo course), Human Physiology Lab (BIOL 206L), Medical Microbiology Lab (BIOL 207L), and Intro Animal Physiology Lab (BIOL 231L).
- A commitment to the Christian faith is essential.
- A master’s degree or above in biology or related discipline is required for lecture instructors and preferred for lab instructors. Applicants with a bachelor’s degree in biology or related discipline may be considered for lab instructor positions.
- All applicants must demonstrate the ability to teach effectively using a variety of methods and instructional technology as required.
Calvin is building a tradition of diversity and accessibility and welcomes applications from persons whose personal characteristics will further that commitment. Calvin does not discriminate in the employment of individuals on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, sex, or age. For further specifics please see the college website: http://www.calvin.edu/go/facultyopenings
As part of the application, please submit your full curriculum vita accompanied by a letter of application that addresses the requirements and responsibilities of the position, including your interest in teaching at a Reformed Christian University. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
FAITH and EDUCATIONAL COMMITMENT
1. Commitment to the educational mission of Calvin as a Christian liberal arts college affiliated with the Christian Reformed Church.
2. A commitment to the Christian faith and to the integration of faith, learning, and student development.
Demonstrated awareness and commitment to effectively establishing relationships and positive communication across multiple dimensions of diversity including, but not limited to, race, gender, physical limitations, class, or religious perspectives.