The Philosophy Department is hiring one or more, full time 9 month positions. Non-tenure track for the 2019-2020 academic year. AOS open. Candidates from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The successful candidate(s) must be able to teach lower division core curriculum courses (PHIL 1001 Foundations in Philosophy and/or PHIL 2310 Theory of Ethics); or selected upper division electives listed in the Philosophy section of the Marquette University Undergraduate Bulletin. Must assume full responsibility for the aforementioned courses and sections they are teaching, including syllabus preparation as well as grading exams and other assignments. Visiting Assistant Professors are expected to maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week. No committee or advising work.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Earned doctorate or a terminal degree. Five years of teaching experience or other suitable professional experience.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Ph.D. in Philosophy prior to appointment required as well as previous experience teaching philosophy at the undergraduate level.
Special Instructions to Applicants :
All applications for this position must be received through Marquette University’s electronic recruiting system. Please attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy and evidence of teaching effectiveness to the application. Also, in support of their applications, candidates should arrange to send three letters of recommendation and complete graduate transcripts tot the Department of Philosophy, firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject line should read Visiting Assistant Professor. Moving expenses not provided for this postion.
Internal Number: 11518
About Marquette University
Marquette University is a Catholic, Jesuit university located near the heart of downtown Milwaukee, WI, that offers a comprehensive range of majors in 11 nationally and internationally recognized colleges and schools. A Marquette education offers students a virtually unlimited number of paths and destinations and prepares them for the world by asking them to think critically about it.