Adjunct Lab Instructor, Organic Chemistry II Lab
The Department of Chemistry (https://www.usfca.edu/
) invites applications for an Adjunct Lab Instructor for Organic Chemistry II Lab starting in January 2020, for the Spring 2020 semester. The University of San Francisco is a Catholic-Jesuit institution that blends the liberal arts and professional preparation, emphasizing quality teaching and student learning. The University serves a diverse group of students on a residential campus near Golden Gate Park.
Full Job Description:
Duties include attending a Tuesday morning session to practice and discuss the upcoming week's experiment, delivering a short lab lecture at the beginning of lab, being in the lab and guiding students while experiments are taking place, and grading. There would be a meeting before the session begins to prepare for the course.
Schedule and Compensation:
In addition to the Tuesday morning instructor meeting, two lab sections in need of staffing are those that meet Mondays 1:30-5:20 and Tuesdays 1:30-5:20. The candidate could teach either one or both sections. The Spring 2020 semester begins January 21 and ends May 14. As an instructor at USF, you will be hired as a part-time (adjunct) faculty with pay of $3836 per lab section. In addition, USF provides a $210 commuter benefit (Clipper) for the semester.
Candidates must have a M.Sc. in Chemistry or be nearing the completion of a Ph.D. in Chemistry. Extensive experience with organic laboratory techniques is required. A Ph.D. in Chemistry and experience teaching undergraduates are preferred.
Candidates should submit a statement of interest and curriculum vitae to Prof. William Karney at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately. Direct any questions to Prof. Karney at the email address above or at (415) 422-5842.
To apply, visit https://usfca.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/USF_Adjunct/job/USF-Hilltop-Campus/Adjunct-Lab-Instructor--Organic-Chemistry-II-Lab_R0002619.
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