Lecturer, School of Environmental Sustainability (Non-Tenure Track)

We are seeking candidates who can teach Candidates for the position must clearly demonstrate their potential for excellence in teaching and devotion to student success. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to teaching introductory environmental science for both SES majors and non-majors, and teach intermediate-level courses focusing on environmental chemistry which include courses in soil ecology, water, and/or air with emphases on basic chemistry, biogeochemical cycling and pollution. These courses have and can have laboratories that emphasize skill building in both the field and laboratory. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to develop courses in their specialty that enhance the SES curriculum. Candidates should have a Ph.D., but ABD will be considered. Candidates of color and those with at least a year of experience teaching undergraduate courses as the instructor of record will be given strongest consideration.