Salary: See Position Description
Job Type: Adjunct
Location: Whitworth University Campus
Whitworth University is seeking an adjunct instructor to teach Bioorganic Chemistry lecture and laboratory sections. Additional teaching opportunities in General Chemistry or Organic chemistry laboratory sections may also be available.
Detailed Salary Information
Bachelor's degree with significant experience 6-9 credits | $6,816 - $10,224 per semester
Master's degree 6-9 credits | $7,350 - $11,025 per semester
PhD 6-9 credits| $7,908 - $11,862 per semester
The instructor will be expected to teach an undergraduate-level Bioorganic Chemistry lecture and laboratory courses for allied health students. The lecture sections will have a fully developed syllabus and the laboratory sections have prepared experiments.
Minimum Qualifications | Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
The candidate should have a Master's degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or related field.
The lecture course will be taught in person on Whitworth's campus on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 1:55 p.m. to 2:50 p.m. The laboratory courses will be taught in person on Whitworth's campus on Thursdays from 8 AM to 10:50 AM and 11:45 to 2:35 PM. Both courses will take place during the spring semester (February 1st through May 24, 2023). Additional laboratory sections may be available on Tuesdays as well.
A background check and sexual misconduct check will be required on the successful candidate. A resume, cover letter, faith statement, and name, email addresses, and phone numbers of a least three (3) professional references will also be required.
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