The Department of Geology invites applications for a nine-month annually renewable non-tenure-track lecturer position. This is a full time and benefit-eligible position. The successful candidate will be expected to teach four courses per semester. These courses include introductory lectures and labs in geography, geology, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and environmental geoscience. Candidates will also mentor undergraduate students in GIS-related capstone projects. Position begins August 16, 2019.
The Department of Geology offers BS degrees in Geology and Environmental Geology and a graduate certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). It is also actively involved in the University’s Sustainability Studies Program. For more information on the department, please visit http://www.udayton.edu/artssciences/geology/index.php.
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A Ph.D. in geography, geology, environmental geoscience, or a closely related field is required at the time of application, with an emphasis in geo-spatial information technology.
Must be able to teach introductory and advanced GIS courses using the ESRI ArcGIS software.
Must possess effective written communication skills.
teaching experience at the college or university level as the instructor of record,
research experience in the field of environmental geospatial science, including GIS, remote sensing, spatio-temporal modeling and big data analytics
successful experience mentoring undergraduate students
ability to work across disciplines
interest and sensitivity in working with students and colleagues from diverse backgrounds
effective interpersonal skills
effective oral communication skills
willingness to engage with Catholic and Marianist educational valu
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: F00406P
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