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HOPE COLLEGE is a Christian coeducational, residential liberal arts undergraduate college affiliated with the Reformed Church in America; has over 3,000 students and approximately 250 FTE faculty; is a member of the Great Lakes Colleges Association; is accredited by NCA, ACS, NASAD, NASD, NASM, NAST, CCNE, CSWE, EAC of ABET, TEAC and CAATE, and is located in a city of 35,000 enriched by a significant Latino population and growing Asian and African American populations in a rapidly growing urban area of over 100,000, near Lake Michigan, within short driving distance of Grand Rapids (over 500,000), and relatively close to Ann Arbor and Chicago. Additional information about Hope College can be found on the Web at http://www.hope.edu/.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability to combine excellence in classroom teaching with scholarly or other appropriate professional activity; commitment to the character and goals of a liberal arts college with a Christian perspective and specifically, to Hope College's Mission.
RANK AND SALARY: Tenure track with rank open, unless specified. Salary commensurate with education and experience. Terminal degrees are preferred for all positions.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Consideration of candidates will continue until the positions are filled. Submit curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy and competencies, research plans if applicable, official graduate and undergraduate transcripts, three current letters of recommendation. Electronic submissions are preferred whenever possible. See individual position postings for address information.
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The Hope College Chemistry Department invites applications for a one-year term position to begin in Fall 2013. The position is offered at either the Visiting Assistant Professor or Visiting Instructor level, depending on qualifications. Candidates should either have completed a doctorate in organic chemistry or a related subdiscipline by July 2013, or have a masters degree in organic chemistry or a related subdiscipline with college chemistry teaching experience as the “instructor of record” for the course. This is a full-time teaching position on a 9 month contract to begin Fall 2013. Primary teaching responsibilities will be for one
Please submit a curriculum vitae, a teaching statement addressing teaching experience, philosophy, and competencies, and a cover letter addressed to Dr. Jason G. Gillmore, search committee chair. Please submit all materials electronically as a single file in PDF format. A review of all completed applications will begin immediately . A subset of successful candidates will be asked to submit original graduate and undergraduate transcripts, three letters of recommendation, and a statement describing their fit to the mission of the college in early June.
Send applications to:firstname.lastname@example.org