||Open until filled
||December 4, 2013
||Non tenure track
||Commensurate with experience
The primary focus of this program is teaching upper division courses online in Anthropology with an emphasis in Archaeology. The program provides university-level educational opportunities for people interested in attaining a solid background in Anthropology, as well as supporting NAUs delivery of a solid Liberal Studies (General Education) background. This position includes a 4/4 teaching load with some flexibility for revised assignment to meet other departmental needs. While this faculty member will report to the chair of the Arts and Sciences Division on the Yuma Branch Campus, there is an expectation that the successful candidate will serve as a mentor or anchor faculty in his/her location, while aiding in the delivery of a minor in Anthropology. Summer and winter teaching is available for additional compensation. Research is not an expectation for this position; however, a successful annual review is dependent on a demonstrated connectedness to the discipline, positive teaching reviews and department service. The successful candidate will serve as a resource to academic advisors and recruiters. Minimum Qualifications
: PhD in Anthropology conferred by August 1, 2014; the equivalent of at least six years (12 semesters) of university-level teaching (at least 6 credit hours per semester); the equivalent of at least three years (6 semesters) of teaching six or more credits on-line at the university-level. Annual Salary
: Commensurate with education and experience. Application Deadline
: This position will be open until filled or closed. Review of applications will begin January 2, 2014.
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