Adjunct Faculty Pool - Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Physics

Open date: 
Friday, July 6, 2018
Position summary: 

Washington State University Vancouver Natural Sciences is seeking applications for Adjunct Faculty Instructors to teach laboratory sections in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Physics.  Applications will be kept on file and applicants will be contacted when an instructional position opens. 

Examples of possible courses are: Introductory Biology (Biol 106 or 107), Ecology (Biol 372), Principles of Chemistry (Chem 105 or 106), Introductory Environmental Science (SOE 110), and General Physics (Physics 101 or 102).  Laboratory instructors will be provided with course material, including a laboratory manual.

Minimum requirements: 

Candidates must possess a Master’s or Ph.D. terminal degree in a related discipline.  Preferred qualifications include experience teaching at a college level.  

Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to working with diverse student and community populations.  

To apply: 

Review of completed applications will occur on a rolling basis.  Applicants will be notified if a position commensurate with their background opens.

Interested applicants should send by email 1) a brief cover letter discussing training, experience, and background as related to the required and preferred qualifications, 2) curriculum vitae, 3) contact information for three references, and (4) evaluations of past teaching experience, if available to:

Informational inquiries can be directed to the Biology Program Leader, Mike Berger (

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