Department:Oregon Institute of Marine Biology Rank:Instructor Annual Basis:9 Month
Review of Applications Begins Applications will be reviewed as needs arise.
Special Instructions to Applicants Complete applications must include the following: 1. Statement of interest including teaching philosophy 2. Curriculum vitae 3. Three professional references
Department Summary The Oregon Institute of Marine Biology is the University of Oregon's outpost at the edge of the Pacific Ocean, and supports teaching, graduate training, and research in marine biology. The OIMB currently includes 6 professors and their research groups, graduate and undergraduate students, staff and employees.
Position Summary The University of Oregon's Institute of Marine Biology maintains a pool of applicants for temporary instructional positions during the Institute's spring and summer session. For Spring 2019 we are interested in applicants to teach a 12-week Marine Ecology course. Areas occasionally needed in Summer are marine birds and mammals, biology of fishes, invertebrate zoology, and short courses in marine biological invasions, marine biodiversity, seaweed biology, ocean acidification and biological illustration. Courses may be taught in other terms of the year.
Positions are limited duration appointments potentially renewable for up to a total of three years. In limited circumstances, there is the possibility of renewal beyond three years based on programmatic need, funding and performance.
Information on the Institution spring and summer session is at https://oimb.uoregon.edu/. Candidates who promote and enhance diversity are strongly desired.
Minimum Requirements A Ph.D with strength in marine biology is required for all positions with the exception of the 2-credit short courses that require a MSc and significant experience.
In exceptional circumstances, significant professional experience may substitute for an advanced degree.
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