Would you like to work for Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences?
For AY 2020, the Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences is authorized to hire the following full and/or part-time, non-tenure track faculty:
Assistant Lecturer (6)– The educational requirements for the assistant lecturer are: a) have a terminal or Master level degree in Recreation, Park and Tourism, or in a related field to the one in which the faculty member will teach, or b) have a Bachelor level degree in the field, or in a related field to the one in which the faculty member will teach, plus either three years of practice in the field, or special licensure or certification in the field that is supportive of the teaching goals of the program. Duties are primarily teaching.
Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (3)– The education requirements for the lecturer are: In addition to meeting a or b listed above (assistant lecturer) the lecturer should have either three years of teaching at the college level or three years of professional experience in the field in which they are teaching, or a combination of the two. (Teaching experience may have been acquired at the graduate assistant level) Duties are primarily teaching.
Instructional (Assistant/Associate or Full) Professor (3)– The education requirements for the Instructional positions are a Doctorate in a relevant field with up to two years of experience for Assistant/Associate and 6+ years for Professor. Duties are teaching, required to make contributions to either the area of scholarly research, creative work or the area of service.
Visiting (Assistant/Associate or Full) Professor (2)– The education requirements for the Instructional positions are a Doctorate in a relevant field with up to two years of experience for Assistant/Associate and 6+ years for Professor. Duties are primarily teaching.
(Assistant/Associate or Professor) of the Practice (1)– Appointed because of skills and expertise acquired in nonacademic careers. Are principally engaged in teaching and are not expected to be significantly involved in research activities. Duties are primarily teaching.
All non-tenure track position openings are subject to budgetary availability, student enrollment, programmatic needs and turnover rates.
To apply please send your curriculum vitae to Debbie Barnes at Deborah.firstname.lastname@example.org either via email or at the address on our homepage. Please include a letter of interest describing your areas of expertise, highest academic degree, teaching experience, and other relevant information.
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