Teaching Faculty - Department of Humanities and Social Sciences - Rhetoric and Composition
- Colorado School of Mines
- Location details
- Colorado, United States
- 57,000-63,300 Yearly Salary
- Position type
- Organization type
- 4-year college or university
- Employment category
The Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Department (HASS) at the Colorado School of Mines is looking for a non-tenure-track Teaching Assistant Professor who can teach Composition and Rhetoric or a related field. Teaching faculty at Colorado School of Mines fully participate in department and university governance and have opportunities for promotion.
The successful candidate will teach required HASS courses (primarily HASS 100 Nature and Human Values, a first-year writing course focused on environmental and engineering ethics) and elective courses in Communication, Technical Writing, Rhetorical Approaches, Rhetorical Analysis, and more, depending on the particular expertise of the candidate. Candidates with expertise in the following areas are highly encouraged to apply: Composition and Rhetoric, Communication Studies, and Technical Writing. Candidates should be prepared to develop innovative classes using a variety of delivery methods. We are particularly interested in candidates with a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching first-year writing.
Communication skills are central to almost every element of Mines students' professional lives, from making proposals, writing reports, to working on teams, so a faculty member who brings expertise in this area will have the broadest impact on the Mines mission.
As a department and university, we are committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion and we seek candidates who share this commitment. We particularly welcome applications from candidates with varied life experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds. Candidates from historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Contact Paula Farca @email@example.com with any questions about this opportunity.
- The candidate must hold a PhD (or equivalent terminal degree) or a Masters degree with 5 or more years professional experience in Composition and Rhetoric, Communications Studies, or Technical Writing.
- Experience teaching Composition and Rhetoric at the university level.
Applicants will be asked to complete an online application (personal information, demographic information, references, veterans status). References will not be contacted until later in the selection process and you will be informed before that contact is made. Interested applicants should apply online as soon as possible. For full consideration, applications should be received by January 15, 2021. Applications will continue to be considered until the position is filled.
Applicants should submit a 1. cover letter detailing the requirements of the position, 2. a C.V., 3. a teaching philosophy statement, including examples of teaching effectiveness (that should not exceed 2 double-spaced pages), and 4. a diversity statement (that should not exceed 2 double-spaced pages).
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