[ES_JOBS_NET] Lecturer Position in Hydrogeology at Appalachian State University

guchuanhui chuanhuigu at hotmail.com
Mon Dec 21 11:51:30 MST 2015

Lecturer Position
        The Department of Geology at Appalachian State
        University, Boone, North Carolina, invites applications for a
        full-time non-tenure-track
        position as a Lecturer beginning August 2016. This is a one-year
        that may be renewed pending funding availability and
        satisfactory performance. We
        seek a hydrogeologist or a person in a related
      discipline to support the
        teaching of laboratory sections of an upper-level undergraduate
        course and introductory laboratory courses for the 2016-2017
        academic year. The
        preferred candidate will have field and teaching
      experience in
      groundwater monitoring and testing and data analysis. The
      successful candidate
      will be expected to use the ASU Educational Wellfield in teaching
      hydrogeology laboratory. Other laboratory teaching will include
      physical geology,
      environmental geology, and an introductory hydrology course for
      non-majors. The candidate
        must have an M.S. degree or higher (Ph.D. preferred) at the time
        of appointment
        and must possess a strong commitment to undergraduate education.


        Applications must include a letter of interest, curriculum
        copies of transcripts of all college and university work
        (official copies due
        upon employment), and the names and contact information
        (including e-mail) of
        three referees familiar with the applicant’s teaching and
        scholarship. Send
        applications electronically to the Search Committee Chair (Dr.
        Chuanhui Gu, guc at appstate.edu).
        Review of completed applications will begin February 1, 2015 and
        will continue
        until the position is filled. Applicants will be notified via
        email upon
        receipt of completed applications.

        The Department of Geology at Appalachian State University has 16
        faculty members and more than 120 majors. The Department and
        College of Arts
        and Sciences possess an array of analytical equipment that
        supports the
        research of 11 tenure-track faculty. More information about the
        department is
        available at our website (geology.appstate.edu).  Appalachian State is a
        university located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North
        Carolina and is
        a member of the University of North Carolina System. 

        Appalachian State University is an Affirmative Action and Equal
        Opportunity Employer. The University does not discriminate in
        access to its
        educational programs and activities, or with respect to hiring
        or the terms and
        conditions of employment, on the basis of race, color, national
        religion, sex, gender identity and expression, political
        affiliation, age,
        disability, veteran status, genetic information or sexual
        orientation. The
        University actively promotes diversity among students and
        employees, is
        committed to its affirmative action plans, and seeks to deepen
        its applicant
        pools by attracting interest from a diverse group of qualified
        Individuals with disabilities may request accommodations in the
        process by contacting Dr. Chuanhui Gu at guc at appstate.edu or
        828-262-7859.  Any offer
        of employment to a successful
        candidate will be conditioned upon the University's receipt of a
        criminal background report. Documentation of identity and
        employability of the
        applicant will be required before the hiring process can be
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