The successful candidate is expected to teach a variety of undergraduate courses for majors and non-majors which will include General Zoology, Design and Analysis, and courses in their area of expertise such as an upper level Invertebrate Zoology course. They will be responsible for developing an invertebrate teaching collection for the Department and an externally funded research program involving undergraduate students. In addition, they will be expected to assist in the development of research agendas and/or projects aligning with the mission and strategic plan of Cal U and enhancing the program agendas of the college and academic department. The successful applicant must be capable of and committed to teaching, community service and outreach, and to scholarship. The successful applicant must also have experience working with diverse populations. Additional responsibilities include involvement with departmental, college-wide, and university committees. Also, in accordance with the terms of the collective bargaining agreement between the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and APSCUF, the successful applicant might be assigned to perform work at off-campus sites, in the evening/weekend and/or provide instruction through distance education.
A Ph.D. in Zoology/Biology or related field is required by the time of employment, and college teaching experience is strongly preferred.