Part-Time Lecturer - Department of Forensic and Investigative Science
| West Virginia University|
United States, West Virginia, Morgantown
|September 08, 2023|
The Department of Forensic and Investigative Science () at West Virginia University invites applications for part-time Lecturer positions to teach undergraduate courses in the Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters of 2023. Areas of need include, may not be limited to Introduction to Microscopy, Latent Fingerprint Examination, Crime Scene Investigation, Firearm and Toolmark Examination, Forensic Toxicology, Forensic Drug Analyses, Forensic Arson Chemistry, Forensic Trace Analyses, Forensic Serology and DNA analyses.
These positions require a master's or doctoral degree in Forensic and Investigative Science or a closely related discipline, evidence of ability to teach effectively at the undergraduate level, and expertise related to the course(s) to be taught.
Applications will be accepted throughout the year and will be considered as openings arise. Salary is established on a per-course basis. While these positions are not anticipated to be benefits-eligible, individual positions may become benefits-eligible based on course load - which may vary depending on departmental need.
Please submit a single PDF file with (a) a letter of application summarizing your teaching qualifications, (b) your curriculum vitae, and (c) contact information for two individuals who can provide letters of recommendation.
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