The Division of Politics, Philosophy and Public Affairs at the University of Washington Tacoma is hiring a temporary part-time lecturer in religious studies for the Spring 2020 Quarter. This is a non-tenure eligible position. In addition, this is a one-quarter non-renewable position beginning March 30, 2020. The candidate will teach an introductory religious studies class, either TRELIG 105 Introduction to Religious Studies, or TRELIG 210 Modern Theories of Religion.
Compensation is competitive with that of comparable positions and includes health insurance and retirement benefits.
Candidates must have demonstrated competence in teaching and must have earned at least a Master's degree or foreign equivalent in religious studies or a related field. The candidate must be US citizen or have visa status permitting employment in the US.
Applications will be accepted via Interfolio. To apply, please submit the following:
A curriculum vitae
A brief teaching statement with interests and experience
Three letters of recommendation
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Questions should be directed to Mary Hanneman (email@example.com) or Jane Compson (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications will be reviewed immediately and on a rolling basis, and the posting will remain open until filled.
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