Warren Wilson College invites applications for a one year half-time position in Sociology beginning in July, 2019. This is a one year, fixed term position. The position involves teaching two courses (8 credits) each semester. The specific courses will be based on student interest and the applicant’s strengths and experience, and will be determined in consultation with the Department of Sociology of Anthropology. The area of specialization is open, but successful candidates should have some teaching experience and be able to teach both upper and lower level electives. Candidates who can teach courses related to Gender and Women’s Studies topics and those with experience teaching in a liberal arts setting are preferred. While a finished Ph.D. is preferable, we will also consider candidates with an MA.
Interested candidates should apply electronically and should include in their application a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and two professional letters of reference.
The cover letter should describe how the position aligns with the candidate's expertise and interests and explain how, as a teacher, scholar, mentor, or community member, the candidate would contribute to Warren Wilson College's commitment to diversity and inclusion. Electronic submission is required. Review of applications will begin on February 15 and will continue until the search concludes but priority will be given to candidates who apply by February 15.
ABOUT WARREN WILSON COLLEGE
Warren Wilson College is an independent liberal arts college located on a beautiful 1135-acre campus in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the edge of Asheville, North Carolina. The college’s educational model integrates academics, campus work, and community engagement for a rich, challenging student experience. We seek individuals with a genuine interest in our unique approach to education, and a willingness to fully participate in the life of the college.
We desire a diverse faculty and a community that reflects a global outlook. WWC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, age, marital status, or disability.