DATE ANNOUNCED: September 2021
DEPARTMENT: Biochemistry, Chemistry and
POSITION: Assistant Professor of
STARTING DATE: Fall 2022
DEADLINE: Review of applications will
begin immediately and continue until position is filled.
Required: Doctorate in chemistry (ABD will be
considered). Qualifications and interest for teaching general
chemistry, analytical chemistry, instrumental methods, and a
willingness to support the distinctive mission of the College. A
successful candidate will contribute to the college’s undergraduate
biochemistry research program.
Preferred: Earned Doctorate by the start date;
successful college-level teaching experience. Preference given to
candidates with the ability to assist with instrument maintenance,
including an LC/MS.
Teach the equivalent of seven undergraduate courses (three in
Fall term, three in Winter term, and one in May term) from among
the following: General Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry,
Instrumental Methods, and Research Methods. The successful
candidate will also have interest and ability to teach non-major
and general education courses.
SALARY: Competitive for entry-level
CONTRACT: Nine-month, tenure-track
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Curriculum vita,
unofficial graduate and undergraduate transcripts, contact
information for three current references, and a letter of
application describing your teaching, scholarship, and service
experience/interests and how these will support the distinctive
mission and institutional learning outcomes of Wartburg College,
should be sent electronically to HR@wartburg.edu. For specific
inquiries, contact Daniel Black, Chair, Department of Biochemistry,
Chemistry and Engineering (http://www.wartburg.edu/chem/about.html)
or e-mail email@example.com. Wartburg College requires a
criminal background check for position finalists.