Please upload the following items as one PDF document as your application to the University of Michigan job posting website:
A cover letter addressing your specific interest in the position and experience that directly relates to this position.
A current CV.
Evidence of teaching excellence. Ideally, this would include one or more letter(s) of recommendation.
The Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology is seeking applications for a 66.67% LEO Lecturer I position teaching MCDB 310, Introductory Biochemistry. The appointment is for Summer Half Term 2018 only (July 1 – August 31, 2018). Please note classes begin Wednesday, June 27, 2018.
Terms and conditions of employment for this position as posted are subject to the provisions of a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the University of Michigan and the Lecturers Employee Organization.
The candidate must hold a Ph.D. in Biology or a closely related field and be knowledgeable in the topics covered in the course MCDB 310 “Introductory Biochemistry” offered by the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology at the University of Michigan.
Qualified candidates should be fluent in the area of expertise and exhibit evidence of excellent teaching skills.
The appointment opportunity has been approved by the academic unit, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology.
This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement between the U-M and the Lecturers Employee Organization, AFL-CIO, which contains and settles all matters with respect to wages, benefits, hours and other terms and conditions of employment.
Application deadline is Friday, January 19, 2018.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
A great university is made so by its faculty and staff, and Michigan is recognized as one of the best universities to work for in the country. The Michigan culture is known for engaging faculty and staff in all facets of the university to create a workplace that is vibrant and stimulating.For two consecutive years, the Chronicle of Higher Education has placed U-M in its "Great Colleges to Work For..." survey. In particular, the university earns high marks for strong relations between faculty and administrators, a collaborative system of governance, strong pay and benefits, and a healthy work/life balance.