Claflin University

Assistant Professor of Biology (FT182)

Job Location(s) US-SC-Orangeburg
# of Openings
Assistant Professor
Full-Time Faculty/Regular


Claflin University seeks to hire a highly resourceful faculty member. We invite applications for this 9-month Tenure-Track position at the Assistant Professor rank. The successful candidate will teach lectures and labs and advise students in the Department of Biology at the undergraduate level. The incumbent should exemplify excellent teaching potential in general biology and in anatomy and physiology.  PhD in Biology, Molecular Biology, Anatomy and Physiology or who have completed a significant amount of requirements for the PhD. The incumbent will participate in faculty responsibilities related to undergraduate research, teaching, faculty development and service to the community.  Incumbent will also perform other related duties assigned by the Chair of the Biology Department and the Dean of the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. 



The successful candidate will hold an earned Ph.D. in Biological Sciences or closely related field with Post-Doctoral and/or teaching experience and will join a department committed to providing quality instruction and research opportunities to undergraduate students. Candidates should have exceptional teaching credentials.

SALARY:  Salary and rank commensurate with qualifications and experience.  



APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please send a letter of application, full curriculum vitae, brief statements of teaching philosophy and research interests; the names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least three references;  and copies of graduate transcripts (official transcripts will be required upon appointment) to: 

Dr. Gloria S. McCutcheon, Chair

Attention: Search Committee

Department of Biology 
School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics  
Claflin University 
400 Magnolia Street 
Orangeburg, SC 29115


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