Assistant/Associate Professor, Mathematics
Posting Number: WPU0046817
William Peace University is a nationally-ranked, award-winning institution located in one of the best cities in the United States in downtown Raleigh, NC. WPU provides a culture that values diversity, fosters an energized team environment, builds on our strengths, promotes creativity and innovation, and encourages inclusiveness, respect, and open communication by leading with our actions. Our mission is to prepare our students for careers in the organizations of tomorrow. The ideal candidate will have the ability to embrace the five core values, mission, and vision of William Peace University. Join our team and see why William Peace University was voted one of the Triangle's Best Places to Work in 2017! Follow your passion and make an impact at WPU.
Department: Sciences and Mathematics
Purpose of Department
The Department of Sciences and Mathematics is dedicated to providing a quality education in order to prepare students for their chosen careers or post-graduate studies.
Summary of Position
William Peace University seeks candidates for a non-tenure track Assistant/Associate Professor of Mathematics beginning Fall 2024. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, a desire to work closely with college students, an appreciation for and experience teaching diverse student populations, and an appreciation for being a part of a department that serves non-mathematics majors and the general education of students. We seek a generalist with experience teaching undergraduate, introductory-level college mathematics courses including algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, finite mathematics and introductory statistics. Additional responsibilities include student advising, service on campus-wide committees, and working with students outside of class.
Essential duties and responsibilities
- Teach three 4-credit classes per semester (total 12 credit hours)
- Student advising
- Service on faculty and university-wide committees
- Maintain active professional development activities
- Work effectively with a diverse population of students, faculty, staff, and community members
- Master's degree in Mathematics
- Two years college teaching experience
- Evidence of teaching effectiveness