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Assistant Professor of Philosophy: Thomistic Philosophy

Company:
Providence College
Job Location:
Providence, Rhode Island
Category:
Philosophy
Rank: Assistant Professor

Tenure Information: Tenure Track

Job Description

Providence College: The Department of Philosophy invites applications for the post of Assistant Professor (tenure-track), commencing September 2023.

Appointment at the rank of Associate Professor will be considered if appropriate. Ideal candidates will offer evidence of ability and willingness to teach Catholic seminarians according to the USCCB's guidelines for the philosophical formation of Catholic seminarians as set forth in the Program of Priestly Formation.

Prospective candidates should be supportive of the Department's commitment to the history of philosophy, willing to conduct interdisciplinary teaching in the College's Development of Western Civilization Program, and willing to teach service courses. Complete details on this position are available on the College web site at: https://careers.providence.edu.


Essential Duties

AOS: Thomistic Philosophy. AOC: Open. Teaching Load: 3/3.

Education and Experience Required

Candidates should possess a Ph.D. from an accredited institution and demonstrate excellence in undergraduate teaching, the ability to establish a scholarly research program, and a willingness to be active in service to the college and community.

Posting Number: F162P

Close Date: 11/07/2022

Full consideration of application if received by: 11/07/2022

Instructions to candidates

To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by November 7, 2022. Applicants must apply online at https://careers.providence.edu and submit a cover letter, CV, writing sample, teaching materials, unofficial graduate transcripts, and the names and email addresses of at least three reference providers who can submit letters of recommendation on their behalf (or the requisite Interfolio information). Cover letters should discuss the ability and willingness of candidates to teach Catholic seminarians according to the USCCB's guidelines for the philosophical formation of Catholic seminarians as set forth in the Program of Priestly Formation.

Inquiries should be addressed to Raymond Hain, Associate Professor and Chair of the Search Committee in Thomistic Philosophy at rhain@providence.edu.
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