The New York University Department of Biology invites applications for up to three Postdoc Lecturers, to begin September 1st 2021. These are one-year appointments for those holding a PhD from NYU.
Responsibilities will include teaching the equivalent of three courses per semester (six per year), grading and holding office hours with students. The Postdoc Lecturers will likely be running 6 recitations per semester in introductory undergraduate courses such as Molecular & Cellular Biology and Principles of Biology. However, we would also consider a Postdoc Lecturer teaching a stand-alone course in addition to recitations, depending on the Department's teaching needs.
The salary for this 9 month position is $50,000. Postdoc Lecturers are eligible for NYU healthcare benefits.
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Successful applicants should already be effective undergraduate Biology teachers. Eligible candidates must have received their PhD from NYU no more than three years before September 1st 2021.
Applications should include a CV that highlights their teaching experience, a short teaching statement and three references. Since diversity and inclusion are central to our mission, the teaching statement should include efforts that the applicant has taken to create equity and inclusion while teaching. Additional information can be found on the Arts & Sciences Diversity Statements webpage.
Please apply via Interfolio. Completed applications must be received by July 28th.
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