Duties: Nine-month, non-tenure track mathematics instructor position; teaching load will typically be 15 hours each semester with the possibility of summer employment; courses taught would primarily include College Algebra, Math Literacy, Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus, as well as developmental courses, including Transitional Math, Intermediate Algebra, and co-requisite courses, and other duties as assigned; ability to teach calculus is a plus. Expectations of the position include demonstrated interest in increasing competence through professional development opportunities. The appointment is renewable annually, based on review of teaching performance.
Qualifications: Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in mathematics required; comprehensive classroom instruction to students from diverse backgrounds and abilities is required; prior experience in teaching math at the secondary or college level and experience teaching developmental math for adult learners preferred; possess appropriate computer skills, including the ability to use stand-alone or web-based courseware and other teaching tools. All SAU faculty and staff demonstrate a commitment to inclusion and diversity of the University community and excellence in interpersonal behaviors and effective collaboration with colleagues. Joining the SAU family requires a commitment to our culture of Continuous Quality Improvement.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, three current recommendation letters with contact information, complete undergraduate and graduate transcripts (unofficial accepted), and a one page description of teaching philosophy that touches on both regular and developmental math education to HR@saumag.edu or the Office of Human Resources, Southern Arkansas University, 100 E. University, MSC 9288, Magnolia, AR 71753. AA/EEO. Non-listed references may be contacted. Review of applications will begin one week after the job is posted and continue until the position is filled.