Plymouth State University invites applications for Teaching Lecturers in Anatomy & Physiology I and II lecture and lab for Fall of 2023 and Spring of 2024. All courses are taught 100% in person on Plymouth Stateâs main campus in Plymouth, NH.For lecture courses, at least a Masterâs degree in Biology, Health Science, Science Education or a related field and experience teaching at the high school or collegiate level is required. Experience teaching Anatomy & Physiology or a related course is preferred.For lab courses, a Bachelorâs degree with progress towards a Masters or Bachelors degree with experience teaching at the high school or collegiate level is required. Individuals with degrees in Biology, Health Science, Science Education, or a related field and/or experience teaching Anatomy & Physiology labs are preferred. Qualified applicants without experience will be considered and training provided upon hiring.Several positions are available for Fall 2023 and Spring 2024. Additional opportunities exist teaching Genetics labs and Introductory Biology labs. Please see the relevant listings at jobs.usnh.edu.All applicants must have eligibility to work in the U.S.
For lecture courses, at least a Masterâs degree in Biology, Health Science, Science Education or a related field and experience teaching at the high school or collegiate level is required.For lab courses, a Bachelorâs degree in a related field with progress towards a Masters OR a Bachelorâs degree in a related field with experience teaching at the high school or collegiate level is required.
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