Full-Time Faculty Positions
The University of North Carolina at Asheville is seeking applicants for full-time positions in the following departments:
Physics - tenure-track Assistant Professor of Physics (web version also available)
Posted 7/23/14, deadline 11/18/14 or until position is filled
Political Science - tenure-track Assistant Professor in Methods and Comparative Politics
Posted 7/1/14, deadline 8/15/14
Psychology - tenure-track Assistant Professor in Clinical/Counseling Psychology
Posted 7/1/14, review begins 10/1/14 until position is filled
Economics - tenure-track Assistant Professor (2 positions available)
Posted 6/22/14, interviews begin July 2014, deadline 10/15/14
Education - tenure-track Assistant Professor in STEM Education
Posted 6/10/14, active until filled
Economics - Visiting Lecturer
Posted 5/15/14, active until filled
Biology - Assistant Professor
Posted 12/12/13, active until filled
Posted 10/23/2013, active until filled
Adjunct (Part-Time) Faculty Positions
None listed at this time.
Adjunct faculty needs are determined within each individual department. Positions are requested from and approved by the appropriate program area Dean each academic semester. The typical adjunct teaches one or two courses for a total of 6-8 semester hours. Teaching loads of greater than 8 semester hours must be approved by the appropriate Dean and the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Applications and contracts are handled by the Administrative Assistant in the Office of the Deans. Adjunct faculty are not eligible for employee benefits.
For information on whether an adjunct position is available, please contact the chair of the appropriate department. Contact information is available through the academic department websites.
About UNC Asheville
Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, UNC Asheville has been designated The Liberal Arts University of the University of North Carolina System and is a founding member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC). The University takes pride in offering a quality education to its select 3000-plus undergraduates, and is a national leader in promoting undergraduate research (URP). Class size is small, and a distinguished faculty enthusiastically supports the liberal arts model of combining teaching with scholarship. UNC Asheville also offers an awarding winning core curriculum, the Integrative Liberal Studies Program (ILS), and a interdisciplinary Master of Liberal Arts degree (MLA). The University is committed to serving the community in ways that complement its educational mission of promoting humane values in thought and action.
UNC Asheville, an equal opportunity employer, encourages women and minorities to apply.