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Assistant Professor of History

The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, a four-year undergraduate college of the University of Pittsburgh, invites applications for a non-tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of History, beginning August 2013.  Initial appointment is for three years and is renewable. PhD in History preferred, JD desirable, ABD considered; college teaching experience at the undergraduate level required.

Teaching load is four courses (12 credits) per semester. Teaching  responsibilities include US survey courses and upper-level courses in American History, preferably in Criminal Law/Justice; Legal/Constitutional History; or Civil Rights and Civil Liberties law and history.  Candidates should also exhibit enthusiasm for and proficiency in teaching undergraduates, show potential for research and professional development, and be willing to participate in all phases of departmental, divisional, and college activities.

The Department of History offers a four-year Bachelor of Arts degree in History and provides support for the general education curriculum.   

To apply, candidates should send current curriculum vitae; a statement about teaching and research interests as specifically related to Pitt-Johnstown and its program; current official undergraduate and graduate transcripts; and any materials related to their teaching experience, including recent course syllabi, assignments, and student opinion surveys. Applicants should also arrange to have three current original letters of reference sent directly to the search committee. All materials should be sent by January 15, 2013 to:

    Search Chair
    Department of History
    University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
    450 Schoolhouse Road
    Johnstown PA 15904

Candidate screening will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Pitt-Johnstown is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, and encourages women and minority group members to apply.