This is a full-time, nine-month, non-tenure track teaching appointment to begin in spring 2018 for the department of Animal Biotech & Conservation. Position will teach course load within Animal Biotechnology and Biomedical Laboratory Management.
You must apply online to be considered.
Teach a broad offering of coursework and laboratories in laboratory animal care and use, good laboratory practice, biotechnology, PCR techniques, animal pathology and cell culture techniques
Collaborate with other faculty members to design and implement curricular updates relating to the core vision of the Department
Teach at various levels within the discipline
Remain current in the field
Recruit and advise students as needed
Post and maintain regular office hours
Serve on faculty committees as assigned or elected
Participate in professional development activities
Attend regularly scheduled faculty meetings, department meetings, and other required meetings
Assist with departmental needs and development including outcomes assessment
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned
The above job responsibilities are intended only to describe the general nature of the job and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of position responsibilities.
Delaware Valley University reserves the right to revise, change or modify job responsibilities and position qualifications as the need arises. This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.
Delaware Valley University is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to a diverse workforce.
Working Conditions and Frequently Used Tools:
Office, library, computer room
Typically sitting at a desk or table
Typically standing or walking
Occasionally lifting 25 lbs. or less
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Evidence of successful scholarship
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Commitment to undergraduate teaching and mentoring
Ongoing commitment to faculty development and scholarship
Required Education, Experience, and License:
Ph.D. or D.V.M. or equivalent
Specialization in Companion Animal or Laboratory Animal Species
Experience teaching coursework and laboratories at the undergraduate level in laboratory animal care and use, good laboratory techniques, biotechnology, PCR techniques, animal pathology and cell culture techniques preferred
Official transcripts required
Experience with online delivery of courses is preferred
Delaware Valley University is an exemplary, private institution of higher education founded in 1896 and located in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, the vibrant county seat of beautiful Bucks County. The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs in a variety of areas including the agricultural and environmental sciences, the life and physical sciences, and in business and humanities. We serv...e approximately 2,100 students, including 1,700 undergraduates and place an emphasis on both applied and theoretical learning and value individualized attention. Delaware Valley University is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to a diverse workforce.