Employment

Assistant Dean for Administration and Finance

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Biological Sciences Lecturer

The University of Wisconsin – Rock County and the UW Colleges Department of Biological Sciences invites applications for one full-time or two part-time biological sciences lecturer(s) for the 2014-2015 academic year. The initial appointment will be for Fall 2014, with the potential to continue in Spring 2015.

Qualifications

Masters degree or higher in Biological Sciences or related discipline.  Preference will be given to candidates with successful college teaching experience. 

Responsibilities

Teach General Survey of Microbiology and Concepts of Biology, and Genetics (lecture and labs), hold appropriate office hours, and attend orientation activities. Courses and schedule are listed below. 

Starting Date

Contract starts August 25, 2014. Classes begin September 2, 2014.  Campus orientation is scheduled within the contract period.

 Compensation

Depending on qualifications and number of contact hours taught, the position pays approximately $1043-1143 per contact hour.   Some appointment levels may qualify candidates for health care and other benefits.  More information is available at:  http://www.uwsa.edu/hr/benefits/

 Application

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To apply, submit the following:
1.  A cover letter that relates your teaching philosophy to your experience and qualifications

2.  Your vita
3.  Unofficial transcripts

4.  Statement of preference regarding confidentiality.  There is no penalty to applicants who wish to have their applications held in confidence. 

5.  Names and phone numbers of three references

Send by email to:  Dr. Tricia Clasen, Tricia.Clasen@uwc.edu, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, and to Tom Klubertanz, Tom.h.Klubertanz@uwc.edu, Biology Department Chair, University of Wisconsin – Rock County, 2909 Kellogg Ave, Janesville, WI 53546.  Please direct questions about this position to Dr. Clasen at the email address above, or by phone to 608.758.6565x325.

A criminal background check is a condition of employment. UW-Rock County is an AA/EO employer and encourages women, members of minority groups and veterans to apply.

 Posting

This notice will be posted on the UW Colleges employment website at:  http://www.uwc.edu/jobs/faculty/ and at the UW-Rock County employment website at:

http://www.rock.uwc.edu/aboutus/employment/

The Campus

The University of Wisconsin–Rock County, one of 13 freshman-sophomore transfer institutions of the University of Wisconsin, is nestled on 50 rolling acres adjacent to the Rock River on Janesville’s southwest side. The campus offers a highly respected academic program, serving more than 1,000 students from the surrounding communities in a college environment that provides small classes and individual attention.

Courses Open for Fall 2014

BIO 101: Concepts of Biology (5 cr)

            Lecture:           TR       1-2:15

            Lab:                 R         2:30-5:20

            Discussion:      W        2:30-3:20

Bio 251:  General Survey of Microbiology (5 cr)

            Lecture:           TR       11-12:15

            Lab:                 T          2:30-4:30

            Discussion:      W        12-12:50

Course Descriptions

BIO 101 Concepts of Biology 5 cr

An introduction to the fundamental principles of living organisms. Includes cell and tissue structure, growth, basic physiological processes, reproduction and inheritance, classification, evolution and ecology. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips.

BIO 211 Genetics 3-4 cr

 Laws of variation and heredity and their modification by environment, genetic engineering, and chromosome behavior with emphasis on human genetics. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips. Prereq: Introductory BIO course.

BIO 251 General Survey of Microbiology 

(Previously BAC 201) Survey of micro-organisms and their activities; emphasis on structure, taxonomy, function, ecology, nutrition, physiology, pathology and genetics. Survey of applied microbiology: agricultural, medical, industrial, environmental and food. The laboratory is an introduction to standard techniques and procedures in general microbiology. Lecture, lab, and may also include demonstrations, discussion and field trips. Prereq: CHE 125 recommended; BIO 101, BIO 162, or BIO 171 required, or cons. instr. 

Chemistry Lecturer

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Rock County in Janesville invites application for a part-time lecturer of Chemistry for the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters.

Qualifications

Candidate should have at least a Master’s of Science degree in Chemistry or a very closely related discipline.  Teaching experience at the university level is strongly desired. 

Responsibilities

Fall:     Teach 3.4 contact hours of lab sections for CHE 125

Spring:  Teach 3.4 contact hours of lab sections for CHE 145.

Course descriptions can be found at: http://www.uwc.edu/catalog/

Start Date

The Fall contract begins on August 25th, 2014.  Classes begin September 2nd, 2014.

Compensation

Depending on qualifications and number of credit hours taught, the position pays $964-1105 per contact hour.

Application

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. To apply, submit the following:

1. A cover letter that relates your teaching philosophy to your experience and qualifications
2. Curriculum vita
3. Unofficial transcripts
4. Statement of preference regarding confidentiality. There is no penalty to applicants who wish to have their applications held in confidence.
5. Names and phone numbers of three references

Send your application by email to BOTH:

Dr. Tricia Clasen (tricia.clasen@uwc.edu), Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, UW-Rock Co.
Dr. Caroline Geary ( caroline.geary@uwc.edu ) , Chemistry Department Chair

Please direct questions about this position to Dr. Clasen at the email address above, or by phone at 608.758.6565 x325.

A criminal background check is a condition of employment. UW-Rock County is an AA/EO employer and encourages women, members of minority groups and veterans to apply.

Posting

This notice will be posted on the UW-Colleges employment website at: http://www.uwc.edu/jobs/faculty/ and at the UW-Rock County employment website at:

http://rock.uwc.edu/aboutus/employment/.

The Campus

The University of Wisconsin–Rock County, one of 13 freshman-sophomore transfer institutions of the University of Wisconsin, is nestled on 50 rolling acres adjacent to the Rock River on Janesville’s southwest side. The campus offers a highly respected academic program, serving more than 1,200 students from the surrounding communities in a college environment that provides small classes and individual attention. 

Continuing Education Instructors

The UW-Rock County Office of Continuing Education seeks instructors for our non-credit continuing education programs for youth and adults. If you have a special expertise you want to share or if you have the desire to teach, this could be your opportunity. We have special need in our personal growth and children's programming, which may include workshops, a series of classes, training sessions, exercise programs, educational activities for kids or other opportunities for the public to learn about a variety of topics from art to history, languages to computer applications. To propose teaching a course, please see the bottom of the Continuing Education Registration page.

Physics and Astronomy Lecturer

The Department of Computer Science, Engineering, Physics and Astronomy at the University of Wisconsin-Rock County in Janesville invites application for a lecturer of Physics and Astronomy for the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters.

Qualifications

Candidate should have at least a Master’s of Science degree in Physics, Astronomy or a very closely related discipline.  Teaching experience at the university level is strongly desired. 

Responsibilities

Fall:     PHY 141 is a 4-credit algebra-based physics course.  The course is scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays 9-10:15 AM and Tuesdays from 2:30-5:20 for lab.

Spring:  PHY 142 is a 4 credit-algebra-based physics course.  The course is scheduled for Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:30-1:45 PM and Thursday from 2:30-5:20 for lab.

Course descriptions can be found at: http://uwc.edu/catalog/

Start Date

The Fall contract begins on August 26th, 2014.  Classes begin September 6th, 2014.  Orientation will be scheduled within the contract period.

Compensation

Depending on qualifications and number of credit hours taught, the position pays $1032 – 1183  per contact hour.

Application

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. To apply, submit the following:

1. A cover letter that relates your teaching philosophy to your experience and qualifications
2. Curriculum vita
3. Unofficial transcripts
4. Names and phone numbers of three references

Send your application by email to BOTH:

  • Dr. Tricia Clasen (Tricia.Clasen@uwc.edu ), Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, UW-Rock County.
  • Mech Johnson ( mech.johnson@uwc.edu ) , Department Chair – Computer Science, Engineering, Physics and Astronomy, UW-Colleges

Please direct questions about this position to Dr. Tricia Clasen at the email address above, or by phone at 608.758.6565 x325.

A criminal background check is a condition of employment. UW-Rock County is an AA/EO employer and encourages women, members of minority groups and veterans to apply.

Posting

This notice will be posted on the UW-Colleges employment website at: http://uwc.edu/jobs/faculty/ and at the UW-Rock County employment website at:
http://rock.uwc.edu/aboutus/employment/.

The Campus

The University of Wisconsin–Rock County, one of 13 freshman-sophomore transfer institutions of the University of Wisconsin, is nestled on 50 rolling acres adjacent to the Rock River on Janesville’s southwest side. The campus offers a highly respected academic program, serving more than 1,200 students from the surrounding communities in a college environment that provides small classes and individual attention. 

Spanish Lecturer 

The World Language Department at the University of Wisconsin–Rock County invites applications for a Spanish lecturer for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015.  We have 6 credit hours available for Fall 2014, and 4 credits for Spring 2015 for a 40-60% appointment. 

Qualifications

Master's degree or higher in Spanish.  Preference will be given to candidates with successful college teaching experience. 

Responsibilitites

Teach Composition & Conversation and Native Speaker Spanish and Latin American Culture & Civilization (taught in English) courses, hold appropriate office hours, and attend orientation activities.  Courses and schedule are listed below, and posted online

Starting Date

Contract starts August 25, 2014. Classes begin September 2, 2014.  Staff orientation is scheduled within the contract period.

Compensation

Depending on qualifications and number of credit hours taught, the position pays approximately $1204-1382 per credit hour. Some appointment levels may qualify candidates for health care and other benefits.  More information is available at:  http://www.uwsa.edu/hr/benefits/

Application

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.  To apply, submit the following:

  1.  A cover letter that relates your teaching philosophy to your experience and qualifications
  2. Your vita
  3. Unofficial transcripts
  4. Statement of preference regarding confidentiality.  There is no penalty to applicants who wish to have their applications held in confidence. 
  5. Names and phone numbers of three references

Send by email or mail to:  Dr. Tricia Clasen (Tricia.Clasen@uwc.edu), Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Wisconsin – Rock County, 2909 Kellogg Ave, Janesville, WI 53546.  Please direct questions about this position to Dr. Clasen at the email address above, or by phone to 608.758.6565 x740 or x325.

A criminal background check is a condition of employment. UW-Rock County is an AA/EO employer and encourages women, members of minority groups and veterans to apply.

Posting

This notice will be posted on the UW-Colleges employment website at:  http://uwc.edu/jobs/faculty/ and at the UW-Rock County employment website at:

http://rock.uwc.edu/aboutus/employment/

The Campus

The University of Wisconsin–Rock County, one of 13 freshman-sophomore transfer institutions of the University of Wisconsin, is nestled on 50 rolling acres adjacent to the Rock River on Janesville’s southwest side. The campus offers a highly respected academic program, serving more than 1,000 students from the surrounding communities in a college environment that provides small classes and individual attention.

Courses Open for Fall 2014

SPA 201:  Third Semester Spanish, 4 cr., MTWR 10:30-11:20AM

SPA 236:  The Culture and Civilization of Latin America, 2 cr., MW 1-1:50PM

 Courses Open for Spring of 2015

SPA 225: Intermediate Conversation and Composition, 3 cr., MTW 2:30-3:20PM

SPA 227: Spanish for Spanish-Speakers, 1 cr., MWR 2:30-3:20PM