Job Description

The Department of Biology at Worcester State University invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in Human Biology to begin September 1, 2020.  Teaching responsibilities include Human Biology, Anatomy and Physiology and introductory organismal biology, as well as developing upper level courses in the candidate’s specialty.  Opportunities to teach at the graduate level are also available.  The candidate will be expected to engage in scholarly activities and will be strongly encouraged to involve undergraduate students in research.

Required Qualifications

  • Ph.D conferred by August 31, 2020
  • Expertise in human biology or biological anthropology

Preferred Qualifications

  • Ability to teach Histology or Endocrinology
  • Post-doctoral (or equivalent) experience

Additional Information

Salary and rank commensurate with education and experience.

Worcester State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer which seeks to reflect the diversity of its community.

Application Instructions

All applicants must apply online at: http://worcester.interviewexchange.com

Necessary documents for submission include a CV, Letter of Interest, Letter of Teaching Philosophy and Research Statement, samples of teaching evaluations if available and 3 letters of recommendation signed and dated within six months of job posting date.

All supporting documents should be uploaded to your application; information which cannot be uploaded may be faxed to 508-929-8169 or sent to the following address:

Director of Human Resources

Worcester State University

486 Chandler Street

Worcester, MA  01602-2597

About Worcester State University

WORCESTER STATE UNIVERSITY is a vibrant public university located in the residential west side of Worcester, Massachusetts, the second largest city in New England and home to 38,000 college students at more than a dozen colleges and universities. Situated on a compact 58-acre campus, the University offers 50 undergraduate and graduate academic programs to more than 6,400 students annually. The Princeton Review ranks us as one of the 75 "Best Value" public colleges in the country, as well as a "Best in the Northeast" college.