Adjunct at BYU Summer 2015

By January 23, 2015

Our friends in the Religion Department (Church History and Doctrine) at BYU are hiring adjunct faculty to teach a Doctrine and Covenants course this SUMMER term.

Adjunct Faculty–Church History & Doctrine Summer 2015 A http://yjobs.byu.edu/postings/5862
Adjunct Faculty—Church History & Doctrine Summer 2015 B http://yjobs.byu.edu/postings/5864

Because of our ongoing development of new curriculum, you will note that we only have two openings, both of which we anticipate will be in teaching the Doctrine and Covenants. Additionally, you will find that the two openings are identical. This is because the university’s hiring process only allows us to hire one person for each posting. Therefore, if you choose to apply, we advise you to apply to both so that you can be considered for both.

Feel free to contact me or any member of the Search Committee (Richard Holzapfel, Ken Alford, Michael Goodman, and J. B. Haws) with questions.

Sincerely,
Scott Esplin
Associate Department Chair

Position Title: Adjunct Faculty–Church History & Doctrine Summer 2015 A (150016FAC)

Posting Number: 150016FAC

Desired Beginning Date: Summer Term 2015

Department: Church History & Doctrine

Number of Positions to be Filled: 1

Job Type: Part Time

Job Category: Faculty

Job Duration: Summer Term Only

Work Location: Main Campus (Provo)

Qualifications: Master’s degree complete; previous experience and demonstrated competence in teaching college-level religion courses; must be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Duties/Responsibilities: Teach assigned Doctrine and Covenants classes or other classes as assigned; counsel with students on course related matters.

Background Check Required: Yes

Close Date: 02/05/2015

Open Until Filled: No

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Comments

  1. This is unusual. First, when the department some years back said, “no more test driving graduate students with summer teaching.” And second, when they *were* doing it, there was no open call.

    Comment by Ben S — January 30, 2015 @ 9:19 pm

  2. Ben: they’ve done this every year for about 5 years.

    Comment by Ben P — January 31, 2015 @ 8:51 am

  3. Ah. I wonder if the two halves of the department are handling things differently, if I’ve simply quit paying attention, or if I’m just getting old.

    Comment by Ben S — January 31, 2015 @ 10:58 am


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