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Biology Position- US Virgin Islands

Richard Hall rhall at uvi.edu
Mon Dec 8 16:41:30 EST 1997

The University of the Virgin Islands
Human Resourses Department Announcement
Faculty Employment Opportunity
St. Thomas Campus

Position:			Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology
Starting:			January 9, 1998
Deadline for Application:	December 15, 1997

Qualifications:	1) Ph.D. in Biology
		2) Experience in College Teaching
		3) Broad training in biological sciences and willingness to
design interdisciplinary
		    science classes suitable for all students is highly

Assignment:	Successful appointee will teach general biology, work on
general education reform,
		and teach biological science to non-majors.

Compensation and
Fringe Benefits:	The salary for this faculty position is from
$32,213-45,260 for the academic year,
		depending on qualifications and experience.  Benefits
include liberal TIAA-CREF or
		Virgin Islands Government retirement plan, and a
comprehensive group medical and
		dental insurance program.

Travel and Shipping
Allowance:	If applicable, economy jet fare to St. Thomas for the
appointee and immediate family
		and a shipping allowance of up to 1,250 will be paid by the
University upon
		presentation of receipts.

Proceedures:	A letter of application, up-to-date resume, official
college transcripts, and three
		letters of recommendation should be addressed to:

		Dr. Denis Paul
		Vice President for Academic Affairs
		University of the Virgin Islands
		No. 2 John Brewers Bay
		St. Thomas, USVI 00802

		or e-mail letter of application and resume to vpaa at uvi.edu

UVI is an AA, EEO, and ADA employer and educator.

Interested individuals with a disability, please contact Warren Petty or
Desserie Smith at (340)-693-1427 or (340)-693-1426.

Richard Hall
Comparative Animal Physiologist
Division of Sciences and Mathematics
University of the Virgin Islands
St. Thomas, USVI  00802

rhall at uvi.edu

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