Conveniently located in Morris County with easy access to Routes 287, 280, 80, 10, 24, and the Convent Station train station, Saint Elizabeth University which was established in 1899 by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth resides on 150 acres of picturesque rolling hills and lush woodlands. The University offers a quality education in the Catholic tradition with a firm foundation in the liberal arts and serves a diverse population, including the needs of women, students of color, those who lack adequate financial resources, and those who would benefit from a nurturing, supportive collegiate environment.
The Biology program at Saint Elizabeth University is seeking an Adjunct Instructor of Microbiology
. The qualified candidate will teach Microbiology Lecture and Lab for nursing majors. The candidate must be available during the evening. Essential Functions
Teaching Microbiology as an adjunct instructor for evening sections.Minimum Qualifications
Why Choose Saint Elizabeth University?
- Minimum master's degree in biology with expertise in microbiology.
- Experience teaching microbiology on the college level.
Saint Elizabeth University offers a positive work environment, dedicated leadership, faculty and staff who are committed to excellence in higher education, and competitive compensation. Important to Know:
The health and safety of students, faculty and staff are a University priority, and as such, we require mandatory vaccination against COVID-19. An exemption may be requested; and if approved, the University has a strictly enforced policy of testing twice per week as well as other practices intended to safeguard all those who learn, live, and work on campus. How to Apply
- Applications should consist of a cover letter, resume, proof of certifications and three professional references with email addresses and/or telephone numbers.
- Saint Elizabeth University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.