Simpson College anticipates part-time openings in the day, evening, and weekend programs to teach in the following areas:
Biology – Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (Biol 230), during the Fall 2013 term. Course Description: A comparative study of vertebrate form and function through the perspectives of adaptation, behavior, development, evolution and biomechanical principles of movement. Anatomical dissection of a range of vertebrate animals will allow each major body system to be compared across vertebrates. Course must be suitable for sophomore- and junior-level undergraduate biology majors. Course will meet for 3 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab each week.
Principles of Biology I Laboratories (Biol 110L), 2 sections during the Fall 2013 term. This introductory biology laboratory, for majors, meets for 3 hours each week.
Computer Science – Anticipated one-year appointment to teach coursework in Management of Information Systems, Database Systems, Advanced Database Systems and Web Development, with the possibility of starting Spring or Fall of the 2013-14 academic year. The successful candidate will have experience and be able to teach in the following areas: MS Access, Excel, MIS concepts, Java, PHP, Java Script, Web Security, HTML and CSS.
History – Accepting applications for the general adjunct pool; particularly in the area of American History and Western Civilization.
Sports Science & Health Ed – SpSc 253: This course will focus on the principles of sport finance and economics in our current society. Such topics will include budget development and management, fund raising, financial theories and current practical applications of sport income and expenditures. Offered fall, MWF.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, their resume and contact information for three professional references to: Director of Human Resources, Simpson College, 701 North C Street, Indianola, IA 50125, or by e-mail to email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.
Simpson has a strong commitment to achieving diversity among faculty, staff, and students. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from members of underrepresented groups.