Teaching Lecturer Opportunities

Applications for teaching lecturer positions should be sent directly to the Provost’s Office (address listed below). Please do not send application materials for these positions to Human Resources.

A variety of non-benefited, part-time faculty teaching opportunities available.

College of Arts & Sciences (CAS)
Art
Atmospheric Sciences & Chemistry: Meteorology
Biological Sciences
Communication & Media Studies
Computer Science & Technology
English
Environmental Science & Policy
History & Philosophy
Language & Linguistics: Applied Linguistics, Arabic, Spanish, French, German, ASL, TESOL
Mathematics
Music/Theatre/Dance
Psychology
Social Science: Anthropology, History, Sociology, Geography
College of Education Health & Human Services (CEHHS)
Counselor Education & School Psych
Criminal Justice
Health & Human Performance
Nursing
Social Work
College of Business Administration (CoBA)
Business

Qualifications:

Candidates should have a Master’s Degree and experience in their area of interest. University level teaching experience is preferred.

Teaching Lecturer Application

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Apply to:

Candidates should send

  1. a cover letter that describes their teaching area of interest; identifies how their qualifications are applicable to the position applied for
  2. a completed PSU employment application
  3. a curriculum vitae
  4. names and telephone numbers of three professional references to:

Plymouth State University
Office of the Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs
MSC #3 17 High Street
Plymouth, NH 03264

Questions regarding teaching lecturer positions should be directed to the Provost’s Office at (603) 535-2230.

Application Deadline:

Applications will be accepted on an on-going basis.

Plymouth State University (PSU) is one of three campuses in the University System of New Hampshire.  As a Carnegie Master’s I Institution, PSU hosts about 3,500 full-time undergraduate students and 1,000 part-time and graduate students.  Located in the scenic heart of the Lakes and White Mountain Region of New Hampshire, the residential campus is easily accessible from the state’s central and mountain regions.  The educational philosophy is founded on learner-centered teaching and experiential learning concepts that strive for academic excellence.  The PSU students are encouraged to be active agents in the education process together with faculty, staff and community and the university supports this through a commitment to teaching based on scholarship, creative endeavor, active involvement in university activities and service to the wider community.

Plymouth State University is committed to diversity amongst its faculty, staff and students. We are an AA/EEO employer and encourage women and minorities to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the U.S.