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Instructor of Mathematics

Date:   12/19/2017

Position Title:
Instructor of Mathematics

Department: Mathematics

Position Requirements and Preferences: Must have master’s degree in mathematics or master’s degree in another area with 18 graduate credits in mathematics.  Must have proven success teaching developmental mathematics and good classroom management skills.

Position Summary: The William Penn University Applied Technology Division invites applications for a possible full-time faculty member in Mathematics beginning January 2018 to teach developmental and general education math classes.  Candidates must be effective and interesting teachers and mentors of students. We seek a forward-thinking 21st century instructor who works collaboratively and collegially.  Expectations include effective advising, effective use of technology, student-learning assessment, service, and professional development.  To apply, submit a letter of application addressing expectations and teaching experience, a statement about your approach to teaching, curriculum vitae, unofficial transcripts of undergraduate and graduate coursework, the names and contact information of three academic referees, and three letters of recommendation to Human Resources, William Penn University, 201 Trueblood Avenue, Oskaloosa, IA 52577.  Questions about the position may be addressed to Dr. Ted McCoy, Applied Technology Division Co-Chair (


Responsibilities: teach engaging developmental and general education math classes

Reports to: Ted McCoy

Start Date: January 2018 (beginning of semester)

Replacement or New Position: replacement

Full-Time/Part-time/Temp: full-time

Starting Salary Wage: dependent upon qualifications

Closing Date of Posting: when filled

Application Sent to: Send letter of application and resume:

Christy Boston

Office of Academic Affairs

William Penn University

201 Trueblood Avenue

Oskaloosa, Iowa 52577


Terms of Employment:
At will employee

William Penn University is an equal opportunity provider and employer.