Periodically, the department receives notice of miscellaneous job opportunities for graduate students or graduates. Those opportunities are listed here.
University of Maryland Global Campus, Department of Arts and Humanities, Adjunct Faculty in Humanities and Philosophy
Missouri State University, Department of Religious Studies, Scholar of Asian Religions
Florida State University, Department of Religion, Dean's Postdoctoral Scholar in Religious Ethics (OPS)
Florida State University, Department of Religion, Gannon Post-Doctoral Fellow in Religion, Ethics, and Philosophy
Hope United Church of Christ, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, Scholar-in-Residence
Alaska Pacific University, Assistant, Associate or Full Professor in Religious Studies
Bucknell University, Open-Rank, Tenure-Track Professor of Islamic Studies
The Department of Religious Studies at Bucknell University invites applications for the Josephine Hildreth Detmer & Zareen Taj Mirza Professorship in Islamic Studies, to begin in August 2018. The position can be filled at any rank from tenure-track assistant professor to full professor.
Cornell College: Assistant Director for Interculteral Life
Applications are being accepted for the full-time, year-round position of assistant director of intercultural life. This position provides support services to students who are from underrepresented populations and develops programs designed to foster and enhance a campus environment that encourages, recognizes, and values diversity. In addition, this position assists the Assistant Dean of Students/Director of Intercultural Life with providing resources to the entire campus community, including faculty and staff, regarding diversity, inclusion, and related topics. This position reports to the assistant dean of students/director of intercultural life and supervises student employees.
UI Comm-Studies: Graduate Teaching Opportunity, Spring 2017
The Department of Communication Studies seeks one full time (20 hours/wk) Graduate Teaching Assistant to teach two discussion sections of Theory and Practice of Argument. Each discussion section enrolls approximately 25 students and meets twice weekly. Theory and Practice of Argument is an introductory lecture-discussion General Education course that trains students in argumentation and critical thinking. Coursework or teaching experience in argumentation and logic is preferred but not required. Duties include helping to design and lead discussion sections, grading exams and short papers on a tight deadline, and attending lectures and TA meetings.
If interested, please submit an updated CV, teaching evaluations, and a brief letter of interest to Prof. Jiyeon Kang, firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for applications is January 4, 2017.
The American University in Cairo: Presidential Internship Program
Department of Religious Studies at College of Charleston: Asst. Prof. of Religious Studies (Global Christianity), College of Charleston
The Lutheran World Federation: Study Secretary for Lutheran Theology and Practice Department for Theology and Public Witness
Future Leaders in Action: FLIA Fall Fellowship
Theological Book Network: Annual Fund Director