The Georgia College Department of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy is seeking to fill two positions at the level of non-tenure track lecturer. These positions will teach introductory Physics and Astronomy courses as well as integrated physical science and serve as Laboratory Coordinator for either the introductory physics laboratory sequence or the introductory astronomy labs. As a non-tenure track appointment with a primary focus on teaching, there is not a research expectation. The Department of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy at Georgia College supports several facilities for our physics program including a machine shop, teaching planetarium and on-campus observatory with a 24-inch telescope. Further information on our department can be found at
Educational Requirements include a Ph.D. in Physics or Astronomy.
Teaching experience in physics and astronomy at the college level is preferred along with an ability to maintain internally developed physics and astronomy lab materials and resources.
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