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Faculty Leader - Spring Creek Wyoming Anthropology-Archaeology

Employer
University of Pittsburgh
Location
Arsenal, Pennsylvania
Closing date
Jun 23, 2024

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Position Type
Faculty
Discipline
Archaeology
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Academic
The Global Experiences Office at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications for a Faculty Leader position for the summer term on the Wyoming-Spring Creek Anthropology/Archaeology program at the Allen L. Cook Spring Creek Preserve, Wyoming from 7 July 2024 to 28 July 2024. This position involves co-teaching the field course HONORS 1510: Honors Special Topics: Wyoming Spring Creek Field Studies: Anthropology/Archaeology. This is an intensive, three-week program.

The faculty leader will also be expected to attend and participate in all pre-departure orientation sessions and assist in crisis/emergency management upon request of and supervised by the Onsite Coordinator. You are also required to coordinate with the program provider and the Global Experiences Office to ensure that out-of-class site visits correspond with the experiential component of the program, meet budgetary constraints, and follow the health, safety, and security guidelines applicable to all Pitt Global Experiences programs. All faculty members who participate in global experiences programs are also expected to administer course and program evaluations through the proper channels.

The candidate will also function as a University of Pittsburgh co-representative to the on-site provider and/or host institution to ensure the smooth operation of the program. This position does require that the candidate be on-call 24 hours/day in the event of an emergency. In the event of an emergency, the chosen candidate will work closely with both the University of Pittsburgh Global Experience Office as well as the on-site provider/institution to ensure that the student is cared for in a satisfactory manner. The chosen candidate will be expected to provide weekly updates on the program to the Program Manager.

Minimum qualifications are:
  • A PhD degree or related field with some teaching experience
  • Experience teaching a field course, and experience teaching Anthropology, Archaeology, or a similar course.

Preferred qualifications are:
  • Publication of post-graduate research work in a relevant field

To apply, candidates should submit a CV document to Talent Center (http://join.pitt.edu)

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