Monday, October 28, 2013

Physics / Mathematics Instructor - American University of Kuwait

(Position Code No. 13-1001- AUKWEB 10): Rank open; Ph.D. in Physics or Mathematics. The successful candidate will teach a variety of undergraduate classes in the area of Physics and Mathematics at the Bachelor's level. Other responsibilities include advising students; providing service to the department and university; willingness to support the mission of the university, familiarity with current trends in physics and mathematics, as well as integration of technology to enhance students learning is expected of the successful candidate. Candidates must have strong teaching skills, outstanding communication skills, excellent motivational and instructional skills with teaching experience of at least 5 years.

Application Instructions:
Application packages are to be submitted electronically to
faculty@auk.edu.kw (attachments must not exceed 10 MB per e-mail). The package should contain the following:

1) Cover letter, detailing the candidate’s specific interest in AUK, and how the candidate’s past experience provides a suitable basis for performance in the position for which they are applying;
2) A current CV;
3) Statement on research and service and statement of teaching methodology, including curricular development that the individual has initiated and executed;
4.) Copies of teaching evaluations if available;
5) The names and addresses, both electronic and postal, of three referees.
6) Two recent publications /two writing samples;

(For large items such as books, please send hardcopies to the Academic Dean’s Office)
Academic Dean’s Office,
American University of Kuwait,
Salem Al Mubarak Street,
Opposite Salmiya Palace Hotel,
Salmiya, Kuwait ).

In completing your application, please quote position code number. Incomplete applications will not be considered. For full consideration, applications should be reviewed by
December 1, 2013.

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