Opening Unit 18 Lecturer for FOR210

Posted: 10.30.2017

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The Environmental Toxicology offers a temporary Lecturer position in -Personal Identification Methods in Forensic Science, FOR210.

Methods for identifying individuals from evidence collected at crime scenes, suspects or victims, crime scene examination and analytical methods used to support such investigations. Topics include forensic anthropology and odontology; latent prints; shoe prints; facial reconstruction/recognition; eyewitness identifications; biometric  systems.

APPOINTMENT DATE: Service periods are:

Winter Quarter 2018: January 5 to March 23, 2018 RESPONSIBILITIES:

Teach approximately 1/3rd (9 hours) of the graduate course in Personal Identification Methods in Forensic Science, FOR210.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Appropriate professional degree, e.g., doctorate or master's degree (or 30 units of graduate coursework); demonstrated teaching ability; a developing  record  of  scholarly  or professional achievement in an area of expertise related to the subject area of the course.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Temporary lecturers are selected to fill specialized positions that require professional as well as academic expertise.

SALARY:  Commensurate with experience.

COURSE AVAILABILITY:  The following course is available for Winter 2018

Personal Identification Methods in Forensic Science, FOR210.

See http://forensicscience.ucdavis.edu/courses/ for full course description.

APPLICATIONS:

For full consideration, applications must be received by or before 11/28/2017 Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vita, contact information for three references and a statement of teaching proficiency. Candidates may be asked for further evidence of scholarship or teaching effectiveness at a later date. Candidates must apply online at http://recruit.ucdavis.edu.

This position is covered by collective bargaining agreement. UC Davis is an affirmative action/equal employment opportunity employer and is dedicated to recruiting a diverse faculty community. We welcome all qualified applicants to apply, including women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.