Religious Studies Graduate Employee

Contact Information
Heidi Gese
1431 Johnson Lane
311 Susan Campbell Hall
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 - 2:00pm
Open Until Filled: 
Open until filled, review begins on: 
Friday, December 1, 2017 - 8:28am
Religious Studies
  • Summer
Academic Year: 

The following position will be available in Religious Studies at .37 FTE: REL 303: Japanese Religions (online). The GE hired for this position will serve as the sole and primary instructor for the course.

1. Develop materials (virtual lectures; assignments; readings).

2. Grade all materials

3. Consult with REL summer corrdinator periodically as needed

(The Department may decide to make some changes; final assignments will be clearly outlined in any offer letter).

Graduate students pursuing any master’s or doctoral degree may apply.

Preferred Qualifications: 

1. Knowledge and understanding of the field of Religious Studies.

2. Interest and ability in teaching.

3. Ability and desire to work with students.

4. Strong writing skills

5. Good organizational and record-keeping abilities.

Application Procedure: 

Interested persons should complete the application and submit it to the Department of Religious Studies office, 311 SC, no later than 2:00pm December 20, 2017.

Please provide the following information when applying:

  • Name
  • Address
  • City, State, Zip
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • UO ID Number
  • Home Department
  • Advisor
  • Date of Admission
  • Degree sought
  • Number of credit hours completed toward degree
  • Area of Specialization
  • Prior GE Positions (including dates, FTE, GE level, and Department)

Additional Instructions:

  1. On a separate page write a 250 word statement describing how the position relates to your educational and vocational goals and how your qualifications relate to the duties described in this announcement. Please address your letter to the Department Head, Dr. David Hollenberg.
  2. Prepare a brief, one-page resume or vita that a) summarizes coursework you have completed that relates to Religious Studies with dates taken and grade received; and b) details of other education and experience that may be relevant to the position.
  3. Have one person who knows you and your qualifications submit a letter of recommendation.
  4. The required information, your 250 word statement, your resume or vita, and a letter of recommendation are due by December 20, 2017.

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