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Moravian College
Human Resources


Lecturer in Mathematics

Posted: 2-11-2019

  • Full-time non-tenure track position
  • Beginning Fall Term 2019
  • Master’s degree or higher in mathematics or a similar field
  • This position is contingent on budget approval

This position is eligible for full benefits.

Moravian College invites applications for a full-time lecturer in mathematics position to begin Fall 2019. The successful candidate will have a master’s degree or higher in mathematics or a similar field, experience in teaching mathematics, strong interpersonal skills, and evidence of excellent teaching ability. The course load for this position is four courses per semester (fall & spring).   This faculty member may also serve as the academic advisor to some students.  If qualified, the candidate may also have the opportunity to mentor undergraduate students who wish to engage in research. Applicants with the ability to teach introductory statistics are strongly encouraged to apply. 

The position is a full time position renewable for three years, after the first successful year. In year three, pending a review of the lecturer and institutional and department need, the position could be renewed for another 3-year term.

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TO APPLY: Qualified candidates should send cover letter, curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy and three letters of recommendation to Please send all electronic documentation in one (1) document formatted as a PDF file. The subject line should state “Lecturer-Math”. An incomplete application file will not be considered.

The position will remain open until the most qualified candidate is identified.

Click here to learn more about the Mathematics department!

Founded in 1742, Moravian College is the sixth-oldest college in the country. Moravian is a private coeducational liberal arts college that is located in historic Bethlehem, in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. Moravian is composed of a traditional undergraduate program, graduate, professional, and adult completion programs, and Moravian Theological Seminary.

Moravian College is committed to enhancing the diversity of our community, recognizing that to provide a diverse learning environment is to prepare students for personal and professional success in an increasingly multicultural and global society. The College community understands that it shares a responsibility for generating and preserving a learning environment where difference is valued, and inclusiveness and social justice are practiced.

The College encourages individuals from under-represented populations to apply. EOE