Sociology Job Opening

Bob Gardner (bgardner@STMARYS-CA.EDU)
Sat, 2 Dec 1995 18:29:49 -0800

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Job Opening Notice for Assistant Professor:

Saint Mary's College of California
Moraga California 94575

**DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: December 15. 1995**

Position: Full-time, tenure-track, Fall 1996

Responsibilities: Teach a variety of courses which might include crime
and society, sociology of human services, social stratification, gender
roles, research methods and popular culture. Two classes a year will be
taught in the Collegiate Seminar Program which entails shared inquiry and
critical use of texts in a seminar format. Also included is advising,
support of department events and participation in extra-curricular
activities such as field trips, conferences, etc.

Qualifications: A PhD. at the time of application with a specialization
in criminology, human services/social work and stratification. Evidence
of successful undergraduate teaching in a small class setting; applied or
clinical experience is an asset. Experience teaching using similar
format with shared inquiry and critical use of texts is desirable.

Salary/Benefits: Salary range for the 1995-96 academic year is
$36,176-$43,053; an increase is expected for the 1996-97 academic year.

Health, dental, vision, life and lont-term disability insurance.
TIAA-CREF retirement program after one (1) year of service and age 21;
immediately is TIAA-CREF individual, fully-vested annuity contract
already owned.

Application: To apply, send letter of application, vitae and names of
three (3) references to:

Dr. Phylis Martinelli
Chair, Search Committee
Anthropology/Sociology Department
Saint Mary's College
P.O. Box 4613
Moraga, CA 94575

Saint Mary's College is a Catholic, co-ecducational college of almost
4,000 students (2100 undergraduate), operated by the Christian Brothers
and located 20 miles east of San Francisco. 130 years old, Saint Mary's
is noted for its Great Books/Collegiate Seminar Program, the quality of
its faculty and the beauty of its campus. The College strives to evoke
critical habits of mind, stimulate a sense of the common good and encourage
moral choices in the service of others. An Equal Opportunity Employer,
the college is committed to diversity and encourages Christian Brothers
women, minorities, diaabled individuals and veterans to apply. The
College seeks faculty, staff and administrators who espouse or respect
the Catholic Tradition.