Olivet College, a liberal arts college in south central Michigan with a long-standing commitment to inclusion and diversity, seeks an Assistant Professor of Statistics to work with students and to instruct in our programs in this area.
Position Requirements: Ph.D. in Statistics or Mathematics is desired; ABD or a master’s degree in Statistics with experience in the field of actuarial science will be considered. Preference given to candidates with academic expertise in actuarial science and/or mathematics related to data science. Demonstrated success in college-level teaching is required.
Members of historically underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities: Full-time faculty members teach 24 credit hours (or the equivalent) over two semesters. Successful candidates are expected to teach a broad range of undergraduate statistics and mathematics courses in growing and dynamic programs. Faculty responsibilities include advising and mentoring students, engaging in scholarly activities, and participating in other service activities in support of the college and its mission. Candidates must bring the ability to create a positive classroom experience and a commitment to mentoring undergraduates in a collaborative and diverse environment.
Starting Date: August 1, 2021. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue as needed.
Application Process: Click on this link to go to the online application site: Career Center
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Offer of hire is contingent upon receipt of official transcripts, completion of a background check, and verification of information submitted.
About the College: Olivet College was founded in 1844 as a college open to all regardless of race, gender or ability to pay. It continues as one of the most diverse private liberal arts institutions in the state and actively seeks diversity in its students, faculty, and staff, with over 20% of fall 2020 students being African American. The student body is composed of a mixture of urban and rural students from a range of socioeconomic backgrounds, many of whom are first-generation college attendees. Olivet College faculty and staff are committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive educational environment for students and to providing personalized, individualized attention for students who seek academic and personal success.Posted: 02/05/2021