The department periodically has open part-time positions. When such positions become available, the link in the following general solicitation will become active and will accept applications. The required qualifications and the application procedure are described below.
Applications are invited for part-time positions in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, usually with a starting date in late August of each year. Duties involve teaching up to four classes each semester.
Required qualifications include a master's degree or equivalent in mathematics or statistics and teaching experiences at the undergraduate level. Preferred qualifications include a doctoral degree in mathematics or statistics with the capability of teaching large classes.
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is a doctoral, research-intensive university located in one of the nation's fastest-growing metropolitan areas on an expanding, modern campus. One of sixteen campuses in one of the oldest public university systems in the United States, UNC Charlotte offers over 29,000 students a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. As the largest college at UNC Charlotte, the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences houses 20 departments in the humanities, social sciences, physical sciences, and military sciences, as well as 24 applied research centers and interdisciplinary programs. It offers eight doctoral degrees, 34 master's degrees and graduate certificates, and 34 undergraduate degrees. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is the largest department in the university with close to sixty full-time faculty and staff members, over 400 undergraduate majors, and a robust Ph.D. program. Faculty research interests include such fields as algebra, analysis, computational mathematics, differential equations, mathematical finance, inverse problems, mathematical physics, topology, statistics, and biostatistics.
As an EOE/AA employer and an ADVANCE Institution that strives to create an academic climate in which the dignity of all individuals is respected and maintained, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte encourages applications from all underrepresented groups.