University of Rochester Visiting Asst Professor - 210008 in Rochester, New York
Visiting Asst Professor
Teach two courses each semester or four courses per year, to be determined by the department chairperson.
Student advising, which may include sponsorship of independent study courses
Doctoral supervision within the Philosophy department.
The paragraphs below outline more general terms and information that apply to this type of appointment at the University.
The chair of the department, in consultation with the dean as necessary, has the authority to assign and change the distribution of duties.
Except as allowed by University policy, you are expected to devote full-time efforts to performing assigned duties for the University during the academic year. You should be on campus from registration week in the fall and be available to meet classes and perform your other duties through the end of the semester in May.
Academic year salary is earned during the 9-month period from September I through May 31, but is paid in twelve equal installments during the period July through June. Your regular payday will be the last day of the month. Payments made in July and August are considered advances for the July I-June 30 academic year in which such payments are made.
The University will make any required deductions from salary for income tax, social security and participation in the University's program of group insurance and medical coverage. You will receive those benefits for which you are eligible and that you elect, as described more fully in the Faculty Handbook, the Human Resource Policies, and the University's benefits plans and policies. Further information on benefits is available at:
The University is required to invite you to provide certain demographic information (race/ethnicity, disability and veteran status). You can do this by completing and returning the enclosed self-identification forms directly to the Human Resource Service Center, 910 Genesee Street, Suite 100, PO Box 278955, Rochester, NY 14627. While participation is voluntary, supplying this data will help the University meet its compliance obligations to assess progress in attracting a diverse workforce.
Employment at the University for all faculty and staff is contingent on establishing eligibility to work in the United States in accordance with federal law. To establish eligibility, Section 1 of the 1-9 form must be completed by you either before or on your first day of work at the University. To complete section I on line, visit this web page: http://www.newi9.com/ You must also provide acceptable documentation of work authorization for completion of Section 2 with your department representative no later than your third day of work for the University.
This offer and your continued employment at the University are contingent upon your obtaining and maintaining the appropriate immigration status. Failure to maintain proper status may be grounds for termination of employment and your faculty appointment. The University's International Services Office is available for advice and assistance in meeting immigration requirements. Please refer to www.iso.rochester.edu
You have a continuing responsibility to stay familiar with and follow current policies and guidelines applicable to them. These can be found in various sources, including the Provost's web page, the Faculty Handbook, the Human Resources web page, and the Arts, Sciences and Engineering Intranet.
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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