Instructor of Anthropology

The Department of Sociology & Anthropology at OHIO University seeks to fill temporary, part-time Instructor of Anthropology positions. We are accepting resumes/CVs for potential openings in Sociology & Anthropology for the academic year 2023-2024, as needed. Applications to this pool will be considered to fill part-time, non-tenure track, non-benefits eligible instructor positions at the Athens campus, regional campus or online depending upon departmental needs. The need for these positions is currently undetermined and is dependent on operational need, including enrollment and staffing. If a need arises, the department will select candidates from this posting.

Potential courses include undergraduate sections of Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANTH 1010) or Introduction to Biological Anthropology (ANTH 2010) or Introduction to World Archaeology (ANTH 2020).

The course(s) might be taught online or on one of the following campuses: Athens, Chillicothe, Eastern, Lancaster, Pickerington, Proctorville, Southern, or Zanesville. Please indicate the campuses for which you would be available to work in your cover letter. On-campus instruction requires three hours in-class instruction per class per week and an additional hour per week for office hours. Applicants may contact Julie Masterson, Employment Coordinator,, with any questions about this position.

Please complete the online application and attach required documents to include: 1. A Curriculum Vitae (CV) or resume 2. A cover letter expressing interest and specifying availability for Fall or Spring Semester 2023-2024 and specify your availability for online or on-campus instruction, including campus location(s), and course level of interest (1000-, 2000-level) 3. A list of three (3) names of professional references with full contact details, including an email address. 4. Sample syllabus(i) for a relevant course(s) 5. Course evaluations, if available (attach as “Other” document type), including quantitative and qualitative evaluations

About the Sociology and Anthropology Department at OHIO: Learn more about the courses, student programs, careers and our research expertise at this link,

Minimum Qualifications: Applicants should possess an ABD or PhD in Anthropology.

Established in 1804, OHIO University is the oldest public university in the state of Ohio. Our total enrollment is over 28,000 students across the state and online, with about 20,000 of those students studying at our residential campus in Athens, a quintessential college town. Our picturesque campus is located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains amidst scenic state and national parks, 75 minutes southeast of Columbus, Ohio.