Â黨ӰĘÓ

Employment Opportunities

Job Openings at AUP

For all questions regarding employment opportunities at The American University of Paris, pleaseĚýrecruitment.hrataup.edu (contact the office of human resources). Please note thatĚýexcept where otherwise stated, French working papers or EU nationality are required in order for applications to be considered.

Ěý

Administrative positions

Learning Accommodations Coordinator (CDD - mid-June to end of September)

The Learning Accommodation Coordinator (LAC) will be responsible for the development, implementation, support and review of programs supporting students in need of academic accommodations. The LAC provides direct support to students with disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The LAC conducts disability eligibility analyses, provides referrals, approves reasonable accommodations, and connects individuals with services to support their personal and/or academic goals.

The LAC also educates campus constituencies regarding support for students with disabilities and facilitates compliance with the ADA/ADAAA and University policies. The LAC serves as a member of the Academic Resource Center (ARC) and the Learning Commons, participating in the development and review of policy and procedures, strategic planning, programming and advising. Duties and

Responsibilities

  • Onboards new students with accommodations to AUP: Performs intake interviews to gain a foundational understanding of individual needs and evaluates information from medical and/or psychological professionals to determine eligibility; makes referrals and/or consults with diagnosticians, as necessary.
  • Works with students and their faculty to determine reasonable accommodations needed for academic and personal success; connects students to and/or provides direct resources and services.
  • Coordinates with faculty and staff colleagues across departments to help provide and further develop support services for students with accommodations.
  • Educates students, families, faculty and staff on appropriate services for and communications with students with disabilities; compiles and distributes necessary documentation to verify the need for accommodation.
  • Monitors progress of students, providing direction and support for students who are experiencing academic difficulties and providing problem solving advocacy for students, mediating problems as needed.
  • Conducts awareness programs to educate the University community on disability related issues and the services provided by the office, delivering presentations, trainings and workshops as well as educational materials grounded in research and best practices.
  • Maintains the departmental web and social media presence, reviewing and updating publications regularly.
  • Works with the ARC director to determine an assessment plan to determine effectiveness of accommodations, analyzes data and compiles yearly reports.
  • Maintains confidentiality of university and student records, as applicable.
  • Maintains currency of knowledge with respect to technology, equipment, applicable laws, regulations, standards and/or systems. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

  • Knowledge and understanding of FERPA, 504 and ADA regulations, guidelines and standards applicable to an academic and/or workplace setting.
  • Strong listening, interpersonal communication and effective presentation skills.
  • Knowledge of and experience with assessing disability documentation and determining reasonable accommodations. This includes knowledge of assessment tools and test scores generally used in making diagnoses.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Skilled in facilitating problem solving with individuals regarding personal, professional and/or academic priorities.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to gather data, compile information and prepare reports.
  • Knowledge of teaching methods, curriculum, and education programs designed for students with learning, physical and behavioral disabilities, where applicable.
  • Ability to communicate with and relate to individuals of diverse disabilities and backgrounds.
  • Success at initiating, executing and following up on projects, including the ability to set specific objectives and measure achieved results.
  • Flexibility, including the acceptance of and willingness to change.
  • Open-mindedness, including fairness and the ability to see multiple perspectives.
  • The willingness to take risks and be innovative.
  • Bachelor's degree in a directly related field; at least 3 years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
  • Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.


Preferences

A master's degree in special education, educational psychology, rehabilitation counseling, learning disabilities, special education, education, psychology, communication disorders, educational or school psychology, counseling or a related field is preferred.
Fluent in English, (being a native speaker preferred), B2 level in French.

Junior Financial Analyst

Fiche de PosteĚý

Junior Financial Analyst AC-1

Ěý

American University of ParisĚý:

Fondée en 1962, l'Université américaine de Paris est aujourd'hui une université urbaine, indépendante et internationale, située au confluent de la France, de l'Europe et du monde. Notre objectif est d'offrir les meilleurs programmes américains de premier et de deuxième cycle à des étudiants de tous les pays, de toutes les langues et de tous les niveaux d'éducation, et de prendre notre place en tant que centre mondial renommé pour la recherche interdisciplinaire innovante.

Ěý

SuperviseurĚý:

Le Responsable du contrôle de gestion ou tout autre superviseur désigné par le président

Ěý

Mission gĂ©nĂ©raleĚý:

L'ambition de la Direction Financière d'AUP est de garantir une information financière fiable et d'être au service des différents départements supports comme opérationnels.

Sous la responsabilité du Responsable du Contrôle de Gestion, vous participerez au pilotage de l'activité de l'université et à la mise en place d'outils d'aide à la décision.

Vous travaillerez en étroite collaboration avec le service comptabilité et les différents responsables de départements.

Vous accompagnerez la Direction Financière dans sa transition digitale au travers du nouvel ERP UNIT4 mis en place.

Mission du Junior Financial Analyst

Ěý

Cette fonction qui a vocation à être automatisée comporte aujourd’hui les éléments suivants :

Ěý

Reporting Financier - Assurer les clôtures des différentes entités et piloter le suivi budgétaire :

  • Extraire, contrĂ´ler, analyser l’ensemble des postes du P&L, des investissements et des diffĂ©rents indicateurs opĂ©rationnels
  • Accompagner le service comptabilitĂ© dans le suivi et la mise en place des provisions pour le pilotage du rĂ©sultat
  • Commenter le P&L et les Ă©carts dans une note de synthèse avec un focus particulier sur la marge par programme Ă©ducatif (Undergraduate and Graduate)
  • Alimenter et optimiser les matrices Ă  destination des opĂ©rationnels et de la Direction Financière

Ěý

Budget et Forecast - Participer activement Ă  l'Ă©laboration de ces estimations

  • RĂ©colter, synthĂ©tiser, contrĂ´ler et challenger les prĂ©visions des opĂ©rationnels dans le cadre des Forecast et Budgets (N+1 & 3 Year Plan)
  • Analyser les Ă©carts par rapport aux principales Ă©chĂ©ances et alerter la Direction Financière des potentiels risques et opportunitĂ©s

Ěý

Transverse - Être le support financier aux différents départements

  • Assurer le suivi et la communication des reporting
  • RĂ©pondre aux diffĂ©rentes demandes des interlocuteurs (suivi d'indicateurs, crĂ©ation de tableaux de bords, mesure des impacts financiers et non financiers des projets)
  • Piloter / Participer Ă  des projets transverses Finances et / ou opĂ©rationnels ainsi qu'Ă  l'amĂ©lioration continue de l'activitĂ©
  • ĂŠtre proactif et source de proposition dans la mise en place des outils et dĂ©finition des KPI (Enrollment, HR, Financial sustainability) et leur automatisation

Ěý

Toute autre tâche appropriée demandée par le superviseur.

ĚýĚý

Profil recherché :

  • DiplĂ´mĂ©(e) d’une Ecole de Commerce ou UniversitĂ© niveau Bac +5 en Commerce / Finance
  • Une première expĂ©rience en Finance / ContrĂ´le de Gestion d'au moins 2 ans
  • Anglais courant Ă  l’oral et Ă  l’écrit
  • Vous maitrisez parfaitement Excel (la maĂ®trise des macros serait un plus) et l’ensemble du pack office et avez de rĂ©elles appĂ©tences pour les outils informatiques
  • Rigueur et capacitĂ© d'organisation pour dĂ©livrer des informations fiables depuis des bases de donnĂ©es
  • Bon relationnel pour naviguer au sein d’un environnement complexe
  • Force de proposition
  • Esprit d’équipe

Ěý

Student Accounting Specialist

Department:

Student Accounting Services (SAS)

Ěý

Position Title:

Student Accounting Specialist

Ěý

Position Overview:

The Student Accounting Specialist will provide information, support, and regular communication to students regarding tuition, fees, payments, and billing. The position will be responsible for responding to telephone inquiries, assisting with student walk-ins, managing the SAS shared mailbox, serving as a backup for SAS team members, and coordinating with other departments on matters related to student billing, collection, and refunds. The Student Accounting Specialist will also be responsible for updating the Student Information System when needed.

Ěý

Duties:

  • Provide daily support to students and FRPs (Financial Responsibility Parties) on matters related to payments and refunds
  • Respond to telephone inquiries and student walk-ins
  • Manage the SAS shared mailbox and improve KPIs (Key Performance Indicators)
  • Serve as a backup for SAS team members
  • Assist the SAS coordinator on student refunds
  • Coordinate with the Housing Office on matters related to student billing, collection, and security deposit refunds
  • Handle Housing adjustments as needed
  • Follow up with students and families on outstanding payments
  • Update the Student Information System and student records as appropriate
  • Assist in preparing and validating the 1098-T Tax Form
  • Assist in certifying students who benefit from the Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Assist SAS coordinator in the Internship process & registration
  • Assist in reviewing SAS policies and updating the BPRs (Business Process Records) when necessary
  • Run regular reports from the Student Information System
  • Work with departments including the Registrar’s Office, Â黨ӰĘÓ, Financial Aid, Outreach, Health, Housing, Internship Office, and Library to correct errors
  • Review and correct cost type, update holds, coop billing, and User Defined notes
  • Enter bank transfers, checks, credit card, cash payments, and other transactions into the system
  • Process student reimbursement requests when needed
  • Review student records in CAMS for accuracy and make necessary adjustments
  • Assist in IRIS testing, and writing test cases

Ěý

Invoicing:

  • Send merge emails with billing statements to all students
  • Send proforma invoices to incoming students
  • Provide manual invoices as requested
  • Ensure tuition and fees are correctly charged
  • Review all student loans to ensure the amounts are correct; liaise with Financial Aid; respond to student queries about grants and loans; liaise with parents about how loan refunds are distributed
  • Reconcile accounts as needed
  • Ensure loans and Financial Aid match course registrations
  • Send merge emails to Loans students

Ěý

Qualifications:

  • Native or near-native English speaker with a good command of French
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Service-oriented, excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Familiarity with the American educational system is desirable
  • Cultural sensitivity, experience studying/working in highly diverse environments
  • Ability to work well under stress
  • Ability to deal effectively with people and within a team
  • Outlook, Excel, and basic computer skills
  • Knowledge of Unit 4 system would be desirable

Faculty Positions

Critical Democracy Post-Doctoral Researcher (CDD)

The Center for Critical Democracy Studies is seeking a Post-doctoral researcher for June 2023 to support our upcoming OppAttune Horizon Europe Grant. The deadline to apply is Friday May 26, 2023. Please submit applications to CCDSataup.edu. Full details can be found below.

Ěý

JOB TITLE AND CLASSIFICATION

Critical Democracy Post-doctoral Researcher (CDD)

DUE DATE FOR APPLICATIONS

Applications due Friday, May 26, 2023. Applications should be submitted to CCDSataup.edu

DATES OF POSITION

June 2023 to December 2024

DEPARTMENT

Center for Critical Democracy Studies, American University of Paris

SUPERVISOR

Stephen Sawyer, Director of the Center for Critical Democracy Studies


JOB DESCRIPTION

The Post-doctoral researcher will be responsible for research and deliverables relating to the OppAttune Horizon Europe Grant under the management of Stephen Sawyer, Director of the Center for Critical Democracy Studies at The American University of Paris.

*Project description*. Democracies and the European project are under threat by the rise of extreme narratives and lack of capacity for political and social dialogue. Existential insecurities arising out of economic and refugee-related crises have been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic to create re-bordering (e.g., xenophobic-nationalism) and re-shoring (e.g., the localisation of production). Such insecurities, sometimes understood as ontological insecurities (threats to being) are not confined to national borders but exist as transnational narratives. Evidence suggests that extremist ideas, although articulated and tailored to fit specific national contexts, increasingly spread between national media ecosystems via social media thus accelerating the transnationalisation of extremist movements (ISD Global 2021; Froio and Bharath 2019).

The OppAttune consortium responds to these challenges and threats to democracy through three objectives:

---- To track the evolution of extreme political narratives within media, local ecologies and living democracies and establish the psychological, sociological and anthropological drivers of extremism.

----- To attune capacity for public dialogue by modelling how the evolution of extreme political narratives impact social and political dialogue.

------ To limit the rise of extreme political narratives and their potential to become violent political transformations disrupting democratic processes such as democratic elections.

Post-doc responsibilities

Reporting to the Director of the Center for Critical Democracy Studies, the Post-doc will provide essential support for completing all work related to Work Packages for our Horizon Europe grant, OppAttune. This work includes leading the research and writing in collaboration with consortium partners during the first year of the grant including the construction of a “Regulatory-Rights Cases Toolkit” for diagnosing environments of political and social extremism based on 16 cases (month 9). Further work will include modeling relationships between regulation and rights in past and contemporary cases (month 11) and building a “Regulatory-Rights Interactive Website” (month 12), which will include 16 cases that enable six target groups practitioners/policy-makers to apply the toolkit to other historical and contemporary cases and will assist in teaching the history of extremist narratives.

The Post-doc will also be responsible for all research related to France for the project and the organization of a Democracy Colab (Information available on request). The Post-doc must attend all online meetings of the consortium and inform the project managers of our progress. The Post-doc will also have occasional organizational duties for the organization of talks or roundtables, not exceeding 4 events per year on questions of democracy. As such, the Post-doc is part of the international consortium pursuing OppAttune and a fellow at the Center for Critical Democracy Studies.


RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop, in dialogue with the PI, the research, guidelines and deliverables, including a website and toolkit during the work package for the first year of the grant.
  • Complete necessary country reports and data.
  • Maintain correspondence with the other teams completing country reports from all PIs for other countries.
  • Regular reminders of deadlines for drafts
  • Responding to any questions regarding the work package deliverables for 3.2
  • Reviewing and returning drafts of country reports for work package deliverable 3.2 in a timely manner
  • Writing and editing final country reports
  • Providing regular updates to the Director of the Center for Critical Democracy Studies concerning progress

Ěý

Other Duties

  • Keeping the CCDS website up to date with regards to OppAttune and liaising with the AUP Communications team with regular updates on progress and events related to OppAttune and the Center for Critical Democracy Studies.
  • Organizing at least 2 events (talks, symposia, visits) per semester related to democracy at the Center for Critical Democracy Studies.

Ěý

QUALIFICATIONS

  • PhD in Philosophy, Political Science, History, Law or related fields.
  • Able to write in English and have written and spoken fluency in French.
  • Experience working in teams, completing projects with multiple participants, and meeting important deadlines.
  • Ability to multi-task, manage workflow and deliver according to deadlines.
  • Strong interpersonal and team skills and the ability to collaborate with colleagues and to work closely and effectively with a variety of constituencies including but not limited to alumni, administrators, faculty, and students.
  • Familiarity with the American and French educational systems is a plus.
  • This position is open to French and international applicants subject to the obtainment of a French working visa.


DUE DATE FOR APPLICATIONS

Applications due, Friday, May 26, 2023, submitted to CCDSataup.edu

Applications should include:

  1. Letter of motivation explaining the candidate’s experience, motivation for working on this project and a discussion of how the candidate hopes to contribute to the Center for Critical Democracy Studies through OppAttune.
  2. CV
  3. A sample of an article/paper presented or published in English
Assistant Professor in Fashion Studies

The American University of Paris invites applications for an Assistant Professor specializing in Fashion Studies, beginning 1 August 2023. This position is housed within the Department of Communication, Media and Culture. Candidates should have cross-cultural expertise and academic training in Fashion Studies or Fashion Communications and Cultures. In addition to excellent scholarship, ideal candidates would have experience and contacts in the professional field of fashion. Highest consideration will be given to candidates with proven research or professional experience in Global South cultures and with complementary disciplinary expertise in any of the following fields: anthropology, cultural studies, digital media and emerging technologies, film studies, material culture, sociology, sustainability, or visual culture.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in any of the aforementioned with a strong emphasis on Fashion by time of appointment. Proven capacity for engaged teaching committed to student learning within a liberal arts context, and to experiential learning and critical practice. Strong record in curriculum and course development. Familiarity with liberal arts education, learning objectives, skill development (critical thinking, information literacy, writing in the disciplines, etc.) and assessment is highly desirable. Strong research and publication potential in Fashion Studies. Capacity to work in a multi-cultural environment a strong plus. Ability to speak French is recommended but not required.

European Union citizenship or legal right to work in France, while helpful, is not necessary at the time of application.

We invite and encourage members of underrepresented populations to apply. The University is an equal opportunity employer for whom diversity is an essential source of vitality and strength.

The Institution:Ěý Founded in 1962, The American University of Paris (AUP) is a small, undergraduate and Master degree-granting institution with a Liberal Arts core, dedicated to the advancement of the Arts & Sciences in an international and multicultural environment. AUP brings together the values of the American higher education system with its location in Paris and Europe. Located at the crossroads of American and European institutions of higher education and research, AUP facilitates its faculty’s development of an international and stimulating professional network. The Middle States Commission for Higher Education accredits AUP in the United States of America. AUP has cooperative agreements with USA and European-based universities.

The Department: Dedicated to the international and comparative study of communications, media and culture, the department houses three undergraduate majors (Global Communications, Film Studies, Journalism), six undergraduate minors (Fashion Studies, Sociocultural Anthropology, Comparative Political Communications, Global Communications, Journalism, Film Studies) and a dynamic MA program in Global Communications offering additional MA tracks in: Fashion; Development Communications; and Digital Cultures and Industries. A Major in Fashion Studies is projected to be launched in September 2023. The department has 16 full-time faculty, 5 part-time faculty, 150 undergraduate majors and 90 graduate students. /academics/departments/communication-media-and-culture /academics/graduate-programs/global-communications

Responsibilities:

  • The full-time teaching load consists of six courses per year.Ěý
  • Teaching responsibilities will primarily be focused in the department’s Fashion Studies curriculum.Ěý
  • Contributing to the development of an undergraduate major in Fashion Studies will be an immediate responsibility
  • Teaching in other areas of the undergraduate and graduate curriculum may be possible, including: anthropology, visual culture, material culture, critical cultural studies in branding, and museum studies.Ěý
  • Professional mentorship is an important component of our work with students.Ěý
  • Commitment to scholarship, excellence in teaching, integrative learningĚý
  • Service to the department (contributing to curricular development and innovation, advising students)
  • Service to the university (participation in committee work, assessment, interdisciplinary collaboration)
  • Participating in faculty governance, including attending full faculty, department, and committee meetings
  • Working in a professional and collegial manner with the university community
  • Maintaining compliance with policies and procedures in the Faculty Manual

Ěý

Faculty at AUP must have a commitment to liberal arts education in a highly international environment and pursue international research and scholarship.ĚýWe seek engaged teacher-scholars and have high expectations of teaching and scholarly research for promotion. AUP follows an American model of academic promotion (Assistant, Associate, Professor).

Ěý

Applications: Please submit your application through to include

  • cover letter
  • curriculum vitae
  • statement of pedagogical philosophy with evidence of teaching effectiveness
  • statement of research interests
  • a writing sample of recent scholarship
  • three confidential letters of reference

Ěý

Applications should be received by 15 November, 2022 for full consideration.

Faculty Position (Open Rank) in Film Studies

Faculty Position (Open Rank) in Film Studies

Ěý

The American University of Paris invites applications for a full-time rank-open position in Film Studies in the Department of Communication, Media and Culture beginning 1 January 2024.

Ěý

Qualifications: A PhD in film studies or a related discipline by time of appointment. Applicants should have a strong record of academic research and teaching excellence in film studies, particularly in the history and theory of cinema. We are especially interested in applicants with expertise in one or more of the following areas: global and transnational cinemas; sound studies; postcolonial studies; film, race and ethnicity; screen studies. Interdisciplinary research and teaching are strongly valued, and highest consideration will be given to applicants with a proven capacity to also teach in one of the following disciplines: anthropology; communications; fashion studies; or media studies. A candidate who also has expertise in a practical area such as sound art, screenwriting, filmmaking, or digital media, with relevant industry experience, would be strongly considered for the position. Experience or willingness to teach in a small liberal arts institution is a key requirement for this position. A demonstrated capacity for curricular development and a track record of internationally recognized research or practice research outputs are strong assets for applicants.

Ěý

European Union citizenship or legal right to work in France, while helpful, is not necessary at the time of application.

We invite and encourage women and underrepresented populations to apply. The University is an equal opportunity employer for whom diversity is an essential source of vitality and strength.

The Institution:Ěý Founded in 1962, The American University of Paris (AUP) is a small, undergraduate and Master’s degree-granting institution with a Liberal Arts core, dedicated to the advancement of the Arts and Sciences in an international and multicultural environment. AUP brings together the values of the American higher education system with its location in Paris and Europe. Located at the crossroads of American and European institutions of higher education and research, AUP facilitates its faculty’s development of an international and stimulating professional network. The Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools accredits AUP in the United States of America. AUP has cooperative agreements with USA and European-based universities.

Ěý

The Department: Dedicated to the international and comparative study of communications, media and culture, the department houses four undergraduate majors (Global Communications, Film Studies, Journalism, Communication and Civil Society), six undergraduate minors (Fashion Studies, Sociocultural Anthropology, Comparative Political Communications, Global Communications, Journalism, Film Studies) and a dynamic MA program in Global Communications offering additional MA tracks in Fashion; Development Communications; and Digital Cultures and Industries. The department has 16 full-time faculty, 5 part-time faculty, 150 undergraduate majors and 90 graduate students.

Ěý

ĚýResponsibilities:

  • The teaching load is six courses per academic year, primarily in the Film Studies program and potentially in at least one other program.
  • Professional mentorship of our students.
  • Commitment to scholarship, excellence in teaching, integrative learning
  • Service to the department (contributing to curricular development and innovation, collegial behavior, advising students)
  • Willingness to provide service to the university (participation in committee work, assessment, interdisciplinary collaboration)
  • Participating in faculty governance, including attending full faculty, department, and committee meetings
  • Working in a professional and collegial manner with the university community
  • Maintaining compliance with policies and procedures in the Faculty Manual

Ěý

Faculty at AUP must have a commitment to liberal arts education in a highly international environment and pursue international research and scholarship. We seek engaged scholars and have high expectations of teaching and scholarly research.

Ěý

ĚýApplications: Please submit your application to including:

  • cover letter
  • curriculum vitae
  • statement of pedagogical philosophy with evidence of teaching effectiveness
  • statement of research interests
  • a writing sample of recent scholarship
  • if applicable, a sample of production experience such as: a film, a sound work, a screenplay, a digital media project, etc. Please provide: 1) a link to the full work 2) password, if applicable, 3) a short one-paragraph description of the work 4) bullet points of screenings, installations, awards, funding. 5) if installation, provide documentation in the form of a photo
  • three confidential letters of reference

Ěý

Applications should be received by 1 May, 2023 for fullest consideration.

Faculty Position in the Department of Comparative Literature and English

The American University of Paris invites applications for temporary positions (CDD) in the Department of Comparative Literature and English to teach writing and composition courses for our General Education program English (EN1010, or EN2020) within our Core Curriculum component “Research, Interpretation and Writing”:

The contract would be for our fall 2023 semester, beginning on August 1st and teaching starts in September.ĚýĚý

Rank: Depending on qualification.

Qualifications: Demonstrated appropriate experience in successful teaching of similar courses at a university level, and/or PhD or equivalent in a text-based discipline (completed or near completion). Demonstrated excellence in English writing.Ěý

European Union citizenship or legal right to work in France is required at the time of application. Ěý

We invite and encourage women and members of underrepresented populations to apply. The University is an equal-opportunity employer for whom diversity is an essential source of vitality and strength.

The Institution:Ěý Founded in 1962, The American University of Paris (AUP) is a small, undergraduate and Masters degree-granting institution with a Liberal Arts core, dedicated to the advancement of the Arts & Sciences in an international and multicultural environment. The University brings together the values of the American higher education system with its location in Paris and Europe. The American University in Paris is accredited in the United States of America by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

Responsibilities:ĚýĚý

  • course preparation and teachingĚýĚý
  • preparation of syllabi and assessment materials, including setting and grading final examinationsĚýĚý
  • keeping track of student involvement in class and student absencesĚýĚý
  • keeping students informed of their progress by promptly grading and returning assessed workĚýĚý
  • maintaining records necessary for program assessment.ĚýĚý

Most courses include 26 class meetings of 80 minutes during the semester as well as a final exam of 2.5 hours.Ěý

Applications: Please submit a single PDF dossier to dmedinataup.edu

Applications MUST be sent electronically in PDF format and should include:

  • Cover Letter
  • CV
  • a recent writing sample
  • information about working papersĚý– for example, a copy (front & back) of titre de sĂ©jour for non-Europeans
  • a teaching dossier with information about teaching experience and evidence for effective teaching

The review of applications will start as soon as they arrive and continue until the position is filled.