Visiting Position in Mathematics


The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at John Carroll University is seeking applications for a visiting faculty position in Mathematics, to begin August 2018.  The initial appointment will be for one year, but the position will be renewable for up to three years.  Ph.D. in Mathematics or closely related discipline (or imminent completion by that date) is required.  Full consideration will be given to applications that are complete by February 15, 2018, although applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


The successful candidate will demonstrate the potential for excellence in the teaching of mathematics in a liberal arts setting, have the ability to teach both elementary and upper-level courses and will be committed to working closely with students.  The teaching responsibility involves approximately 12 hours per semester, usually 3 to 4 courses.

John Carroll University is a private, coeducational, Catholic and Jesuit university of 3500 students providing programs in the liberal arts, sciences and business at the undergraduate level and in selected areas at the master’s level.  John Carroll is twenty minutes from downtown Cleveland, the center of an outstanding arts and cultural community.  For additional information on the University and the Department, please visit: .

Applications will be submitted through our listing on  Applications must include a letter of application, CV, statement on teaching, statement on research, copy of graduate transcripts and three letters of recommendation.   In keeping with its traditions, John Carroll University maintains and enforces a policy of equal opportunity.  John Carroll University does not discriminate based on race, age, color, sex, religion, ethnic or national origin, disability, military or veteran status, Vietnam veteran status or special disabled veteran status, genetic information or sexual orientation.


To apply for the position, please use our Mathjobs site:


If you need any information, please contact Paul Shick, Chair of Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, at .