Designated Associate Professor or Designated Professor position for Mathematics Program in Global 30 International Programs
We encourage candidates who have shown excellence in teaching Mathematics to students at the undergraduate level to apply. The G30 Program is known for its small class sizes, motivated students, and international atmosphere. Standard teaching load is up to eight courses per year. A course is equivalent to one 90-minute lecture per week for 15 weeks. Successful applicants will also be expected to advise students and take part in admissions. The successful applicant will also be expected to serve as an academic advisor for graduate students, contribute to the admissions process for both graduate and undergraduate students, and engage in research at the Graduate School of Mathematics.
1) Doctoral degree in Mathematics or a related field, with teaching experience
2) Demonstrated ability to advise students at the undergraduate and graduate levels
3) Willingness to participate in the International Programs of the university, including but not limited to teaching courses to Japanese students and some administrative duties
4) Strong interpersonal skills and evidence of success in a multicultural environment with students, faculty, administration, and the local community
5) Record of research experience in Mathematics
6) Japanese language proficiency is welcome though not required.
The initial contract will start in October 2019 and terminate in September 2022. Contingent upon job performance and funding of the Global 30 International Program, the contract may be renewable for further three-year periods to a maximum potential end date of 30 September 2029.