Job Opportunity: Environment Connecticut

Become an Environment Connecticut fellow!

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, November 28th

More info: http://bit.ly/EnvCTFellow

If you’re looking for the opportunity to organize, advocate and fight for Connecticut’s environment, apply to be an Environment Connecticut fellow today. We’re hiring a Field Associate to start in August 2013.

Build and mobilize support to protect Connecticut’s environment

Environment Connecticut’s field associate will build the public and political support we need to protect Connecticut’s environment. We face powerful opposition, and to overcome that opposition we need media attention, the support of broad-based coalitions, an informed public and grassroots action to win the day for our environment. Our field associate will organize news events, bring community leaders and other constituencies together around our issues and organize grassroots actions to show support for our campaigns.

Note that we are also hiring for fellows in cities across the country as part of the Environment America Federation.

For more info, visit our online interest form at http://bit.ly/EnvCTFellow. Or to learn more and apply, visit: http://jobs.environmentamerica.org/jobs/amr/environment-connecticut-field-associate

Not a senior? Check out our internships! http://bit.ly/EnvCTIntern.

Visiting Professor Position Here at Wes!

The Department of Government at Wesleyan University invites applications for a position as Visiting Assistant Professor specializing in International Relations. This one-year, non-tenure-track appointment will begin August 2012 and is not renewable. Primary responsibilities will include teaching three undergraduate courses in the fall 2012, two undergraduate courses in the following spring, and supervising up to two senior theses. One course each semester will be an introductory course in IR. Another course will be International Security. This amounts to four preps. The other courses are subject to negotiation, but there will be a strong preference for courses with an international security theme. Candidates with an earned doctorate are preferred, but we will consider candidates who have achieved all-but-dissertation status. The successful candidate should have prior experience teaching his or her own courses.

To apply, please send a letter of application, a curriculum vita, three letters of recommendation, a brief statement outlining your teaching and research experience, and teaching evaluation statistics or other evidence of teaching effectiveness (but please do not send copies of individual student evaluations). The search committee will begin reviewing files as they are received and will continue work until the position is filled.

Wesleyan University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Please send all materials to:
http://careers.wesleyan.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51542