Instructor/Assistant Professor of Economics

Campus: Ephraim/Richfield

Review Date: March 31, 2019
Close Date: Open until filled
Desired Start Date: August 1, 2018

Job Status: Accepting Applications 


Snow College’s Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences is seeking a professor of economics. The successful candidate will be expected to provide instruction in a variety of economics classes, including but not limited to Economics, Principles of Macroeconomics, and Principles of Microeconomics, and perhaps other classes in another social science discipline.


PREFERRED: PhD in economics or related discipline from an accredited institution (ABD will also be considered).

REQUIRED: Master’s degree in economics or related discipline. Candidates should be prepared to demonstrate how their degree field and/or experience would supplement the department and benefit students. 

  • Ability, experience, and qualification to teach introductory classes in both microeconomics and microeconomics.
  • Ability and desire to teach courses through interactive video conferencing to high school concurrent enrollment students.
  • Demonstrate experience and excellence in teaching.
  • Be committed to facilitate the growth of the Social and Behavioral Sciences program at Snow College.
  • Be experienced in engaged learning pedagogies.
  • Be adept in diverse instructional methods (i.e., face to face, online, hybrid, and IVC).
  • Ability to communicate effectively and clearly in oral and written English.
Major Responsibilities/Duties:
  • Teach primarily general education introductory courses in economics and other social science courses.
  • Teach 14-16 credits per semester through a variety of delivery modes and in multiple campus locations, including concurrent enrollment courses through IVC delivery.
  • Develop collaborative relationships with colleagues at Snow and at the transfer institutions and with external constituents.
  • Mentor and advise students; possible student club advisor (may be outside of traditional hours).
  • Participate in campus-wide committees and service to the campus and community at large.
  • Willingness and ability to work on interdisciplinary projects and to assist students in engaged learning activities.
  • Willingness to promote education programs in the local community and beyond. (Creating community and industry partners, traveling to schools, etc.)
  • Program and curriculum development.
Additional Information:
  • Full-time one-year position, with possibility of converting into a tenure-track position.
  • About Snow College

$43,000-$50,780 DOE

Work Hours:
  • Full-time
  • Professional commitment - 40+ hours per week - 9 months per year
Special Instructions to Applicant:

Email completed application and required documents to

Required Applicant Documents:

1. Cover Letter
2. Snow College Employment Application
3. Resume/Vita
4. Transcripts (Unofficial copies at this point)
5. Three current references with complete contact information

Optional Applicant Documents:

1. Peer Evaluations from recent academic years
2. Student Evaluations from recent academic years