Lecturer Jobs in North Carolina


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Essential Job Duties: Applicants for this position will be expected to teach primarily in the construction engineering and management area but may be also expected to teach courses in structural engineering and mechanics. The position title and rank depend upon education and experience. The position is a time-limited academic year appointment (9 month) which may also provide the opportunity for ad...
Essential Job Duties: At NC State SHS, we believe in placing Students First. We do this through collaboration, connections, communication and commitment. We look for the highest caliber and best qualified individuals to help achieve great things. We are seeking one highly talented individual to serve as the Associate Director, Health Promotion (Team Lead). This position is the lead person in the d...
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Associate Professor


$36,000.00 - $115,000.00
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