Online Teaching Jobs Report – 9/21 Higher Ed Jobs in Biology

Today’s online teaching jobs listings focus is on online gigs for biologists

Some online teaching jobs can be found on traditional job boards, but the vast majority of these would only be found by going to the institution’s homepage, searching for the gig, and then searching through the school’s online course offerings to ensure that classes are taught online (for that area).  This process takes a little more time, but the amount of competition that you face for landing the higher ed job is significantly less when using this method.  As always, check in here to get some ideas of the online teaching jobs listings that are currently out there!

School – The University of North Texas at Dallas

Position – Biology Adjunct Instructor Pool for Online Courses

Departments – Life and Health Sciences
Program – Bachelor’s in Biology



School – Springfield Technical Community College

Position – Online Adjunct Professor – Biology

Departments – N.A.
Program – A.S. in Engineering and Science Transfer;jsessionid=4853CAC85659CD995F3C922E0492D4F3?JOBID=78171



School – Penn State University – University Park

Position – Instructor/Lecturer (Online)

Departments – Eberly College of Science
Program – B.S. Biology


School – Miami University (OH)

Position –Instructor/Visiting Assistant Professor

Department – Biology
Program – B.S. Biology




School – Guilford Technical Community College

Position – Instructor, Biology (Adjunct) (Online)

Department – Health
Program – A.A.S. Biotechnology




It never hurts to do a little browsing on school HR pages in order to find online teaching jobs and related positions.  Scientists and especially biologists should check these out!  Check back next week for some new leads!

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