ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL
(POSITION IN ATHENS)
Deadline: October 31, 2018
Term: A full-time (12 months) position beginning July 1, 2019 for three years, with the possibility of renewal for a final fourth year.
Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience; benefits include room and board at the School.
Qualifications: Candidates must have earned the PhD from a North American university no more than three years prior to the application and must have spent a minimum of a year as a Member of the ASCSA. An active agenda for research and publication, knowledge of Greece and Modern Greek, and teaching experience are expected.
To help the Director in the administration of School business and to stand in for the Director when needed. Reports to the Director of the School.
To assist with the academic program under the direction of the Mellon Professor by lecturing, leading short trips or offering mini-seminars/workshops on area(s) of expertise.
To serve as a contact and resource person for all members of the School and to live in Loring Hall.
To help with the planning of the Summer Session by suggesting itineraries, speakers, and generally offering support to the Summer Session Directors, but not making actual arrangements.
To be a visible presence in the Athenian social and academic scene by attending functions as an official of the School.
To pursue research on a project.
The Assistant Director will be appointed by the ASCSA Managing Committee (through the Personnel Committee) in consultation with the Director of the School and the Andrew W. Mellon Professor. Please submit letter of application, curriculum vitae, and research project description (up to three pages in length) online at:
Three letters of recommendation are required. After you submit your online application, your recommenders will receive an automatic email with instructions about how to upload confidential reference letters. Final candidates may be interviewed at the annual meeting of the AIA in San Diego, California, in January.
ELIZABETH A. WHITEHEAD DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR
One or Two Positions for 2019-2020
Deadline: October 31, 2018
Term: Early September to June 1.
Eligibility: A senior scholar working in any area related to the mission of the School with a significant record of publication and teaching who is affiliated with a Cooperating Institution. Preference will be given to those who have not received recent support from the School. Previous holders of the Whitehead may apply if the previous term was at least five years prior.
The Whitehead Distinguished Scholar shall pursue research on a project that utilizes the facilities of the School and enriches its academic program. Whitehead Scholars participate in School trips and excursions, work closely with Regular and Student Associate members of the School during the winter term (late November to late March) on the subject of their expertise, and generally participate in the academic life of the School. A more detailed description of this position and a list of past Scholars’ work with members is available on the School’s website (www.ascsa.edu.gr
Applicants are encouraged to consult with the Mellon Professor in Athens well in advance of the October 31
deadline when crafting their proposed contributions to the academic program of the School.
Compensation: Stipend of $40,000 plus round-trip coach airfare to Athens, board at Loring Hall for the Whitehead Scholar (one-half senior rate for spouse, and one-half student rate for dependents), School housing, and hotel and transportation on up to four of the five field trips (western and northern Greece, Peloponnesos, central Greece, Crete, and the Corinthia and Argolid) and transportation on all winter Attica excursions.
Application: On or before October 31, Applicants should submit the following materials online at:
· Brief statement of interest (1 page)
· Curriculum vitae (max. 3-pages) including list of publications.
· Statement of current and projected research (max. 3 pages)
· Proposed contribution to the academic program (max. 3 pages)
· Account of the frequency and length of earlier visits to Greece.
Applicants should ask three recommenders to submit letters of reference by October 31
The appointments will be announced by January 15.
Pennsauken High School is hiring for a full time Latin teacher beginning September 4, 2018. Courses are Latin I, Latin II Honors, Latin III Honors, and AP Latin IV. The textbook used is Latin for the New Millennium. This is a thriving Latin program in an urban/suburban Pre-K to 12th grade school district of approximately 5,000 students located in Camden County, New Jersey (near Philadelphia, PA). The school has very active Junior Classical League and Latin Honor Society chapters.
JOB ID 918 – Latin Teacher
Candidates are encouraged to apply online by visiting www.pennsauken.net. For information, contact:
Director of Human Resources
856-662-8505, extension 6508
Seton Hall University seeks applicants for tenure- track faculty appointment at the rank of assistant professor in Classical Studies beginning in the 2018-2019 academic year. Teaching responsibilities will include Greek and Latin language and literature at all levels, as well as Classical literature, civilization, and culture courses in translation. Participation in the University Core Curriculum will be expected, and may include teaching in the University Honors Program. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Classics, a demonstrated commitment to undergraduate teaching and learning, and experience in leading interdisciplinary courses. Click the “Apply Now” button at http://jobs.shu.edu/cw/en-us/job/493257/tenure-track-assistant-professor-in-classical-studies.
The Classical Association of the Atlantic States is seeking applications for the position of Treasurer. The Treasurer will serve a three-year term, beginning immediately after the 2018 CAAS Board Meeting on Saturday, April 21 and running through the end of the Fall 2021 Annual Meeting. The position carries a stipend, and may be renewed for more than one term.
The general responsibilities of the Treasurer according to the CAAS Bylaws:
The Treasurer shall carry out all banking functions for the Corporation; shall maintain the Corporation’s financial records and produce periodic financial reports for the Board; shall prepare and submit reports and forms as required by state and federal law; shall cause full and accurate accounts of receipts and disbursements to be kept in books belonging to the Corporation; shall cause such books of accounts and records to be exhibited to any of the directors at any time upon request and shall render a detailed statement to the directors as often as they shall require it; shall perform such other duties as the Board may prescribe.
A more detailed description of the responsibilities are listed in the CAAS Regulations and Operating procedures. The applicable functions are:
The Treasurer, a Board-appointed officer serving a three-year renewable term, shall:
- pay bills and deposit funds (registration fees, dues, donations, etc.) in the Association’s name
- keep full and accurate accounts of receipts and disbursements in books belonging to the Association and shall exhibit these books of accounts and records upon the request of any member of the Board
- keep full and accurate accounts of all restricted endowment funds or gifts as portions of CAAS’s endowment, as mandated by the Investment Policy.
- produce written financial reports of CAAS’s general accounts and, individually, of each restricted fund for the spring and fall meetings of the Board and for the Board’s Annual Report to the members
- send acknowledgement letters to donors as required by federal and state tax authorities
- send the tax accountant the year’s deposit slips, canceled checks, investment reports, and bank statements in a timely fashion
- support the Investment Liaison in carrying out the Association’s investment policy and the management of its endowment
- maintain the Association’s sales-tax exempt status, purchase large items for CAAS in tax-free states if the office is in a taxed locale, and maintain credit cards for officers
- give to the directors a list of all entities with which CAAS has financial dealings to aid them in filling out their annual disclosure statements
- serve on the Executive Committee and Finance Committee
Please send applications to Nominations Committee Chair Karin Suzadail firstname.lastname@example.org by March 2, 2018. Applications should include a letter of interest, the names and contact information of three references, and a current curriculum vitae.
Nota Bene: Applicants must work or reside in the CAAS Region, i.e. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and District of Columbia.
Seton Hall University seeks applicants for a one-year term faculty appointment at the rank of assistant professor in Classical Studies for the 2017-2018 academic year. The position will be in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Teaching responsibilities will include Latin language and literature at all levels, and Classical literature, civilization, and culture courses in translation.
- We are looking for an outstanding teacher who will engage undergraduate students in creative and disciplined intellectual challenges.
- The teaching load is four courses per semester.
- The preferred candidate will have a Ph. D in Classics no later than October 2017 and a commitment to undergraduate teaching and learning.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
- Please send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and three letters of reference to the Search Committee Chair: Dr. Frederick J. Booth (email@example.com), Director, Classical Studies Program. All materials should be submitted electronically. The deadline for applications is April 13, 2017.
Seton Hall, the oldest Catholic diocesan university in the US, is located 14 miles west of Manhattan, in South Orange, New Jersey and has an enrollment of approximately 10,000 students. Candidates should be supportive of the Catholic mission of the university. SHU is committed to programs of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action (EEO/AA) to achieve our objectives of creating and supporting a diverse racial, ethnic and cultural community.
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is searching for the next Editor of Hesperia, the official journal of the ASCSA. The successful candidate will work full-time, preferably out of the Princeton office, beginning on or around June 1, … Continue reading