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The Department of Classical Studies at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota, has been authorized to seek applications for a tenure-track appointment as Assistant Professor to begin in August 2013.

We seek a broadly trained classicist, able to teach Latin and Greek at all levels, Classics in Translation, Mythology, Greek Civilization and Roman Civilization, as well as participate in the college's freshman Inquiry Seminar program. Preference will be given to applicants with a background in Latin pedagogy who are interested in preparing undergraduates for Minnesota K-12 licensure in Latin with special preference given to applicants who can provide evidence of excellence in teaching. The ideal candidate will direct Concordia's Latin Days (a secondary school competition similar to JCL) and be willing to participate in Concordia's May Seminar abroad program. Teaching experience and Ph.D. in hand are essential.

Application must be made online at . Applicants should complete the online application form and upload 1) a cover letter describing teaching experience, teaching philosophy and research interests, 2) current CV, 3) names and contact information (email addresses) of three references. Evidence of excellence in teaching and writing samples are optional, but welcome. In order to be considerd for interview at the Seattle meetings, applications must be complete by December 15, 2012. Applicants selected for interview at the meetings will be asked to provide an official transcript. Later applications will continue to be considered until January 5, 2013. Inquiries can be sent to Professor Barbara McCauley, Chair of the Department of Classical Studies, at

Concordia is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities and women are especially encouraged to apply. Developing and sustaining a diverse faculty, staff, and student body furthers the college’s educational mission. Applicants should be in sympathy with the mission of a Liberal Arts College of the Lutheran (ELCA) church which entails a full commitment to academic freedom and openness to discussions between faith and learning.