Sociology - Temporary Full-Time Instructor

The Department of Sociology & Social Work at Bradley University invites applications for a temporary, full-time (non-renewable) instructor of Sociology, with classes starting in August 2014. 

Educational requirements include a MA or equivalent. Preference will be given to candidates with a Ph.D. in Sociology (ABDs considered).  Teaching responsibilities include Introductory Sociology, Social Inequality and/or Race Relations, therefore experience with these courses is desirable.  We will consider closely related fields such as American Studies or African American Studies when the candidate has teaching/research expertise in social inequalities.

Qualified candidates should submit letter of application summarizing qualifications and experience, curriculum vitae, and complete contact information of three professional references to:

Dr. Lori Wiebold

Department of Sociology & Social Work

Bradley University

Peoria, IL 61625

Email applications are also accepted at  Screening will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Employment with Bradley University is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a criminal background check.

Bradley University is a distinctive, medium-sized, comprehensive private institution of higher learning.  The University is located on an 85-acre campus in Peoria, the largest metropolitan area in central Illinois.  With approximately 5,000 undergraduates and 800 graduate students, Bradley offers the opportunities and choices of a larger university (with over 130 programs in five colleges, plus a graduate school) and the quality, personal attention, and challenge of a small private college.  Bradley is rich in tradition and full of promise to become one of the nation’s best comprehensive universities.  For additional information about the University, please visit

Bradley University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.  The administration, faculty and staff are committed to attracting qualified candidates from underrepresented groups.