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Available - Instructor,Humanities, Bryant Zhuhai (Hong Kong)

Position Summary:

Bryant Zhuhai seeks invites applications for an Instructor in Humanities. Contracts for instructors are for one year beginning September 1, Protected content , and may be renewed. The academic year in Zhuhai runs from early September to July and includes a winter break.

Bryant Zhuhai is a 4 year academic program developed in partnership between Bryant University in Smithfield, RI and the Beijing Institute of Technology, Zhuhai (BITZH). Bryant Zhuhai will begin its second academic year in September, Protected content will serve approximately Protected content , business students.

Guangdong Province, the site of Bryant Zhuhai, is located in Southern China and is a very important area for China’s economy, providing 10 percent of China’s total GDP and the location for many of China’s innovative manufacturing operations. A 32-mile-long bridge is under construction; when completed in Protected content will be Hong Kong's first connection to mainland China and will link Hong Kong to Zhuhai and Macau.

Principle Accountabilities:

This position includes teaching undergraduate, introductory courses in the humanities – research area open, as well as contributing to student growth and development through active involvement in student related activities.


Minimum of a Master’s level degree in an appropriate field required; Ph.D. preferred. In addition to strong teaching capabilities in-discipline, experience teaching English composition, or other writing intensive survey courses, highly desirable; ELL experience also a plus. The instructional program is English-immersion and moving toward development of an English living-learning community. Fluency in both academic and colloquial American English required.


Salary is competitive to Zhuhai educational market. Benefits include a travel allowance and health care benefits.

Applicant Instructions:

Please submit a curriculum vitae/resume and cover letter including contact information and three references to Protected content .

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