Employment Opportunities

If you would like to post a position to this website, please send the information to be posted to executivedirector@pacificsoc.org .   If the position will be “open until filled”, please include information on when you would like the posting removed.  If possible, send your information as a .doc or .docx, as this makes it easier to copy/paste. Posts are accepted from colleges and universities as well as other institutions/organizations seeking to employ sociologists, and need to come directly from the school/organization.

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CSU San Marcos: Assistant Professor, Sociology & Criminology and Justice Studies

CSU East Bay: Assistant Professor, Human Development & Women’s Studies

University of Montana: Assistant Professor, Criminology/Sociology

Gonzaga University: Assistant Professor, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies 

Gonzaga University: Chair for new department of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies

Ball State University: Assistant Professor of Sociology

Mississippi State University: Sociology Department Head and Professor

Madrid, Spain: Research Assistant, Center for the Governance of Change

Western Oregon University: Assistant or Associate Professor, Criminal Justice

University of Florida: Assistant Professor, Law, Society, and Justice

University of the Pacific: Assistant Professor of Sociology, Health, Community Well-being and Social Welfare

CSU Long Beach: Assistant Professor, Human Development–Aging in Diverse Populations

San Francisco State University: Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice Studies

Western Washington University: 3 tenure-track Assistant Professor positions (Social Demography, Organizations, and Environmental Sociology)

Louisiana State University: Assistant Professor, Race/ethnicity, Sociology and African/African American Studies

Vanderbilt University: Assistant Professor, Sociology of Health

Sonoma State University: Assistant Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice

Chemeketa Community College: Adjunct Sociology Instructor

University of Minnesota: Associate or Full Professor, Demography/Population Studies