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Adjunct Faculty Anthropology Pool (part-time)

Pierce College District
Pierce College District, WA, WA

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Social Sciences, Anthropology & Archaeology
Position Type
Employment Type
Part Time
Institution Type
Community College

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Position Summary

Applications are being accepted to create a pool of qualified applicants for part-time teaching positions for the Pierce College District. All applications remain on file for one year from the submission date.

Lecture rate is $1092.55 per credit hour.

Essential Functions

  1. Teach course(s) as assigned: Cultural Anthropology, American Mosaic, and/or other introductory anthropology courses.
  2. Conduct assigned classes in a manner that promotes student success and incorporates various teaching styles and technology.
  3. Be available to students before and after class, and
  4. Work effectively with colleagues and students of various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.


Meet one of the following:

  • Master's degree from an accredited institution in the discipline required.
  • Master's degree from an accredited institution from any discipline including 15 graduate semester credits in the discipline
Application Process

Application Requirements (Does Not Apply to Non-Credit Class Instruction):

To be considered for this position, applicants must include the following items in their application package:

  1. Letter of formal application that addresses how your experience and education qualifies you to perform the assigned responsibilities (Cover Letter)
  2. Detailed curriculum vitae of all educational and professional experience, which includes a list of courses taught (Curriculum Vitae).
  3. Unofficial copies of all college and university transcripts that include degree received and confer date. International transcripts must include a foreign transcript evaluation. For a list of approved credential evaluation services visit: (Unofficial transcripts acceptable for application process; official transcripts required prior to hire) (Transcripts).
  4. A list of four current professional references with name, relationship to candidate, address, email address, and telephone number. Letters of recommendation will not be accepted in lieu of a list of professional references (References).
  5. Upload (attachment) a brief statement that describes your teaching philosophy/style and addresses strategies used to engage a wide diversity of students; your use of outcomes assessment measures; your use of active learning techniques; and your use of presentation and alternative modes of delivery in the classroom, or, via web-based learning (Teaching Philosophy).
  6. Provide a brief response to the following questions (Supplemental Questions):
      What personal and professional work have you done in order to broaden your understanding of racial equity and how the intersections of multiple social and cultural identities impact your work and relationships with others? ANDHow have you infused equity and inclusion into your classroom in order for students to be challenged/motivated/inspired to contribute to an equitable society? AND Pierce College has set a goal of eliminating areas of inequity for all student populations. How will you contribute to this effort at the classroom, program, and institutional levels?

Reasonable Accommodation:Applicants with disabilities who require assistance with the application and employment process will be accommodated to the extent reasonably possible. Requests should be made to the District Human Resources Office by calling 253-964-7342. Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing may dial 711 to place a call through Washington Relay, the state's free telecommunication access service.
Screening & Interview Process:Applications are being accepted to create a pool of qualified applicants for part-time teaching positions for the Pierce College District. All applications remain on file for one year from the submission date. Only those candidates who have complied with the application process and meet the required qualifications will be considered. Conditions of Employment:

  • Applicants considered for this position will be required to disclose if they are the subject of any substantiated findings or current investigations related to sexual misconduct at their current employment and past employment. Disclosure is required under Washington State Law RCW 28B.112.
  • An offer of employment will not carry with it any responsibility or obligation on the part of the District to sponsor an H-1B visa. In compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, proof of authorization to work in the United States will be required at the time of hire.
  • Pierce College has adopted a Drug Free Workplace policy. As a condition of employment, employees must agree to abide by the requirements established in that policy.
  • The Pierce College District is an equal opportunity employer. The Board of Trustees and Pierce College District are committed to providing equal opportunity and will not discriminate in terms and conditions of employment and personnel practices for all persons without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, presence of sensory, mental or physical disability, and status as a disabled veteran, or Vietnam-era veteran. Questions may be directed to the Vice President of Human Resources, Affirmative Action Officer or the Title IX Coordinator at (253) 964-7342.

    For more information or assistance regarding your application, contact Human Resources at:

    Questions regarding equal employment opportunities or discrimination may be directed to the following:

    Sean Cooke, Title IX Coordinator

    9401 Farwest Drive SW

    Lakewood, Washington 98498 (253) 840-8472

    Tami Jacobs, ADACO/Section 504 Coordinator

    (253) 964-6581

    Holly Gorski, Vice President for Human Resources

    (253) 964-6519

    Paula Henson-Williams, District Affirmative Action Officer

    (253) 864-3229


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    Possibilities realized: Innovative and engaged learners enriching our local and global communities.


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