Adjunct Faculty - Social Sciences
Posting DetailsPosition Information Job TitleAdjunct Faculty - Social SciencesFLSA StatusExemptPosted Salary Range$2,800 to $3,000Employment StatusPart Time .25DepartmentSchool of Social SciencesMinimum Qualifications
An earned doctorate in the Social Science discipline or Master degree. Prior teaching experience on the junior college or university level is preferred.Purpose of Job
The successful candidate will teach courses in the department of Social Sciences as an adjunct instructor.Scope of Responsibilities
The candidate will be broadly trained and able to teach courses in the social science disciplines (Sociology, Economics, Political Science, Criminal Justice and History). The position also requires engagement in departmental or university service work, as well as scholarship and an active research agenda. Demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching and mentoring students, and assume additional responsibilities as needed for the improvement and growth of the program.Essential Job Functions
Ability to teach varied courses in Social Science.
Advise Social Science students about academic requirements and registration for classes.
Contribute to continual program improvement through annual evaluation of program outcomes and objectives.
Prepare required information for quality enhancement planning and evaluation.
Assist in ongoing program curriculum development and participate in service to the program, department, school, and the community.
Actively engage in professional activities related to Social Science disciplines, including a demonstrated commitment to a specific research agenda.
An earned doctorate in the Social Science discipline or Master degree. Prior teaching experience on the junior college or university level is preferred.Licensing and Certifications
N/AKnowledge Skills and Abilities
Knowledge and Skilled in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Knowledge and Skilled in Blackboard, Banner and other online or statistical packages.
Ability to operate office equipment including a calculator, copier, projector, Scranton machine, etc.
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- Cover Letter/Letter of Application
- Unofficial Transcripts
- Teaching Philosophy
- Writing Sample
- Letter of Recommendation (Professional)
- Letter of Recommendation (Personal)
- Letter of Recommendation (Professional or Personal)
- Curriculum Vitae