Adjunct Faculty - Foundations and Social Advocacy

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Adjunct Faculty - Foundations and Social Advocacy


Academic Affairs, Division of


Foundations and Social Advocacy

Faculty Sub-Type:

Adjunct Faculty

Salary Level:


Salary Range:

$3000 per 3 credit hour course : $43,325 visiting

Position Effort:

Part-Time (enter FTE below)

If Part-Time, enter FTE::

FTE determined by # of courses assigned

Position Summary:

The department is establishing a pool of applicants to fill potential part-time temporary teaching positions and full-time visiting faculty position openings. (Please note: FT Visiting positions are rare and they should not be the sole purpose for your application.)

Major Responsibilities:

A classroom based 3 credit hour course pays $3000 per class.The department typically hires for the courses/subject areas listed below but this list is not all inclusive. Other courses/subject areas may become available within the department. ILLUSTRATIVE NEEDS INCLUDE:

Supervision for Student Teaching
SPE 270: Introduction to Special Education
SPE 275: Introduction to Special Education (Secondary Education)
FSA 103: Gender, Race, and Class Issues in Education
FSA 212: Introduction to Inclusive Education
FSA 340: Students with Complex Disabilities in Schools and Families
FSA 400: Foundations of Education
FSA 411: Planning for Instructional Strategies in Special Education
FSA 437: Assessment of Learners with Diverse Needs
FSA 479: Social Curriculum and Behavioral Supports
FSA 510: Introduction to Special Education (Graduate level)
FSA 515: Introduction to Disability Studies
FSA 530 – Supporting the Communication of Students with Complex Needs
FSA 535 – Alternative/Augmentative Communication and Assistive Technology for Students with Severe or Multiple Disabilities
FSA 600: Inclusive Education Pedagogy
FSA 610: Inclusive Education Assessments
FSA 615 – Assessment for Adolescents with Disabilities
FSA 620 – Discipline and Social Skill Development
FSA 625 – Inclusive Curricular Pedagogy for Adolescents with Disabilities
FSA 630 – Students with Disabilities in Context
FSA 683 – Administration of Special Education
EDL 613: Principles of Financial Leadership
EDL 615: Educational Leadership and the Law
EDL 616: Principles of Curriculum Leadership
EDL 656: School Finance
EDL 657: Principles of Organizational Leadership
EDL 678: Strategic Supervision and Leadership
EDL 680: Principles of School Building Leadership
EDL 683: Principles of Special Programs Leadership
EDL 685: Facilities Management
EDL 690: Principles of School District Leadership
EDL 696/698: Educational Leadership Internship
EDL 699: Culminating Seminar

Functional and Supervisory Relationships:

Reports to academic department chair.

Required Qualifications:

Master’s degree in foundations of education, inclusive education, educational leadership or a related field.

Preferred Qualifications:

Terminal degree preferred.

EEO Statement:

The State University of New York College at Cortland is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity/Americans with Disabilities Act (AA/EEO/ADA) employer. The College actively seeks applications from women, veterans, individuals with a disability, members of underrepresented groups or anyone that would enrich the diversity of the College.

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Special Instructions to Applicant:

For consideration, please apply online and submit the following:

1.) Letter of application
2.) C.V.
3.) List of three professional references including their names, addresses, email, phone numbers and how you know the reference.

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Posted: 9/20/2020
Application Due: 3/19/2021
Work Type: Full Time