American Indian Studies ProgDepartment Website Link:
Tucson, AZ USAPosition Highlights:
The Adjunct Instructor will provide part-time instruction for the Department of American Indian Studies undergraduate program for one Spring (2021) course: AIS 434 Tribal Government, contingent upon availability of funding. NOTE: The teaching schedule will depend on department scheduling; the course will be taught “live online” via Zoom.
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Duties & Responsibilities:
●Instruct undergraduate students in AIS 434
●Plan lectures and assignments
●Grade assignments and exams
●Asses final grades for students based on performance in class
Master’s degree in a related fieldPreferred Qualifications:
● Ph.D. in American Indian Studies or a related field
● College-level teaching experience
● Experience working with a tribal government
ExemptFull Time/Part Time:
Part TimeNumber of Hours Worked per Week:
Teaching FacultyBenefits Eligible:
No BenefitsRate of Pay:
Per CourseType of criminal background check required::
Name-based criminal background check (non-security sensitive)Number of Vacancies:
1Target Hire Date:
1/3/2021Expected End Date:
5/23/2021Contact Information for Candidates:
Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert
11/9/2020Open Until Filled:
YesDocuments Needed to Apply:
Curriculum Vitae (CV) and Cover LetterSpecial Instructions to Applicant:
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