Part-Time Faculty (Adjunct Pool) - KinesiologyLocation:
Kinesiology and Human PerformancePosting Date:
$2,550-3,200 based on degree and enrollmentRequired:
Applicants must have Masters in Kinesiology or closely related field with a minimum of 18hrs of graduate coursework in Kinesiology/Physical Education/Sport/Recreation
Doctorate Degree in Kinesiology, Exercise Science, Sports Management, Recreation or closely aligned field; demonstrated ability or experience teaching at the college or University level, including via distance education.
*Please specify in cover letter whether application is for undergraduate, graduate, or both. This position is for a candidate pool which will be reviewed on a semester basis for available opportunities.
Preference given to candidates with demonstrated experience in teaching at the college or University level, as well as applied knowledge of quality standards for online teaching. Highlight other industry or professional accomplishments in cover letter.Primary Responsibilities:
Responsible for instruction of course work within the Department of Kinesiology including but not limited to: Athletic Training, Biomechanics, Exercise Science, Kinesiology, Sport Science, Sport Management, Recreation & Leisure Studies, or closely aligned field -please specify in cover letter. Experience teaching in an online environment with demonstrated skills using a learning management system (e.g. Blackboard) preferred.Other Information:
Position is Security Sensitive.
Responsible for personal safety and the safety of others; must exercise due caution and practice safe work habits at all times.
Salary Detail:Masters Degree under 20 students $850/credit or $2,550 per 3 SCHMasters Degree over 20 students $500 extraPh.D. under 20 students $900/credit or $2,700 per 3 SCHPh.D. over 20 students $500 extraSummer Faculty $4,200 (Per 3 SCH) max 6 SCH per session, prorated for fewer than 10 students
Summer courses above the max 6 SCH are paid at the overload rate of $2,130
Texas Law requires a 60 day waiting period before new state employees are eligible to enroll in health insurance.About SRSU:
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