| Columbus College of Art and Design is seeking an energetic educator to join the Science and Social Science Department in the Division of Liberal Arts as Part Time Adjunct Faculty in the fall 2014 semester. The position requires teaching a part time load of 3 hours (1 course) minimum and 9 hours (3 courses) maximum per semester including Introduction to Sociology, Social Problems, Stratification: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity, and Popular Culture. |
Essential Duties/Responsibilities: Faculty will demonstrate excellent knowledge of the subject matter in the required courses related to their specific expertise within a professional curriculum. As a part time faculty member within the department, the selected applicant will: • Effectively plan and prepare for classes each week to create a professional and productive learning environment for their students • Build successful relationships with diverse student populations • Effectively assess student learning, course objectives, departmental outcomes, and institutional learning goals • Develop and complete class syllabus and projects without direct supervision • Adhere to all College policies and procedures
Required Qualifications: The candidates must have a relevant M.A., M.S., or Ph.D. Professional experience and/or college level teaching experience as a plus.
We seek enthusiastic candidates with experience in research methodologies and current trends in diversity, and eager to work with a diverse student body at a private art and design college who are interested in developing connections between our art and design curriculum and knowledge of sociology for our students.
Resumes will be accepted until filled.
To be considered for this position, please submit a cover letter and CV/resume to:
Columbus College of Art & Design Attn: Human Resources Department - Sociology 107 N. Ninth Street Columbus, OH 43215 E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (put Sociology in the subject line)
Our college campus is a vital and growing “urban learning village” of 1,350 students located in downtown Columbus, a smart, open, and growing city with a metro-area population of 1.4 million. Offering BFA and MFA degrees, the College, as a matter of values and practice, focuses on the development of applied creative thinkers.
CCAD makes recruitment and retention decisions based on credentials, experience, abilities, talent, and results. The administration, faculty, staff and students embrace diversity and the college prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, religion, national and ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other legally protected class status. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. EO/VET/Disability Employer