St. Clair County Community College is accepting resumes for part-time instructors (adjunct faculty).
If there is not a specific vacancy in your area of interest at this time, your information will be available to the hiring manager for possible future consideration.
Classification: Part-Time, on a semester basis
FLSA Status: Exempt, Hourly
2022/2023 Academic Year
Master's degree (or higher) rate = $607 per contact hour
Contact hours vary depending on course offering
Teaching assignment may include a full range of undergraduate courses within the Anthropology program
Teaching responsibilities include teaching, maintaining scheduled office hours, and advising students
Participation in developing and improving academic courses
Morning, afternoon, and evening offerings may be available
Apply online through the “Apply” link listed below. Applicants must provide unofficial copies of college transcripts from ALL institutions attended. Transcripts can be uploaded within the application process, faxed to 810-989-5577 or e-mailed to HR@SC4.edu.
JOB SUMMARY: To design and deliver instruction to students.
Prepare and deliver academic instruction, including developing syllabi, developing content and administering assessments
Maintain and submit necessary class records, including early alert and final grade reports and attendance verification for financial aid compliance
Participate in student grade appeal procedures
Observe college calendar
Post and maintain conference hours
Participate in assessment of student learning and assessment reporting according to assessment plan
Master’s Degree in Anthropology or 18+ graduate credit hours in Anthropology
Teaching experience at the higher education level preferred
All academic degrees must be from a regionally accredited college or university
Ability to maintain good relationships with students, staff, and community members
For Further information, contact SC4 Human Resources at HR@SC4.edu or call 810-989-5534
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