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
2019/2020 ACADEMIC YEAR
Master's degree (or higher) rate = $565 per contact hour
Contact hours vary depending on course offering
- Teaching assignment may include a full range of undergraduate courses within the Spanish program
- Teaching responsibilities include teaching, maintaining scheduled office hours, and advising students
- Participation in developing and improving academic courses
- Morning, afternoon, evening and online offerings may be available
APPLY ONLINE THROUGH THE “APPLY” LINK LISTED BELOW. PLEASE FAX UNOFFICIAL COPIES OF COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS FROM ALL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED TO 810-989-5577 OR E-MAIL 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 Spanish; or Master’s Degree with 18 graduate hours in Spanish; or Native speaker who has been certified through testing by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) for Higher Education
- 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