Affiliate Faculty - Anthropology, Sociology, Criminal Justice
Position Type:AffiliateScheduled Weekly Hours:40Requested Start Date for this Position:01/03/2022 - 8 months to goCampus Location:Northwest Denver CampusFull-time or Part-time:Part timeJob Summary:The Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Criminal Justice is looking for affiliate/adjunct faculty for Spring 2022 and potentially beyond.
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Please submit a CV/resume, cover letter, evidence of teaching experience such as student evaluations, teaching portfolio and/or teaching statement. Questions can be directed to Dr. Jude Fokwang at email@example.com. Current employees, please submit an application and requested documents by logging into Workday. Click on the Career Worklet and access the internal site.Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Successful candidates will primarily teach introductory courses in sociology and other upper division and/or required courses in the department. The affiliate faculty member will be responsible for preparation, teaching and one hour per week dedicated for office hours.
Minimum Qualifications: ABD or master's degree sociology, criminology-criminal justice or a related field from an accredited institution; evidence of strong undergraduate teaching experience
Preferred Qualifications: Ph.D. in sociology, criminology-criminal justice or a related field from an accredited institution; evidence of strong undergraduate teaching experience
Work Schedule: Variable
Pay Rate:$3,225 per course
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