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Academic Year Adjunct Lecturer-Anthropological Archaeologist-Anthropology Department

Employer
Santa Clara University
Location
Santa Clara, California
Closing date
May 17, 2024

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Position Type
Faculty
Discipline
Archaeology
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Academic
Position Title:

Academic Year Adjunct Lecturer-Anthropological Archaeologist-Anthropology Department

Position Type:

Fixed Term (Fixed Term)

Salary Range:

HIRING RANGE:

Salary will be between $62,820 and $66,720, based on the number of courses taught and years of teaching experience; benefits eligible.

Purpose:

PURPOSE:

The Department of Anthropology at Santa Clara University, a Jesuit, Catholic university, invites applications for an Academic Year Adjunct Lecturer (2024-2025, non-tenure-track) in Anthropological Archaeology. Courses may include ANTH 2 (Intro to Archaeology), ANTH 4 (Vanished Peoples and Lost Civilizations) and ANTH 11A/12A (Peace and Violence) or other courses in archaeology. Specific assignments will be made according to the academic qualifications of the individual and programmatic need. The successful candidate will teach the equivalent of 6 courses, with at least one course in each quarter, fall, winter and spring. Each quarter is 10 weeks long, with an 11th week set for final examinations. This position starts September 1, 2024. This position is for in-person

instruction; however, the successful applicant may have to provide temporary on- line instruction should the county health or university health situation so require.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

(1) Ph.D. in Anthropology or a closely-related field. Applicants who are ABD or possess a Master's degree, accompanied by commensurate academic experience in Anthropology or a closely-related field (5-7 years of college or professional teaching) will be considered.

(2) Demonstrates excellence in teaching Anthropology at the college level.

(3) Excellent communication skills.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

(1) Experience with inclusive pedagogical practices that advance SCU goals of

diversity and equity.

(2) Experience teaching and mentoring a diverse population of undergraduate

students.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

TEACHING (95%) Fulfilling all responsibilities associated with teaching the

assigned courses, including:

a. Conducting and appearing at all assigned class meetings in a timely and prepared manner that demonstrates a command of the discipline and skill in presenting it effectively;

b. Assigning and evaluating assignments that align with the course description and course learning outcomes, and providing timely feedback to students;

c. Holding regular weekly office hours on campus;

d. Submitting student grades that are appropriate, accurate and fair measures of student performance to the Office of the Registrar by the designated deadline;

e. Administering numerical and narrative evaluations for all courses;

f. Where applicable, teaching from an approved syllabus for the University Core courses assigned or working with the Chair to design an appropriate syllabus for submission for approval from the relevant Faculty Core Curriculum Committee;

g. Serving as an advisor to a reasonable number of students, commensurate with the full-time equivalency of the appointment, by providing informed advice to those students;

h. Developing courses for which they are responsible and contributing to general

curriculum development.

SERVICE(5%)

Faculty Handbook section 3.6.3.3 defines service as "fostering and advancing the mission and goals of the department, the University, or the profession through contributions other than teaching and scholarship or creative work such as service on committees, participation in professional organizations and activities, and community service performed in virtue of their professional expertise or association with the University."

Service may more specifically include attending department meetings, serving on committees, advising student organizations and honor societies, taking part in student recruitment/orientation efforts, and contributing to the accreditation or program assessment.

To respect the time and commitment of AYAL faculty members, service expectations must be commensurate with the full-time equivalency of the appointment. Service is typically evaluated as 5% of the appointment. Additional service must be included through an assignment letter as part of the faculty member's formal written appointment.

Service tasks relevant to your specific department or curriculum may be detailed

here, such as Attending meetings of (specialized group like laboratory or writing

instructors), generally held once a month.

Other minimal instructional or academic duties may be assigned by the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences or the Chair of the Department.

REQUESTED APPLICATION MATERIALS:
  • CV, sample syllabi, and teaching evaluations from previous courses, a short cover letter, and contact information for references.
  • The date the ad will close. Monday, May 13, 2024.
  • Applicants will upload all of their information into Workday, with the exception of confidential letters of reference, which will be requested at a later stage of the search process. Please direct questions to anthropologysearch@scu.edu

  • COVID-19 Statement

    The health and safety of the university community is a top priority. All Santa Clara University students, and employees are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or request a medical or religious exemption. Please visit our COVID-19 webpage for additional information.

    Work Authorization:

    Santa Clara University does not sponsor any visa applications for this position. The successful candidate must be able to provide evidence of identity and legal authorization to work in the United States.

    EEO Statement

    Equal Opportunity/Notice of Nondiscrimination

    Santa Clara University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all Federal and California State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action. Applications from members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged. For a complete copy of Santa Clara University's equal opportunity and nondiscrimination policies, see https://www.scu.edu/title-ix/policies-reports/

    Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972

    Santa Clara University does not discriminate in its employment practices or in its educational programs or activities on the basis of sex/gender, and prohibits retaliation against any person opposing discrimination or participating in any discrimination investigation or complaint process internally or externally. The Title IX Coordinator and Section 504 and ADA Coordinator is Aaron Zisser, Director of Equal Opportunity and Title IX, 408-551-3043, azisser@scu.edu , www.scu.edu/title-ix. Inquiries can also be made to the Assistant Secretary of Education within the Office for Civil Rights (OCR).

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    Americans with Disabilities Act

    Santa Clara University affirms its' commitment to employ qualified individuals with disabilities within the workplace and to comply with the Americans with Disability Act. All applicants desiring an accommodation should contact the Department of Human Resources, and 408-554-5750 and request to speak to Indu Ahluwalia by phone at 408-554-5750 or by email at iahluwalia@scu.edu.

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