Adjunct Instructor - African American and Diaspora History
Job no: 492566
Work status: Regular/Continuing
Location: LCC Downtown Campus
Categories: Adjunct Faculty
Work type: Part Time
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Title: Adjunct Instructor - African American and Diaspora History
This posting is open until filled
The date after which applications are not guaranteed review is: 10/29/2021
Hours Per Week: Up to 28 Hours
Compensation Type: PT Faculty-Pay Based on PT Salary Schedule
Rate of pay is based on the required qualifications of this position.
Employee Classification: Adjunct Instructor
Division: Arts & Sciences Division - 407000
Department: History - 407212
Campus Location: LCC Downtown Campus
Position Type: Regular/Continuing
Bargaining Unit: MAHE
To view the applicable labor contract, visit the Labor Relations web site.
Adjunct Positions are filled by semester on an as needed basis. Applicants in this applicant pool are reviewed when the department has an immediate need to fill a vacancy. Review of applications will then stop for the semester once the vacancy has been filled.
Adjunct (part-time) faculty to teach courses in African American and Diaspora History. Depending upon program needs and the candidate’s qualifications, teaching assignments may be on LCC’s downtown Lansing campus, at an extension center (within 40 miles of the downtown campus), and/or via online delivery methods. Adjunct faculty are expected to work collaboratively with senior department faculty to develop course content consistent with official course syllabi, to deliver course instruction to students, and to be available for student assistance and advising outside of class. Additional responsibilities may include participation in course assessment, department/program meetings, professional development activities, and other duties as assigned.
Master’s Degree in History (from a regionally accredited college or university) or a relevant field with a minimum of eighteen credits in graduate history courses.
Previous teaching experience or public history experience.
IMPORTANT: If an educational degree is required for this position, unofficial copies of transcripts from each institution of higher learning where either a degree has been conferred or coursework completed are required documents that must be submitted as part of the online application process.
Applicants with foreign education credentials (i.e. earned degree and related to this position) must contact a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) credential evaluation services (www.naces.org) and request an academic transcript evaluation. Three of NACES member credential evaluation services are: Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. (email: email@example.com) ; World Education Services, Inc.(email: firstname.lastname@example.org) ; International Education Research Foundation, Inc. (email: email@example.com). The credential evaluation must be submitted with the application materials.
Coursework information, if applicable, must be added as an attachment under Additional Attachments.
REMEMBER: If an educational degree is required for this position, applications lacking these required documents will not be considered.
Demonstrated coursework or experience in African America or Diaspora History.
Experience in teaching African American or Diaspora History.
Fully responsible teaching experience at the college level.
Experience using educational technology.
Lansing Community College is an equal opportunity, educational institution/employer.
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