Visiting Faculty Position
Adjunct Faculty Positions in our Evening & Weekend Curriculum
The Evergreen State College seeks to create pools of part-time instructors able to teach courses on the Olympia campus in evenings or on weekends during the next two academic years. Courses in our curriculum are typically 2, 4, or 6 quarter hours. The part-time work involved will range from 0% to 50% of full-time on a quarter-to-quarter basis. Specific areas of interest to the college include the following:
- Introductory Biology,
- Mathematics (college algebra, calculus and statistics),
- Economics, Accounting, or related disciplines,
- Introductory Psychology.
- Master's degree.
- College-level teaching or professional training experience.
- Experience working with diverse groups of students.
- Willingness to use exploratory, cooperative approaches to teaching and learning.
- Commitment to serving populations which are typically underserved in higher education settings.
- A terminal degree.
- Experience teaching collaboratively in an interdisciplinary setting.
Review our website to learn more about our Evening & Weekend Studies curriculum.
Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis to fill curricular needs in the fall, winter, and spring quarters of the 2012-13 and 2013-14 academic years.
These are adjunct faculty positions and are not eligible for continuing appointment. All requirements for these positions must be completed by August 2012. Salary for all positions is based on experience and degrees. We do not offer relocation expenses for our adjunct faculty positions.
Submit your application information on our online application.
Additional materials can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Curriculum Vitae or resume.
- A 2 to 3 page letter of application addressing your interest in the position, your teaching philosophy, and addressing the minimum and preferred qualifications, listed in the job description above.
- A list of sample courses you are prepared and qualified to teach. The list should include course titles, concise course descriptions, and brief course outlines.
- Names of three references - include address, telephone number and email address.
The College reserves the right to extend searches or not offer positions advertised. As a condition of employment, persons hired must provide proof of identity and employment eligibility within three (3) days of beginning work. All position offers are contingent on funding. Persons with disabilities can receive accommodations in the hiring process by contacting the Faculty Hiring Coordinator. The Evergreen State College is an equal opportunity employer.
Evergreen is a non-traditional public liberal arts college emphasizing intensive interdisciplinary study and collaborative team-teaching throughout the undergraduate curriculum and in three graduate programs. Teaching is the central work of the faculty at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Recognizing cultural diversity as a defining characteristic of the 21st century, the college has intensified its efforts to become a multicultural institution. Substantive experience working across cultural differences is therefore highly desirable for all positions. Committed to equal opportunity and affirmative action, Evergreen is working to build a diverse, broadly trained faculty. We particularly encourage applications from candidates whose race, national origin, sex, age, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status or physical disability will contribute to our diversity.
Successful teaching at Evergreen requires broad-ranging intellectual curiosity and the ability to formulate interdisciplinary questions with faculty colleagues and students. Faculty membership is unranked with salary determined on a non-competitive, open scale based on earned degrees and years of relevant experience.Evergreen's fundamental academic commitments are summarized in the Five Foci:
- Interdisciplinary study
- Personal engagement in learning
- Linking theoretical perspectives with practice
- Collaborative/cooperative work
- Teaching across significant differences