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Part time
Job Category:
Adjunct Faculty
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Normandale Community College | Minneapolis, MN
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Job Description

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The college seeks dynamic and innovative instructors with vision and personal drive.

Normandale Community College primarily serves the south/southwest region of Minneapolis / St. Paul, Minnesota. The Twin Cities, with a population of over 3 million, is a sophisticated metropolitan area with growing economic, recreational, arts, ethnic and linguistic diversity. Over 15,000 students attend the College each year. We are known for our academic excellence. Normandale Community College is committed to honoring human differences by celebrating and learning about differing values, beliefs, and backgrounds in a safe and respectful environment.

Examples of Duties:Normandale Community College seeks a qualified, enthusiastic, student centered, committed Adjunct Instructors. These positions may be "on-call" or temporary, part time.

The qualified applicant will:

* Teach a variety of courses (may include daytime, evening, weekend, online or off-campus components)
* Practice active and experiential learning strategies
* Join in assessment of student academic achievement at classroom, department, and college level
* Participate in the departmental and college communities through a variety of activities (e.g., curriculum development, service on committees, student life activities, etc.)


Minimum Qualifications

* Master's Degree with a major in field or
* Master's Degree with a minimum of 16 graduate semester credits (24 graduate quarter credits) in field

Preferred Qualifications

* Ph. D. in field
* Possesses strong discipline expertise
* Teaching experience, preferably at the community college level
* Student-centered
* Enthusiastic about and committed to teaching and learning in the community college
* Ability to work with a diverse student body that has a broad range of interests and abilities
* Willingness to explore and use a variety of technology to enhance teaching and student learning
* Demonstrated familiarity with the mission and constituencies of a comprehensive community and technical college

Supplemental Information:

Salary Range: Starting ANNUAL FULL-TIME salary (based on education and experience) will range from $33,500 to $68,500; however, actual salary placement is contingent upon completion of MnSCU's salary placement process and the number of credits assigned per term (YOUR ASSIGNMENT IN THIS POSITION IS LIKELY TO BE FAR LESS THAN FULL TIME.)

If you are assigned to teach 4 or fewer credits during the Fall or Spring terms (or 3 or fewer during the Summer term) you will be paid a flat rate of $1,200 per credit. The assignment of the number of credits to be taught is solely at the descretion of the Dean or the Department Chair, according to the needs of the College. An assignment of 5 or more credits in one term does not guarantee that an equal or greater number of credits will be assigned in subsequent terms.

Benefits are available for part time faculty who teach 6 credits or more in two consecutive semesters. Such eligibility starts at the beginning of the second semester. See page 83 of the current MnSCU contract for details. www.hr.mnscu.edu/contract_plans/documents/mscf0911.pdf

Application Process: Please apply online via this website http://agency.governmentjobs.com/normandale/default.cfm and include only the required application materials of:

* cover letter
* current resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
* unofficial copies of both undergraduate and graduate transcripts
* names and contact information for at least three (3) professional references who can address your qualifications for this position (we do NOT accept letters of recommendation); and
* teaching certificate or license, if applicable

When you apply as an adjunct instructor, your application materials will be kept on file for one year. If any openings in your indicated field arise within the year, the hiring manager may contact you for an interview. After one year, if you are not offered a position, you will be contacted by e-mail and invited to update your application.

If you are new to NEOGOV, please understand that you'll need to first create a Generic application that is stored within GovernmentJobs.com. After your application is complete, navigate back to the job posting in which they are interested in applying via our main vacancy page at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/normandale/default.cfm

Once you have navigated back to the correct job posting, click the "APPLY" link. From here, you will be able to apply for a specific vacancy, and attach the requested materials and answer all the supplemental questions, you will be able to click a "Submit" button.

Contact NeoGov directly about any technical difficulties you may have encountered working with the NeoGov site. You may call the Tech Support line at NeoGov for assistance. Call (310) 469-0515 or Toll-Free Number: (877) 204-4442, between 6am and 6pm Pacific Time, Monday-Friday. Upon connection, press 2, then 1, to get support for job applicants.

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities is an Equal Opportunity employer/ educator committed to the principles of diversity. We actively seek applications from women, persons of color and persons with disabilities. All applicants must be able to lawfully accept employment in the United States at the time of employment.

About Normandale Community College

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