Part-time Assistant Professor in Organizational Leadership and Educational Administration
Location: San Diego, California
Type: Part Time
Salary: Hourly: $25.85 - $28.05
Hourly: $25.85 - $28.05
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5 openings available.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 1006
Sanford College of Education is seeking a Part-time Assistant Professor in the following areas of specialization(s): Organizational Leadership and Educational Administration.
Part-time faculty members teach courses within a programmatic core discipline as assigned. Primary responsibility is to engage students, offer excellent feedback, and inspire students to achieve course and program outcomes relevant to the core discipline. This position works closely with other faculty teaching in the discipline and department.
The role of Part-Time Assistant Professor includes teaching courses within a programmatic core discipline as assigned.
***Note: This is a Part-Time position, where faculty member works approximately 25 hours a week.***
Specific performance standards for teaching include, but are not limited to:
Part-Time Assistant Professor will email/record and post a welcome letter to their assigned students one week prior to the start of course, when feasible, but always within the first week of the course.
Part-Time Assistant Professor will record and post a video introduction which will be placed in each course.
Part-Time Assistant Professor will answer all student emails within two calendar days which is likely to require responding over weekends. The exception to this requirement is if the Part-Time Assistant Professor is on PTO or when there is a holiday observed by the University.
Communication with students will take place within the University learning management system (LMS), University-designated systems and through University assigned email.
Part-Time Assistant Professor will contact Student Services (by use of designated means) in the LMS as soon as Part-Time Assistant Professor determines a student is not actively participating in the course.
Part-Time Assistant Professor will contact a student by email and a phone call to encourage re-engagement in the course as soon as Part-Time Assistant Professor determines a student is not actively participating in the course.
As technologically supported by the platform, Part-Time Assistant Professor will host no less than two one-hour synchronous office hour sessions per week. Office hours will be posted in each course.
Part-Time Assistant Professor will provide quality feedback to students. Quality feedback includes but is not limited to:
substantive and reflect a content focus
impart knowledge, share resources and dialogue with students
include track changes of edits to proper use of mechanics
include a summative statement at the beginning or end of document with key observations
communicate in a manner and with language reflecting support of the student
Part-Time Assistant Professor is expected to meet the University's requirements for scholarship as articulated in the Faculty Handbook. Part-Time Assistant Professor is encouraged to apply for the various initiatives the University funds to promote research and scholarship. Assistant Professor will:
Maintain a record of scholarly activities befitting a doctoral granting institution
Contribute to the body of knowledge of their discipline
Compliance with University Policies
Part-time Assistant Professors are expected to know, acknowledge, and comply with University policies as stated in the Team Member Handbook and Faculty Handbook.
Education and Experience
Doctorate degree with focus in Educational Leadership or related field from a regionally accredited institution preferred
Three to five (3-5) years of professional and/or research experience in Educational Leadership
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