Lecturer AY: World Languages & Cultures PoolCollege for Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
World Languages & Cultures
Job #: PT2012-008
Japanese Language & Culture, B.A.; Spanish, B.A.
Applications are currently being accepted to establish a pool of qualified applicants.
The School of World Languages and Cultures is searching for a lecturer to teach American Sign Language courses. For further information, contact Yoshiko Saito-Abbott, Chair of the School of World Languages and Culture. firstname.lastname@example.org
CSUMB continuously accepts applications for pools of part-time faculty. Applications may be submitted to the pool at anytime. A separate application is required for each department in which you wish consideration. Whenever possible, indicate times or days available for teaching assignments on your application. Minimum qualifications include a master's degree in a related field, or equivalent, in accordance with University guidelines. A terminal degree and evidence of effective teaching with a variety of methodologies is preferred. Salary is commensurate with credentials and experience. All appointments are subject to a criminal background check.
Candidates are expected to demonstrate a commitment to teaching excellence and student success at the university level. The successful candidate must have the ability to work effectively with students, faculty, and staff from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Lecturers are required to maintain additional hours outside the classroom to provide assistance to students. Specific assignments are dependent upon department needs. Candidates may be called upon to teach in a distance education mode.
At the request of each department, applications will be forwarded to the department chair/selection committee for review. If it is determined that your background and qualifications match the University's current needs, you will be contacted to arrange for an interview. Applications will be kept in the pool for up to one year beginning each March 1st. Applicants are asked to reapply annually to express continued interest.
Lecturer appointments are temporary and do not confer tenure. Initial appointments may be for one semester or an academic year. Continuing appointments are contingent upon such factors as performance, enrollment, funding and programmatic need.
More about our academic community: California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) is a comprehensive state university that values academic excellence and the integration of learning, working, and residential living within a multicultural and interdisciplinary community. The campus is located on scenic and historic Monterey Bay on land, which formerly was part of the Fort Ord army base. This 21st campus of the CSU system is committed to serving the diverse people of California, especially the historically underserved communities. The university values an environment of cultural and linguistic diversity and gender equity; ethical reflection and practice, effective and experimental use of technologies as resources to people and catalysts for learning; and the integration of cross-disciplinary pedagogic, research, and daily operational models which enable students, faculty and staff to engage in innovative instruction and coordinated service learning. The curriculum is organized around student learning outcomes. It is global in perspective, and of sufficient breadth and depth to meet local, regional, and statewide needs, specifically those of both isolated rural communities and inner-city populations.
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