At the instructor level, salary is paid on a per-course basis.
The Department of Human Development and Family Studies seeks applications throughout the year from individuals who are interested in obtaining temporary teaching positions within the department. The department provides instruction of both undergraduate and graduate students. Applicants for Instructor position must hold a masterís degree in an appropriate discipline. Applicants for Adjunct Assistant Professor must hold a PhD degree in an appropriate discipline. Applicant for Adjunct Associate Professor or Adjunct Professor must hold a PhD degree in an appropriate discipline and evidence of a scholarly program of research (e.g., conference presentations, journal papers, grant funding). We specifically are seeking Adjunct Assistant Professor applicants who are able to teach courses related to human (child, adolescent, and/or adult) development, and a senior seminar on grant writing, at the undergraduate level.
Interested applicants should electronically submit a cover letter stating interest in employment, a current resume/curriculum vita, a statement of teaching experience, and the names and contact information for three references to Lise Youngblade, Department Head Lise.Youngblade@colostate.edu. This pool is valid through June 30, 2013, at which time applicants wishing to remain in the pool must reapply.
Salary: At the instructor level, salary is paid on a per-course basis. For appointment at the Adjunct Assistant Professor level, we are seeking to hire someone at a part-time or full-time appointment for 9 months. For appointment at the Adjunct Associate Professor and Professor levels, we are seeking to appoint research-oriented faculty funded by grants; any salary related to teaching will be paid on a per-course basis.
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