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What an outstanding opportunity to teach Part Time in our School of Energy! If you share our values of: Innovation, Collaboration, Accountability, Respect and Excellence, continue reading to learn how to become a part of our Faculty Team.
Adjunct opportunites come available throughout the year based upon student demand in specific programs. Your application materials will be maintained within your area of interest and made available to the Dean of the School for consideration when an opening is identified.
As an adjunct instructor, you are responsible for providing objective and unbiased teaching that is meaningful, relevant and current. Classes are to be well organized, thoroughly prepared and in conjunction with a course syllabus.
Adjunct faculty members have an important role in student learning at San Juan College. We value the contributions of our adjunct faculty, and hold them to the same high teaching standards as our full-time faculty. Adjunct faculty members are expected to:
•Use the official course syllabus and have their course guide approved by Lead Instructors or an instructor in equivalent position as specified by the School Dean.
•Adhere to all policies of the College
•Use expected student-performance assessment procedures and test items where relevant; submit samples of student work as requested for learning outcomes assessment procedures.
•Submit grades by deadline.
•Refer students to appropriate College student support resources including tutoring, counseling, and advising.
•Implement the College student evaluation process as scheduled and directed.
•Communicate regularly with the Lead Instructor or other designated instructional personnel; bring forward any concerns related to student conduct.
•Those who teach online must complete appropriate training and have a quality check of their online course before the course is taught.
•Participate in San Juan College professional development activities as schedule permits.
Adjunct faculty are hired on a semester basis, depending upon the instructional needs identified for each semester. Such services shall be compensated on a credit hour contact hour basis at rates recommended by the president and approved by the San Juan College Board.
It is the policy of San Juan College that adjunct faculty may teach no more than 9 credit hours per semester. Requests from the academic dean for more than 9 credits in a semester or 29 hours a week must be approved by the Vice President and Human Resources Director prior to contract approval.
Payroll and Benefits
Adjunct faculty are paid twice a month, on the 15th and last working day of the month, provided that all payroll forms are signed in a timely manner. Adjunct faculty in the School of Energy are paid $25 per hour. Problems concerning payroll should be referred to the Business Office (payroll – x3543) or Human Resources Office (x3215).
There are no medical/dental benefits provided to adjunct faculty. State and federal taxes, FICA and social security will be withheld for all adjunct faculty.
Adjunct faculty teaching one (1) credit class or more are eligilble for the tuition waiver benefit. Tuition may be waived up to four (4) credit hours per semester, and any one (1) credit HHPC Fitness Conditioning class for each semester they are employed. This tuition waiver benefit may be transfered to a qualified family member. If transferring to a qualified family member, proof of family status is required (i.e., marriage certificate, affidavit of domestic partnership or birth certificate) and must be verified by Human Resources.
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