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FACULTY VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

Stella and Charles Guttman Community College at CUNY is currently seeking Adjunct Faculty to teach a variety of courses in Business Administration, Human Services, Information Technology, and Urban Studies during the Fall 2 session (Period: January 4 - February 27, 2017) and the Spring 1 Session (Period: March 5 - June 14, 2017).

Some of the available courses include, but are not limited to:Basic Reading/Writing Business Law & Ethics Environmental Ethics Ethnicity & Community Development Ethnographies of Work History of Urban Life Introduction to Urban Planning and Policy Java Programming Quantitative Reasoning Statistics Race, Sexuality and Gender in Urban Life Urban Community Health

Adjunct faculty perform teaching, research and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise. They share responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions.

QUALIFICATIONS
For Adjunct Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Full Professor: Ph.D. degree in area(s) of expertise or equivalent.
For Adjunct Lecturer: Bachelor's degree in area(s) of expertise; Master's degree in area of expertise preferred.
For all ranks: Candidates with previous experience teaching in higher education, and familiarity with ePortfolio and Starfish or comparable pedagogies and technologies are preferred.

COMPENSATION
Adjunct Lecturer: $64.84 - $80.70/hr *Adjunct Assistant Professor: $73.53 - $87.29/hr *Adjunct Associate Professor: $79.29 - $97.16/hr *Adjunct Professor: $87.94 - $107.04/hr

*Commensurate with qualifications and experience.*Salary subject to the new contract implementation.

CUNY offers faculty a competitive compensation and benefits package covering health insurance, pension and retirement benefits, paid parental leave, and savings programs. We also provide mentoring and support for research, scholarship, and publication as part of our commitment to ongoing faculty professional development.

HOW TO APPLY
From our job posting system, select "Apply Now", create or log in to a user account, and provide the requested information. If you are viewing this posting from outside our system, access the employment page on our web site and search for this vacancy using the Job ID (16017) or Title (Multiple Adjunct Faculty Positions - Business, Human Services, IT, Urban Studies). Please apply with resume, cover letter, and names and contact information of three professional references. In order to be considered for review, please include days and times of teaching availability with applications. Candidates should provide a CV/resume and statement of scholarly interests.

CLOSING DATE
Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.
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