Reading (Adjunct) Instructor, Hillsborough Community College, Tampa, FL
This is to fill part-time adjunct faculty positions on the Brandon campus, Dale Mabry campus, MacDill A.F.B. center, Plant City campus, SouthShore campus, and Ybor City campus.
Supplemental Job Information:
The College is seeking applicants to teach part-time for upcoming semesters. Applications will remain actively on file for one year. To be considered, applicants must have been awarded the qualifying degree and/or qualifying graduate semester hours. If you are selected for a screening interview for an adjunct faculty position, you must bring an official transcript(s) in a sealed envelope from the educational institution to the interview. Applicants with a qualifying degree from an educational institution outside the United States and Canada must submit a foreign credential evaluation from one of the members of the National Association of Credential Evaluations Services (website: www.naces.org).
The position requires at least a Master’s degree with at least 18 graduate semester hours in any combination of Reading or Reading Education.
Prefer applicants with previous higher education teaching experience.
Part-time credit-course instructional faculty who have taught satisfactorily at HCC for one to eight semesters will be compensated at the rate of $71.00 per instructional point, based on the number of assigned load points. Those who have taught satisfactorily at HCC for more than eight semesters will be compensated at the rate of $73.00 per instructional point, based on the number of assigned load points.
Online App. Form: https://jobs.hccfl.edu/postings/12842
Hillsborough Community College is a multi-campus state-supported Community College accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. HCC is an equal access/equal opportunity institution committed to affirmative action and advocates a drug-free environment. HCC seeks qualified and diverse candidates with multicultural experience including members of protected class groups. Recruitment is contingent upon funding and Board of Trustees approval.