Adjunct Lecturer - Computing Sciences
The department typically hires adjunct faculty to teach classroom-based, hybrid, and on-line courses for the areas listed below but this list is not all inclusive. Illustrative needs include: Fundamentals of Java programming, introductory data structures, Microsoft Excel and Access features, UNIX Tools, HTML and CSS, lab classes involving the teaching of IT Hardware and Networking support Required Qualifications Master's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, or a closely related field with Bachelor's degree level experience in computing concepts by time of appointment from a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education or an internationally recognized college or university, or an appropriate level of experience commensurate with the adjunct lecturer responsibilities. Preferred Qualifications Doctorate in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, or a closely related field with Bachelor's degree level experience in computing concepts by time of appointment from a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education or an internationally recognized college or university. Significant teaching experience. Salary and Benefits $2,500 per 3 credit hour course (this amount may vary and if it does it requires the Dean's office and the Provost's office approval.) Health insurance is available to part-time faculty who teach six or more credits, contact hours, or credit equivalents per semester. Application Instructions Please visit jobs.brockport.edu to complete an application including your letter of application that addresses required and preferred qualifications, resume/CV, and contact information for three professional references. Application materials will be reviewed as positions become available and applications will be accepted through August 31, 2020. Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer/Diversity Statement We are part of an academic community committed to fostering integrity, civility, and justice. We affirm that the dignity of our Brockport community is protected when free speech, academic freedom and individual rights are expressed within a climate of civility and mutual respect. Striving to learn from each other, we value human diversity because it enriches our lives and it is fundamental to the College's commitment to teaching, learning, scholarship and service leading to student success.