Jobs: Lots of Adjunct Positions-Pt. 1

 

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It seems like lately there are a zillion adjunct and part time positions out there. I am sort of surprised, as from ewhat I’ve been hearing U’s were pulling these spots and making the full timers teach more classes. But, perhaps another way this is happening is that searches for full time positions are suspended and instead it’s cheaper to hire a few adjunct for now while the dust settles fro the economic meltdown. Anyway, I’ll be posting handfuls of adjunct positons throughout the next few weeks. I’ve done lots of adjunct teaching. Often it doesn’t pay great. But, it is a good way to pocket a few grand, update your resume, try out teaching a new type of course for you, and polish your lecture curriculum development skills. Also, I imagine for people without  much in the way of teaching experience, it is a good route to get some on your CV before job hunting for full time positions. That way your CV grows, and, you get to test the waters to confirm you like teaching before diving into full time. 

 

ADJUNCT POSITIONS FOR 2009-10

 

 

1.)Art Institute of Dallas-Fashion & Retail Management 

This person will instruct and facilitate meaningful learning in the course competencies in the curriculum and proactively support all facets of the learning environment. Provide career education through learner-centered instruction that will enable graduates to fulfill the evolving needs of the marketplace. Encourage a culture of learning that values mutual responsibility, life-long learning, diversity, and ethics as well as personal and professional development. Master’s required.

Contact:

Director of Human Resources

The Art Institute of Dallas

8080 Park Lane, Suite 100

Dallas, TX 75231

E-mail

 

2.) Mount Ida College-Instructor for FM 220 Textiles I: Fibers and Finishes in the Fashion Merchandising and Marketing program

The course includes the identification and analysis of natural and synthetic fibers, use and care of textile products and fabric testing. Masters, MFA or PHD preferred. 

Contact:

All resumes will be considered. Applicants are asked to forward a cover letter, resume, and three references to:

Human Resources Office

Mount Ida College

777 Dedham St

Newton, MA 02159

Email

 

3.) Art Institute of Cincinati-Fashion Merchandising

Key Job Elements: Provides competency-based education, Designs class instruction, Enables student exit competencies, more. Master’s required.

Contact:

Director of Human Resources 

8845 Governors Hill Drive 

Cincinnati, OH 45249 

Email

 

4.) Kent State University-Fashion Design and Merchandising

Non-tenure track position teaching supporting fashion classes for Fashion Design and Merchandising majors. Bachelor’s degree in fashion-related field, 5 years fashion-related industry experience preferred, demonstrated teaching ability.

Contact:

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MORE WILL BE POSTED LATER THIS WEEK….STAY TUNED

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