Adjunct Faculty positions are temporary, part-time positions hired each semester on an as-needed basis. The adjunct faculty member will be responsible for creating a learning environment that assists students in reaching their goals; and for providing effective instruction and assessment within the framework of common syllabi provided by the School.
This position is responsible for teaching our Internship I (HUMS 201) and Internship II (HUMS 202) courses. The internship coordinator is responsible for: 1. assisting students in obtaining their internship placements prior to the start of the semester, 2. conduct at least one site visit to each students internship site throughout the semester, 3. Follow and facilitate internship policies and procedures as outlined in the human services internship program manual, 4. Maintain existing relationships and build new partnerships with community agencies serving as internship sites for our students, and 5. Serve on the Lawrenceburg campus Human Services advisory committee. This position must be flexible to meet the needs of our students.
Perform all instructional duties necessary to teach and facilitate student learning in assigned classes. Provide syllabus appropriate to course(s) being taught to students and follows syllabus content and requirements. Maintain student attendance and grading records according to College policy as outlined in the Adjunct Handbook. Submits requested information within established timelines. STUDENTS: Is available to students outside scheduled class time to answer questions/provide assistance. Deal with student concerns and, if necessary, consult with program coordinator to resolve issues. INSTRUCTION: Meet all scheduled classes of contracted course(s). Use technology such as Blackboard, PowerPoint, etc. as appropriate. In event of emergency absence, notifies program/department chair. Conduct all activities with an appreciation and respect for diversity of people, styles, and views. Promote same as an integral part of one's work.
A qualified faculty member in human services meets all three of the following criteria:
1. Possesses an earned master’s or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in a human services field, and
2. Completed academic preparation appropriate to the program; and
3. Has one of the following:
- Professional certification or licensure in the field; or
- Two years of directly post master degree related work experience.