Facilitator for Online Anthropology Classes

Kentucky, United States
Salary Not specified
May 21, 2021
Employment Level
Employment Type
Full Time

Facilitator for Online Anthropology Classes

Position Type:
Position Category: PT Faculty
Driver Classification: Non Driver
FLSA Status: Exempt
Employee Class: 03-Part Time Faculty

Position Summary:
Anthropology program is accepting applications for part-time online facilitators. On-line facilitators work with the Instructor of Record for the class in grading assignments and answering discussion boards. Successful candidates will hold a master's degree with at least 18 hours graduate credit hours in Anthropology and previous teaching experience.
When an opening is available, your application will be considered in the applicant pool.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology plus at least 18 hours of graduate school completed in the discipline.

Desired Qualifications:

Division: Academic Affairs/Provost
Department: College of Letters, Arts & Soc Sci
Unit: Anthropology/Sociology/Social Work
City: Richmond
H Code:
Funding Source: Institutional

About the College/Department:

Contact Person: Carissa Brown
Posting Number: PTF00215P
Number of Vacancies: Pooled
Job Open Date: 01/04/2021
Application Review Date:
Job Close Date: 7/2/2021
Open Until Filled: No
Special Instructions Summary:

AA/EEO Statement:
Eastern Kentucky University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and educational institution and does not discriminate on the basis of age (40 and over), race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, ethnicity, disability, national origin, veteran status, or genetic information in the admission to, or participation in, any educational program or activity (e.g., athletics, academics and housing) which it conducts or any employment policy or practice.

Background Check Statement:
Offers of employment are contingent upon satisfactory background check.

Document Link:

To apply, visit https://jobs.eku.edu/postings/15510