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Adjunct Faculty, ESL

Northwood University
Michigan, United States
Salary Not Specified
Posted Date
Sep 28, 2022


Northwood University in Midland, MI is accepting applications for adjunct faculty to teach English as a Second Language (ESL). MA TESOL or an equivalent degree from a regionally-accredited institution required. Prior ESL teaching experience at the university level required.

This position is part-time and location bound to the Midland, MI campus.

Part-time faculty members are responsible for teaching and undertaking professional and scholarly activities in order to stay current in their areas of teaching responsibility and may also contribute to university service.


Responsible to:
•Teach a variable course load per individual semester, compressed, or summer contract
•Hold regularly scheduled office hours (minimum of 1 hour per week for each 3 credit hour course) and / or be available to students on a regular basis
•Assess student learning based on institutional outcomes, course goals and objectives in an unbiased, timely, and respectful manner
•Provide timely and relevant feedback on graded work
•Respond to student inquiries within 48 hours (24 hours in an 8 week or compressed/summer course)
•Adhere to administrative expectations and deadlines established by CAO, division chair, and academic dean
•Remain current in their respective academic disciplines and ensure ongoing intellectual engagement
•May contribute to a combination of activities representing substantive contribution to the university


Minimum Qualifications are:
•Possess at least a Master's Degree in the area of teaching discipline
•Possess at least the minimum academic credentials required by Northwood's Operating Units or the institution's regional and/or specialty accrediting bodies or state licensing agencies


•Uphold and promote the ONE Northwood mission, core values, outcomes, ethics, and strategic plan
•Think and act in the best interests of ONE Northwood
•Promote and practice the philosophy of the university and its commitment to the American enterprise system, in and out of the classroom, on campus and elsewhere
•Actively support university events and initiatives that support the NU Strategic Plan and continuous improvement
•Interact with colleagues throughout the Northwood system in a timely and professional manner
•Travel as necessary to attend meetings and activities when appropriate
•Use Blackboard learning platform according to the university standards
•Maintain accurate and up to date information regarding academic credentials and professional/scholarly activities
•Abide by all conditions outlined in the University Employee Manual and Faculty Manual

Applicants are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the university’s outcomes at .

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