This is a regular, full-time, non-tenure track position
beginning August 2024.
The Full-time Faculty is expected to be a highly qualified teacher
and advisor with excellent communication, and interpersonal skills;
an understanding of the curriculum; scholarship, publications and
research in the discipline. The Full-time Faculty reports to the
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Teach twelve credit hours of course work each semester
specified by Program, undergraduate, and nine credit hours in the
- Hold 10 hours of office hours per week, with five hours being
regularly scheduled and the remaining five held by
- Serve on University committees or offices, as allowed by tenure
status, i.e. non-tenure track, tenure-track, tenured.
- Attend regularly, all program, department, college, and faculty
- Maintain accurate records of class attendance and performance
in all courses as necessary, and report non-attendance to registrar
as requested per the Senior Vice President for Academic
- Support proper assessment of all associated programs, including
major degree programs and Liberal Studies.
- Assign course grades in keeping with University guidelines and
provide mid-term and final grades on the date and time
- Attend University functions, e.g. Founder’s Day Exercises,
Commencement, and any other University convocations.
- Participate in University-Sponsored faculty development
programs, such as workshops, conferences, and technology
professional development workshops.
- Follow all classroom procedures as described in the Faculty
Handbook and provide proper and timely feedback to student
Ph.D. required for all disciplines. At least 18 graduate semester
hours in any teaching discipline, or a documented justifiable
scholarly and professional experience in the discipline certified
by the respective College Dean. At least 18 graduate semester hours
in any teaching discipline, or a documented justifiable scholarly
and professional experience in the discipline certified by the
respective College Dean.
Files to be submitted are 1) Letter of Application; 2) Curriculum
Vitae; 3) Statement of Teaching Philosophy; 4) Unofficial
transcripts from all institutions attended (official transcripts
will be required of al/finalists); 5) Official JCSU Application.
Three signed Letters of Recommendation on letterhead from
individuals familiar with the candidate's teaching abilities are
also required and should be scanned directly to by the person
making the recommendation.
Finalists for this position are subject to a background check.
Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a
background investigation including criminal history and identity