Apply for Vacancy for Salaried Faculty at Saybrook University in the USA. The category of the position is Liberal Arts – Sociology.
The Saybrook University College of Social Science seeks to hire a Faculty Member to join the Transformative Social Change (TSC) Department. Also, this is a half-time, remote employment position, at .5 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE); benefits package included.
Saybrook’s MA and PhD Transformative Social Change programs focus on preparing graduates to possess the capacities to become successful policy advocates and leaders in a wide range of nonprofit, governmental and educational settings–focusing on social justice, human rights, community building, peace, and the environment.
- Doctorate or other terminal degree in a related field from a regionally-accredited institution
- Also, demonstrated scholarship and/or accomplishments in the field
- Commitment to multicultural and humanistic principles
- Likewise, experience with ethnically diverse and/or other special populations
- Furthermore, travel to Residential Conferences in January and August of each year;
- Strong commitment to the goals and vision of Saybrook University
- Likewise, committed to excellence in teaching, practice, and research (experiences with on-line instruction is desirable)
- Also, able to offer on-line instruction regarding topics and skills within his/her areas of expertise.
- Additionally, creates a sense of unity and common purpose and manages change effectively
- Furthermore, ability to build teams and effective working relationships
- Promotes interdisciplinary work within and beyond the Department
- Works collaboratively and thinks strategically
- Also, critical thinker
- Affectively honest and open, with a high level of personal integrity
- Likewise, communicates effectively
- Consults with colleagues at all levels
- Furthermore, well organized and able to meet complex workload demands
- Similarly, strong commitment to equity, diversity, and multiculturalism in education and society.
All faculty members at Saybrook University are expected to be available and responsive to students. Faculty engagement expectations include:
- Faculty will make contact with students enrolled in their course within the first week of the new semester and before the residential or educational conference.
- Furthermore, faculty will respond to emails or phone calls and acknowledge received assignments within two business days.
- Also, for courses with weekly discussions, faculty will be in contact with students at least three times per week for online courses to provide substantive contributions and respond to student posts. This will include engagement across the duration of the weekly discussions.
- Likewise, for individually mentored courses, faculty will schedule with each student regular online and off-line communication.
- Additionally, for other course designs, faculty will demonstrate how they are engaging students in a consistent and meaningful way across the semester or term.
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