Lecturer - Government (Two Positions)
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Washington, United States|
The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Social Work invites applications for up to two full-time Lecturers in Government to begin September 2013.
Primary responsibility is overseeing, managing, and growing the Department's off-campus Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP). The program currently offers college-level courses in 10-15 high schools throughout Eastern Washington, several of which serve minority and other under-represented populations.
Responsibilities include working and teaching within the Government Department. Primary teaching responsibilities will be introductory and upper level courses in Government and International Studies.
Positions ares open until further notice; screening will begin mid-July 2013. All materials will be held in strictest confidence; references will not be contacted until candidates have been notified.
Eastern Washington University is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty, staff, students, and academic program offerings and to strengthening sensitivity to diversity throughout the institution. Eastern Washington University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, and applications from members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged.
1) Master's Degree, preferably in Political Science or a field related to education, student services, and/or higher education
2) Experience in one or more of the following: university-level advising, high school advising, high school administration, university-level instruction in related coursework, program administration, and budgetary oversight
3) Demonstrated interest, experience, and/or ability to promote cultural competence and/or diversity
1) Master's Degree in Political Science or related field.
2) Experience teaching college-level Government and International Studies courses.
3) Demonstrated interest, experience, and/or ability to promote cultural competence and/or diversity.
1) Experience in and knowledge of Washington State Running Start programs, both on and off campus
2) Experience and knowledge in working with high school teachers, counselors, and others in ways related to off-campus Running Start programs
3) Knowledge of Government (Political Science) and courses that are or could be offered by the Department as Concurrent Enrollment Program courses, including Introduction to American Government and Global Issues courses
4) Experience teaching Government (Political Science) courses at the college level
5) Strong commitment to building and expanding access to college credit courses in high school settings across Washington State
6) Some knowledge of online learning platforms, especially Canvas
1) Two or more years of teaching experience at the university level
2) Knowledge of online learning platforms, especially Canvas
|Primary Category:||Government and Public Service
|Secondary Categories:||Diplomacy and International Relations