Employment

Employment | Tutor at Fullerton College's Basic Skills Initiative

Fullerton College's Basic Skills Initiative is offering two tutoring opportunities in fall 2018 to graduate and undergraduate students:

 

1. The Graduate Student Mentorship Program (GSM) is open to current graduate students in the following disciplines: English, math, reading, and ESL/TESOL. This unique program serves a dual purpose: to give graduate students the opportunity to gain valuable community college classroom teaching experience before they enter the job market, and to support the success of basic skills students enrolled in our courses. Please see the attached GSM application for more information. The deadline to apply is April 30, 2018.

 

2. The Entering Scholars Program (ESP) is hiring both undergraduate and graduate students that are interested in tutoring first-year students in English, reading, ESL, and math courses. Tutors are hired to work with a specific class and instructor for an entire semester. Please see the attached ESP application for more information. The deadline to apply is April 20, 2018.

 

Please note that since both opportunities are paid positions, students cannot receive course credit if hired.

Please see the attachments below for details on how to apply.

Gsm application fall 2018gsm-application-fall-2018.doc (68.5 KB)

Esp tutor application fall2018esp-tutor-application-fall2018.doc (45.5 KB)

Employment | Research Studio Fellow @ CGU

The Digital Humanities at the Claremont Colleges (DH@CC) team is looking for a Research Studio Fellow for the 2018-2019 academic year who can also work a few hours a week for training between March 26 and May 18. The Research Studio Fellow is a graduate student position that works closely with the DH@CC staff in the coordination and implementation of the DH program and services. Daily work includes providing consultations, technology workshops, and project management support for student, staff and faculty DH projects. The Fellow will be present for team meetings, participate in the few large grant-supported events throughout the year, and perform related tasks as described by the Digital Humanities Project Manager and Digital Research Studio Director.

 

Requested knowledge: At least one Digital Humanities course

 

Hours: 3-5 hours per week for the remainder of the spring semester for training

             20 per week during 2018-2019 academic year

  

Please send CV and email message of interest to the Director of the Digital Research Studio, Dr. Ashley Sanders Garcia at ASanders@cmc.edu  by 5:00pm Friday, March 9, 2018.

 

Appointment will begin the week of March 26 through the end of the semester and resume in August for the 2018-2019 academic year.

 

FMI and the full job description, please contact Dr. Sanders Garcia.

 

Employment | TCCS DH Administrative Assistant

Job Posting Title:

DH Administrative Assistant

 

Job Description:

The DH@CC Administrative Assistant is a graduate student position that will work closely with the Mellon DH staff to coordinate DH@CC activities.  The Administrative Assistant will report to the Digital Research Studio Director and will be responsible for event coordination, scheduling, email correspondence, and data collection.

 

Essential Functions:

• Creation of Google Forms to collect & track event RSVPs

• Assists with scheduling and coordinating activities, classes, programs, and events

• Corresponds with faculty, student, and staff clearly through phone and electronic mail

• Data collection for DH@CC program evaluation

 

Required Education Summary:

Currently enrolled in a graduate program at one of The Claremont Colleges.

 

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills:

• Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal).
• Professional written and oral communication skills.
• Strong organization and time management skills and ability to coordinate multiple tasks and assignments

• Basic knowledge of Excel/Google Sheets and Google Drive applications
• Ability to learn and perform new tasks quickly and effectively.
• Punctuality, dependability, and flexibility.
• Attention to detail.

 

Work Schedule:

20 hours weekly between 8:00am and 5:30pm, Monday–Friday.  Holiday, weekend and evening work hours may be required. Regular hours may vary due to needs of the organization or business unit

 

ADA/OSHA:

This job description defines the essential job duties of this position. The Claremont Colleges Services expects that employees hired for this position can perform the essential functions of this job without imposing risk of substantial harm to the health or safety of themselves or others. It may also include marginal functions, generally defined within Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

To apply, please visit: https://theclaremontcolleges.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/TCCS_Careers/job/Claremont/DH-Administrative-Assistant_REQ-219

Employment | Summer Writing Workshop

Summer Employment Opportunities

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is seeking strong applicants for instructional positions in its summer writing workshops for pre-collegiate students. Details of our instructor and instructional assistant positions are below. Information about other positions, including administrative roles, is available online. Our instructor positions are competitive, so we do encourage applicants to explore our Academic Dean and Academic Dean’s Assistant roles.

Teaching Critical and Creative Writing

CTY offers academically rigorous programs for advanced learners in elementary, middle, and high school. We seek highly motivated and well-qualified candidates to lead our writing workshop courses.

Our instructional staff

  • Lead small classes of 12-15 bright students
  • Enjoy many opportunities for professional development
  • Earn competitive salaries, plus room and board at residential sites

 

Instructors design curriculum and teach a three week course at a day or residential site

 

Teaching Assistants support classroom instruction at residential sites

 

Program Assistants support classroom instruction and facilitate the activities program at day sites

 

Strong candidates

  • Have significant independent teaching experience.
  • Are active writers.
  • Hold advanced degrees in creative writing, composition and rhetoric, or literature.
  • Earn $2400-3000 per session based upon education and experience.
  • Receive room and board on campus at residential sites.
 

Strong candidates

  • Have advanced undergraduate or graduate coursework in creative writing, composition and rhetoric, or literature
  • Are active writers.
  • Have worked successfully with young people.
  • Earn $1200 per session plus room and board on campus.

 

 

Strong candidates

  • Have worked successfully with young children.
  • Are active writers.
  • Have strong academic records.
  • Live near day sites.
  • Earn $1200 per session.

 

 

 

Where?

Our residential sites are located in California, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington, and Hong Kong.

 

Our day sites for grades 2-6 are located in the Baltimore and Washington DC areas; New York City; Los Angeles, San Diego and San Mateo, California; and Hong Kong.

When? Session 1: June 24–July 13; Session 2: July 15–August 3

More information

 

Employment | Learning Experience Observer @ TCC

Job Posting Title:

Learning Experience Observer

 

Job Description:

The Learning Experience Observation Program is designed to achieve a deeper understanding of teaching and learning that comes from shared analysis and revision between faculty and students. The Learning Experience Observation Programs pairs students (observers) and faculty to work together over the course of a semester. The goals of the program are to

  • Allow faculty and students to explore questions relating to teaching and learning in an affirming way so as to improve and develop effective classroom practices,
  • Foster open, critical, constructive dialogue between faculty and students in support of good teaching,
  • Change the culture at the Claremont Colleges so that dialogues about teaching and learning among faculty and students is natural, common, and desired.

 

Learning Experience Observers (LEOs) are students who observe a faculty member's class and meet with them weekly to provide insights and feedback. LEOs will receive ongoing training from The Claremont Colleges Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). 

 

Essential Functions: Learning Experience Observers (LEOs) are expected to perform these duties and responsibilities:

  • Be on time for the class being observed and all weekly meetings with faculty and CTL staff
  • Communicate clearly and have an open mind. Withhold judgment.
  • Take detailed notes during each class observation that will be the basis of weekly meetings with the faculty partner.
  • Advise CTL staff if any questions or issues arise.
  • Keep in confidence all that is observed, between CTL staff and faculty partner.

 

Required Experience

  • The LEO does not have to have any prior experience with the subject matter for the class being observed.

 

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills: Candidates must possess the knowledge, skills and abilities to be able to successfully perform the essential functions of the job or must be able to demonstrate how the essential functions will be performed (with or without reasonable accommodation) using other knowledge, skills and abilities not listed below:

  • High degree of emotional intelligence
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

 

Preferred Knowledge and Critical Skills

  • It is also helpful if the Learning Experience Observer has knowledge and experience with matters relating to equity, diversity, justice in higher education.

 

Required Education:

  • Enrollment at any of The Claremont Colleges (graduate or undergraduate).

 

Required Hours: Approximately 4 hours a week for class observation, debrief with faculty, and training meetings. Holiday, weekend and evening work hours may be required. Regular hours may vary due to needs of the organization or business unit.

 

ADA/OSHA

This job description defines the essential job duties of this position. The Claremont College Services expects that employees hired for this position can perform the essential functions of this job without imposing risk of substantial harm to the health or safety of themselves or others. It may also include marginal functions, generally defined within Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

 

Disclaimer

This job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this position. When duties and responsibilities change and develop, The Claremont Colleges Services will review this job description and make changes of business necessity.

 

For more information, including how to apply, please visit:

https://theclaremontcolleges.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/TCCS_Careers/job/Claremont/Learning-Experience-Observer_REQ-99

Employment | Honnold Library Student Assistant

Job Posting Title:

Library Student Assistant 1

 

Job Description:

Essential Functions:

• Provide in-person and telephone assistance at all service points with a high level of customer service.
• Identify patron needs and devise strategies for meeting those needs, including referring the patron to a librarian or staff member when appropriate.
• Provide information about events, facilities, collections, services, and policies at The Claremont Colleges Library, The Claremont Colleges, and The Claremont Colleges Services.
• Assist patrons in locating print materials within the library.
• Assist patrons with the use of the online catalog, electronic resources, WiFi, computer login, multi-function printers, projectors, microfilm, and other available technology.
• Perform general circulation duties, including checking items in and out, navigating patron and item records, processing holds and fines, and other circulation core functions, etc.
• Participate in collection maintenance by organizing and re-shelving books, processing new books, and processing Search Requests and Claims Returned, etc.
• Read all communication from library staff and remain current on library policies and procedures.
• Arrive on time for scheduled shifts and pick up additional shifts as needed.
• Attend student worker program meetings/socials and additional training sessions as needed or required.
• Adhere to the strict confidentiality policies of the library.
• Record usage statistics and gather additional data as requested.
• Contribute to one-time and continuing data-gathering, analysis, and assessment projects.
• Perform other related duties as assigned.

 

Required Education Summary:

• Currently enrolled and attending one of The Claremont Colleges.

 

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills:

• Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal).
• Strong customer service focus.
• Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
• Ability to learn and perform new tasks quickly and effectively.
• Punctuality, dependability, and flexibility.
• Attention to detail.

 

Preferred Knowledge and Critical Skills:

• Knowledge of techniques necessary to identify and meet the research and service needs of library patrons.
• Expertise with the online catalog, electronic resources, and technology used in the library.
• Familiarity with events, facilities, collections, services, and policies at The Claremont Colleges Library, The Claremont Colleges, and The Claremont Colleges Services.

 

Work Schedule:

Students average 8-19 hours weekly, including evenings and weekends. Shifts may be available during breaks from classes on request.

 

ADA/OSHA:

This job description defines the essential job duties of this position. The Claremont Colleges Services expects that employees hired for this position can perform the essential functions of this job without imposing risk of substantial harm to the health or safety of themselves or others. It may also include marginal functions, generally defined within Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

 

For more information, including how to apply, please visit: https://theclaremontcolleges.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/TCCS_Careers/job/Claremont/Library-Student-Assistant-1_REQ-63

 

Employment | Writing Tutor @ HMC

WRITING TUTORS NEEDED

The HMC Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts is recruiting tutors for HSA10, a writing intensive course offered to first year students. The position will start in Spring 2018, with the possibility of renewal every spring hereafter. Graduate students from all disciplines are welcome. Collaborative working environment & competitive salary Please send a c.v. and brief letter of interest (including names of two faculty references) to Professor Bill Alves (alves@hmc.edu)

Application Deadline: Nov. 27

Employment | Fullerton College Tutor

Fullerton College's Basic Skills Initiative is offering two tutoring opportunities in spring 2018 to graduate and undergraduate students:

 

1. The Graduate Student Mentorship Program (GSM) is open to current graduate students in the following disciplines: English, math, reading, and ESL/TESOL. This unique program serves a dual purpose: to give graduate students the opportunity to gain valuable community college classroom teaching experience before they enter the job market, and to support the success of basic skills students enrolled in our courses. Please see the attached GSM application for more information. The deadline to apply is Nov 6, 2017.

 

2. The Entering Scholars Program (ESP) is hiring both undergraduate and graduate students that are interested in tutoring first-year students in English, reading, ESL, and math courses. Tutors are hired to work with a specific class and instructor for an entire semester. Please see the attached ESP application for more information. The deadline to apply is Nov 6, 2017.

 

Please note that since both opportunities are paid positions, students cannot receive course credit if hired. Please see the attached applications if intersted. Esp tutor application spring 2018esp-tutor-application-spring-2018.doc (50 KB)Gsm application spring 2018gsm-application-spring-2018.doc (67.5 KB)

Employment | Early Modern Studies Reserach Assistant

Looking for on-campus work for the fall semester?

We are looking for someone to help organize and run social/intellectual events this year. Come see Lori Anne Ferrell to discuss the nature of the work. Student needs to be conversant with, and part of, early modern studies program.

Position may be extended to the spring. The stipend for this position is $2,000 per semester.

Priority will be given to doctoral students who are NOT intending or attempting to complete their dissertations in 2017-18.

Please email your CV to
lori.ferrell@cgu.edu by Noon on Friday, September 15th, with the subject “EMS RA”.

Employment | English Research Assistant

Looking for on-campus work for the Fall semester?

Professor Lori Anne Ferrell is looking for someone to help locate and pull together materials for Spring courses (in Fall) and do general research duties, including organizing materials for her research (in Spring). Student needs to be experienced and should be enrolled as doctoral student.

Position may be extended to the Spring. There is a $2,000 stipend per semester.

Priority will be given to doctoral students who are NOT intending or attempting to complete their dissertations in 2017-18.

Please email your CV to
lori.ferrell@cgu.edu by noon on Friday, September 15th, with the subject “LAF RA”.

Employment | Supplemental Instructor @ Pepperdine

Pepperdine University is seeking Humanities (HUM) 111 Supplemental Instructors (SI). Under the supervision of the Director of the Student Success Center, the SI will facilitate student learning and help students better understand concepts or applications of course content.


Duties and Responsibilities
● Attend all class lectures for the course.
● Plan and facilitate a 50-minute review section twice weekly following each class period.
● Maintain attendance records and submit required paperwork.
● Hold 4 office hours weekly for all HUM 111 students.
● Assist course professor with grading and course management.


Preferred Qualifications
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field. Strong preference given to candidates with a Master’s degree or some graduate work in a relevant field. Strong understanding of Humanities curriculum, with particular emphasis on knowledge and comprehension of Western culture. Cultural literacy in the following time periods and locations: Prehistoric, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, and Medieval Europe (30,000 BC–AD 1300).

-Must be in good academic standing.
-Must demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
-Maintain ethical professionalism.
-Demonstrate sensitivity to working with diverse student populations.


Period of Employment
Fall 2017 Semester (August 28, 2017-December 22, 2017)
Compensation and Hours
Supplemental instructors will be paid an hourly rate of $14.00 and are expected to work a maximum of 14 hours per week. Additionally, the SI may work 13 hours prior to the semester and 13 hours during the week following Finals Week.

*If interested, please submit a CV, cover letter, teaching statement, and a letter of reference to studentsuccesscenter@pepperdine.edu.

Employment | Reserach Assistant Wanted as Independent Contractor

Research Assistant Wanted as Independent Contractor

CONTACT:     Margie Kerstine     909-542-9063 (land line)      email: mhkerstine.1@gmail.com

I am an amateur historian working on the following project: 24 chapter manuscript which is a collection of memories about merchants and their businesses on one street in Clarksdale, Mississippi, between 1900 and 1980. My intent is to correctly include all related and diverse types of references. I am planning to publish.

Work at your own location. No special time to be at work but deadlines established for periodic transfer of data to me.  Job involves researching (1) bibliography formats approved by Chicago Manual pertaining to any type of historical documents, especially websites. Endnotes composed from these bibliographical references which are applicable only to publishing.

 PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Prior experience with using Chicago Manual of Style Online 16th Edition (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/16/bib_toc.html) and/or know where you can use a hardy copy of their manual.

2. Prior experience with EasyBib.com or other online format for bibliography. 

3. Respect and interest in details.

$12.50 per hour.

 

Employment | Faculty Substitute Teacher- Webb Schools

Job Title: Faculty – Substitute Teacher
Department: Academic – Humanities
Reports to: Assistant Head of Schools
Webb Status: Full-time, Exempt, Temporary, Non-benefited


SUMMARY
This is a substitute faculty position in the humanities department. This position will start in mid-August 2017 and is scheduled to conclude in November 2017. In addition to teaching responsibilities, faculty members are expected to contribute positively and productively to a campus community that promotes the development of honor, leadership, and character.


RELATIONSHIPS
Faculty members report to the department chair in their discipline for teaching-related matters. Each faculty member ultimately reports to the Assistant Head of Schools.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Specific responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
 Teach 4 classes, including all elements of instructional planning, implementation, and assessment.
 Attend all office hours, relevant faculty meetings, department meetings, and other meetings as required.
 Complete academic reports and other forms of academic communication in a timely, professional manner.
 Promote the development of honor, character, and leadership in all dealings with students, including enforcing school rules.
 Other duties as assigned.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY
Faculty positions have no supervisory responsibilities.


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in the academic discipline.


CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
A current California driver license is required. A criminal background check is required and must be successfully completed before employment can begin.


OTHER SKILLS
Faculty members must be:
 Able to communicate effectively with students, parents, faculty, staff, and administrators.
 Knowledgeable practitioners of their academic discipline.
 Technologically literate and able to guide and direct students’ use of technology.


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. As prescribed by law, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Interested candidates should send their cover letter and résumé to:
Tracy Miller, Dean of Faculty
1175 W. Baseline Road
Claremont, CA 91711
careers@webb.org
Fax: (909) 482-5272


The Webb Schools are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, pregnancy, age, marital status, military or veteran status, medical condition, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.


www.webb.org

Employment | OBSA Mentorship Manager

OBSA Mentorship is now hiring a Mentorship Manager, whose primary responsibility is coordinating the OBSA Mentorship program. The program matches incoming first year students (groups of 2-6) at the 5Cs with upperclass mentors. This position is for a graduate student only (student must be enrolled in KGI or CGU) and requires significant program coordination, organization and leadership expertise. The Mentorship Manager will supervise one undergraduate student during the academic year, to assist in the organization and delivery of the program. This is a great opportunity to gain professional experience in higher education in a supportive, exciting work environment. OBSA Mentorship is one of several services and opportunities OBSA develops on behalf of students of African descent each of the The Claremont Colleges. Knowledge and experience in issues and concerns facing students of African descent in a higher education setting is preferred.

 

Ideally, this person would start in late May/early June 2017 and continue through the 2017 academic year. This is a one year position with the opportunity for consecutive year employment contingent upon good performance.
Workstudy preferred but not required.

12-15 hours/week in the summer (May-August 2017)                                                                                                                                                                      

15-20 hours/week fall-spring (September 2017-May 2018).

 

A cover letter and resume/CV are required for this position and should be submitted by email to lydiam@cuc.claremont.edu.

Position requires some evenings and weekends (for Mentor trainings and events) during the academic year.

Position requires one overnight stay for the OBSA annual Mentorship Retreat (September 16-17, 2017).

 

Please view full job description below. Selected applicants will be invited to interview with OBSA staff. Position is open until filled.  

 

Office of black student affairs mentorship manageroffice-of-black-student-affairs-mentorship-manager.docx (15.8 KB)

Employment | Philosophy Instructor- College of the Canyons

Review Date: March 13, 2017

PHILOSOPHY INSTRUCTOR
Full-Time Tenure Track
Position # ACA16-259
Review Date: March 13, 2017
Job Link:
http://bit.ly/2kqFffn

Position Description:  College of the Canyons is seeking a faculty leader in the area of Philosophy.  This is a ten month professional, full-time tenure track position beginning fall 2017.  The position may include a combination of teaching, department, college, and community leadership functions.  Assignment may include day, evening, and weekend duties at all District sites. 

Duties of the Position:

•    Teaches a full load of courses, including but not limited to, Introduction to Philosophy, Critical Reasoning, Symbolic Logic (including predicate logic), Introduction to Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, History of Ancient Philosophy, History of Modern Philosophy, History of Contemporary Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Comparative Religions, Eastern Philosophy, and applied ethics courses, such as Environmental Ethics and Contemporary Moral Problems. 
•    Participates in program, curriculum, and student learning outcomes (SLO) development, revision, and assessment.
•    Maintains office hours and participates in department, division, and college committees and governance
•    Participates in and implements departmental and college program reviews.
•    Participates in additional faculty responsibilities, including college decision-making activities related to professional and academic matters. The activities will occur both within the department as well as in the larger College setting.
•    Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: 
•    Possession of a California Community College Instructor Credential in Philosophy
OR
•    Master’s degree in Philosophy
OR
•    Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy AND Master’s degree in humanities or religious studies
        OR
•    Equivalency Option 1: Any Master’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education AND  successful completion of 24 semester units in the discipline at the upper division and graduate level, a minimum of which must be 12 graduate level semester units

Employment | Tufts Poetry Awards Graduate Student Assistant

Help out behind the scenes and participate in the literary culture of Claremont – The Kingsley & Kate Tufts Poetry Awards program is hiring a Spring 2017 graduate student assistant to help with the planning, administration, and execution of CGU’s annual Kingsley & Kate Tufts Poetry Awards and related events.

Specific duties include: Assist with filing, mailing, and shipping associated with the annual Kingsley & Kate Tufts Poetry Awards. Communicate clearly and appropriately with award winners, Tufts supporters, and the literary public. Assist with Tufts events both on and off campus, including events for the 25th Anniversary of the Kingsley & Kate Tufts Poetry Awards ceremony (4/20/17).

Flexible hours include some evenings and weekends. Strong organizational skills and attention to details are necessary. Knowledge of Excel, Word, and Publisher preferred. Must be able to lift 20-25lbs. Good driving record, own car, and interest in or knowledge of contemporary poetry a plus. Work-study preferred but not required.

Position begins immediately. Please send letter of interest and resume or c.v. to Genevieve Kaplan at genevieve.kaplan@cgu.edu. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

To view the position on handshake, please visit https://cgu.joinhandshake.com/jobs/588601

Employment | Part-time Grant Writer


A San Gabriel Valley based philanthropy consulting firm has immediate need for independent grant writer for eighteen to twenty-four month assignment. The assignment is virtual/home based with flexible hours including early mornings, late nights and weekends. There are weekly conference calls as needed. Perfect for development officer seeking additional work. Hourly rate negotiable.


Responsibilities:
•    create professional, compelling grant proposals
•    support the client in and shape the overall strategy for foundation and corporate giving
•    work with the client to maintain grants calendar of prospects and relationships
•    prepare grant proposals for submission with the client
•    track grants, proposals and funding requests
•    maintain foundation and corporation master database
•    compose letters, case for support as needed


Position requires knowledge and experience in:
•    writing grant proposals and their structure, composition, and strategy
•    using Donor Perfect
•    using MS Office Suite
•    familiarity with Google docs, Goggle drive, Dropbox, Box


Reply with your resume detailing your grant writing and educational experience in philanthropy mhgleason@gmail.com

 

 

Employment | English Instructor- Pasadena City College

Applications Due: February 9, 2017 @ 4:00PM

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree in English, literature, comparative literature, or composition OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in any of the above AND a Master’s degree in linguistics, TESL, speech, education with a specialization in reading, creative writing, or journalism OR
  • Valid California Community College Instructor Credential OR
  • The equivalent AND
  • Proficiency in speaking and writing Standard American English
  • Demonstrated proficiency in teaching English composition at the community college level or its equivalent

Degree must be shown as conferred on transcript. Some degrees may require equivalency. When equivalency is requested, the file will be reviewed by PCC's Equivalency Committee. It is the applicant’s responsibility to provide ample documentation to support equivalent qualifications.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience working in a teaching and learning community, e.g. First Year Experience, Puente, Ujima
  • Experience teaching accelerated co-requisite remediation, or stretch formats of compositio
  • Education and experience teaching creative writing
  • Experience with on-line instruction and development of on-line curriculum
  • Competency to teach the literature of the Koran and Islamic traditions
 

To View/download English Instructor announcement click here

Please note, once your application is submitted you will not be able to add, change or upload documents.  We advise that you carefully review your application and all the documents you have uploaded to ensure that they are free from errors and complete.  If you cannot finish your application in one seating, you can save the application and return at a later date to continue editing or completing the process.  Give yourself plenty of time to complete and submit your application by the stated closing date.  

Additional or missing items will not be accepted after the closing date.

CYT Summer Writing Employment Opportunity

Summer Employment Opportunities Teaching Critical and Creative Writing

CTY offers academically rigorous programs for advanced learners in elementary, middle, and high school. We seek highly motivated and well-qualified candidates to lead our writing workshop courses.

Our instructional staff

  • Lead small classes of 12-15 bright students
  • Enjoy many opportunities for professional development
  • Earn competitive salaries, plus room and board at residential sites

Instructors design curriculum and teach a three week course at a day or residential site

 

Teaching Assistants support classroom instruction at residential sites

 

 

Program Assistants support classroom instruction and facilitate the activities program at day sites

 

Strong candidates

  • Have significant independent teaching experience.
  • Are active writers.
  • Hold advanced degrees in creative writing, composition and rhetoric, or literature.
  • Earn $2400-3000 per session based upon education and experience.
  • Receive room and board on campus at residential sites.
 

Strong candidates

  • Have advanced undergraduate or graduate coursework in creative writing, composition and rhetoric, or literature
  • Are active writers.
  • Have worked successfully with young people.
  • Earn $1200 per session plus room and board on campus.

 

 

Strong candidates

  • Have worked successfully with young children.
  • Are active writers.
  • Have strong academic records.
  • Live near day sites.
  • Earn $1200 per session.

 

 

 

Where?

Our residential sites are located in California, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington, and Hong Kong.

 

Our day sites for grades 2-6 are located in the Baltimore and Washington DC areas; New York City; Los Angeles, San Diego and San Mateo, California; and Hong Kong.

When? Session 1: June 25–July 14; Session 2: July 16–August 4

More information

Cty