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Why work at Colby-Sawyer?

What defines The Colby-Sawyer Experience? Our students talk about the friendly campus, their immediate feeling of belonging, and the deep quality of their friendships with other students, faculty and staff at Colby-Sawyer. For our faculty and staff, The Colby-Sawyer Experience revolves around the education of our students. Whether they teach in the classroom, on the playing fields, in studios or in offices, our faculty and staff revel in their vital roles and their relationships with students. They share the joys of working in a cohesive community with common goals. Just like our students, they are learning and growing every day.

Adjunct Professors

Qualifications:

A master's degree is required, as is some teaching experience, preferably at the college level.

Job Summary:

Colby-Sawyer College is seeking talented instructors to teach on a per-course basis for the fall semester September through December 2014. Schedule may be flexible, depending on the class. Visit our website at www.colby-sawyer.edu to learn more about our unique teaching and learning community.

To Apply:

Noncompliance with the following instructions may result in disqualification. E-mail your curriculum vitae, letter of application, three references and a brief statement of teaching philosophy to CSCjobs@colby-sawyer.edu. We strongly prefer that you combine all three items into a single attached file in portable document format (.pdf). In the subject line of your e-mail, please write the job title exactly as it appears at the start of this posting. Although we have asked you to include your references, we will not contact anyone until after we have conducted initial interviews and obtained your consent. Due to the volume of applicants we receive, we are unable to respond to telephone inquiries about your application. You should receive an automated reply after you send your e-mail. If you don't, please check your e-mail spam filter.

Fall 2014 Adjunct Positions:


Writing 105

Course Information:
Introduction to Academic Writing is the foundational writing course at the college and is required of all incoming students. In this course, instructors teach students to read as writers and then to engage in the writing process. Students should also learn the conventions of academic writing, including as citation, grammar, and mechanics.

ADV Care & Prevention & Lab - ESS443

Algebra and Trigonometry - MAT 206

Introduction to Statistics - MAT 220

Principles of Chemistry I - CHE 101

Algebra and Trigonometry - MAT 206

Sport History - ESS322