Brief Description of Duties:Teach 3 unit masters level courses (in-person or hybrid) offered through San Jose State University's College of Engineering. Duties include preparing a course syllabus, lecture material, assessments and providing final letter grades for students. Instructors are also required to make them selves available to answer student questions and set either in-person or virtual office hours. Course preparation includes training related to instructional design tools (Canvas, Zoom, etc). Courses are delivered either on the SJSU main campus in San Jose or at off-campus locations in Silicon Valley and vary in length from 8 to 16 weeks.
Minimum Qualifications:*Masters degree or higher in a related field. Work experience relevant to course topics and teaching experience are preferred.
Application Procedures: Complete the application form below.
Hiring Criteria: Candidates will be selected based on their educational background, teaching experience and relevance of professional experience to course topic.
Salary Range: $7,020 - $12,248 depending on highest education level and relevant work experience.
Deadline and procedures for notification:Candidates will be contacted via e-mail if selected for an interview.
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*Exceptions to the minimum qualifications may be granted at the sole discretion of the University.Part-Time Lecturers, as exempt employees will abide by workload requirements.