Adjunct Faculty - Chemistry
at Herzing University

Date Posted: 9/1/2017

Job Description

Herzing University’s Kenosha campus currently has an opening for an adjunct faculty member to teach Chemistry for the fall 2017 term.  Kenosha is located along Lake Michigan in the southeastern corner of Wisconsin just north of the Wisconsin-Illinois border. 

Those being taught will be undergraduate students pursuing various degree levels.  Courses are classroom based and may be during both afternoon and evening hours. 

Are you looking to share your experiences and expertise to help our diverse and motivated students reach their goals and ultimately give them the knowledge and insight to allow them to excel in their future or current career paths? 

 You will be expected to follow the prescribed curriculum, but we encourage feedback and input are always welcome! Students will be accessed based on a variety of methods, depending on the class. These can include projects, exams, essays, case studies, discussion board activity, etc.
To better understand what that means, you should know that an Adjunct Faculty member's primary responsibility is one of duality. Fundamentally, this position will be responsible for the engagement, inspiration, and guidance to students within the courses taught, and provide solid—student centered feedback that assists students in achieving their highest academic potential - and ultimately be successful after graduation. 
Who we are looking for:
  • Applicants must have a Master’s degree in science with 18 Graduate credits in Chemistry
  • Previous higher education teaching experience is preferred 

Summary of Primary Responsibilities A full job description will be provided during the interview process when you can discuss what this specific role will be, but a faculty member’s responsibilities fall into eight basic areas. 
  • Subject Matter Expertise
  • Effective Communication 
  • Pedagogical Mastery
  • Operational Excellence
  • Appreciation and Promotion of Diversity 
  • Assessment of Student Learning 
  • Utilization of Technology to Enhance Teaching and Learning
  • Continuous Improvement

These competencies, as identified by the University’s academic community encompass the knowledge, skills, and behaviors essential to a faculty member’s success in the classroom and provide the basis for the faculty hiring, evaluation and development process.

If this is a position you are interested in and feel you would be a good fit for, click “apply” at the top of the screen to submit your application today!
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__________________________________________ ADA Disclaimer: In developing this job description care was taken to include all competencies needed to successfully perform in this position.  However, for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) purposes, the essential functions of the job may or may not have been described for purposes of ADA reasonable accommodation.  All reasonable accommodation requests will be reviewed and evaluated on a case-by-case basis. #CB

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type: Part-Time
  • Location: Kenosha, WI
  • Job Type: Education
  • Experience: Not Specified
  • Date Posted: 9/1/2017

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About Us
Herzing University, a private nonprofit institution, encompasses 11 campuses in eight states, a continuing education division, and an online division. Founded in Milwaukee in 1965, today the University offers career-focused, convenient and caring education for master’s, bachelor’s, and associate degrees, diplomas and continuing education in the fields of technology, business, healthcare, design and public safety.

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