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Title:
Lecturer, CC (Arts and Humanities, Language Arts Divisions) - Summer 2017
Position Number:
Pending
Hiring Unit:
Arts and Humanities, Language Arts Divisions
Location:
Leeward Community College
Date Posted:
February 27, 2017
Closing Date:
Continuous
Salary Information:
minimum $1,486/per credit hour
Temporary/Permanent:
Temporary
Funding:
general

Other Conditions:
  • Summer 2017, part-time, for lecturer applicant pool. Non-tenurial, pending availability of funds, and actual staffing requirements. May be for Leeward CC day, evening, or weekend offerings on- and off-campus. This includes the Waianae campus.
Duties and Responsibilities
  1. Teach assigned courses in the discipline.
  2. Maintain minimum of one office hour per week for each course taught.
  3. Prepare course syllabus and reports related to teaching and student progress.
  4. Work under supervision of discipline coordinator/division chairperson in integrating teaching efforts with other instructors in the discipline area.
  5. May include instructional assignments involving distance education.
Minimum Qualifications
  1. As listed below. All minimum qualifications must be from a regionally accredited institution and met by the effective date of appointment. If qualified applicants are not available, those not meeting the minimum qualifications may be considered on an exception basis.
  2. ART (Applied and Studio): (a) Master’s in Art or Fine Art; OR (b) Master recognition by Applied Art Community and 10 years of related work experience.
  3. ART (History and Theory): Master’s in Art (History and Theory).
  4. CHINESE LANGUAGE: Functionally native oral and written fluency in Chinese, the ability to communicate in English, and one of the following: (a) Master’s in Chinese (language or literature); OR (b) Master’s in Chinese as a Second Language; OR (c) Master’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Chinese; OR (d) Master’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Chinese literature, Chinese culture, or any combination thereof.
  5. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE: (a) Master’s in English; OR (b) Master’s in English as a Second Language; OR (c) Master’s in Fine Arts (Creative Writing).
  6. FILIPINO LANGUAGE: Functionally native oral and written fluency in Tagalog, the ability to communicate in English, AND one of the following: (a) Master’s degree in Tagalog (language or literature); OR (b) Master’s degree in Tagalog as a Second Language; OR (c) Master’s degree in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Tagalog; OR (d) Master’s degree in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Tagalog literature, Tagalog culture, or any combination thereof; OR (e) Bachelor’s in Tagalog (language or literature) and 3 years related work experience; OR (f) Bachelor’s in Tagalog as a Second Language and 3 years related work experience; OR (g) Bachelor’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Tagalog and 3 years of related work experience; OR (h) Bachelor’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Tagalog literature, Tagalog culture, or any combination thereof and 3 years related work experience.
  7. FRENCH LANGUAGE: Functionally native oral and written fluency in French, the ability to communicate in English, and one of the following: (a) Master’s in French (language or literature); OR (b) Master’s in French as a Second Language; OR (c) Master’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak French; OR (d) Master’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, French literature, French culture, or any combination thereof.
  8. HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE: Functionally native oral and written fluency in Hawaiian, the ability to communicate in English, and one of the following: (a) Master’s in Hawaiian (language or literature); OR (b) Master’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Hawaiian; OR (c) Master’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Hawaiian literature, Hawaiian culture, or any combination thereof; OR (d) Bachelor’s in Hawaiian (language or literature) and 3 years of related work experience; OR (e) Bachelor’s degree in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Hawaiian and 3 years of related work experience; OR (f) Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Hawaiian literature, Hawaiian culture, or any combination thereof and 3 years of related work experience.
  9. HAWAIIAN/PACIFIC STUDIES: (a) Master’s in Hawaiian/Pacific Studies (Focus on Hawaiian and/or Pacific Island areas); OR (b) Bachelor’s in Hawaiian/Pacific Studies and 3 years of related work experience.
  10. HISTORY: Master’s in History.
  11. JAPANESE LANGUAGE: Functionally native oral and written fluency in Japanese, the ability to communicate in English, and one of the following: (a) Master’s in Japanese (language or literature); OR (b) Master’s in Japanese as a Second Language; OR (c) Master’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Japanese; OR (d) Master’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Japanese literature, Japanese culture, or any combination thereof.
  12. KOREAN LANGUAGE: Functionally native oral and written fluency in Korean, the ability to communicate in English, and one of the following: (a) Master’s in Korean (language or literature); OR (b) Master’s in Korean as a Second Language; OR (c) Master’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Korean; OR (d) Master’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Korean literature, Korean culture, or any combination thereof.
  13. LINGUISTICS: Master’s in Linguistics.
  14. RELIGION: Master’s in Religion.
  15. SPANISH LANGUAGE: Functionally native oral and written fluency in Spanish, the ability to communicate in English, and one of the following: (a) Master’s in Spanish (language or literature); OR (b) Master’s in Spanish as a Second Language; OR (c) Master’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Spanish; OR (d) Master’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Spanish literature, Spanish culture, or any combination thereof.
  16. SPEECH: Master’s in Speech, Communicology, Communication, Communication Studies, or Speech Communication.
  17. WRITING: (a) Master’s in Writing; OR (b) Master’s in Education with writing specialty; OR (c) Master’s in English, ESL or Linguistics.
Desirable Qualifications
  1. Teaching experience at a community college level.
  2. Demonstrated ability to work with adult learners and communicate clearly.
  3. Familiarity with competency-based instruction and behavioral objectives.

To Apply:
Submit to the address below: 1) UHCC Form 27 (standard format)(large format), 2) official graduate and undergraduate transcript(s) showing degree and coursework to date appropriate to the position (Copies of official transcripts are acceptable; however, original official transcripts will be required at the time of hire. On-line transcripts or academic record/grade summaries will NOT be accepted. Diplomas and copies will NOT be accepted.), 3) a brief one-page statement outlining how you meet the minimum and desirable qualifications, 4) three letters of recommendation (optional) attesting to job performance and personal character, and 5) resume (optional). Separate documents and application materials must be submitted for each position. All requested documents/information must be postmarked by the closing date and become the property of the college. No electronic transmission will be accepted. Original signature required on application. Failure to submit all required documents shall deem an application incomplete and will not be considered. Continuous recruitment until needs are met.
Address:
  1. Human Resources Office
  2. Leeward Community College
  3. 96-045 Ala Ike
  4. Pearl City, HI 96782
Inquiries:
  1. 808-455-0326

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