Work at UH Advertisement

Position Number:
Hiring Unit:
College of Education, Department of Educational Administration
Date Posted:
March 09, 2017
Closing Date:
March 31, 2017
Salary Information:
Part-­time work, for minimum salary see UHPA contract

Other Conditions:
  • For future semesters; part­-time work, as needed, contingent upon student enrollment, position availability and funding. Positions are temporary, part­-time and for lecturer candidate pool. Selectee is required to complete the COE New Faculty orientation in the first year and pass a criminal background check and Title IX training.
Duties and Responsibilities
  1. Teach one to two higher education courses for summer session 1 (May 22-June 30) and summer session 2 (July 3-August 11).
  2. Specifically, we're looking for candidates who are able to teach one or more of the following courses: EDEA 602: Research in Educational Administration, EDEA 620: Higher Ed. Finance, EDEA 646: College Student Development Theory, EDEA 650: Organizational Leadership in Education, EDEA 657: Intro to Higher Ed, EDEA 660: Leadership in Higher Ed, EDEA 661: Leadership in Student Affairs, EDEA 662: Curriculum in Higher Education, EDEA 663: Community College Leadership. For full course descriptions and offerings, please see the following link:
Minimum Qualifications
  1. A PhD or EdD from a college or university of recognized standing, or be ABD by the start of session in which they would like to teach (May 22nd or July 3rd).
Desirable Qualifications
  1. Experience teaching at the College level.

To Apply:
Please e-mail the following materials (in PDF) to the address below: cover letter indicating how you satisfy the minimum and desirable qualifications, which courses you're able to teach, and your availability (summer session 1 and/or summer session 2); CV; names and contact information of three professional references; and official transcripts (copies acceptable; however, official transcripts required upon hiring) to the address below.
  1. Marilou Matsuura; 808-956-7919;

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