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- Spring and Summer 2018, part-time, for lecturer candidate pool, non-tenurial, assignments as needed, contingent on availability of funds, satisfactory performance, and actual staffing requirements.
- Teach assigned courses in the discipline; provide instruction and guidance to meet student learning objectives, prepare course syllabus and reports related to teaching and student progress; work under supervision of discipline coordinator/division chairperson in integrating teaching efforts with other instructors in the discipline area; student and peer evaluations and self-assessment of teaching effectiveness are required. Commitment to community college principles and philosophy is essential. Maintain at least one office hour per week for each class taught. Possible evening, weekend, and off-campus assignments, including military bases; also distance learning assignments for courses taught via the Internet. For some teaching fields, openings may only be available for classes offered on military bases or taught via the Internet. To teach on a military base, Department of Defense security clearance will be required.
- Unless a related field is listed, the degree must be in the subject area. If qualified applicants are not available, those not meeting minimum qualifications may be considered on an exception basis.
- ACCOUNTING: (a) Master’s in Accounting (Macc); or (b) Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) including 18 credits in Accounting (undergraduate and/or graduate – 300 level or higher); or (c) Bachelor’s in Accounting and three (3) years in accounting; or (d) Bachelor’s in related fields such as Business Administration (in areas other than Accounting) including 18 credits in Accounting (undergraduate and/or graduate – 300 level or higher); or (e) Bachelor’s in any field and CPA/CMA or equivalent professional accounting certification (in the USA
- AMERICAN STUDIES: Master’s in American Studies
- ANTHROPOLOGY: Master’s in Anthropology
- ART (Applied and Studio): (a) Master’s in Art or Fine Art; or (b) Master recognition by Applied Art Community and ten (10) years related work experience
- ART (History and Theory): Master’s in Art
- ASTRONOMY: Master’s in Astronomy
- BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (Botany, Microbiology, Physiology): Master’s in discipline of courses to be taught (Botany, Microbiology or Physiology)
- CHEMISTRY: Master’s in Chemistry
- ENGLISH (Literature, Writing, English as a Second Language (ESL)): (a) Master’s in English; or (b) Master’s in sub-discipline of courses to be taught (Literature or Writing or ESL); or (c) Master’s in Fine Arts (Creative Writing)
- GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS: Master’s in Geology or Geophysics
- 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
- HISTORY: Master’s in History
- MATH: (a) Master’s in Mathematics; or (b) Master’s in Math Education with 18 credits of advanced coursework in Math, of which 9 credits are at the graduate level; or (c) Master's of Art in Teaching Math with 18 credits of advanced coursework in math, at least 9 of which are at the graduate level; or (d) Master’s in STEM-related field with 18 credits of advanced coursework in Math ("Advanced coursework" is defined as 300-400 level courses offered in a bachelor's program. "Graduate level" coursework defined as post baccalaureate courses at the level specified by the institution where the credits were earned. STEM-related fields: applied math, engineering, physical science, and biological science.)
- MUSIC (History and Theory): Master's in Music
- MUSIC (Performance Oriented): (a) Master’s in Music; or (b) Bachelor’s in Music and three (3) years related work experience; or (c) Master recognition by Music Community and ten (10) years related work experience
- OCEANOGRAPHY: Master’s in Oceanography
- PHYSICS: Master’s in Physics
- PSYCHOLOGY: Master’s in Psychology
- SOCIOLOGY: Master’s in Sociology
- SPEECH: Master’s in Speech, Communicology, Communication, Communication Studies, or Speech Communication
- ZOOLOGY: Master’s in Zoology
- Teaching experience at the community college level.
- Demonstrated ability to work with community college students.
- Work experience related to course to be taught.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively.
- Familiarity with competency-based instruction and behavioral objectives.
- Demonstrated ability to work with diverse student populations.
- Jennifer Higa-King, Interim Dean of University College
- Honolulu Community College
- 874 Dillingham Blvd
- Honolulu, HI 96817
The University of Hawaiʻi is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, sex, gender identity and expression, age, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, genetic information, marital status, breastfeeding, income assignment for child support, arrest and court record (except as permissible under State law), sexual orientation, domestic or sexual violence victim status, national guard absence, or status as a covered veteran.
Employment is contingent on satisfying employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986; reference checks of previous employers; and for certain positions, criminal history record checks.
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