The College of Southern Idaho is a public, comprehensive community college with campuses in Twin Falls, Burley, Hailey, Gooding, and Jerome, Idaho. Our students come from around the world, but we primarily serve eight counties in our local impact area. We offer face-to-face courses at all 5 campuses in addition to offering a significant percentage of our credits online.
We are seeking to expand our pool of adjunct instructors from the following states: Idaho, Oregon, Utah, and Nevada. While all departments have need for adjunct instructors from time to time, we are prioritizing instructors in the following fields: English, Communication, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Humanities, Music, Philosophy/Ethics, and Biology.
By submitting your unofficial transcripts, resume/cv and cover letter, you enter a pool of potential adjunct instructors. After viewing your application materials, department chairs will contact you if the College has a need (based on enrollment) in your area of specialty.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Teaching experience is preferred, but not required. Please highlight experience teaching the subject matter in a college setting if applicable. Additionally, experience teaching in online environments is preferred.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Adjunct instructors teach course(s) in specific disciplines as qualified and needed. They are responsible for instructional preparation and assessment of student performance. They provide assistance to students by appointment. They will be required to participate in the College’s internal trainings (online) and outcomes assessment processes (online). Adjunct instructors should stipulate in their cover letter their preference for online or face-to-face courses and should note their level of availability. While face-to-face opportunities may be available, our greatest need will be in online courses and instructors may reside in Idaho, Utah, Oregon or Nevada and will have no on-campus obligations.
Please note that this posting is for an adjunct/part-time instructor pool. Positions may or may not be available. When openings occur, instructional administration will refer to this pool. These are at-will positions with no guarantee of continued employment from semester to semester.
Salary: $900.00 per credit