Behavioral Sciences & Community Services Adjunct Pool SAGU Part Time

Behavioral Sciences & Community Services Adjunct Pool

Part Time • SAGU Part Time

Overview

Adjunct Instructor in counseling and counselor education curriculum to serve part-time in distance education.

The position is a part-time appointment in the Department of Behavioral Sciences & Community Services for distance education instruction and may include assigned course work on both graduate and undergraduate levels.

Time Frame
2022-2023 Academic Year (anticipated start August 2022)

Minimum Qualifications:
1) Earned Doctorate in Counseling, Counselor Education, or related field from a regionally accredited university is preferred; Graduate of CACREP-accredited program preferred. ABD status and the ability to complete the terminal degree within two years will be considered. Minimum of a Master’s degree in a related field with at least 18 graduate hours in one or more of the following areas: Counseling, Counselor Education.
2) Faith, service and lifestyle that meets University expectations.
3) Leadership abilities with a vision to develop and enhance programs in the department.
4) Evidence of successful market place experience.
5) Experience and/or knowledge or ability in teaching in online delivery formats desired.
6) Ability to effectively communicate across diverse populations in verbal and written expression.
7) Willingness to collaborate and sustain a collegial environment.
8) Active participation in a local Assemblies of God church preferred.

Salary: Determined according to established distance education compensation levels.
Please submit application and support material via: http://www.sagu.edu/about-sagu/employment

Direct contact:
Dr. John Savell, Chair for the Behavioral Sciences and Community Services Department
jsavell@sagu.edu
972.825.4666 Work

SAGU
1200 Sycamore St.
Waxahachie, TX 75165
Responsibilities

Adjunct faculty members teach courses, fulfill the major responsibilities as assigned by the Vice President for Academics and dictated in the job description, and exercise spiritual leadership with their students.

• Adjunct faculty teach courses as assigned by the Dean. Courses may be scheduled during day or night hours, or Saturdays.
• Instructors will prepare syllabi in accordance with the institutional model, initiate the process of textbook selection in a timely fashion, oversee quality educational experiences for students, produce evaluations and scores of student performance via the learning management system, and submit final grades per the posted schedule.
• Nature of Instruction. Faculty intentionally provide a curriculum characterized by currency, harmony with Assemblies of God doctrine, and supported by biblical integration across all disciplines.
• Office Hours. Adjunct faculty are required to provide 30 minutes of availability per week per course for student consultations (on a select day or attached to a class).
• Adjunct faculty members will be issued a copy of the University’s Institutional Policy Manual and expected to familiarize themselves with the policies of the University.
• Adjunct faculty are required to wear professional attire during class and begin and end each class on time.
• Adjunct faculty are required to carry out instructional and spiritual formation activities with students and staff in accord with University policies and practices.
• All part time faculty are invited (but not required) to attend department meetings with the privilege of voice and vote.
• Faculty Orientation Meetings and Commencement Ceremonies. Adjunct faculty are not required but encouraged to attend the Faculty In-Service meetings. Likewise adjunct faculty are not required but encouraged to participate in commencement ceremonies.
• Adjunct faculty are required to connect and communicate with Department Chairs on a regular basis.

Qualifications
• Faith, service and lifestyle that meets University expectations. (See IPM General Information sections: “Statement of Core Values,” “Doctrinal Statement,” “Christian Standards.:” See IPM Staff Handbook: “Employee Code of Conduct.” See IPM Faculty Handbook sections: “Academic Freedom & Responsibility,” “Biblical Integration,” “Professional Credentials,” “Democracy & Loyalty,” “Denominational Affiliation”)
• Academic qualifications commensurate with accreditation criteria.
• Established teaching abilities, clear communication skills, and knowledge of subject area.
• Ability to work harmoniously with faculty, staff, administration, and students.
• Adaptability to change and innovation. Organizational Relationships
• Faculty members report to and are accountable to the Department Chair, College Dean, any local Administrative Dean when serving at an Extension Site, and the Vice President for Academics.

Salary: Determined according to established distance education compensation levels.
Please submit application and support material via: http://www.sagu.edu/about-sagu/employment 
 
 
Supporting Information For Faculty Applicants

Elements to include:

  • Official application for employment. During your application you will be asked about your beliefs. Please read through the SAGU Beliefs prior to answering related parts of the application.
  • Full Resume
 
Once we've reviewed your application and resume and determined that you will be moving to the next step of the process, we'll reach out to request the following items: 

  1. Copies of transcripts from all higher education institutions (must be from a regionally accredited school). During preliminary interviews, we may photocopy these transcripts. However, as your candidacy formalizes, we'll need official transcripts.
  2. A 3-5 page excerpt of a paper you completed for any graduate-level work.
  3. A written expression of your philosophy of Christian Higher Education. 
  4. Two letters of reference, including one pastoral reference, if available. (E.g. If you attend a mega church, you may or may not know the senior pastor, so it is acceptable to ask any minister familiar with your faith to write a letter of reference for you.) 
  5. Completion of the Exploratory Themes document

Additionally, for candidates applying for Church Ministries positions: 1.) an audio recording of an average sermon or classroom presentation, and 2.) a statement from the district secretary confirming your credential is in good standing if you are a credentialed minister.
 
 




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