English Adjunct Pool SAGU Part Time

English Adjunct Pool

Part Time • SAGU Part Time
 
Overview

Instruction to undergraduate students in the English program, as well as general education support.

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.

 
Responsibilities

• Adjunct faculty teach courses as assigned by the Dean of the College of Music and Communication Arts and English Department Chair.
• 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).
Qualifications

Applicant should have at least a Master’s degree in English (or closely related discipline) or a Master’s degree and 18 hours of ENG coursework.
Other

For additional information, please contact Dr. Chere Blair, English Department Chair, cblair@sagu.edu, 972.825.4665. SAGU mailing address: 1200 Sycamore St., Waxahachie, TX 75165. 

 
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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