The School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Johnson University is seeking an adjunct faculty member. This position will be based at Johnson University’s Kissimmee, Florida campus. Interested applicants should submit materials as noted below to and .
Position Title: Adjunct faculty, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Organization: Johnson University
Work Location: Kissimmee, FL
Reports to: Dean of the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Instruct and facilitate meaningful learning of the course material.
- Provide timely feedback/grades to students and university registrar.
- Provide accurate/timely assessment data to the assessment coordinator.
- Eighteen graduate semester hours in a related field and a master’s degree from a regionally accredited university.
- Become proficient (with provided training) in the Sakai learning managment platform.
- Full support for the mission of Johnson University.
- Terminal degree in a related field.
- Prior teaching experience in a college or university setting.
- Practical experience in the particular subject field.
- Licensure or licensure-eligible in the state of Florida in a mental health field, i.e. LPC, LMFT, LCSW, Psychologist, or Licensed Pastoral Counselor.
- Experience using online learning management platforms such as Blackboard, Moodle, or Sakai.
- Curriculum Vitae
- Contact information for three professional references
- Unofficial graduate degree transcripts
- Official undergraduate and graduate degree transcripts
- Signed Johnson University Statement of Faith
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