Adjunct Faculty - Student Development (LO)
The Loudoun Campus of Northern Virginia Community College is seeking adjunct faculty to teach one or more one credit hybrid Student Development (SDV) 100 courses that include a combination of in-class and online instruction. Candidates will be selected according to need throughout the year. Adjunct faculty are required to meet assigned classes regularly; submit required grade records and reports routinely; teach the prescribed courses of study with the established texts; hold required office hours; attend assigned divisional and college meetings; and contribute to the development of the program of instruction. Adjunct faculty are employed to teach up to 12 credit hours in the fall and spring semester and/or up to 8 credit hours during summer session. Teaching load is based upon student enrollment and staffing needs. Instruction may be during the day, evening, or weekend. Compensation is per credit hour and based upon rank. The adjunct faculty appointment contains no guarantee of continued employment.Duties and Responsibilities*SDV adjuncts will teach hybrid Student Development 100 courses that include in-class and online instruction. In-class instruction will take place once a week over the course of eight weeks for the fall and spring semesters and five weeks for the summer semester. In-class meetings for the fall and spring semesters will run at either 50 minutes or 1 hour and 15 minutes per in-class session. In-class meetings for the summer semester will run for 1 hours and 25 minutes per in-class session. *SDV adjuncts will be expected to teach the course by following a standardized syllabus through use of Blackboard which is pre-designed with standardized assignments and online instruction. SDV adjuncts will provide unique in-class instruction to cover topics on NOVA college resources, communication, time management, stress management, career exploration, academic planning, learning styles, academic and test-taking skills, financial wellness, etc. *SDV adjuncts will be expected to grade and provide feedback on student assignments within an established time period as well as follow up on student email inquiries.*Master's degree in the field or Master's degree with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in Counseling, Student Development, or related fields. *Experience teaching online and in-person using Blackboard.