POSTMASTERS FELLOWSHIP Chattanooga State is an educationally purposeful community where faculty, staff, and students share academic goals and strive for high standards that lead to the attainment of degrees and certificates, meaningful careers, and a committed citizenry of lifelong learners.
We value those who: · consistently act in the best interest of students and the College (who have their priorities right);
· get things accomplished (who execute);
· are transparent (who are direct, truthful, and non-manipulative);
· are positive in outlook (who see the glass as half-full); and
· build constructive workplace relationships (who are team players).
We have an opening for a Post-Master's Fellowship/Visiting Instructor at our Chattanooga State main campus!
The Department of Humanities at Chattanooga State Community College invites candidates who have earned or will have earned a Master's in English between December 2018 and August 2019 to apply for our 2019-2020 Post-Master's Fellowship, a one-year full-time instructor position in the Department's First-Year Writing Program.
The non-renewable, one-year Fellowship is designed to provide new graduates with a valuable year of full-time community college teaching experience at a competitive salary with benefits in one of the Southeast's best cities.
The position carries a 5/5 teaching load, committee work, tutoring duties, and opportunities for professional development.
The role will be responsible for the following:
*Develop courses, lessons, exercises and examinations *Order, organize, and maintain all supplies and equipment needed for classroom instruction *Conduct classroom training sessions and lab type practical instruction using modern instructional techniques *Maintain records of attendance, test grades, lab performance *Evaluate class and individual programs *Serve on Departmental and/or Divisional committees *Tutor in the College Writing Center Position Requirements:
Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with a graduate major concentration in English (minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the discipline) required
The successful applicant will possess evidence of innovative composition instruction, will demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the field of composition
and rhetoric, and will provide strong recommendations from his or her appropriate supervisors within his/her graduate program.
Required Documents 1.
Cover Letter 2.
Curriculum Vitae 3.
Teaching Philosophy 4.
Letter of Reference 1 5.
Letter of Reference 2 6.
Unofficial Transcript Preferred
Candidates with terminal degrees are welcome to apply, but preference will be given to those with no more than an M.A.
About this company
If you would enjoy a challenging job, friendly and helpful colleagues and an outstanding work environment, Chattanooga State Community College is a dynamic and vibrant place to work. As part of one of the nation’s largest systems of public higher education (Tennessee Board of Regents), we're glad you're considering a career with the ChattState.
The value of employment at Chattanooga State goes far beyond salary. As a potential employee, you will enjoy a full range of benefits, services and programs. Total compensation includes annual salary, a generous annual and sick leave program, 13 paid holidays, health and life insurance, retirement, 401(k) and more. Please review Chattanooga State's benefit options.
Location/Region: Chattanooga, TN (US - 37406)