Edmonds College is committed to diversity, equity and social justice. The college values its talented, diverse workforce and seeks to attract, hire, and support employees who consistently and actively embrace diversity and equity. We are intentional about social justice – the active engagement toward equity and inclusion that addresses issues of institutional, structural, and environmental inequity, power and privilege.
Associate Faculty Pool, Anthropology (PT Faculty)
We accept applications for part-time faculty positions on an ongoing basis. Typical requirements for part-time faculty are listed below, along with a link to the department's web page. To be included in the part-time pool, please follow the application procedure below.
Applications remain on file for one year. If you wish to remain in the part-time pool beyond that time, you can update and resubmit your online application yearly.
DESCRIPTION: Edmonds Community College and the Humanities and Social Sciences Division invite applications for an associate faculty Anthropology Instructor. The college seeks faculty who will adapt to a variety of teaching situations, can use technology to teach effectively, and will work effectively with students, staff, and others in a campus climate that promotes cultural diversity and student success.
Faculty members are responsible for the following: teaching assigned classes to a diverse student body in classroom, lab, and field settings combined with online course management and/or within an online/hybrid model; developing curriculum; preparing teaching materials; developing and assessing student learning outcomes to evaluate student work; assigning grades; maintaining required records; and advising and consulting with students to support their success.
Instructors will be responsible for teaching anthropology courses in one or more of the following areas of specialization: general survey, archaeology, and/or bioanthropology. The instructor will also be responsible for working with Anthropology and Diversity Studies department chairs in the maintenance and ongoing development of the college's program of community-based service-learning. Other responsibilities include participation in the following: achievement of the College's mission and goals; upholding the College's values; governance of the College via department and division work; required professional development and college in-service activities (including employee orientation and college compliance trainings); personal and program evaluation. The teaching assignment may include early morning or late afternoon/evening classes and could include online teaching as well.
Job Type: Part-Time Faculty
Location: Main Campus - 20000 68th Avenue West, Lynnwood, Washington