Instructional position with duties and responsibilities established by relevant State Board of Education and Board of Trustees policies and procedures. Reports to the appropriate program department chair or dean and instructional AVP as assigned. Demonstrates teaching ability appropriate to the discipline assigned. Possesses required academic credentials or professional certifications or licenses. Performs classroom teaching duties and other instruction at assigned locations and campuses, including day, evening and weekend classes as required to include any mode of delivery as required.
Adjunct Faculty are part-time employees contracted on an as-needed basis. They can teach one or multiple courses during a semester not to exceed nine contact hours per week. Exceptions may be granted by the Vice President of Academic Affairs/College Provost. Future employment past the current term is not guaranteed. Adjunct positions are paid in accordance to the Salary Administration Plan.
The purpose of this class is to perform administrative and management responsibilities for classes and/or programs in the assigned area of responsibility. The class is a faculty member responsible for scheduling classes, marketing of programs, and recruitment of students in the assigned area of responsibility. The class handles personnel management, manages budget and finance, administers planning, directs and promotes academic leadership and professional development, maintains and manages curriculum and instruction and student relations in the assigned area of responsibility.
Daytona State College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. ADA requires the College to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Prospective and current employees are invited to discuss accommodations.
The purpose of this class is to assist the department chairperson by performing administrative and first-line supervisory responsibilities for classes/programs in the assigned area of responsibility. The class is a faculty member responsible for assisting the department chairperson to schedule classes, market programs, and recruit students, manage personnel, manage budgets and finances, develop department plans, direct and promote academic leadership and professional development, and maintain and manage curriculum and instruction and student relations in the assigned area of responsibility.