Jobs - Job Details - Lecturer Pool in Department of English (Academic Year 22/23)

Lecturer Pool in Department of English (Academic Year 22/23)

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Work type: Instructional Faculty - Temporary/Lecturer
Location: Humboldt
Categories: Unit 3 - CFA - California Faculty Association, Faculty - Letters/Humanities, Temporary, Time Varies

Department of English Temporary Faculty Pool

The Department

See Department Website here: https://english.humboldt.edu/

Courses/Areas of Specialization

Courses offered by the department include Composition, Rhetoric, Creative Writing, Literature, Linguistics, and more. 

See full listing of course offerings here: https://registrar.humboldt.edu/catalog/

Qualifications

See each area for required and preferred qualifications.

Course
ENGL 102         Composition & Rhetoric A

ENGL 103         Composition & Rhetoric B

ENGL 104         Accelerated Composition & Rhetoric

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: M.A. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with developmental writers and academic or professional work related to appropriate fields within the last five years. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; and working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of writing and literacy development.
Preferred: Evidence of teaching effectiveness, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations, background and experience in teaching English Language Learners.


Course
ENGL 110         Writing Lab

ENGL 215         Information Literacy and Writing Seminar

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: M.A. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.
Preferred:  Evidence of teaching effectiveness in the area of composition studies, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations and with classes composed of various ability levels

 

Course
ENGL 105         Literature, Media and Culture

ENGL 107         Critical Writing

ENGL 212         Topics in Writing

ENGL 313     Critical Topics in Writing

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: M.A. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.
Preferred: Ph.D. in appropriate field

 

Course

ENGL 305         Postcolonial Literature/Decolonizing Perspectives

ENGL 306         Contemporary Texts

ENGL 308         Gender in Literature

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: M.A. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.

Preferred: Ph.D. in appropriate field

 


Course
ENGL 450         Tutoring Developing Writers

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: M.A. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.
Preferred: Experience in a college-level writing center; previous collaborations with faculty across the curriculum

 

Course
ENGL 344         Young Adult Literature

ENGL 426         Teaching Secondary Writing


Minimum Qualifications
Degree: Ph.D. or Ed.D. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.
Preferred: Evidence of having worked with diverse student populations and with classes composed of various ability levels; relevance of training and teaching experience to this course; area of specialization; single subject credential.

 

Course
ENGL 211         Introduction to Creative Writing

ENGL 311         Creative Writing for Environmental Justice

ENGL 314         Creative Writing: Nonfiction

ENGL 315         Creative Writing: Fiction

ENGL 316         Creative Writing: Poetry

ENGL 318         How Writers Persuade: Cross-Cultural Rhetorics

ENGL 319         Podcasts, Social Media, and Web-Based Writing 

Minimum Qualifications:
Degree: Ph.D. or M.F.A. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.
Preferred: Relevance of training and teaching experience to this course; area of specialization. Preference will be given to candidates that are bilingual in Spanish and have relevant experience and/or research history relating to these courses. 

 


Courses

ENGL 218     Conceptualizing English Studies

ENGL 220         Representation Matters: Literature and Identity

ENGL 232         U.S. Literature and Social Change

ENGL 336         U.S. Writers of Color

ENGL 406         Theories and Technologies of Writing

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: Ph.D. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.
Preferred: Relevance of training and teaching experience to the344 course; area of specialization

 

Courses 

ENGL 225         Linguistic Diversity and Language Analysis

ENGL 240         Topics in World Literatures

ENGL 330         Topics in Literatures of the Americas

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: M.A. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.
Preferred: Ph.D. or M.F.A.; Bilingual; Multilingual teaching experience; expertise in translation or literatures in translation.

 

Courses 

ENGL 230         Survey of British Literature I

ENGL 231         Survey of British Literature II

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: M.A. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.

 

Courses 

ENGL 325         History of English as a Global Language

ENGL 328         Structure of American English

ENGL 342         Special Topics in Shakespeare

ENGL 350         Topics in British and Postcolonial Literatures

ENGL 410/510  Topics in Queer and Trans Studies

ENGL 471/571  Body, World-building, and Environment

ENGL 417         Second Language Acquisition

ENGL 420/620  Advanced Topics in Critical Theory

ENGL 435/535  Introduction to English as a Second/Foreign Language

ENGL 436         Career Preparation for Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language 

ENGL 465B/C   Multicultural Issues in Literature/Languages

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: Ph.D. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.
Preferred: Relevance of training and teaching experience to this course; area of specialization

 


Course

ENGL 422         Professional Research Pathways: Research, Libraries, and Graduate School Planning Advanced Research Writing

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: Ph.D. in appropriate field or Master’s of Library & Information Sciences
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.
Preferred: Relevance of training and teaching experience to this course; area of specialization

 

Courses

ENGL 460            Literary Editing & Publishing

ENGL 461            Professional Concerns in Writing & Editing

Minimum Qualifications
Degree: M.A. in appropriate field
Experience: Successful teaching experience with college-level writers; relevance of training or teaching experience to this course; area of specialization, evidence of having worked with diverse student populations. Teaching experience includes ability or experience in developing knowledge through different modes of communication, learning, and language use; working collaboratively with students to explore divergent, antiracist and intersectional understandings of English Studies; developing students' understanding of the discipline and critique of it as a collaborative conversation.

Preferred: Ph.D. or M.F.A.; Bilingual in Spanish


Position Type: Lecturer
Availability: As needed
First Review Date: Applications received by April 1st annually are given first consideration.

Salary: Dependent on qualifications and experience. The current California State University Salary Schedule is available at: https://hraps.humboldt.edu/aps-salary

Lecturers are paid using the Academic Year pay schedule (see left-hand column on Salary Schedule linked above). Monthly salaries listed here represent a full-time workload, or 15 Weighted Teaching Units (WTUs). For more information on how Academic Year faculty are paid, see the Explanation of the Distribution of Pay.

The University: Cal Poly Humboldt is committed to eliminating opportunity gaps for marginalized student groups by adopting dynamic, student-centered practices and policies. We value serving students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities, and orientations.

The ideal candidates will demonstrate a shared commitment to the academic and professional success of our diverse student body. We will prioritize applicants who demonstrate knowledge of and commitment to diversity and its value in professional and educational communities. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded educator who is committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, and students on closing opportunity gaps.

Cal Poly Humboldt sits on the traditional homelands of the Wiyot people in what is currently called Arcata, CA. The Wiyot people call the area Goudi'ni (over in the woods). The Cal Poly Humboldt campus in Northern California is in close proximity to several thriving Native American tribes and communities. Humboldt currently has the largest percentage of Native American students in the CSU system and has over 30 Native American faculty and staff, many from local area California Indian tribes. Cal Poly Humboldt is home to a number of leading Native American programs including the Indian Tribal Education and Personnel Program (ITEPP) and the Indian Natural Resource, Science and Engineering Program (INRSEP). There are also many opportunities at Humboldt to conduct research, teaching and community work on Native American history and cultures, with resources in Special Collections at the Cal Poly Humboldt library. The Humboldt Room in the Library has fantastic resources for tribally focused archive materials from the region. Humboldt strives to build a supportive and inclusive Native community and engages with Native communities through initiatives and opportunities like the annual California Indian Big Time, Indigenous People's Week, and a chance to network with other faculty and staff as part of the Cal Poly Humboldt Council of American Indian Faculty and Staff. For more information, please visit: http://www.humboldt.edu/nativeprograms/

It is the responsibility of the applicant to provide complete and accurate employment information. Evidence of required degree(s), certifications(s), or licenses(s) will be required prior to the appointment date. A background check (including a criminal records check, employment verification, and education verification) must be completed satisfactorily as a condition of employment with the CSU. Certain positions may also require a credit check, motor vehicle report, and/or fingerprinting through Live Scan service. Adverse findings from a background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position. All CSU employees are obligated to respond to and report incidents of sexual harassment and sexual violence. The successful candidate for this position will be mandated to receive relevant training on an annual basis. The person holding this position is considered a ‘mandated reporter’ under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.

Working in the state of California is a condition of employment for this position. Even if part or all of an employee's assignment can be performed remotely, the employee must maintain a permanent residence in the state of California. The employee must be able to accept on-campus instruction, as assigned, and come to campus when needed.

New employees hired by the CSU for the first time who first become CalPERS members on or after July 1, 2017 are subject to a 10 year vesting period for retiree health and dental benefits.

Cal Poly Humboldt is a Title IX/Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, protected veteran status, or any other legally protected status. If accommodations need to be made during the recruitment and interview process, please contact Human Resources at (707) 826-3626 or hsuhr@humboldt.edu.

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