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For Furloughed PASSHE faculty only - English Composition (ENGL 110) - Spring 2018

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Please see Special Instructions for more details.

This is a posting for consideration by PASSHE faculty with rights under Article 29 of the Agreement between APSCUF and PASSHE. In accordance with instructions received from PASSHE, teaching opportunities must be posted for 30 calendar days for consideration by faculty members who have received notice of retrenchment before offering courses to temporary faculty members or any other individual not a regular (full-time or part-time) faculty member at Millersville University. Retrenched faculty must indicate their interest in teaching this course by sending a letter of application, along with other appropriate documentation supporting their qualifications, to President John M. Anderson, Ph.D., within 30 calendar days of the 11/14/2017 Vacancy Notice. Uploading a cover letter, curriculum vitae and copies of your transcripts as Optional Documents (in the spaces provided) will satisfy the requirement of notifying the President.

Faculty Posting Details

Position Information

Requisition Number P01554
Department English
Working Title For Furloughed PASSHE faculty only - English Composition (ENGL 110) - Spring 2018
Classification Instructor - 24900

Position Summary Information

Nature of position Temporary, part-time

Posting Detail Information

Job Summary/Basic Function

Required course in general education that introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Instructors expected to use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress.

In addition to teaching, there is an expectation for scholarship and service commensurate with the assignment.

Required Qualifications

Master’s Degree in English. Prior experience teaching course content or related content.

Preferred Qualifications
Job Description
Essential Functions

In addition to teaching, there is an expectation for scholarship and service commensurate with the assignment.

Posting Open Date 11/14/2017
Full Consideration Date
Special Instructions to Applicants

This is a posting for consideration by PASSHE faculty with rights under Article 29 of the Agreement between APSCUF and PASSHE. In accordance with instructions received from PASSHE, teaching opportunities must be posted for 30 calendar days for consideration by faculty members who have received notice of retrenchment before offering courses to temporary faculty members or any other individual not a regular (full-time or part-time) faculty member at Millersville University.

Retrenched faculty must indicate their interest in teaching this course by sending a letter of application, along with other appropriate documentation supporting their qualifications, to President John M. Anderson, Ph.D., within 30 calendar days of the 11/14/2017 Vacancy Notice.

Uploading a cover letter, curriculum vitae and copies of your transcripts as Optional Documents (in the spaces provided) will satisfy the requirement of notifying the President.

Quicklink for Posting/Requisition http://jobs.millersville.edu/postings/5090

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
Optional Documents
  1. Curriculum Vitae
  2. Cover Letter/Letter of Application
  3. Unofficial Transcripts 1
  4. Unofficial Transcripts 2
  5. Unofficial Transcripts 3

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  1. * Are you a PASSHE faculty member with rights under Article 29 of the agreement between APSCUF and PASSHE?
    • Yes
    • No