Position overview Position title: John R. Lewis - College 1/CORE Pre-six Lecturer Salary range: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. The annual salary range for this position is $64,329 - $109,516 (based on salary points 1-19). A reasonable estimate for an appointment to teach a five-credit course is $8,041 - $13,690. Compensation for Summer Session courses may vary from courses taught during the academic year (see Summer Session Faculty and Lecturer Pay).
Percent time: Variable, based on the course load assigned.
Anticipated start: Appointments are contingent on the hiring units instructional need and the availability of funding. This recruitment is valid for initial appointments beginning in spring quarter 2023 through spring quarter 2024. Initial appointments made after this period must be made through other recruitments.
Position duration: Appointments are typically made during one or more quarters of the regular academic year (fall, winter, and spring quarters), but they may also be made during Summer Session.
Open February 1, 2023 through Wednesday, Jan 31, 2024 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time)
If you apply to this recruitment by January 31, 2024, you will have until February 14, 2024 to complete your application.
College Ten at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) invites applications for an ongoing pool of lecturers to teach sections of College Ten College 1, the first course of UCSCs Academic Literacy Curriculum. College 1 is a required core course designed to help students develop academic and civic proficiency in reading and critical thinking. Students will develop understanding of 'academic ethos' and habits of mind and practice that are tied to a sense of belonging and academic success. This course prepares students for success in other UCSC courses. There is no placement exam for College 1; enrollment in this course is not tracked by proficiency in reading, writing, or critical thinking.
Instructors meet with a seminar of about thirty students two or three times per week and present material from an established syllabus; assign and evaluate student work; meet with students in small groups; prepare grades, which may include narrative evaluations of student performance; hold weekly office hours; and carry out other typical instructional duties.
College Ten College 1s theme of Social Justice and Community considers the injustices that many people confront in their lives and possible policies for addressing social, political, and economic inequalities. Topics covered in the course include race, class, gender, sexual identity, poverty, inequality, and environmental justice. Students critically reflect on their own socialization and positionality, and interrogate institutional practices and structures.
Applicants with any of the following qualifications are strongly encouraged to apply:
Ph.D. (or equivalent foreign degree).
Demonstrated record of working effectively with students from a wide range of social, cultural, and academic backgrounds.
Familiarity with current theory and research in critical and analytical reading.
Educational expertise in the humanities and social sciences (for example, disciplines such as anthropology, history, sociology, ethnic studies, politics), as well as non-governmental organization experience, documentary work, and other professional forums.
Internal candidates will be given priority consideration.
Basic qualifications (required at time of application)
M.A/M.S.; or a B.A./B.S. degree and completion of at least one year of a Ph.D. program; or a B.A./B.S. degree and at least two years of teaching experience at the college level. Equivalent foreign degrees will be considered.
Experience teaching critical and analytical reading, thinking, and/or writing at the college level.
Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.
Cover Letter - Cover letter that addresses how you meet the qualifications.
Statement of Teaching - One-page statement that addresses your philosophy of teaching.
Statement of Contributions to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - Statement addressing your understanding of the barriers facing traditionally underrepresented groups and your past and/or future contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion through teaching and professional or public service. Candidates are urged to review guidelines on statements (see https://apo.ucsc.edu/diversity.html) before preparing their application.
Teaching Evaluations (course 1 of 3) (Optional)
Teaching Evaluations (course 2 of 3) (Optional)
Teaching Evaluations (course 3 of 3) (Optional)
2-3 letters of reference required
Applications must include confidential letters of recommendation*. Note that your references, or dossier service, will submit their confidential letters directly to the UC Recruit System.
*All letters will be treated as confidential per University of California policy and California state law. For any reference letter provided via a third party (i.e., dossier service, career center), direct the author to UCSCs confidentiality statement at http://apo.ucsc.edu/confstm.htm. Apply link:https://recruit.ucsc.edu/JPF01445
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