All faculty positions are governed by the tenets of a collective bargaining agreement. Faculty are hired, evaluated, and retained on the basis of conditions covered in the union contract. Primary duties include teaching and related activities assigned during a term of 4.5 months. It is expected that each faculty member engages in teaching and teaching-related activities. Non-tenure track faculty report to a department chairperson or director.
Teaching: faculty members are expected to teach; develop syllabi and teaching materials (ability to organize, analyze, and present knowledge or materials) related to courses taught. Some disciplines require discipline specific certifications and/or licensure in the field for practice or functioning within the State of Illinois; degree specific course work and/or graduate degrees in the discipline.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and completed 60 semester hours or the equivalent of graduate study toward an advanced degree;
Master’s degree from an accredited institution or the equivalent of graduate study toward an advanced degree; or Doctorate in the discipline.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Applicant should be able to teach basic courses in Psychology (Developmental, Experimental, Personality and Abnormal.)
Special Instructions to Applicants
Chicago State University - 14 months ago