To augment our dedicated full time faculty and respond to enrollment demands, we occasionally seek highly qualified ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS to teach day and evening courses within the Communications Department of our School of Arts and Humanities.
Courses taught within the PR/Advertising curriculum are explained in further detail by clicking on the following link:
The Communications Department is seeking adjunct instructors who are committed to teaching a diverse population of students. Each instructor is expected to be current in the discipline and should have a strong knowledge of how social media and other technological innovations impact the field. Prior teaching and professional experience are most beneficial to the students in our discipline and some combination or expertise in at least one of these is essential .
To qualify as an ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR-PR/ADVERTISING within the Communications Department, :
a Master's degree in Public Relations, Advertising or Communications
Current fluency with Social Media and their application in the field
Previous experience teaching at the collegiate level is preferred
Vacancies are determined on a semester by semester basis. We invite applicants interested in future opportunities to submit their credentials by following the instructions noted in the Application Instuctions section.
Applicants will received an initial confirmation email of receipt of their credentials; however, applicants will only be contacted by the Department Chair as vacancies arise. We regret not all inquiries can be personally acknowledged past this initial confirmation.
Compensation includes a competitive stipend, paid incrementally during the semester. After one semester of service, Adjuncts are eligible for a 50% tuition scholarship (waiver) for undergraduate and/or graduate courses on a maximum of six credit hours per semester (not to exceed the value of three credit hours). Tuition waiver can be used during the semester in which the Adjunct teaches or during the following semester.
The College of Saint Rose values diversity and abides by federal, state and local law in admissions, employment and all services and programs provided. It does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion/creed, disability, age, national/ethnic origin, sexual orientation or any other condition established by law.
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Upload the following documents, which are required for consideration:
Letter of Application: specifiy the course(s) you are interested in teaching
Name and contact information for three professional references
Official transcripts are not required at this time, but will be requested if you are contacted for interview at a later date.
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