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