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Indiana University South Bend invites applications for an adjunct instructor appointment in Health Sciences beginning Spring 2020.

Responsibilities include teaching at least 3 credit hours (day, evening, and/or weekends) per semester of HSC-H 322 Epidemiology and Biostatistics. The course is a requirement for students in Health Sciences, pre-nursing and pre-dental hygiene as well as fulfilling general education requirements for the university.

Position may require visiting/teaching at area centers.

  • Ability to work effectively with colleagues in an environment that promotes innovation, teaching and learning.
  • Knowledge of computers and willingness to explore new technologies that would benefit the students and program.
  • Ability to assess student learning outcomes.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Ability to effectively work with students with a wide range of skills, motivations, and academic goals.
Basic Qualifications
  • Bachelors of Science in a health-related field
  • Knowledge of epidemiology and public health
Ideal Qualifications
  • Experience working in a health care environment
  • D. or Master’s degree for a regionally accredited college or university in a health-related field
  • Experience teaching in higher education
Position Start Date

January 14, 2020


Part of the multi-campus Indiana University system, IU South Bend is the third largest of eight campuses. Located 90 miles from Chicago and 30 miles from Lake Michigan, South Bend’s metropolitan area includes an increasingly diverse population in excess of 250,000 and excellent cultural facilities, including six colleges and universities.

Indiana University South Bend invites applications for an adjunct instructor appointment in Clinical Laboratory Sciences beginning Spring 2020.

Responsibilities include teaching 3-6 credit hours (day, evening, and/or weekends) per semester of CLS-C 405 Clinical Chemistry (3 cr.) and CLS-C 406 Chemistry Methods (2 cr.). The courses are requirements for students in the NAACLS accredited Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science at Indiana University South Bend.

Position will require teaching on the Indiana University South Bend Campus.

A background in clinical chemistry and certification through the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) as a MLS generalist or in the Chemistry Subject is highly desired.

Ability to work effectively with colleagues in an environment that promotes innovation, teaching and learning. 

Knowledge of computers, lab techniques, and willingness to explore new technologies that would benefit the students and program.  Knowledge of the field and practice of medical laboratory science.

Ability to assess and refine student-learning outcomes.

Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

Ability to effectively work with students with a wide range of skills, motivations, and academic goals.

Basic Qualifications
  • Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science or related field (i.e. Biology, Chemistry).
Ideal Qualifications
  • Experience working in a health care environment
  • Master’s degree for a regionally accredited college or university in a health-related field
  • Experience teaching in higher education
  • Experience in clinical chemistry
  • Certification from ASCP or equivalent
Expected start date

January 14, 2020

The English Department at Indiana University South Bend invites applications for adjunct (part-time) teaching positions in the undergraduate program. A qualified individual can teach up to two of our three-credit courses per semester. In particular, we are seeking qualified instructors to teach:

  • First-Year Writing

IU South Bend is the third largest campus in the Indiana University system and serves the north central Indiana community. The First-Year Writing Program provides writing instruction campus-wide to help students fulfill a required General Education Fundamental Literacy in Writing. English Department faculty strive to expand students' understanding and skills in English language and composition, written communication, and literature. Our programs prepare students for a broad range of careers, especially those requiring analytical thinking and expression and the ability to read carefully and write clearly. In addition to education and media-related careers, the writing and analytical skills gained in English courses enhance careers in business, law, and medicine.

Indiana University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. IU South Bend’s strategic plan includes a commitment to advance diversity and open-mindedness and to create a civil, welcoming, and caring culture for all. Women, minorities, individual with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Qualifications

Minimum requirement for an adjunct lecturer position is a Master’s degree English or in a closely related field. The applicant should provide evidence for professional achievement in his/her area of expertise. A statement describing the applicant’s experience and knowledge for innovative and effective teaching is a plus.

Application Requirements

Interested candidates must submit the following items for consideration:

  • Letter of application including the information about the applicant’s qualification for the position and the area(s) of expertise in English or in the related field
  • Curriculum Vitae

The search for adjunct lecturer positions is conducted on a rotating basis. If a candidate is selected for consideration, he or she will be invited for an in-person interview.

Application Process

Send Application Materials in PDF format as attachments through email:

  • For First-Year Writing: Rebecca Brittenham (rbritten@iusb.edu); Director of First-Year Writing, English Department, IU South Bend.

The English Department at Indiana University South Bend invites applications for adjunct (part-time) teaching positions in the undergraduate program. A qualified individual can teach up to two of our three-credit courses per semester. In particular, we are seeking qualified instructors to teach:

  • English as a Second Language

IU South Bend is the third largest campus in the Indiana University system and serves the north central Indiana community. English Department faculty strive to expand students' understanding and skills in English language and composition, written communication, and literature. Our programs prepare students for a broad range of careers, especially those requiring analytical thinking and expression and the ability to read carefully and write clearly. In addition to education and media-related careers, the writing and analytical skills gained in English courses enhance careers in business, law, and medicine.

Indiana University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. IU South Bend’s strategic plan includes a commitment to advance diversity and open-mindedness and to create a civil, welcoming, and caring culture for all. Women, minorities, individual with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Qualifications:

Minimum requirement for an adjunct lecturer position is a Master’s degree English or in a closely related field. The applicant should provide evidence for professional achievement in his/her area of expertise. A statement describing the applicant’s experience and knowledge for innovative and effective teaching is a plus.

Application Requirements:

Interested candidates must submit the following items for consideration:

  • Letter of application including the information about the applicant’s qualification for the position and the area(s) of expertise in English or in the related field
  • Curriculum Vitae

The search for adjunct lecturer positions is conducted on a rotating basis. If a candidate is selected for consideration, he or she will be invited for an in-person interview.

Send Application Materials in PDF format as attachments through email

  • For English as a Second Language: Shawn Nichols-Boyle (sfnichol@iusb.edu); Director of English as a Second Language Program, English Department, IU South Bend.

The Communication Studies Department at Indiana University South Bend invites applications for adjunct (part-time) lecturer positions to teach up to two, three-credit public speaking courses (SPCH-S 121) per semester.  (More than one adjunct lecturer is needed.)

IU South Bend is the third largest campus in the Indiana University system and serves the north central Indiana community. The growing Communication Studies department at IU South Bend currently includes BA and MA degrees in Speech Communication. Our mission is to prepare students to communicate effectively in personal, professional, and mediated environments.

Qualifications

A Master of Arts in Communication (or closely related field) is required, along with evidence of innovative and effective teaching. Online teaching experience is a plus.

Application Requirements

Interested candidates must submit the following items for consideration:  letter of application; Curriculum Vitae; unofficial transcripts; and, three letters of recommendation. If you are selected for consideration, you will be invited to campus for an in-person interview and teaching demonstration.

Send Application Materials To

Kim McInerney, Coordinator of the Public Speaking Course
Communication Studies Department
Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts
kmmciner@iusb.edu574-520-4268

The Communication Studies Department at Indiana University South Bend invites applications for adjunct (part-time) lecturer positions in the undergraduate program. A qualified individual can teach up to two of our three-credit courses per semester.  The areas of expertise that the department is seeking qualified lecturers for include:

  • Public Speaking
  • Public Relations with an emphasis on professional skills and practices, including upper level intensive Public Relations writing
  • Journalism with an emphasis on professional skills and practices, including upper level Journalism writing and multi-platform journalism
  • Media technology including digital and social media
  • Digital and integrated communication
  • Argumentation and Debate

IU South Bend is the third largest campus in the Indiana University system and serves the north central Indiana community. The growing Communication Studies department at IU South Bend currently hosts over 130 students majoring in the program. Communication Studies faculty strives to inspire our students to maximize their personal and professional potential through acquisition and application of knowledge and skills integral to effective and ethical communication across local and global communities.

Indiana University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. IU South Bend’s strategic plan includes a commitment to advance diversity and open-mindedness and to create a civil, welcoming, and caring culture for all. Women, minorities, individual with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Qualifications

Minimum requirement for an adjunct lecturer position is a Master’s degree in the area of communication studies or in a closely related field. The applicant should provide evidence for professional achievement in his/her area of expertise. A statement describing the applicant’s experience and knowledge for innovative and effective teaching is a plus. Online teaching experience is also valued.

Application Requirements

Interested candidates must submit the following items for consideration: 

  • letter of application including the information about the applicant’s qualification for the position and the area(s) of expertise in communication studies or in the related field
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • unofficial transcripts (undergraduate and graduate)
  • a list of three references with complete contact information

The search for adjunct lecturer positions is conducted on a rotating basis. If you are selected for consideration, you will be invited for an in-person interview and teaching demonstration.

Send Application Materials in PDF format as attachments through email to:

Dr. Kari Wilson at wilskari@iusb.edu
Department Chair, Communication Studies
Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts