The Department of Education Leadership, Management and Policy, within the College of Human Development, Culture and Media at Seton Hall University, invites applications for adjunct instructors to teach courses in higher education graduate programs. The Department seeks student-centered individuals who value excellence in teaching and commit to diversity, equity, inclusion, and collaboration. For an overview of higher education programs and courses, visit the Department website.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Teach one to two courses per semester
• Teach in-person and hybrid modalities. Examples of class schedules include meetings once per week during weekdays, from 5:00 p.m. - 7:10 p.m. or 7:15 p.m. - 9:25 p.m., or four meetings across two weekends, from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., during the fall and spring semesters.
The Department of Educational Leadership, Management and Policy is dedicated to serving and developing aspiring and current leaders. Graduates pursue leadership roles in a variety of organizations, such as public and private P-12 schools, higher education institutions, law enforcement agencies, and non-profit and policy organizations. The Department offers a robust portfolio of certificate, master’s, educational specialist, and doctoral programs. Each program is individualized to meet students’ strengths and professional goals. The higher education unit, in particular, includes master’s and doctorate degrees. For more information, visit the Department website.
Seton Hall University is located in South Orange, New Jersey, just 14 miles from New York City. It is the oldest Catholic diocesan institution of higher education in the United States, and its Carnegie classification is a doctoral university with high research activity. It is home to approximately 6,300 undergraduate and 4,700 graduate students from all 50 states and more than 60 foreign countries. An exciting and culturally diverse community, Seton Hall pursues academic excellence and ethical development in a collaborative environment and prepares its students to be servant leaders in their professional and community lives.
• Expertise and ability to teach in areas related to higher education. Areas include, but are not limited to, law; finance; leadership; student affairs; intercollegiate athletics; organization and governance; history of higher education; and qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methodologies
• Demonstrated commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion
• Earned doctorate in higher education or related field
• Minimum of one year teaching at the college level
• Demonstrated record of teaching excellence
• Experience with learning management systems such as Blackboard and Canvas
FJ01 - Faculty Adjunct
General Office Environment
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applications should include the following documents:
• Cover letter detailing applicable courses to teach, qualifications for the position and courses, and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
• Curriculum vitae or resume
• Two professional references with contact information including addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses
If contacted for an interview, the Department will request, if appropriate, evidence of successful teaching, e.g., sample syllabi, student course evaluations, and anonymous student work with feedback.
The Department reviews applications on a rolling basis.
Seton Hall University is committed to programs of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and the principles of affirmative action.