Holy Names University is seeking experienced instructors to work with our instructional design team to design and develop a new online versions of the following undergraduate courses:
- PSYC 63: Statistical Methods for Psychology
- PSYCH 124: Physiological psychology
Each of these 3-unit courses is required for all Psychology majors and is taught in a regular 16-week semester in our online Adult Baccalaureate Degree Completion Program.
The position for each course is a part-time temporary appointment (10-12 hours/week) and runs between January 7, 2020 to May 1, 2020. The selected candidate may work either on campus or remotely. The candidate will be required to meet bi-weekly with an instructional designer.
Pay for the course development contract is $3,914.35.
- Applicants should have a minimum of a M.A. in Psychology. PhD is preferred.
- ABD doctoral candidates will also be considered.
- Preference will be given to candidate who have previously and successfully taught the specific course(s) being applied for.
- Experience using assignment, test, and discussion tools in at least one learning management system.
- High digital literacy and experience with standard digital tools used for teaching and learning (including
- MS Word, PowerPoint, Office 365 One Drive or Google Drive, email, web browsers, etc.).
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Strong collaboration skills and the ability to meet deadlines.
- Experience teaching and/or designing online or hybrid courses.
- Experience teaching with Canvas LMS.
- Knowledge of adult learning theory.
The review of applications will begin immediately. For consideration, applicants should submit a Holy Names University (staff/faculty) employment application with a cover letter, resume, curriculum vita, and the names and contact information of professional references to email@example.com.
About Holy Names University (HNU)
Oakland’s Holy Names University (HNU) was founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Rooted in Catholic intellectual and spiritual traditions, the university’s mission is to empower and prepare a diverse student body for productive lives of leadership and service in a complex world. HNU offers a liberal arts and professional education through 15 undergraduate majors and seven master’s degree programs. HNU’s student-centered education, with small class sizes and courses in varied formats and schedules, meets the current needs of adult learners, including first-generation students and working adults. The university’s idyllic, 60-acre campus is nestled in the Oakland hills of California and offers panoramic views of San Francisco Bay. To learn more, visit www.hnu.edu.
Holy Names University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome applications from the community, alumni and the general public. Members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.