DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
Sonoma State University offers an exceptional educational experience that fosters intellectual, cognitive, social, and personal growth. As the only member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges in California, we are uniquely positioned to foster ethical exploration, civic engagement, social responsibility, and global awareness combined with a solid foundation in an academic discipline. We have a strong commitment to graduating students who have the ability to think critically and communicate effectively in an ever-changing world. The unique campus culture fosters our Seawolf Commitment to integrity, respect, excellence, and responsibility and is integrated into all campus life. We nurture inclusive excellence through a celebration of the rich diversity of our local communities and our interconnected global economy. Members of the University community are expected to work effectively with faculty, staff, and students from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. SSU is especially interested in candidates who make contributions to equity and inclusion in the pursuit of excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service.
Sonoma State University’s beautiful 274-acre campus is located in Sonoma County wine country, an hour north of San Francisco. The campus offers the ideal setting for teaching and learning and access to a community of rich cultural, environmental, and recreational opportunities. Founded in 1960, Sonoma State University is one of the 23 campuses of the California State University System. As members of the largest public higher educational system in the nation, we provide accessible, high-quality education to more than 9000 students. Sonoma State University is proud to be a Hispanic Serving Institution committed to achieving the goals of equal opportunity and endeavors to employ faculty and staff reflecting the ethnic and cultural diversity of the region and state.
Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) is an interdisciplinary major that examines the experiences and opportunities of women and men in relation to race, ethnicity, class and sexuality. WGS places gender in specific cultural and historical contexts in relation to families, communities, and nations. In addition, feminist scholarship in recent years has inspired a vast array of work on those who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered. Uniting inquiry in Women’s and Gender Studies is the effort to understand and explain the inequalities between and among men and women and to envision change.
Prospective applicants are encouraged to see the department’s Web page at:
DUTIES OF THE POSITION
The Women’s and Gender Studies Department currently anticipates a number of part-time temporary teaching opportunities across our General Education and core WGS major curriculum, with other occasional opportunities as funding allows. We are looking for individuals who can teach one or more of the WGS General Education courses: Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies (3units); Introduction to Queer Studies (4 units); Men and Masculinity (4units); LGBTQ US History (3units); Gender, Race and Representation (3 units); Gender, Race and Class (3 units). We are also looking for individuals who can teach one or more of the core WGS major courses: Transnational Feminisms (3-4 units); Queer Theory, Queer Lives (4 units); Foundations of Feminist Thought (4units). A topical course in the applicant’s area of specialization (3-4 units) may also be considered.
To be recommended for appointment, the candidate must have:
•Master’s Degree with significant experience relevant to the specific courses for which you are applying.
•ABD’s with sufficient teaching and/or research experience in the area of specialization will be considered.
•Ph.D. in either Women’s and/or Gender Studies or in a related field with research or teaching experience relevant to WGS.
•Teaching experience relevant to the specific courses for which you are applying.
•Research experience relevant to the specific courses offered.
RANK AND SALARY
Full-time is 15-unit workload per semester. Actual salary is dependent upon number of units assigned, educational preparation, and availability of funds subject to any CSU system faculty contract salary increases.
•Selection as a candidate in the applicant pool, does not guarantee employment. Temporary Faculty appointments are made on a part-time, temporary basis and contingent upon department needs and funding.
•Temporary Faculty appointments are made on a semester-by-semester basis.
•Relocation expenses will not be provided for temporary faculty appointments.
•Reimbursement for expenses incurred to attend an interview for temporary faculty positions are not reimbursed by the University.
HOW TO APPLY
Do not send materials to firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply for this position, go to www.sonoma.edu/jobs and select Job Opportunities. If you are not currently employed at Sonoma State University, select the External Applicants box. If you are currently employed at Sonoma State University, select the Internal Applicants box. You will be redirected to a list of all available jobs at Sonoma State University. Find and select the faculty position you are applying for to view the description and select Apply Now. If you have not applied for a job at Sonoma State University previously you will be asked to Register Now in order to proceed. At the initial stage of the application, you will be prompted to upload a resume. Please combine your CV and cover letter into one PDF document and upload it in place of the resume. Once you have submitted the application, a confirmation email will be automatically sent to you. If you encounter difficulties during the application process, please email email@example.com.
Official transcripts are required at the time of hire.
Application procedures for temporary faculty already teaching in the department:
-Temporary Faculty with three-year contracts do not need to reapply.
-Temporary Faculty who have taught for the department within the past two years only need to submit a letter of intent to remain in the pool. The hiring committee will review the Personnel Action File and then determine whether an additional interview would be beneficial.
Sonoma State University hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. All offers of employment are contingent upon presentation of documents demonstrating the appointee’s identity and eligibility to work, in accordance with the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Sonoma State University does not facilitate the process of applying for an H1B Visa for temporary positions.
The deadline to apply is Monday, April 02, 2018.
Questions concerning the application process may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions concerning this position may be directed to:
Dr. Lena McQuade
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The university is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, or protected veteran status.
This position is considered a “mandated reporter” under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
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