Anticipated Adjunct Positions
Kean University is a world-class, vibrant and diverse institution offering 50 undergraduate majors and 80 graduate programs and options leading to masters and doctoral degrees, professional diplomas and certifications. Kean distinguishes itself through excellence in academics, strategic investments in both research and cultural facilities and initiatives and a commitment to the success of every student. Dedicated to preparing students for rewarding careers, lifelong learning and fulfilling lives, Kean offers a broad range of disciplines, the expertise of a diverse and world-savvy faculty and a student-centered learning environment and campus community. Positions are available at the Union campus or Kean Ocean in Toms River, NJ, Kean Skylands in Jefferson Township, NJ or other locations where indicated. Classes begin Tuesday, September 3, 2019.
College of Business and Public Management
School of Criminal Justice and Public Administration
Health Services Administration & Law – to teach major issues in law relating to the administration of health services organizations, including the American legal system and court process; civil torts; contract principles; business structures and transactions; the employment relationship; healthcare fraud and abuse/corporate compliance; medical staff privileging and peer review; informed consent; health information privacy; emergency care; and trade practices regulation. Candidate must have a Master’s degree in Public Administration (MPA) with a specialization in Health Services Administration. Juris Doctor with a specialization in Healthcare and Health Services Administration is preferred. Contact: Dr. Deborah Mohammed-Spigner, Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
School of Management and Marketing
Management – to teach introductory or upper level management courses including Business Statistics; Managerial Decision Modeling; Management Information Systems; Operations Management; Business Strategy; Business Ethics; and Principles of Management at the Union and Ocean campuses. Contact: Dr. Shanggeun Rhee, Executive Director, at email@example.com.
School of Accounting and Finance
Finance – to teach Corporate Finance; International Business Finance; Exchange Traded Funds; Derivatives; Money and Capital Markets; and Working Capital Management. Contact Dr. Veysel Yucetepe, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accounting – to teach Intermediate Accounting; Advanced Accounting; Federal Income Taxes; Cost Accounting; Forensic Accounting; Fraud Prevention Investigation; International Accounting; and Auditing. Contact Dr. Veysel Yucetepe, Executive Director, at email@example.com.
College of Education
School of Health and Human Performance
Therapeutic Recreation – to teach Therapeutic Recreation in Long Term Care; Basic Concepts of Aging; Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation; and Therapeutic Recreation Facilitation Techniques. Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) and a minimum of 3 years of experience working with older adults in clinical settings (Long Term Care, Rehabilitation, Hospice, Dementia Units) is preferred. Additional experience in community based programs (Assisted Living, Continuing Care, Independent Living, Senior Housing and Senior Centers) will be considered. Candidate must be familiar with the Minimum Data Set (MDS) and state/federal regulations for long term care settings. This position will be based at the Kean Ocean Campus. Contact: Dr. Fran Stavola Daly, CTRS, FDRT, CPRP, Assistant Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exercise Science – to teach Exercise Physiology; Motor Learning; Prescriptive Exercise; Exercise Testing Interpretation; Strength Fitness; Personal Fitness; Statistics in Exercise Science and Introduction to Exercise Science. Preferred Qualifications: Certified Exercise Physiologist (EP-C, ACSM) and/or NSCA (CPT, CSCS), NCSF (CPT), NASM (CPT), Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and a minimum of 3 years of experience in personal fitness instruction, group fitness instruction, exercise testing, program design, facility management and health/fitness promotion. Contact: Mr. Adam Eckart, MS, CSCS, Program Coordinator, at email@example.com.
School of Special Education and Literacy
Special Education – to teach Verified Course Sequences (VCS) courses in the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Graduate Programs. Courses are offered in the evening and include Assessment/Evaluation of Autism and other Developmental Disabilities. Candidates must be a BCBA or a BCBA-D in good standing and hold a Master’s or Ph.D. in Psychology, Special Education or Applied Behavior Analysis. Contact: Dr. Randi Sarokoff, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Literacy – to teach Basic Reading Skills and Introduction to Academic Reading. Classes are available to teach Monday-Friday between 8:00 AM and 3:15 PM. Candidates must have a Master’s degree in Reading or English and a strong record/background in teaching reading skills or language arts, preferably at the college level. Contact: Dr. Victoria Rey, Search Committee Chairperson, at email@example.com.
School of Health and Human Performance
Health and Human Performance and Physical Education – to teach in the following degree programs: Athletic Training; Exercise Science (undergraduate and graduate); Physical Education Teacher Education; Community Health Education; Commercial and Community Recreation; Therapeutic Recreation/Recreation Therapy; Exercise Physiology; Motor Learning; Prescriptive Exercise; Exercise Testing & Interpretation; Strength Fitness; Personal Fitness; Statistics in Exercise Science; Introduction to Exercise Science; Biomechanics; and Kinesiology. It is preferred that candidates have at least 3 years of practitioner/teaching experience in their chosen area of expertise. Appropriate certification(s) and other credentials are required as determined by the professional field of practice. Contact: Search Committee Chairperson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
College of Natural, Applied and Health Sciences
School of Computer Science
Computer Science – to teach both graduate and undergraduate computer science and information technology courses including Java; cybersecurity; mobile application programming; web programing; game design and other related topics at the Union campus. Contact: Dr. Patricia Morreale, Executive Director, at email@example.com.
School of Nursing
Nursing – to teach in the undergraduate RN to BSN nursing program and in the Master’s in Nursing program at the Union, Raritan Valley and Ocean campuses. Candidates must hold an active New Jersey RN license and certificate in School Nursing. It is preferred candidates have a minimum of two years didactic teaching experience in an academic setting. Candidates for the RN to BSN program must have a Master’s in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing. Candidates for the Master’s program must have a Doctorate in Nursing or its equivalent. For candidates who possess a Doctorate outside of Nursing, a Master’s in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing is required. Contact: Dr. Prisca Anuforo, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
College of Liberal Arts
Department of History
History – to teach survey courses in World History and upper level courses in African and/or Middle Eastern history. Ph.D. or ABD is preferred. Contact: Search Committee Chairperson, at email@example.com.
School of Social Sciences
Sociology – to teach Social Statistics, Data Analysis and Management. Two years of teaching experience in higher education is required. Ph.D. is preferred. Contact: Search Committee Chairperson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
School of English Studies
English – to teach Introductory Composition courses; Writing Studies; History of Rhetoric; and World Literature. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong background in using technology in the classroom, including Learning Management Systems such as Blackboard or Canvas. Contact: Dr. Charles Nelson, Executive Director, at email@example.com.
ESL (English as a Second Language) Program – to teach a variety of ESL courses in the morning, afternoon and evening such as College Composition; Business and Professional Writing; World Literature; and a Transition course for international students. Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in TESOL or a related field and have experience teaching academic ESL at the post- secondary level. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong background in using technology in the classroom, including Learning Management Systems such as Blackboard or Canvas. For the international student transition course, it is preferred that candidates have a background in ESL or International Studies. Bilingual in Mandarin is preferred for this specific course. Candidates interested in teaching College Composition, World Literature and/or Business and Professional Writing will need both a background in ESL and also experience/training pertinent to the specific course. Contact: Dr. Charles Nelson, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Center for Interdisciplinary Studies
To teach Introductory level courses in Women’s and Gender Studies; Human Rights and Justice; Cultural Anthropology; Globalization; Global Studies; and Environmental Ethics. Contact: Search Committee Chairperson, at email@example.com.
School of General Studies
General Education Math – to teach developmental algebra and/or a terminal, first-year level general education math course such as Foundations of Math; Statistics; or Problem Solving at the Union campus. Master’s degree in Mathematics, Mathematics Education or Statistics is required. It is preferred that applicants have a strong commitment to teaching through an engaging student-centered, active classroom pedagogy that promotes interaction with the content and instructor/peers. The potential to also deliver 5 hours per week of supplemental instruction is possible. Contact: M. Bridget White, Search Committee Chairperson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transition to Kean Course – to teach an introduction to college course that is designed to help students adjust to academic and student life at Kean; introduce students to the General Education Program; emphasize student success skills; and identify and explore student strengths and weaknesses while familiarizing them with available University resources to cultivate academic success. Applicants must have a strong commitment to first year student success. It is preferred that applicants also have a strong commitment to teaching through an engaging student-centered, active classroom pedagogy that promotes interaction with the content and instructor/peers. Adjuncts who can teach during day hours are highly desirable. Contact: Search Committee Chairperson, at email@example.com.
Nathan Weiss Graduate College
School of Communication Disorders and Deafness
Communication Disorders and Deafness – to teach undergraduate (face-to-face and online) and graduate courses in communication sciences and disorders, e.g., Speech and Hearing Science; Scope of Practice; The Nature of Language; Phonetics; American Sign Language; Anatomy & Physiology of the Ear and Speech Mechanism; Early Speech & Language Development; and Basic Audiology at the Union campus. There is a possibility of on-campus or off-campus clinical supervision. Clinical supervisors must hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language-Pathology (CCC-SLP). Contact: Search Committee Chairperson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department of Graduate Social Work
Social Work – to teach Integrated Seminar; Trauma; Clinical Practice; Generalist Practice; Human Behavior and the Social Environment; International Issues in Social Work Practice; School Based Social Work; Comfort Care; Research I; Psychopathology; Social Welfare Policy and Services; and serve as a faculty liaison for students in the practicum experience. Candidates must possess a Master of Social Work degree from an accredited Council on Social Work Education program; have three years of post-master’s degree professional social work practice experience; and experience teaching, mentoring and/or supervising graduate level social work students. Ability to engage diverse adult learners through the use of innovation, technology and relevant clinical practice content in the classroom is desired. Candidates must exhibit a passion for working with a diverse student population; have knowledge of direct clinical practice trends, theories and therapies; and hold a commitment to employ the core values of the National Association of Social Workers. Transportation to off-campus locations to conduct in person practicum site visits, if serving as a faculty liaison, is required. Contact: Dr. Telvis M. Rich, Program Director, at email@example.com.
Department of Advanced Studies in Psychology
To teach or co-teach Cognition and Emotion in the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Combined School and Clinical Psychology program. Doctorate degree in cognitive psychology or a doctoral degree in another sub discipline of psychology with a certificate or specialization in cognitive science is required. Contact: Dr. Jennifer Block Lerner, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department of Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy – to teach Applied Kinesiology for Occupational Therapy; Introduction to Occupational Therapy; and Seminar in Pediatric Practice. Candidate must have a NJ license to practice occupational therapy. Contact Mariann Moran, OTD, OTR, CHT, Search Committee Chairperson, at email@example.com.
New Jersey Center for Science, Technology and Mathematics (NJCSTM)
Mathematical & Computational Methods of Science I (Scientific Programming for Calculus I) – to teach the first part of a sequence in mathematics and computational methods which introduces calculus, scientific modeling, MATLAB programming, data structures and algorithms.
Mathematical & Computational Methods of Science III (Scientific Programming for Linear Algebra) – to teach the third part of a three semester sequence emphasizing application systems of linear equations, finite dimensional vector spaces, vectors, matrices, ordinary differential equations, foundations of Vector Calculus, and linear transformations including the Fourier Transform.
Introduction to Programming – to teach computer components and operating systems, programming concepts, procedural programming, use of object-oriented libraries, text file input/output and structured text data processing.
Applied Human Immunology – to teach a graduate level course that focuses on how the human immune system works, what happens when the immune system goes awry and how different components of the immune system can be harnessed for basic and clinical research.
Advanced Molecular & Cellular Techniques – to teach the second course in a two-semester sequence of graduate-level laboratory courses presenting experimental design and methods and techniques. Explores quantitative and qualitative laboratory approaches to the study of cell signaling pathways and using loss of function genetic alteration techniques to measure effects on aspects of cell physiology.
Translational Science & Medicine – to teach graduate level courses exploring the principles and methodologies of translational; topics include mechanistic biology, linking clinical and basic research through evidence-based research and bioethical considerations in personalized medicine.
Molecular Pharmacology – to teach a comprehensive overview for graduate students of the theoretical principles of Pharmacology, including pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, dosing and formulation, safety and toxicity.
Biostatistics & Computational Analysis – to teach graduate level courses addressing the use of standard deviation, standard error, normal distribution, significance tests and intervals, analysis of variance, linear and multiple regression, chi squared analysis, multiple comparison and data fitting procedures.
Contact Ms. Marianne Gass, Assistant to the Dean, at firstname.lastname@example.org for all NJCSTM positions.
Application Information for All Positions
All positions require a Master’s degree in a related field and teaching experience unless otherwise indicated; candidates with an ABD, Ed.D., Ph.D. or other acceptable disciplinary doctorate are encouraged to apply. Please send cover letter (indicating availability for morning, afternoon and/or evening courses), resume, unofficial transcripts and contact information for three professional references to the individual at the email address above. Official transcripts for all degrees and three current letters of recommendation are required prior to the starting date of employment.
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