Adjunct Teaching Positions
Bridgewater College seeks qualified, innovative, adjunct instructors to assist with our vibrant core and disciplinary curricula. If you are creative and highly motivated about teaching students in small classes in a liberal arts setting, we would like to hear from you.
Adjuncts in French
Instructor needed to teach introductory French language courses at the 101 and 102 level. Minimum qualifications of a master's degree in French; PhD preferred.
Adjunct in Mathematics
Instructor needed to teach College Algebra and/or Quantitative Reasoning courses. Minimum qualifications of a master's degree in mathematics or related field; PhD preferred.
Adjuncts in Philosophy / Logic
Instructor needed to teach Logic, Philosophical Ethics, and Classical Philosophy courses. Minimum qualifications of a master's degree in philosophy; PhD preferred.
Adjuncts in Sociology
Instructor needed to teach introductory. Minimum qualifications of a master's degree in Sociology; PhD preferred.
Adjuncts in Spanish
Instructor needed to teach introductory Spanish language courses at the 101 and 102 level. Minimum qualifications of a master's degree in Spanish; PhD preferred.
All qualified applicants are subject to a background check as part of the final approval process.
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