Adjunct Faculty Opportunities
UAF Chukchi is always seeking adjunct professors. While some subjects like math, English, and political science require advanced degrees (generally, a Masters or higher), other subjects (like Inupiaq language and arts, medical billing, and first aid) require less education like a certification or A.A.S.. Other subjects like native arts & crafts, arctic survival, and hunting need no formal education at all. If you want to teach, please contact us about opportunities.
How to Become an Adjunct
Step 1: Inquire about Adjunct Positions
Contact Woody Ivanoff, 907-442-3400 x117, email@example.com, about adjunct opportunities.
Step 2: Create Your Resume or Vitae
All adjuncts must submit a resume or curriculum vitae (a more complex type of resume for professional educators). Resumes must include:
- Your Name and Address
- Your Phone Number
- Your Email Address
- Education History (Include name of institution, major & degree received, and years attended)
- Include any degrees or certifications related to field you want to teach.
- Include contact information for each institution.
- Work History (include name of institution, work duties, and years employed)
- Work must adequate experience in field you seek to teach.
- Include ANY teaching, coaching, or other instruction experience to prove you can teach others.
- Three or more references (include name of reference, how known, email, and phone number)
How to Write a Resume: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQI_vfVUI3I&feature=fvst
Step 3: Create your Sample Syllabus
All adjuncts are required to submit a proposed syllabus for each class you seek to teach.
Learn to write a syllabus: http://www.ehow.com/video_4989323_write-syllabus.html#ixzz1CdSebd6I
Syllabus template (use to make your own syllabus):https://cms-prod-edit.uaf.edu/chukchi/faculty-staff/adjuncting-opportunities/syllabus-template.doc
Step 4: Submit
- Submit all materials to Merlin Ivanoff at firstname.lastname@example.org, including
- Resume or Vitae,
- Syllabus for each class,
- any other materials as requested.
- Maintain phone and email contact with Merlin Ivanoff. This process can take several months.
Please contact Merlin "Woody" Ivanoff at mwivanoff if you are willing and qualified to teach any of these subjects. Subjects in bold represent requored general education requirements for Cert, Associates, or Bachelors degree curriculum.
- Alaska Native Language (ANL 287)
- Anthropology/Sociology (ANTH or SOC 100x)
- Arctic Survival
- Communications (COMM 131x and 141x)
- Construction Trades
- CPR & First Aid
- K-12 Education
- History (History F100x)
- Inupiaq language
- Inupiaq Arts & Crafts
- Inupiaq Sewing
- Medical Coding & Terminology
- Political Science (PS 100x)