The Communication Sciences and Disorders Department seeks qualified individuals to join our adjunct hiring pool to express their interest in future, part-time teaching assignments at Worcester State.
Undergraduate adjunct faculty teach between 3 - 9 credits. Graduate adjunct faculty teach between 1 - 6 credit.
Worcester State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. M/F/D/V. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Application submission to the part time adjunct faculty pool is open to qualified professionals who possess skills, education, and experience in academic and/or professional areas.
Adjunct faculty postings are for potential part-time, non-benefited, teaching positions during the 2020-2021 academic year.
The applicant pool will be reviewed by the department chair, when searching for candidates to fill the position.
Applicants for adjunct positions will not be notified of their status unless they are contacted by the department chair or their designee.
Applicants should withdraw their application from the pool if they are no longer interested.
Please submit a CV, cover-letter (noting interest in day, evening, or both), and one letter of reference dated within the last 6 months. Educational background will be verified through the National Student Clearinghouse or through copies of original, sealed transcripts if selected for hire. Documents which cannot be uploaded to one's account may be sent via fax to 508.929.8169 or by mail to the following address:
Director of Human Resources
Worcester State University
486 Chandler Street
Worcester, MA 01602-2597
Internal Number: 122007
About Worcester State University
WORCESTER STATE UNIVERSITY is a vibrant public university located in the residential west side of Worcester, Massachusetts, the second largest city in New England and home to 38,000 college students at more than a dozen colleges and universities. Situated on a compact 58-acre campus, the University offers 50 undergraduate and graduate academic programs to more than 6,400 students annually. The Princeton Review ranks us as one of the 75 "Best Value" public colleges in the country, as well as a "Best in the Northeast" college.