Adjunct/Teaching Part-time

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Each college hires its own adjuncts. An online application is required (includes a cover letter and/or resume, and unofficial transcripts). Your information will be available to chairs and deans of all the colleges.

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Apply directly to the college/department - If you contact the college/department directly, you can tell them that you have completed the adjunct online application.

Transcripts: Unofficial transcripts are required during the application process, official transcripts will be required at the time of employment.

Foreign Transcripts: It is the responsibility of the applicant to have transcripts from non U.S institutions evaluated and submit this documentation with the application.

Salary - The rate of pay for Adjunct Faculty for the 2017-2018 Academic year is $872 per load hour. The maximum teaching load for Adjunct Faculty is nine (9.0) load hours per semester. This is a district wide limit (i.e., if you are teaching six load hours at one college, you may only teach three more at another college for a total of nine in the District).

Employment verifications - MCCCD is required by Arizona law to participate in the Department of Homeland Security E-Verify program. All new employees will be checked to see if they are eligible to work in the U.S. Please note: MCCCD does not sponsor individuals for any type of work visas.

Maricopa Community Colleges is undergoing a review of all staff positions and titles, known as a classification and compensation study. As a result of this review, official job titles for currently posted positions could change. Any such change will be effective October 16, 2017. This review does not impact the job duties and has no impact on starting salary. This review is applicable for all currently posted, full time staff positions, including short term and specially funded positions. Faculty positions are not impacted by this review.

The purpose of this study is to develop an equitable, consistent, and competitive classification and compensation plan district-wide. The study allows Maricopa to attract and retain talent, create opportunities for growth and development within an appropriate salary structure framework that is flexible and responsive to changing economic conditions, supports the mission and vision of Maricopa, and is fiscally responsible.

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