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Faculty Openings

New England College is committed to the transformational learning of all students. We seek imaginative, caring, entrepreneurial and energetic faculty skilled in directing efforts to develop our students’ full potential. The successful candidate will be sensitive to different learning styles and be committed to engaged and experiential learning. The ability to teach across disciplines is essential. As one of the ten founding members of Project Pericles, New England College is strongly committed to civic engagement as a central focus of our educational programs. Qualifications for faculty positions include a commitment to a liberal arts education within an academically and culturally diverse college student population. Candidates should have experience teaching at the college level, feel comfortable working with students of varying educational needs and have the desire to develop their areas of scholarship.

Full-time

Associate Dean of Education Division
Digital Resources & Distance Learning Librarian

Part-time

Fall 2015 | August 31 – December 17, 2015

 Art
 Biology
 Business
 Chemistry
 Criminal Justice
 Communications
 Computer Information Systems
 English as a Second Language
 Environmental Science
 Kinesiology
 Foreign Languages | Mandarin & Arabic
 History
 Liberal Arts and Science
 Music
 Outdoor Leadership
 Politics
 Psychology
 Writing


Associate Dean of Education Division

Start Date: July/August 2015

New England College seeks applicants for the position of Associate Dean of the Education Division. The Associate Dean oversees undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education programs in education and related fields  (including undergraduate Education majors and concentrations, Outdoor Leadership; Kinesiology, a Master of Education, several CAGS programs, a Master of Science in Higher Education Administration, and a Doctor of Education program, with concentrations in K-12 Education and Higher Education Administration, along with other programs), with an emphasis on academic excellence, experiential learning, and commitments to our civic and natural environments.

Reporting to the Provost, the Associate Dean works with the Dean of Graduate Programs and the Dean of Academic Services, as well as collaborates with the Associate Deans of the Arts and Humanities, Management, and Natural and Social Sciences divisions.

This is a full-time, 12-month administrator contract with faculty rank.

Areas of Responsibility:

  • Faculty management and assessment including professional development;
  • Budget management;
  • Professional development management;
  • Coordination of all accreditation activities and data collection in the Division;
  • Coordination of assessment processes related to the programs within the Division;
  • Supervision of development new programs, courses and the scheduling process for all graduate and undergraduate courses in the Division, including on campus, off-campus, online, and low-residency;
  • Curriculum development and innovation;
  • Participation in marketing and enrollment initiatives with the Vice President of Enrollment and Admissions staff;
  • Supervision of Program Directors;
  • Collaborative work with Associate Division Deans, supporting the Vice President for Academic Affairs, and other stakeholders in advancing the mission and strategic goals of the College.

Requirements:

  • Doctorate degree in Education
  • Successful record of teaching experience in graduate and /or undergraduate programs, including on campus and online
  • At least three years of experience in administration and academic leadership or equivalent experience
  • Experience seeking and managing external grants
  • Evidence of successful academic planning and implementation, program development and evaluation and personnel and budget management
  • Proven record of teaching, scholarship and service consistent with the mission of NEC

The successful candidate must have background in literacy or special education as well as experience as a Dean and Director of Teacher Certification.

The individual selected for this position will work closely with the current Associate Dean of Education and Director of Teacher Certification and Field Placements for the 2014-2015 academic year while teaching classes and supervising students in the field, and will then transition into the Associate Dean of Education position. He/she will take an active role in various state organizations associated with teacher preparation, assist with ETS and NH DOE reporting, developing reports for reaccreditation and other administrative duties while helping the college maintain and further develop its reputation for helping students become highly effective teachers.

To Apply:

Email a letter of interest, resume or curriculum vitae (including contact information of at least three references to edusearch@nec.edu.  Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.      Top

 

 

 

Digital Resources & Distance Learning Librarian

This position is responsible for the development and management of electronic information resources as well as the online user experience for library patrons.  In addition, this position coordinates the planning, implementation and evaluation of library resources/services addressing the information needs of the online and Graduate and Professional Studies program community and serves as the main library liaison to these programs.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Work effectively with colleagues and the greater community to advance the mission of the library and the college;
  • Evaluate, acquire, develop and maintain electronic database resources and access to these resources;
  • Develop new digital services as required by new or changing academic programs and liaison with various consortia pricing and licensing details;
  • Design, develop and maintain the library website;
  • Provide online and face-to-face reference services for all library patrons (online/graduate/undergraduate students/faculty, staff, public users);
  • Design, coordinate and assess library services for on-campus and off-campus students and faculty in the online and Graduate and Professional Studies programs, including course management software, online and electronic resources;
  • Provide Information Literacy instruction as needed to online and graduate courses, including face-to-face classroom instruction, orientation sessions for students and faculty, and other types of instruction, including online and other delivery mechanisms;
  • Function as library liaison to online programs and serve on relevant committees as requested;
  • Participate in library, college, and professional committee activities, meetings, workshops, and conferences;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in library and/or information science from an ALA- accredited institution or equivalent institution
  • Three years academic library experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified
  • Experience planning, teaching, and assessing instruction sessions in an electronic environment
  • Experience using information technology and techniques that promote active learning
  • Experience using course management software and remote presentation applications
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to communicate professionally with a diverse constituency
  • Strong computer skills, including experience using digital resources, the internet and website design
  • Demonstrated expertise in the creation and delivery of library services for distance learners
  • Working knowledge of online databases and e-reference materials common to academic libraries
  • Working knowledge of web development tools and content management best practices for library and information resources
  • Ability and willingness to work in a team environment
  • Familiarity with various styles of adult learners
  • Ability to travel occasionally to distance education sites or libraries
  • Availability to work some weeknights and/or weekends

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume and list of three references (names and contact information) to: LIBRARYsearch@nec.edu.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Art

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach the following Art courses during the Fall 2015 semester:

  • AR1240 Art & Media: Learning to Look – Through the exploration of significant artistic and cultural developments from the late 20th century, students will be introduced to the vocabulary, texts, audiences and technologies of visual art and new media and their interpretations. The intersection of media and fine art will be emphasized and examined through the study of pertinent issues in contemporary society, with special focus on the natural and civic environment. Students will develop the skills of formal, critical and contextual analysis that are crucial for those interested in a career in the arts, communication and/or media. Trips to museums and galleries, visits with local artists and hands-on activities will familiarize students with the practices of the disciplines and their place in the world today.
    • This course is offered Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:20 – 10:30am
  • AR1610 Intro to Drawing – Instruction in the fundamental techniques of drawing. Students explore line, form, value and composition using black and white media and a range of subjects.
    • Section 1 is offered Mondays and Fridays from 8:20-10:30am
    • Section 2 is offered Mondays and Fridays from 1:00-3:05pm
  • AR3120 Historical Photography: Pictorialism/Modern Photography –This course covers a broad historical survey of photography as we study the major artists and innovations of the medium of photography and its impact on art and society. We will learn the vocabulary of photography and study the technical innovations that have led us to the digital image of today. Students will learn to evaluate and discuss a wide range of photographs as documents, as aids to artistic production, and as art works.
    • This course is offered Mondays and Fridays 3:10-4:50pm
  • AR2710 Photography Studio 1 – Building on the skills acquired in Introduction to Photography, students will learn more advanced image capture and processing techniques to produce a professional style portfolio of work. Students will also survey various avenues for photography as a profession ranging from studio lighting, portraiture, and photo-illustration as well as fine art photography. A digital Single Lens Reflex camera with a minimum of a 10 mega-pixel image sensor is a requirement for this class. Prerequisite: AR 1710. (2 Credits)
    • This course is offered Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:20-5:10pm
  • AR 2520 Survey of Western Art – Through focused examination of key works of art and architecture, this course explores the ways in which social, cultural, religious, political and aesthetic values have been expressed in Western society since antiquity. Students will develop a deeper understanding of connections, issues and influences across time periods and cultures. Projects and papers assigned will allow students to demonstrate their understanding of these connections, as well as to clearly articulate the characteristics, both culturally and aesthetically, of a particular historical time and place. Students will build and reinforce their familiarity with the vocabulary and media of art and architecture as well as continue to develop their visual analysis and critical thinking skills.
    • This course is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:50-11:30am.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to AHDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Biology

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach the following Biology courses during the Fall 2015 semester:

  • Biology and Society – BI 1010Biology and Society is an exploration of life on Earth with an emphasis on the relationship between science and modern society, including applications to medicine, forensics, agriculture, and popular culture. This course is designed for non-science-major students with little or no college-level science   The course will emphasize student discussions of the social, legal, and ethical implications of advances in modern biotechnology. Laboratory exercises will reinforce concepts learned in lecture through hands-on experimentation. Fulfills the General Education LAS 2130 (LAS 5). Offered every semester.  
    • This course is offered on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9:50 – 11:30am
      • Lab Thursday 1:00 – 3:30pm
      • Lab Thursday 3:31 – 6:00pm
  • General Biology: Biodiversty/Evolution/Ecology w/ LAB – BI 1111 This course module examines the biology, ecology, and evolutionary relationships among living organisms. A survey of lifeforms will include prokaryotes, protists, fungi, plants and animals, using their evolutionary history and examples relevant to humans and society. This course also covers concepts important in community structure and dynamics such as species composition, species interactions, trophic structure, and food chains. In addition, energy flow and chemical cycling will be investigated at the ecosystem level. Laboratory portion includes tree identification, biological diversity, and ecological processes. (Meets the first seven weeks of every fall semester Aug. 31 – Oct. 16). (2 Credits)
    • This course is offered on Tuesdays during the following times:
      • 1:00 – 3:30pm
      • 3:31 – 6:00pm
      • 6:01 – 8:30pm
    • This course is offered during the following days and times:
      • Lecture: 9:20-10:30am (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
      • Lab 1: 1:00-3:30pm (Mondays)
      • Lab 2: 3:31-5:00pm (Mondays)
  • General Biology: Genetics/Plant Biology w/ LAB – BI 1112This general biology course module examines the principles of genetics and plant biology. Genetics topics include structure and function of genes, chromosomes and genomes, recombination and mutation. Plant biology topics include genetics, and structure of stems, roots and leaves as it relates to water transport and photosynthesis. Laboratory work involves plant anatomy and morphology, molecular biology of plants and bioinformatics analyses. (Meets the Second seven weeks of every fall semester Oct. 21 – Dec. 17). (2 Credits)
    • This course is offered on Tuesdays during the following times:
      • 1:00 – 3:30pm
      • 3:31 – 6:00pm
      • 6:01 – 8:30pm
    • This course is offered during the following days and times:
      • Lecture: 9:20-11:30am (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
      • Lab 1: 1:00-3:30pm (Monday)
      • Lab 2: 3:31-5:00pm (Monday)
  • New England Natural History – BI 2070A field and laboratory course emphasizing the diversity of local organisms and their environments. We attempt to cover all major groups (animals, plants and fungi) of both terrestrial and aquatic habitats, in terms of basic structure, relationships, identification, and adaptations. Offered in odd falls. Prerequisite: BI 1111-1112 or ES 1110
    • This course is offered on Monday and Wednesday from 12:00 – 1:10pm and Monday from 1:30-4:30.
  • Advanced Topics: Immunology – BI 3990This course provides an overview of specific and nonspecific immunity, structure and function of immunoglobulins, antibody diversity, T-cell and B- cell differentiation. Additional topics include cell-cell interactions, humoral and cell –mediated immunity, lymphokines, major histo-compatibility complexes, complement, and inflammation. Disorders of the immune system including hypersensitivity, autoimmunity, immunodeficiency, tumor immunology and transplantation immunology are also discussed. Prerequisites: BI 2040 Human Anatomy and Physiology
    • This course is offered Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 – 9:40am
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology I – BI 2030 – This is the first half of an intensive two semester course designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of human anatomy and physiology. This course focuses on the chemical and cellular principles that are essential for the proper understanding of the basic physiological systems in humans. Topics covered include cellular structure and function, cell metabolism, tissue structure and function, musculoskeletal system, and nervous control systems.  (Two sections available)
    • This course is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:20 – 9:40am.
      • This course has a lab offered on Tuesdays from 1:00 – 3:29pm.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to NSSDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Business

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach BU/AC 2210 Financial Accounting during the Fall 2015 semester.  This course is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:50-4:30pm.  This course examines basic concepts and principles of financial accounting. After completing the accounting cycle, emphasis is placed on the recording and reporting of financial information conforming to the generally accepted accounting principles published by the Financial Accounting Standards Board, its predecessors, and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to MANAGEMENTDIVsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.      Top

 

Part-Time Lecturers | Chemistry

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach the following Chemistry courses during the Fall 2015 semester:

  • Introduction to Chemistry 1 – CH 2010This is a course for students who have not previously studied chemistry. Chemical concepts are introduced and applied to the real-world societal problems and issues that have significant chemical content such as the relationship between chemistry and environmental issues concerning air, energy, water and the global climate change as well as biological issues such as genetic engineering, designer drugs and nutrition. Chemistry is a hands-on science and the learning activities are integral part of the course and include experiments during the laboratory period and in class. The course also demonstrates use of library and Internet resources for information gathering for decision-making activities and responsible citizen stewardship of our natural resources. Prerequisites: MT 1020 or MT 1100.
    • This course is offered on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:20 – 10:10am
      • Lab Monday 1:30 – 4:30pm
  • General Chemistry 1 / General Chemistry 1 Lab – CH 2110Fundamental concepts and principles for an understanding of chemical phenomena are discussed. Topics include atomic and molecular structure, periodic properties of elements, stoichiometry, gas laws, thermochemistry, and chemical bonding. Laboratory work consists of experiments which are largely quantitative. Prerequisite: MT 1510.
    • This course if offered on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 – 11:50am
      • Lab Tuesday 1:00 – 3:55pm
      • Lab Tuesday 4:30 – 7:30pm
  • Organic Chemistry 1 – CH 3310A study of carbon compounds by functional groups including the correlation of chemical and physical properties with structure, reaction mechanisms, and methods of synthesis. The laboratory portion emphasizes the microscale techniques. Prerequisite: CH 2120.
    • This course if offered on Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 – 9:40am
      • Lab Thursday 1:00 – 4:00pm

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to NSSDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.     Top

 

 

Part-Time Lecturers | Criminal Justice

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach CJ2110 Criminal Justice Administration during the Fall 2015 semester. This course is an introduction to the theories and practices of public administration, both generally and in criminal justice agencies. Traditional and contemporary organizational theories and public management issues are examined, including administrative accountability, responsibility and values. Prerequisite: CJ1110.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to AHDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.      Top

 

Part-Time Lecturers | Communications

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach CO3260 Radio Programming and Production during the Fall 2015 semester.  This course is offered on Tuesdays from 5-8:30pm.  This course provides an overview of radio as a form of communication, including its history, technology (satellite radio, etc.), cultural impact, FCC regulations, and programming (journalism, public service, etc.). The course also provides hands-on training in the WNEC Studios.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to AHDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

Review of application materials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.      Top

 

Part-Time Lecturers | Computer Information Systems

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach the following Computer Information Systems courses during the second seven weeks of the Fall 2015 semester:

  • MG 5420 – Professional and Organizational Communication: In an IT context, students will examine formal and informal communication focusing on the needs of an IT team and the IT team manager. This course will focus on the skills that are essential for participating in a team, being a project manager, and functioning within an organization. This course will explore leadership styles and their impact on organizations. Topics include: understanding communication styles and preferences, identifying ethical and cross-cultural issues, and preparing for negotiations and sales meetings. This course will facilitate the development of written and oral communication skills. Students will focus on writing in various contexts, including presentations, web based text, and client communication. This sequence is writing-intensive with oral presentations. (This requirement may be waived if students demonstrate competency in the skills and knowledge included in the course sequence).
  • CT 5750 – Web Applications and Web Design: This course provides an introduction to web-based applications development. Topics include the creation of web sites using web development software and the architectural elements of programming web sites that produce dynamic content. Students will gain familiarity with a variety of programming languages and tools, and will learn methods and tools that are used in the process of developing web-based applications.
  • CT 5610 – Database Design: This course introduces database design and creation. Emphasis is on data dictionaries, normalization, data integrity, data modeling, and creation of simple tables, queries, reports, and forms. Students should be able to design and implement normalized database structures by creating database tables, queries, reports, and forms.
  • CT 6670 – Devise and Network Communications: This course undertakes the study of the movement of information (data) from one device to another by means of electrical, optical, radio, or satellite transmission systems. This course will introduce the architecture, concepts, terminology, design, and management issues related to the modern environment of networking and data communications. Various types of networks and communication systems, protocols, regulatory issues, and policies will be explored. Data and network security will be examined.
  • CT 7320 – Data Mining for the Intelligent Business: Business Intelligence depends on the quality of processes and structures for data storage, retrieval, and analysis. In this course, students will study the theory of operational database design and implementation, including concepts of normalization, database queries and database application development. The course will then extend to include the concepts of data mining from the perspective of the web environment, with a particular focus on the quality of data. Students will be encouraged to find the patterns in the data and to prepare reports and presentations describing the implications of their findings.
  • CT 7610 – Database Administration: This course seeks to help students develop database administration skills covering installation, configuration and tuning a database, administering servers and server groups, managing and optimizing schemas, tables, indexes, and views, creating logins, configuring permissions, assigning roles and performing other security tasks, including the design and implementation of backup and recovery strategies as well as maintenance.
  • CT 6110 – IT Project Management: This course is designed to apply the principles and methodologies of project management to plan and manage IT projects. Throughout the course, students use technology applications and address real-world problems. Students will learn the skills necessary to define project scope, create workable project plans, and manage projects with quality, budget, and schedule in mind.
  • CT 6111 – Network Security: Multi-user multi-platform network security is essential. This course examines threats to network security, ways to mitigate these threats, and recovery systems. This course will introduce a wide variety of technical solutions available to network managers. Students will examine policies to increase network security and the implications of those policies.
  • CT 6610 – IT Intelligence and Business Strategy: This course will examine how IT can support and improve the process of strategic planning and designing business strategies. Organizations are undergoing a series of revolutionary changes, including vertical integration, horizontal consolidation, strategic alliances and joint ventures, entrepreneurial startups, and specialized niche networks.  This course will critically examine changes and discuss the various strategic decisions and managerial skills needed to confront them in a variety of firms in organizations, as well as the use of technology in helping managers address these challenges.  The course will also focus on using information technology to craft successful business strategies.

 Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught (Ph.D. preferred)
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to MANAGEMENTDIVsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Instructor | English as a Second Language

Serves as a Part-time Instructor for New England College’s English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs. General duties include providing secondary English speakers and international students with the opportunity to be academically successful and engaged students at New England College.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provide English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction;
  • Develop and provide event programming consistent with the College’s focus on Experiential learning;
  • Work with students who are entering different programs (Undergraduate and MBA) and come from different cultures and different abilities.
  • Create a classroom environment that allows for differentiated instruction, meeting the needs of a range of English abilities.
  • Advise informally New England College’s ESL students, assisting with making connections with their advisor or program director as appropriate.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree (or equivalent) in related field
  • Working with linguistic and culturally diverse audiences;
  • Teaching English as a Second Language;
  • Language pedagogy and teaching methods.
  • Study skills and effective academic achievement strategies, particularly with secondary language speakers.
  • College and university curriculum requirements and policies.
  • Excellent communication skills

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume and list of three references (names and contact information) to: ESLptSearch@nec.edu.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Environmental Science

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach ES 1110 – Environmental Science: A Global Concern during the Fall 2015 semester.  This course is offered Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 – 2:40 pm with Labs on Thursdays from 8:30 – 11:30am and 4:31 – 7:30pm.  This course covers a broad range of current environmental problems including population growth, global climate change, famine and food resources, global warming, and the loss of bio-diversity. The laboratory portion of this course provides students with hands-on, field and laboratory experiences that introduce a variety of methods and techniques used to examine natural communities and air and water quality. Offered every semester. Includes a Lab.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to NSSDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Foreign Languages

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

 New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach the following Foreign Language courses during the Fall 2015 semester on our Henniker campus:

  •  AB 1110 Beginning Arabic I – This course emphasis is on oral practice, review of basic linguistic structure, and reading and writing to develop an active command of the language. Designed for those whose study of Arabic has been interrupted for a significant amount of time and for those who have had only two years of high school Arabic or no previous experience.
  •  MCH 1110 Beginning Mandarin I – This course emphasis is on oral practice and conversational Mandarin. This course will introduce the basic linguistic structure and basic reading and writing to develop strong foundation for the language. Designed for those whose study of Mandarin Chinese has been interrupted for a significant amount of time and for those who have had only two years of high school Mandarin Chinese or no previous experience.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to AHDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | History

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach the following History courses during the Fall 2015 semester:

  • HS 1130 – Evolution of American Democracy: This survey of American history derives its narrative from the perspectives of political thought & process, as well as the concurrent developments in economics and culture. The course begins amidst the turmoil of the early modern Scientific Revolution and the Protestant Reformation and traces the development of the sovereignty of the people from 16th century Europe to the electoral landscape of 21st century America.
    • This course is offered on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:20-10:30am
  • HS1115 – Western Civilization: An introductory survey of European history from ancient time to the recent past, the themes of this course include the development of civilizations, the classical age of Greece & Rome, the Middle Ages, and the development of Europe during the Renaissance, the Reformation, Absolutism, the Scientific Revolution, the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, Industrialization, Romanticism, Nationalism, Imperialism, and global conflicts.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to AHDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Kinesiology

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach the following Kinesiology courses during the Fall 2015 semester:

  • KI4410 Exercise PhysiologyStudents explore the physiological principles related to the development of strength, flexibility and endurance and learn how to most efficiently condition the human body for physical activity. The course integrates athletic, occupational and health-fitness perspectives on training and enables students to critique and design training or exercise programs for varied populations. Students will participate in lab-based activities, designed to illustrate key concepts and provide practice in applying techniques, which integrate exercise physiology principles in simulated and variable movement activities. Prerequisites: BI 2030, Minimum of 60 credits earned.
    • This course is offered on Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:50-10:30am.
  • KI2116 Movement Instruction: Fitness Activities – This skill-based course provides instruction and application of pedagogical principles related to fundamental skill movement s in a variety of fitness based activities. Emphasis is placed on the student’s ability to lead, facilitate, teach, demonstrate, and assess varied exercises and fitness activities  with appropriate progressions and designed for application in settings including physical education, after school, recreation, and youth sports programs.  Significant practice opportunities are provided to students in each course section. Kinesiology majors are required to complete a minimum of two Movement Instruction courses. Prerequisite: KI 2140 .  (2 Credits)
    • This course is offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:40-11:50am.
  • KI2150 Wellness Concepts – This course enables the student to better understand, identify, analyze, and experience the role of wellness from the perspective of personal behaviors and those of a broader community or society. Various components of wellness will be explored and using self-assessments, reflections, and shared discussions, students will identify theoretical and applied knowledge of wellness related to physical activity, nutrition, and fitness and exercise. Students will examine and contrast the components of health related fitness and sport performance fitness. Recommendations for positive health-supportive activities and behaviors as well as strategies for influencing others around these behaviors and consequences will provide students with opportunities to examine individual behaviors and goals. This content will also prepare the kinesiology major and those in other related majors with information and tools to engage in leading, facilitating, teaching, and promoting healthier behaviors in all aspects of wellness.  Students will evaluate their personal movement/fitness based behaviors, and construct a personal action plan for improved wellness.
    • This course is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:50-11:30am.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to EDUCATIONDIVsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Liberal Arts and Science

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach LAS 1110 – The Forest Through The Trees during the Fall 2015 semester.  This course is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:50 – 4:30pm.  Students in this class will learn to become more attentive to the natural world through an examination of forests, particularly the New England forest.  We will explore how humans have interacted with this forested community over the course of history and how, through a multidisciplinary approach, the forest has shaped history, human creative endeavors such as literature and art, and philosophies of nature.  Students will learn how to read the forested landscape and the science of the local forest, its inhabitants and the natural processes that shape this community.  We will also explore and question our own connections to the forest, how society utilizes this community and the importance of natural areas for humankind.

 Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to NSSDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Music

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach MU3070 Private Instruction in Music during the fall 2015 semester.  Private instruction in voice or instruments. May be repeated to an accumulated maximum of 8cr (1credit for each course).

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to AHDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Outdoor Leadership

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach the following Outdoor Leadership courses during the Fall 2015 semester:

  • OE1270 Canoeing and KayakingWhether it be a river, lake, or ocean water travel with canoes and kayaks is exciting. Proper technique and safety skills are a main focus. (1 Credit)
  • OE1290 Mountain BikingThis course is designed to focus on either mountain biking technique or bike touring throughout New England and may include camping skills. (1 Credit)
  • OE1240 Rock ClimbingBasic rock climbing skills and wall management are covered in the course over 3 days in 7 weeks. (1 Credit)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to EDUCATIONDIVsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Politics

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach PO 1110 U.S Politics during the Fall 2015 semester.  This course is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00-2:40pm.  Democracy in the U.S. is evaluated through analyses of the major institutions, processes, and policies of the national government. Power, inequality, political culture, social movements, the Constitution, elections, the role of the media, and the parts played by the President, the bureaucracy, the Congress, and the courts are all considered.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to AHDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Psychology

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach the following Psychology courses during the Fall 2015 semester:

  • Introduction to Psychology – PS 1110An introduction into the study of Psychology from the biological basis of brain development and functions, history and theories that helped to bring the science to where it is now. It includes aspects of human development, cognition, perception, memory, learning, social behavior, abnormal behaviors and treatments. This course will give you a taste of why people are how they are and get you started into investigating more about the science of Psychology.
    • This course is offered on Monday from 5:00 – 8:30pm
  • Human Sexuality – PS 2210This course is a comprehensive overview of the many dimensions of human sexuality. Topics include love and intimacy, gender, sexual arousal and response, sexually-transmitted diseases, sexual expression, sexual coercion, commercial sex, sexual orientation, sexual problems and solutions, conception, pregnancy, and birth control. Students should gain the knowledge necessary to make informed, responsible decisions regarding their own sexuality and sexual behavior. This course contains explicit sexual material.
    • This course is offered on Wednesday from 5:30 – 8:50pm
  • Happiness: Positive Psychology – PS 2250This course takes a different approach to psychology. There are three components: an examination of the scientific research reviewing the strategies, theories, and practice associated with increased happiness; discussions with numerous individuals (religious leaders, life coaches, a director of an amusement park, a clown, etc.) whose occupations intersect with people’s attempts to be happier or more content; and a personal review of what makes each of us happy and how we can, using strategies developed and discussed in the course, become happier and more supportive of those around us. Prerequisite: PS 1110
    • This course is offered on Monday from 1:30 – 5:00pm

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to NSSDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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Part-Time Lecturers | Writing

NOTE: Course offering is contingent on enrollment.

New England College seeks Part-Time Lecturers to teach WR 1010 Composition during the Fall 2015 semester. This course is an evidence based, writing intensive course designed to improve critical thinking, reading, and writing proficiencies through guidance in a variety of academic formats. Students will develop strategies for turning their experience, observations, and analyses into evidence suitable for academic writing. Over the course of the semester, students will build upon their critical thinking skills to learn the processes necessary for gathering and incorporating research material in their writing. With an emphasis on civics and the natural environment, students will learn how to evaluate, cite, and document primary and secondary research sources, as well as how to develop arguments and support them with sound evidence.

  • This course will be offered on the following days and times:
    • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:50 – 4:30pm (2 sections)
    • Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:50 – 10:30am (2 sections)
    • Mondays and Fridays from 8:50 – 10:30am
    • Thursdays from 5:00 – 8:20pm
    • Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:50 – 12:00pm
    • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 – 2:40pm

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Engage all students to facilitate and achieve course learning outcomes
  • Review and grade all work submitted by students and provide timely and substantive feedback
  • Coach struggling students toward success
  • Work with course and other lab instructors

 Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree related to the subject area being taught
  • Proven record of teaching effectiveness
  • Professional experience in respective field (preferred)

To Apply:

Email a cover letter, resume, and names/addresses/telephone numbers of at least three teaching references to AHDIVISIONsearch@nec.edu.  Please include the Course Number/Name in the Subject line of your email.

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