Part Time Faculty in Psychology
University Assistant - Library Curriculum Center
Teaching Assistant - Child and Family Development Resource Center
Part-time positions in Psychology
The Psychology Department at Eastern Connecticut State University invites applications from people who can teach part-time to start as soon as August 2014. We are always looking for individuals who can teach classes in their area of expertise, but are particularly interested in finding people who are qualified to teach Introduction to Psychology, Psychology of Childhood, Statistics, Research Methods, Psychology of Gender, Personality, and Abnormal Psychology. Qualifications are at least a Master’s degree in Psychology and expertise in the teaching areas. Review of materials will begin immediately. Submit letter of interest and curriculum vitae to Jennifer Leszczynski, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Eastern Connecticut State University, 83 Windham Street, Willimantic, CT 06226-2295. If available, please submit teaching evaluations. Please direct questions to Dr. Leszczynski at email@example.com
University Assistant, Library Curriculum Center
Job Description: Curriculum Center University Assistant, Evenings. Part-time, temporary, no benefits. Up to 19 hours per week.
Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Curriculum Center Librarian, the University Assistant will perform some or all of the following duties:
- Supervise student workers
- Assist patrons in selecting and finding materials and recommend materials in all formats through CONSULS and LibGuide.
- Monitor Center’s Computer Lab and assist with materials preparation and marketing for workshops
- Support grant research, applications and implementation and reporting activities
- Provide general assistance to patrons in operating library equipment, microform readers, copiers, printers, computer equipment, interactive Smart Board, and reports problems to center’s librarian and director’s office
- Delegate assignments to student assistants such as shelf reading by specific area
- Complete curriculum projects as assigned by librarian and support staff
- Other duties as assigned
The University Assistant must be able to: provide effective library services to students, faculty, and the general public; perform public services work with a diverse population of students, faculty and staff members, and community library users; work under stress, with courtesy, calmness and good judgment; work creatively and collaboratively in a team environment with other library staff, as well as independently in an emergency staffing situation; work evening hours with great dependability. BA degree required. Competence with current computer technologies including Internet, email, MS Word.
A preferred applicant for the position of Curriculum Center University Assistant would have the following: Experience using curriculum materials to create lessons. Experience using Microsoft products to create educational materials. Knowledge of technology and tools used to collaborate, teach, create, and share. Internet searching skills, grant writing ability. Experience with various types of library equipment (printers, copiers, microform readers, etc.)
To APPLY: send letter of application, resume, and three recent signed letters of reference to: Patricia S. Banach, Director of Library Services (firstname.lastname@example.org), J. Eugene Smith Library, Eastern Connecticut State University, 83 Windham Street, Willimantic, CT 06226. Screening begins immediately and will continue until position filled.
Child and Family Development Resource Center Teacher Assistant (University Assistant)
The Child and Family Development Resource Center (CFDRC) at Eastern Connecticut State University is a state-of-the-art, community-based child learning center and research facility. The NAEYC-accredited CFDRC is seeking a highly talented and motivated University Assistant (UA) for part-time employment. University Assistants work 19 hours per week in collaboration with a classroom team to model high standards in teaching, planning, curriculum, and assessment. As part of the Center’s mission of continuing research in early childhood education, UAs participate in research projects under the guidance of ECSU faculty. The successful candidate will possess a minimum of a CDA credential, 12-15 academic credits in early childhood education, and one to two years successful experience working with young children. Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to Niloufar Rezai at email@example.com.