Open date: October 9th, 2021
Next review date: Wednesday, Oct 20, 2021 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time)
Apply by this date to ensure full consideration by the committee.
Final date: Monday, Nov 8, 2021 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time)
Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.
The UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment seeks applicants for a part-time, non-tenure track lecturer position during the 2021-22 academic year for the following potential course:
Spring 2022: April 1-June 30th - LBR STD M115: We Gone Be Alright: Developing the Next Generation of Black Organizers
Applications will be kept on file for consideration of any openings that may occur throughout the year. Responsibilities will include lecturing, conducting regularly scheduled office hours, and the writing and grading of assignments and exams. Must be able to teach in the classroom and/or online.
Ph.D. or terminal degree preferred, but not required. Applicants who are advanced to Ph.D. candidacy or who have a M.A., MF.A., or equivalent may be considered (currently enrolled UC students are not considered). Priority will be given to candidates with a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching Labor Studies, African American Studies or proven industry expertise in labor (with a focus on Black workers, African American working-class social-political movements, or the intersectional analysis of class, gender, race, ethnicity and/or sexuality in the African-American, Caribbean and African Diaspora community). Please indicate your areas of specialization.
Terms and conditions of employment are subject to UC policy and any appropriate collective bargaining agreement. Salary based on qualifications.
This is an ongoing search and applications will be considered for the 2020-2021 academic year on a rolling basis, as dictated by departmental needs.
UCLA is the top ranked public research university in the U.S. with a diverse student population in one of the more diverse cities in the nation; we particularly seek candidates who have taught similarly diverse students in a major research university.
Ph.D. or terminal degree preferred, but not required. Applicants who are advanced to Ph.D. candidacy or who have a M.A., MF.A., or equivalent may be considered (currently enrolled UC students are not considered). Priority will be given to candidates with a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching Labor Studies, research methodology, or proven industry expertise in labor.
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