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ROC/Inland Empire Adjunct Positions

The University of La Verne is seeking part-time faculty to teach at the Inland Empire Campus in Ontario, and at satellite sites in locations such as Rosemead, Irwindale, San Bernardino, Redlands, Riverside, Corona and Chino. Part-time faculty will teach evening and/or weekend classes for working adults in accelerated ten-week terms

All instructors are required to have a minimum of a master’s degree (doctorate desirable) in a related field, teaching experience, and related professional experience.

Part-time instructors are needed at the undergraduate and graduate levels in a number of academic disciplines that include the following:

  • Accounting, Economics, Ethics, Finance, Law, Marketing, Statistics,
  • Global Business, Organizational, Developmental, and Strategic Management
  • Health Services Management (various areas)
  • Public Administration (various areas)

Educational Studies (elementary teacher preparation) – view Adjunct Faculty Qualification Overview

To be considered for a position, candidates should submit the following documents:

  1. Current resume or CV
  2. Letter of intent that describes interests, qualifications, and teaching philosophy
  3. Transcripts of all post-baccalaureate education (Unofficial transcripts are acceptable initially.)
  4. Two letters of recommendation, preferably from supervisors in academic settings.

Candidates should submit the documents to:

Juli Roberts

Director, Inland Empire and High Desert Regional Campuses

University of La Verne

3237 Guasti Road, Suite 300

Ontario, CA 91761-1245




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