Continuing Open Recruitment for AY2023-2024 and Summer 2024
Environmental Resources Training Center (ERTC)
The Environmental Resources Training Center (ERTC) is accepting resume packages for Adjunct Lecturer positions for the 2023-2024 academic year. This listing does not represent an actual vacancy; rather open recruitment allows interested persons to submit materials for future vacancies within the ERTC.
The Adjunct Lecturer will teach the ERTC’s on-campus or off-campus, non-credit evening courses or workshops in water supply and wastewater treatment facility operations, maintenance, management, laboratory procedures, or cross-connection control. ERTC will make individual appointments to teach on a course-by-course basis selecting the best person(s) qualified to teach courses in their specialty. The Adjunct Lecturer may also be utilized and participate in on-going special projects. All qualified applicants will constitute a pool from which appointments will be made on an as-needed basis.
The ERTC mission is to equip students with the job skills and resources needed to thrive in the industry, thereby creating a competent workforce. The training center offers specialized courses for both entry-level personnel who are preparing for a career in drinking water and wastewater treatment systems, and those already employed in such systems seeking additional education to upgrade job skills, obtain advanced certification levels, and prepare for more responsible positions. In addition, ERTC offers courses for licensed plumbers in cross-connection control or backflow prevention. For more information on the ERTC, visit: https://www.siue.edu/ertc/
For Wastewater or Water training, instructor must hold certification as Illinois Class 1 Wastewater Treatment Operator or Illinois Class A Water Supply Operator. For Cross Connection Control training, instructor must be a licensed plumber. Instructor or special project staff needs an AAS degree or the equivalent in training and expertise. Demonstrated desire and ability to teach occupational skills courses are essential. Teaching experience in community college or similar program or equivalent documented experience teaching occupational-technical programs is preferred.
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Terms of Appointment
Course by course or project-by-project basis, non-bargaining, term appointment beginning July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024.
Source of Funds
Commensurate with credentials and experience. For more information about employment benefits and policies, visit: Faculty Employment Benefits
Candidates should submit a letter of application, resume, academic transcripts, and references to:
Matthew Maas, Director
Environmental Resources Training Center
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Campus Box 1075
Edwardsville, IL 62026-1075
Application packets may also be emailed (in pdf format) to: email@example.com
Applications must be received 30 days prior to start of the semester to be considered for appointments to teach. Appointments will continue until all open positions are filled.
SIUE is a state university - benefits under state sponsored plans may not be available to holders of F1 or J1 visas. Applicants will be subject to a background check prior to an offer of employment. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination against employees, applicants for employment and students on the basis of age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran's status.
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Dual Career Support for New Faculty
The Career Development Center has partnered with SIUE's Toward an Inclusive Model of Excellence project to provide a variety of career services and resources to partners of new faculty who have relocated to the Greater St. Louis area. Support for this initiative was provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF) through Award 1936141. Outlined below is a specific list of career services and resources available to help you on your career journey. Individuals are eligible to receive a maximum of three, one-hour appointments. Visit them online at: https://www.siue.edu/career-development-center/faculty/NSF-Advance-GrantLanding.shtml
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