The Evergreen State College Summer School (Master of Public Administration) 2019 Adjunct Pool in Olympia, Washington

Position Information Position Title Summer School (Master of Public Administration) 2019 Adjunct Pool Job Summary The Evergreen State College seeks to create a pool of adjunct faculty able to teach Master of Public Administration (MPA) electives on the Olympia campus during Summer quarter 2019. Offerings in our summer curriculum are typically 2 or 4 quarter hours. Areas of interest to the MPA Program include but are not limited to: * Grant writing * Non-profit administration * Indigenous Research Methods * Sustainability/Environmental Studies * Public Speaking These are adjunct faculty positions and are not eligible for continuing appointment. All requirements for these positions must be completed at the time of hire. Salary for all positions is based on experience and degrees (see for more information). We do not offer relocation expenses for our adjunct faculty positions. Please review our website to learn more about Evergreen ( and our MPA Program ( The College reserves the right to extend searches or not offer positions advertised. As a condition of employment, persons hired must provide proof of identity and employment eligibility within three (3) days of beginning work. All position offers are contingent on funding. Persons with disabilities can receive accommodations in the hiring process by contacting the Faculty Hiring Coordinator. The Evergreen State College is an equal opportunity employer. Per the Collective Bargaining Agreement 29.3.2, summer faculty positions are filled first by regular continuing Evergreen faculty, current Evergreen adjunct faculty, and then community members. Job Expectations Faculty are generally responsible for evaluating 15-25 students per MPA elective, per quarter. Faculty are also responsible for advising students in their respective area(s) of expertise regarding skill development and career opportunities and possibilities. Our students, faculty and staff create learning communities to explore and implement socially just, democratic public service. We teach our students to think critically and creatively, communicate effectively, work collaboratively, value diversity and equity, and advocate on behalf of the public. We imagine and explore new possibilities in order to accomplish positive change in our workplaces and in our communities. A complete list of faculty responsibilities can be found in the Collective Bargaining Agreement.