Adjunct (All ranks)
The Department of Computer Science at Manhattan College is looking to fill adjunct positions to teach several undergraduate and graduate level courses for Spring 2022. Spring classes begin January 19, 2022.
- Computer Science I (Introductory course on basic concepts of programming, intro to C++ - loops, conditional statements, input/output) 1 section
- Computing applications for life science (introduction to statistics and statistical analysis of data in MS Excel, computer representations of growth and decay models, linear, exponential and logarithmic regression; statistical functions and probability distributions, matrices) 2 sections
- Discrete Structures 1 section
- Databases 1 section
- Operating Systems 1 section
A graduate course:
- Data Mining 1 section
Requirements for candidates:
The minimum qualification for undergraduate level teaching is an MS in Computer Science or a related field. Desired qualifications include teaching experience in higher education (specifically experience in teaching courses, which a candidate is planning to teach) or work experience in related industry.
The minimum qualification for graduate level teaching is PhD in Computer Science or a related field or MS degree in Computer Science and substantial teaching experience (specifically experience in teaching courses, which a candidate is planning to teach) or substantial industrial experience.
The adjunct pay rates are:
For an undergraduate 3-credit section:
Instructor (no PhD) $ 3,603.11
Adjunct Assistant Professor (PhD) $ 3,722.57
Adjunct Associate Professor (PhD) $ 3,843.04
Adjunct Professor (PhD) $ 3,963.52
For a Graduate 3-credit section
Instructor (no PhD) $ 4,803.81
Adjunct Assistant Professor (PhD) $ 4,964.10
Adjunct Associate Professor (PhD) $ 5,124.40
Adjunct Professor (PhD) $ 5,284.70
Applications (in a single pdf file) should include a cover letter, and a curriculum vitae.
Candidates should clearly indicate section(s) from the list above, which they are planning to teach.
One adjunct can teach up to 3 sections/semester.
Candidates are expected to have an authorization to work in the United States at this time or will have it when the position begins.
All applications must be submitted through the Manhattan College online application system.
Any inquiries regarding this position should be addressed to Dr. Igor Aizenberg,
Chair of the Computer Science Department, at
Manhattan College is an independent Catholic coeducational institution in the Lasallian tradition. We expect our faculty, administration, and staff to be knowledgeable about our mission and to make a positive contribution to the mission. Applicants from historically under-represented segments of the population are encouraged to apply. We are committed to a diverse campus community. AA/EO Employer M/F/D/V