The Alabama School of Math and Science seeks an adjunct French instructor to teach one class each term, starting with second term this year and continuing for a total of three classes per year (ASMS is on an 11-week trimester system). This position has the potential for growth. The adjunct will teach highly motivated high school students in an advanced college prep program at the upper level four times a week from 10 am to 11 am. Adjunct salary is $2200 per class. Master’s degree or Ph.D. and teaching experience required. Email resume by Nov. 1, 2018, to email@example.com.
Adjunct French Instructor
Dorm Hall Advisor
The Alabama School of Math and Science, a public residential school serving talented students from the state, is seeking Residential Hall Advisors for the boys’ and girls’ dorm. Duties: implementing the mission, goals, and policies of ASMS, student developmental programming, organizing floor activities, maintaining order in dorms, responding to and implementing disciplinary processes, providing basic counseling, advising students, and managing school after hours. Must adopt a lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Requirements: BA, valid and violation free Alabama driver’s license, and background check. $23,000 annual and state benefits package. Room, utilities, cable, internet, and meals included. Send resume to Johnnie Williams.
Dorm Residential Assistant
The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, a public residential school serving talented students from the state, is seeking Residential Assistants for the boys’ and girls’ dorm. Duties: work with Hall Advisors, implement the mission, goals, and policies of ASMS, chaperone activities, drive students to activities off campus, supervise library, and manage reception desk. Must adopt a lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Requirements: min. 2 years college or currently pursuing a degree, valid and violation free Ala. driver’s license, and background check. Monthly salary paid every 2 weeks. Room, utilities, cable, internet, and meals included. Send resume to Johnnie Williams.
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