Adjunct Professor – History
Applications are at this moment invited from interested members of the public who are qualified to teach online courses in History.
Charisma University Faculty Role in Online Classroom
Charisma University promotes a student-centered online education, deviating away from traditional education, which is professor-centered. In addition to their role shifting, the role of our faculty is to choose and filter information for online students’ consideration. In the online classroom, the faculty provides thought-provoking questions and also facilitates well-considered discussions. Higher education institutions have for centuries maintained a tradition of objectivity and integrity. Charisma University is very pleased with the overall support given by our administrators, faculty, staff, students, and volunteers in upholding this tradition and wants to ensure that the highest level of integrity in all academic activities is continued. Faculty members at Charisma University make creative and intellectual contributions through the scholarship of discovery and application, within and across disciplines. They disseminate their work through many channels respected in their disciplines and beyond the academe, secure funding for their academic endeavors through disciplinary opportunities and organizations, and mentor students in the scholarly experience.
Faculty Recruitment, Development, and Evaluation
Charisma University only considers qualified candidates. We consider those who have a minimum of Master’s degree for teaching undergraduate and Master’s degree courses; we consider those who have Doctorate for teaching doctorate courses. All degrees must have been earned from accredited Universities/Colleges. Applicant must have a minimum of 1-3 years related experience. For those potential candidates who obtain a position, the University provides attractive faculty development. The University offers a competitive salary. As a professor, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that many students are benefitted by your experience and wisdom. Also, by reading various texts, developing course materials, participating in class discussions, and reviewing students’ research papers, you expand your depth of knowledge. All faculty members at Charisma University who are not on leave are evaluated annually. One of the primary goals is to review accomplishments as compared to the previously set specific objectives for and by the faculty member and the department head consistent with departmental bylaws, the Manual for Faculty Evaluation, and the Faculty Handbook. Another goal of such evaluation is to create new objectives for the future using clearly understood standards consistent with departmental bylaws, the Manual for Faculty Evaluation, and the Faculty Handbook. The evaluation aims to provide the needed support to achieve these objectives and also to recognize and reward faculty members for their outstanding performances.
How to Apply for this Position:
Interested applicant should submit his/her resumes/CV, Teaching Philosophy and Statement of interest to
*Applications will be accepted until this position is closed.