SANTA CLARA, CA - The Department of Art and Art History at Santa Clara University is seeking experienced woodworkers and metal fabricators to teach six courses annually in a three-year, studio arts adjunct lecturer position.
Qualified candidates for the sculpture adjunct lecturer position should have demonstrated ability in teaching woodworking, mold making, welding and metal fabrication.
The adjunct lecturer will teach two classes per 11-week quarter, totaling six courses per academic year. Compensation for the position is $42,000 - $44,000, depending on prior teaching experience. Benefits are available.
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