Associate Chairperson, English Department - Previous applicants need not re-apply

Job Type

Full Time




2600 Woodbridge Avenue
PO Box 3050
United States


SALARY:$65,062.00 Annually 

CLOSING DATE:10/22/18 11:59 PM


UNIT:              Administrative

DEPARTMENT:             English

REPORTS TO:         Department Chair, English


1.  Under the direction and supervision of the department chair, identifies and recruits

    new adjunct faculty and oversees adjunct faculty development; evaluates and

    mentors adjunct faculty.

2.  Provides departmental services to students, including advising students regarding

   coursework, approving student course schedules, program changes, and course

    substitutions; resolving student conflict issues; and participation in student

    recruitment activities with department chair and Admissions staff.

3.  Oversees the development of curriculum materials (including syllabi, supplements,

    course outlines, abstracts, etc.) that follow college governance protocols and

    department protocols.

4.  Guides efforts to integrate technology into composition courses.

5.  In collaboration with the chair of the department, serves on Writing Center

    committees and works closely with Writing Center staff/tutors to help provide training

    in appropriate writing and tutoring techniques.

6.  Assists the department chair in scheduling courses.

7.  Assists the department chair with supervision of support staff.

8.  Assists in the development and implementation of departmental and divisional

    assessment activities, including course and program assessment.

9.  Assists in research projects and grant writing.

10. Assists the department chair in planning, implementing, and monitoring departmental

    operating and capital budgets.

11. Participates in the development, achievement and evaluation of strategic plans and

    procedures for the department.

12. Serves on departmental, divisional and campus-wide committees and initiatives,

    including Division Council, College Assembly, and other college-wide committees.

13. Performs other appropriate duties, as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:• Master's Degree in English, Composition and Rhetoric, or Comparative Literature

• Three years teaching experience at the college level

• One year administrative or leadership experience

• Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills



SCHEDULE:       Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

RETIREMENT:      Pension Eligible

Any Middlesex County College employee hired after September 1, 2011 will have to meet the New Jersey residency law requirement.

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement