Adjunct Professor Resume

Adjunct professors are hired to fill in the position of professors who have gone on a leave or retired from the job. These professors have less responsibilities as compared to the long-term professors. Since the nature of employment is contractual, there is no encumbrance of administrative and clerical duties like regular professors face. The adjunct professors may teach one or more subject to graduate and undergraduate level students. The main role of these professor is to teach and ensure classes are conducted regularly for students. When performing the job, they have to follow the designed curriculum of the institute. However, they can teach students in any style they are comfortable with. What needs to be taken care by them is that the teaching should be effective and help students in understanding the topics. They may also be called to participate in faculty meeting and provide their opinions on certain topics.

Sample Adjunct Professor Resume

John S. Miller
3232 Doe Meadow Drive
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
Phone: 301-590-5986

Career Objective:

Looking for an adjunct professor position with “Universal University,” to teach criminal justice to students and provide support to the management policies and procedures.

Summary of Skills:

Work Experience:

Adjunct Professor
Global Law Institute, Gaithersburg, MD
October 2014 - Present

Adjunct Professor
Trinity College, Gaithersburg, MD
February 2013 - September 2014



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