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Director of Campaign Communications, University Advancement San Marcos
University Advancement’s Director of Campaign Communications will provide strategic leadership in the planning, development, writing and implementation of campaign related communication and branding materials, working in concert with University Communications.
Lecturer - ANTH 301: Culture & Med Healers (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Anthropology at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach Anthropology 301 Culture and Medical Healers. This course offers a cross-cultural exploration of healers and healing approaches. Examines differences and similarities in the ways that people approach illness and healing by relying heavily on an abundance of examples from various cultures, including that of the United States. Examines illness causation and classification theories, diagnostic practices, therapeutic procedures, preventive care, the assumptions that underlie these concepts and practices, and their relationship to the social, cultural, and technological environments in which they are constructed. Focuses on the role of the healer in the context of culture and examines physicians, shamans, witch doctors, curandero/as, midwives, wise men and women, and other healers. Explores the use of music, botanicals, healing aids, and pharmaceuticals in the healing process. Informed self-reflection and critical analysis of one's own world view assumptions and medical belief system are fundamental objectives of the course.
EDRL 627 - Designing, Developing, and Evaluating Effective Literacy Programs (Spring 2025) San Marcos
The School of Education at California State University San Marcos is currently seeking a part-time lecturer to teach EDRL 627: Designing, Developing, and Evaluating Effective Literacy Programs. This online, asynchronous course will run for an 8-week session from April 2025 to June 2025. This course prepares teachers to evaluate, design, develop and implement reading programs at the school and district level. Prepares teachers for the various roles of teacher and diagnostician, intervention provider, curriculum designer, professional developer, coach/mentor/supervisor, literacy program evaluator, action researcher, and literacy leader, all necessary to become a reading specialist and literacy coach.
Administrative Support Assistant, College of Humanities, Art, Behavioral and Social Sciences San Marcos
Under general supervision and the lead direction of the Administrative Coordinators, Psychology Department Chair, and CHAD Program Director, the incumbent provides office and clerical support for the Psychology Department. Provides information and assistance to current and prospective students regarding Department programs.
Lecturer - ECON 201: Prin of Microeconomics (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Economics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer to teach ECON 201: Principles of Microeconomics for Fall 2024. The course is an introduction to the tools economists use to analyze a wide variety of issues and to gain an understanding of the economic way of thinking. Includes supply and demand, market exchanges, opportunity cost, production possibilities frontier, marginal analysis, consumer choice, firms and markets, externalities, public goods, and cost and production theory. Subject matter also may include issues commonly believed to be outside the economic domain. Illustrates the wide and diverse applicability of economic analysis.
Lecturer - ECON 202: Principles of Macroeconomics (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Economics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer to teach ECON 202: Principles of Macroeconomics for Fall 2024. In this course the economy is the subject of study Includes gross domestic product, inflation, unemployment, interest rates, monetary policy, fiscal policy, budget deficits, trade deficits, international trade, exchange rates, business cycles, expectations, and a comparison of different macroeconomic schools of thought.
Lecturer - MSW 520: Social Welfare Policy (Fall 2024) San Marcos
MSW 520 Social Welfare Policy (3) Examines social welfare policies and services in the United States; diverse social, political, and economic assumptions underlying the social welfare system, including global context; and the role of the social work profession in developing social policy, addressing social problems, and advancing social and economic justice.
Athletics - Assistant Women's Basketball Coach San Marcos
The coaching assistant, who will have the working title of Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach, will assist the head coach with the day-to-day operations of our successful NCAA Division II women’s basketball program.  This includes, but is not limited to, recruiting, preparation for practice and competition scheduling, team travel organization, assisting the head coach with the athletic scholarships process, compliance with all NCAA rules, and student-athlete welfare.  The assistant coach will work with the academic support services staff in fostering academic success for all student-athletes including graduation rates and retention of student-athletes.
Customer Service Representative, Parking and Commuter Services San Marcos
Under general supervision, this position is responsible for providing optimum customer service and lead direction to student assistants at the Parking and Commuter Services (PACS) Administration service center.
Lecturer - ANTH 328: Body and Identity (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Anthropology at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach Anthropology 328: Body and Identity. This course explores the social construction and performances of the body and identity through a cross-cultural look at definitions and meanings of the body, codes inscribed on it by our everyday practices (wearing makeup, working out), and choices of decorative markers (clothing, jewelry, tattoos, piercings). How are gender, race, ethnicity, and power status signaled by the body? How is rebellion enacted through the body? Anthropological perspectives are used to explore how people approach these issues across cultural, economic, political, social, and religious contexts.
Lecturer - AMD 102: The Computer and Visual Arts (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Art, Media, and Design at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach AMD 102: The Computer and Visual Arts. The course meets on Fridays, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. and encompasses both lecture and lab. This studio course introduces the computer as a tool for making art and analyzes the work of contemporary artists utilizing the computer and digital imagery in a variety of formats. Students apply two-dimensional design principles to projects utilizing text and image.
Lecturer - AMD 100: Visual Arts Fundamentals (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Art, Media, and Design at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach AMD 100: Visual Arts Fundamentals. The course meets on Fridays, from 1:30 p.m. to 5:20 p.m. and encompasses both lecture and lab. This studio course is an introduction to the fundamentals of design in the visual arts with a focus on two-dimensional design. Exploration of basic elements of design, such as line, shape, balance, texture, scale, and proportion. Addresses how the fundamentals of design contribute to the overall content and meaning of visual works. Investigates historical and contemporary examples of design in various art forms.
Associate Dean of Students, Student Affairs San Marcos
Under the general supervision of the Associate Vice President & Dean of Students (DOS) at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) the Associate Dean serves a key leadership role in the Dean of Students Office.
Lecturer - AMD 414: Design & Invention (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Art, Media, and Design at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach AMD 414: Design and Invention. The course meets on Wednesdays, from 5:30 to 9:20 p.m. and encompasses both lecture and lab. This course explores methods of creative development for invention and moves from concept to visual design to creation. The focus is on harnessing the imagination as a tool for invention, with design as the conduit for the development and articulation of new concepts. This course incorporates hands-on making and computer technologies and draws on historical and contemporary examples of invention with an emphasis on the interdisciplinary development of ideas. Successful candidates will possess a background in developing strong design concepts and in employing “design thinking” to address challenging problems.
Lecturer - AMD 316: Art, Science and Technology (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Art, Media, and Design at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach AMD 316: Art, Science and Technology. The course meets on Mondays, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. and encompasses both lecture and lab. This studio course focuses on the juncture of art and science in contemporary art practice, investigating the research agenda of various areas of science and the artistic responses to this scientific research. It examines issues around the visual representation of scientific data and explores different approaches, materials, and technologies used by artists today. Students develop projects based on themes including environmental art and science, the body (biology and medicine), and space, time, and light (physics).
Lecturer - ACCT 203: Introduction to Accounting for Managers (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Accounting at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach ACCT 203: Introduction to Accounting for Managers. This course introduces accounting information used by managers in business decision-making. Financial accounting modules introduce how firms use financial statements to communicate financial conditions and results of operations to their stakeholders. Managerial accounting modules address how accountants produce managerial accounting information for internal decision-making.  Also includes environment of financial reporting, internal control systems, analysis of financial statements, alternatives to financial reporting, introduction to tax accounting, and introduction to accounting for not-for-profit and government organizations.
Digital Communications & CRM Specialist, University Communications San Marcos
The Digital Communications & CRM Specialist uses their knowledge and understanding of digital communication and engagement best practices to assist in the design, implementation, configuration and support of digital communications through various communication channels.
Lecturer Pool - Modern Language Studies AY 2024/25 San Marcos
The Department of Modern Language Studies at California State University San Marcos accepts applications on an on-going basis for our pool of part-time lecturers. Salary is commensurate with credential and experience.
Lecturer Pool - Global Studies AY 2024/25 San Marcos
The Department of Global Studies at California State University San Marcos accepts applications on an on-going basis for our pool of part-time lecturers. Salary is commensurate with credential and experience.
Lecturer Pool - Psychiatric/Mental Health AY 2024/25 San Marcos
The School of Nursing at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer to teach a Psych/Mental Health clinical course. Clinical days, hours, and clinical sites vary within San Diego County and Riverside County.

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