Chicana-Chicano Studies

CSUN Chicana/o Studies Department Lecturer Employment Opportunities

CHS Lecturer Employment Opportunities (AY 2022-23)

We are currently accepting application material for the Lecturer Pools listed below.
NOTE: All part-time faculty appointments are temporary and do not confer academic rank. Final determination of part-time teaching assignments is contingent upon student enrollment figures and funding. Working in the State of California is a condition of employment.

Application Process

Applicants must submit a current resume and a cover letter which describes their contributions to diversity and designates specific courses or areas they are interested in teaching and, whenever possible, times available for teaching assignments.  The resume should include educational background, prior teaching experience, evidence of scholarship, and/or related professional experience. Application material should be submitted to the address in the section below. In later phases of the search process, applicants may be requested to provide verification of terminal degrees, licenses, and certificates.

Application Deadlines:

For AY 2022-2023: April 4, 2022   /    For Spring Semester 2023 ONLY: November 7, 2022

Inquiries and applications should be addressed to:

Rosa RiVera Furumoto, Department Chair
Department of Chicana/o Studies
18111 Nordhoff Street
Northridge, CA  91330-8246
chicanostudies@csun.edu

General Information:

In compliance with the Annual Security Report & Fire Safety Report of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, California State University, Northridge has made crime-reporting statistics available on-line (.pdf). Print copies are available by request from the Department of Police Services, the Office of Faculty Affairs, and the Office of Equity and Diversity.

The person holding this position may be considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.

A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position. Please note that working in the state of California is a condition of employment.

CSU requires faculty, staff, and students who are accessing campus facilities to be immunized against COVID-19 or declare a medical or religious exemption from doing so. Any candidates advanced in a currently open search process should be prepared to comply with this requirement. To learn more, visit our Matadors Forward site: https://www.csun.edu/matadors-forward/faculty-and-staff-guidelines.

CSUN is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, and disability. Our non-discrimination policy is set forth in CSU Executive Order 1096. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose by contacting the Department of Chicana/o Studies at (818) 677-2734.

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Alternative Media (writing, designing, and publishing
    alternative newspapers)
    (CHS 390)

  • Chicanas/o in the Media
    (CHS 405)

  • The Chicana/o in Films
    (CHS 306)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field such as English, Journalism, Media Studies in highly desired.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree such as MFA in Creative Writing or Screenwriting is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is strongly desired.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Chicana/o and the Arts
    (CHS 111)

  • Guitar and Regional Music of the Southwest
    (CHS 214)

  • Regional Music of Mexico
    (CHS 310)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field OR professional experience and achievement in the field listed is required.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Chicana/o and the Arts - EOP
    (CHS 111 EOP)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
    Experience teaching in CSUN Summer Bridge EOP.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work within a team and support larger EOP Program objectives.
  5. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first-generation college students.
  6. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  7. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary
Range
  • Chicana/o Art Studio in Painting
    (CHS 409)
  1. Master’s of Fine Arts (MFA) Degree in drawing/ painting or related field. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first-generation college students. 
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Chicana/o Culture
    (CHS 100)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is strongly desired.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Chicana/o Culture - EOP
    (CHS 100 EOP)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is strongly desired.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
    Experience teaching in CSUN Summer Bridge EOP.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work within a team and support larger EOP Program objectives.
  5. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first-generation college students.
  6. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  7. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • The Chicana/o Adolescent
    (CHS 431)

  • The Chicana/o Child
    (CHS 430)

  • Chicana/o / Mexicana/o Family  (CHS 471)

  • Counseling the Chicana/o Child
    (CHS 432)

  • Cultural Differences and the Chicana/o
    (CHS 470)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field such as Counseling, Psychology, or Child Adolescent Development is strongly desired.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is strongly desired.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Chicana/o in the U.S. Economy
    (CHS 420)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is strongly desired.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area and knowledge of how the course content connects to the California social studies/history content standard is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Chicana/o-Latina/o Children's Literature in Communities
    (CHS 480/F)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field such as Chicana/o-Latina/o Children's Literature, K-8th grade Education Credential, and Chicana/o Literature OR professional experience and achievement in schools, organizations, and agencies using Chicana/o-Latina/o children's literature is highly desired.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Experience in teaching or working with K-8th grade children and families is preferred.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Chicana/o Literature
    (CHS 380)

  • Contemporary Chicana Literature
    (CHS 381)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is strongly desired.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Composition / Rhetoric

    CHS 113 (2 semester sequence
    of first year "stretch" 
    composition
    with supplemental instructions Leaders
    )

    CHS 114 (2 semester sequence
    of first year "stretch" composition
    )

    CHS 115 (1 semester of
    first-year composition
    )
  1. Master's Degree Composition/Rhetoric or related field is highly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is strongly desired.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Composition / Rhetoric - EOP

    CHS 113 (2 semester sequence
    of first year "stretch" 
    composition with supplemental instructions Leaders)

    CHS 114 (2 semester sequence
    of first year "stretch" 
    composition)

    CHS 115 (1 semester of first-year composition)
  1. Master's Degree in Composition/Rhetoric or related field is highly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is strongly desired.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
    Experience teaching in CSUN Summer Bridge EOP.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work within a team and support larger EOP Program objectives.
  5. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first-generation college students.
  6. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  7. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Constitutional Issues and the Chicana/o
    (CHS 260)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including knowledge of Critical Race Theory, especially LatCrit is strongly desired.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Contemporary Issues of the Chicana
  • (CHS 246)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including feminist analysis, contemporary issues, and social change relevant to Chicanas is strongly desired.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Creative Writing
    (CHS 280/SL)
  1. Master's Degree in English or Comparative Literature  OR MFA in Creative Writing or Screenwriting is strongly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Experience teaching creative writing is preferred.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Current Educational
    Theories of Chicanas/os in the Schools
    (CHS 434)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is strongly desired.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Dance of Mexico I, II & Lab
    (CHS 414/L)
    (CHS 415/L)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field OR professional experience and demonstrated knowledge of Mexican Folklórico is strongly desired.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or Specialization
Qualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary
Range
  • Day of the Dead
    (Día de los Muertos): Chicana/o Perspective
    on Death, Spirituality,
    and the Art
    (CHS 308D/DL)
  1. Master’s Degree in a related field OR professional experience and demonstrated knowledge of Día de los Muertos arts and traditions is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first-generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Developing English Vocabulary
    (CHS 495S)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field OR professional experience in the field listed is desired.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including Classical Latin and Knowledge of Classical Greek is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience in vocabulary building using Latin and Greek roots.  Experience with students whose heritage language is Spanish preferred.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Environmental
    Justice and Chicana/o Communities
    (CHS 467)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is strongly desired.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including knowledge of environmental justice and climate justice issues in Chicano/Latino communities is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Equity and Diversity in School
    (CHS 417)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field and/or a California Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential or equivalent is strongly desired. Knowledge and training in anti-racist pedagogy is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Minimum of 3 years successful K-8 teaching experience in a diverse classroom setting is preferred.
  3. Demonstrated strong background in critical inquiry and pedagogy, and curriculum appropriate to culturally and linguistically diverse learners.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Field Work in Barrio Studies
    (CHS 270F/SOC)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field OR professional experience and achievement in organizations and agencies based in the Chicano community is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Field Work in Barrio Studies EOP
    (CHS 270FOP &
     CHS 270SOP)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
    Experience teaching in CSUN Summer Bridge EOP.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work within a team and support larger EOP Program objectives.
  5. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  6. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  7. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Freshman Speech Communication
    (CHS 151)
  1. Master's Degree in Communication Studies or related field is strongly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Strong record of teaching public speaking to undergraduate is preferred.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Freshman Speech Communication - EOP
    (CHS 151 EOP)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
    Experience teaching in CSUN Summer Bridge EOP.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work within a team and support larger EOP Program objectives.
  5. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first-generation college students.
  6. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  7. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Healing Traditions in Chicana/o
    Communities
    (CHS 476)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required.
    Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including:
  3. Knowledge and experience in Mexican-Indigenous healing practices and their application today; and
  4. Knowledge of local community-based healers; Chicana/x decolonized spirituality and current relevant literature.
  5. Relevant teaching experience and demonstrated ability to work with students on issues of historical trauma, and marginalization from religious institutions.
  6. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  7. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  8. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • History of the Americas
    (CHS 245)

  • History of the Chicano
    (CHS 445)
  1. Master's Degree in Chicana/o Studies, History or in a related field is strongly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including historical methods is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • History of the Chicana/Mexicana
    (CHS 346)
  1. Master's Degree in Chicana/o Studies, Gender Studies, Women's History or in a related field is highly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including the history of women in Mexico and of Chicanas is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • History of the Mexican Peoples
    (CHS 345)
  1. Master's Degree in Chicana/o Studies, History or in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including historical methods is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Introduction to Classical Nahuatl
    (CHS 486A)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field OR professional experience in the field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including Classical Nahuatl reflected in codices is preferred.
  3. Demonstrated methodical approach to teaching Classical Nahuatl reflected in codices is highly desired.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Introduction to Research Methods in Chicana/o Studies
    (CHS 230)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Language Acquisition of the Chicnaa/o & ESL
    (CHS 433)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field and/or a California State Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential (Spanish Bilingual Certification) or equivalent is strongly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge and training in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience including K-12 teaching experience in diverse classroom settings is preferred.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Language of the Barrio
    (CHS 482)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field OR professional experience in the field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Knowledge of the history of the Spanish language with a focus on Mexican Spanish is highly desired.
  3. Native familiarity with standard and nonstandard Mexican Spanish, slang, and profanity; code switching and pochismos among Chicanas and Chicanos is highly desired.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Language & Society: Chicana/os
    & Other Language
    Minority Children
    (CHS 333)
  1. Master's Degree in Linguistics or a related field is highly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge and training in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Experience teaching sociolinguistics or related field (e.g., language contact and change, language variation, linguistic anthropology) is strongly desired.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Political Organizations and Social Movements of the Barrio
    (CHS 360)

  • Politics of the Chicano
    (CHS 460)

  • Theory and the Chicano Experience
    (CHS 453)
  1. Master's Degree in Political Science or a related field is strongly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Pre-Cuauhtemoc
    Meso-American
    Civilizations
    (CHS 401)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field OR professional experience in the field listed is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated general knowledge of Mesoamerican chronology, civilization hallmarks, societies, and archaeological sites. 
  3. Demonstrated knowledge of Nahuatl culture and thought rooted in a study of primary indigenous sources.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

 

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Race, Racism, and Critical Thinking
    (CHS 202)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Training in rhetoric and critical thinking are strongly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Race, Racism, and Critical Thinking - EOP
    (CHS 202 EOP)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
    Experience teaching in CSUN Summer Bridge EOP.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work within a team and support larger EOP Program objectives.
  5. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first-generation college students.
  6. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  7. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Race, Racism, and the Sciences
    (CHS 261)
  1. Master's Degree in Chicana/o Studies or a related discipline in social sciences and/or humanities is strongly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including critical science studies, critical thinking and introduction to information competency is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Religions and Spiritualities
    in Chicana/o Communities
    (CHS 350)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field such as Religious Studies, Theology, or Chicana/o Studies with an emphasis on religion and/or ministerial experience in a Chicanx/Latinx church community is strongly desired.  Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Relevant teaching experience.
  3. Knowledge of the history of religion among Chicanx/Latinx in the U.S.; the contemporary shifts in Chicanx/Latinx religious thought and practice and Latinx religious diversity, including Xicanx Indigenous spirituality.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Senior Seminar in Chicana/o Studies
    (CHS 497)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Spanish for Chicanos I
    (CHS 101)
  1. Master's Degree in Spanish or Spanish/Hispanic Linguistics is highly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Training and/or experience in Heritage Language (HL) pedagogy is preferred.
  3. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  4. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  5. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Survey of Mexican Literature in Translation
    (CHS 201)

  • Survey of Mexican Philosophical Thought
    (CHS 351)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field such as Mexican Studies or Latin American Studies is strongly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including Mexican philosophy is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • The Chicana/o and the Social Institutions
    (CHS 473)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge of social institutions as they relate to Chicana/o communities is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Third World Women and the Chicana
    (CHS 365)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including social change relevant to Chicanas and women of color in the U.S. and internationally is strongly desired. A feminist analysis is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience in Chicana/o Studies and/or Women's Studies courses with specialization in feminist theories and women of color feminisms is preferred.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Urbanization and the Chicana/o
    (CHS 361)
  1. Master's Degree in Chicana/o Studies or related discipline in social sciences and/or humanities is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • Women in Latin America
    (CHS 366)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field such as Chicana/o Studies, History, Indigenous Studies, Gender Women Studies is strongly desired. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge of feminist analysis and social change relevant to Chicanas and women of color in the U.S. and in Latin America is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience in Chicana/o Studies and/or Women's Studies courses with specialization in feminist theories and women of color feminisms is preferred.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]

Courses or SpecializationQualifications and ResponsibilitiesCurrent Salary Range
  • World Migration and the Chicana/o
    (CHS 364)
  1. Master's Degree in a related field is required. Ph.D. or Terminal Degree is preferred.
  2. Demonstrated knowledge in the course subject area including knowledge of Critical Immigration Studies is preferred.
  3. Relevant teaching experience.
  4. Demonstrated ability and commitment to work with a diverse student population and first generation college students.
  5. Lecturer is responsible for 1-3 scheduled office hours proportional to the number of units assigned.
  6. Lecturer is expected to participate in assessment activities as part of the course requirements.

Base Rate: $4229 - $6335 / month

[From $845 to $1267 per course per month
(for a six-month pay-period)]