Continuing and Professional Education (CAPE) – Adjunct Opportunities

CAPE delivers specialized training programs to businesses and community partners and often needs content experts. CAPE offers non-degree courses, workshops and other trainings. ION eLearning programs are 4 or 8-week asynchronous courses that are instructor led. Read more about Continuing and Professional Development (CAPE) and the ION online learning programs at UIS.

Adjunct opportunities: Continuing and Professional Education routinely seeks competent, qualified professionals to teach on a per-course (adjunct) basis based on course offerings and need.

Position Requirements:

  • Previous experience teaching in a hybrid and/or fully online classroom at the collegiate level is required for ALL ION classes.
  • Experience leveraging educational technology tools and learning management systems is required for all ION Technology courses. All CAPE faculty have to be subject matter experts in the field for which they will be hired.
  • All applicants for the ION program must have demonstrated experience in teaching (minimum of 3 years) and/or administering (minimum of 2 years) in online programs in a higher education setting.
  • Must be a subject matter expert in the area for which you are applying.
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver content that is student-centered and actively engages students with diverse interests and needs.
  • Knowledge of career, professional development, experiential learning, workplace trends, and/or service learning best practices.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree
  • Additional certifications/credentials held in area for which you are applying.

Link to Adjunct Application FAQs

Application Part 1: Upload required CAPE/ION adjunct application materials (please name documents as last name-first name-document type; example: Garcia-Amy-coverletter).

  • Cover letter
  • CV/Resume highlighting employment expertise
  • Unofficial transcript(s)

Application Part 2: Submit optional EEO form

The program will follow up with applicants whose credentials and experience appear to be a match with their current needs; they may not have an opportunity to acknowledge all applications.