Service Period: 3, 6, 9 or 12 months (1 or 2 months for summer quarter only)
Limitations on Appointment: Lecturer, Part-time is an instructional title that may be conferred on persons who have special instructional roles (Faculty Code Section 24-34 B).
Length of Appointment: May be on an annual part-time basis, or quarter-by-quarter up to 100%. Part-time appointment as lecturer is for the period stated in the letter of appointment. (Faculty Code Section 24-41 B).
Pursuant to the Provost’s Guidelines for the Appointment of Full-time Lecturers (September 2016), if appointed on or after September 16, 2016, and appointment renewal on a quarter to quarter basis leads to the equivalent of an annual appointments at 50% or greater, reappointment is limited to three consecutive academic years.
If appointed prior to September 16, 2016 on an annual basis at 50% or greater FTE or on a quarter to quarter basis that has led to the equivalent of annual appointments at 50% or greater FTE , the appointment as Part-time Lecturer (JCC 0185) cannot be extended beyond the 2018-19 academic year, unless an exception is approved.
Required Approvals: Academic Human Resources (AHR) approval not required for appointments limited to one or two quarters.
New Appointment Details
Education requirements are determined at the local level.
A faculty vote is required for appointment. The department faculty, by a majority vote, may delegate to an elected committee of its voting faculty the authority to recommend annual or quarterly appointments without a full faculty vote (Faculty Code Section 24-52 C).
Chair/director’s letter to dean/chancellor recommending appointment, including faculty vote
Dean/chancellor’s letter to the provost recommending appointment, including:
Start date and service period
At least one letter of recommendation (3 preferred)
Renewable appointment – A faculty vote is required for reappointment. The department faculty, by a majority vote, may delegate to an elected committee of its voting faculty the authority to recommend renewal without a full faculty vote (Faculty Code Section 24-53 A).
A faculty member has a professional obligation to give a written notice of resignation at the earliest possible opportunity. Normally such resignations should be given at least three months prior to the termination date, or within 15 days of notification of terms of a reappointment, whichever occurs later, and should ordinarily become effective at the end of an academic year (Faculty Code Section 24-56 A).