Rasmussen College is a higher learning organization that embodies an entrepreneurial spirit of passion and innovation while offering the security and benefits of an established institution with more than 110 years of history. Our team is made up of individuals who are driven to make a difference in the lives of our students while enhancing their own professional goals.
We are currently seeking dedicated professionals to add to our team. If you are a passionate and motivated individual who is interested in an innovative, team‐oriented culture, please take a look at our current openings. Positions are available at our campuses in Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, North Dakota, Kansas, and Wisconsin as well as at our central offices in Chicago, Orlando, and the Twin Cities.
We are currently seeking dedicated professionals to add to our team full-time. If you share our commitment to higher education and are a passionate and motivated professional who is interested in being a key contributor to an innovative, team-oriented culture, we encourage you to view our current openings and complete an online application form.
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At Rasmussen College, we understand that a strong academic foundation is integral to student success, and we are currently seeking dedicated professionals who can utilize their academic and professional experience to support a positive, constructive learning environment for our students as adjunct faculty.
If you are interested in joining a dynamic team, please view our current openings.
Adjunct Job Responsibility Overview:
Rasmussen College Adjunct faculty members are primarily responsible for teaching assigned classes. They are contracted quarterly and may teach up to 3 classes per quarter. They are directly responsible to the Academic Dean and need to be responsive to students.
Classroom and Student Advisement
Professional Development and Campus Culture:
Yes, we are always looking to take our high-performing adjuncts and hire them on as full-time employees. Rasmussen College offers many full-time faculty positions both residentially and online within certain areas. All opportunities are based on the needs of the location and school.
There are seven schools within Rasmussen College: School of Business, School of Education, School of Technology, School of Design, School of Health Sciences, School of Justice Studies and School of Nursing.
Yes, all of our instructors must provide Rasmussen College with official transcripts for every degree earned. All transcripts must be received before you begin teaching. You are responsible for ordering your official transcripts and having them sent to Rasmussen College.
Yes, we offer online training and orientation that all new instructors are required to complete.
Rasmussen College operates on a quarter system. Instruction occurs Weeks 1-10, finals week is week 11, classes are not in session Week 12 and are designated for professional development. Faculty still needs to be available to students during professional development week.
After successful completion of teaching your first quarter, faculty members are eligible to teach up to three courses per quarter.
Our scheduling is completed based on course enrollment. There is never a guarantee to teach every quarter. The scheduler/academic dean will contact you before the term begins to extend your contract. Courses may be canceled due to lack of student enrollment.
Course grading loads will vary. Each course has weekly discussions that must be graded along with any assignments due for the week.
All of the content for courses at Rasmussen College has been created by our Curriculum Development team.
The textbook for each class has already been selected for you.
Rasmussen College pays a minimum of $1500 per course.
All adjunct instructors are paid on the same cycle as employees. Rasmussen abides by a “semimonthly” payroll schedule (24 payrolls per year which is 2 paydays per month). The work week is Saturday through Friday. Paydays are generally the 15th and the last business day of the month. If a regularly scheduled payday falls on a holiday or weekend, employees are paid on the last regular workday immediately preceding the holiday or weekend.
Our adjunct faculty members are considered part-time employees. You will be required to complete new hire paperwork which includes the Form I-9 and proof of eligibility to work in the United States. We also require all employees to successfully pass a background check. All pre-employment paperwork must be completed and cleared prior to teaching your first course.
Rasmussen College uses Angel, a web-based platform.
All instructors must have easy accessibility to the internet, Microsoft Office 2007, and be able to download a web-based conferencing tool for faculty meetings. Some courses may require both students and instructors to have specific software.
All of our courses are asynchronous so you are able to login and teach your course according to your schedule. You must be available to login daily and there may be times when your students need to meet with you via chat or phone.
A Learning Culture that Changes and Builds Lives
At Rasmussen College, we have built a learning organization that fosters an aspiration of continuous improvement and growth for students and employees. The learning-centric nature of our organization enables us to adapt to market trends instinctively, forming the core of our competitive advantage.
Respect for the Individual
At Rasmussen College, we maintain the upmost respect for our most important publics: our students, the employers who hire our graduates, the communities we serve, and our own employee team. We hold ourselves and each other accountable for our work and actions, and we maintain a positive and constructive environment in the classroom, on our campuses, and in our offices.
Think and Operate Like Owners
At Rasmussen College, we instill an ownership mentality and encourage employees to manage their responsibilities as if they are managing their own company. We achieve our competitive advantage by operating with a sense of urgency, and we maintain high quality standards by expecting the best out of ourselves and our fellow team members.
Pride of Organization
At Rasmussen College, we are proud of the work that we do to change and build lives. That pride is developed by hard work, achieving and celebrating results, recognizing the accomplishments of others, and by continuously challenging oneself to continuously excel.
The Very Highest Business and Personal Ethics
At Rasmussen College, there is absolutely no tolerance for unethical behavior, and every decision that we make is meant to be in the best long-term interest of our valued student. We strive to be completely transparent, and we expect straightforward honesty of our employees at all times.
At Rasmussen College, we appreciate our employees for their accomplishments, integrity, and dedication, and we reward them by offering a supportive and upbeat working environment. Giving our employees many opportunities for personal and professional growth is central to our culture.
Fun Working Environment
We work hard at Rasmussen College—and we have fun, too. Company-wide rewards and recognitions, in-office parties and celebrations, participation in charity/volunteer work, team building games and field trips, company picnics, dinners, and office potlucks are just some of the fun and unique things that make coming to work each day a pleasure.
Advance Your Education on Us
Rasmussen College offers all of our full-time employees the opportunity to continue their education through several unique scholarship offerings. Other tuition benefits also apply to our employees’ spouses, domestic partners, and children.
Our Benefits Package
Our competitive salary and benefits package for full-time employees also includes:
Rasmussen College is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.