Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Metro College Success Program.

Below are our current position openings, with detailed contact and application information contained within each one. For detailed descriptions, please click on the title of each position.

Associate Director of Curriculum and Faculty Development

The Metro College Success Program is looking for faculty (tenured/tenure-track and lecturers) to apply for a full-time, twelve-month position as Associate Director of Curriculum and Faculty Development. The program is seeking a mid-career, equity-minded educator who wants to work in a high-energy team setting. The work will be compensated via the academic year as assigned time (with payment to the relevant home department) and an additional stipend for summer work.  We are looking for an experienced individual who is committed to supporting faculty to use engaging and equity-centered pedagogy.  A strong candidate will have experience developing interdisciplinary curriculum with a social justice focus.

Metro Academy Coordinators

The Metro College Success Program is looking for current faculty (tenured/tenure-track and/or lecturers) to apply for two full-time, nine-month positions as academy coordinators. If a tenured/tenure-track faculty member is selected, the work will be compensated via assigned time (with payment to the relevant home department). The program is seeking experienced equity-minded educators who want to work in a high-energy team setting. 

Metro is a redesign of the first two years of college to increase graduation rates and deep learning. The program’s outreach focuses on students who are low-income, first-generation and/or underrepresented in higher education. Beginning fall 2018, Metro at SF State will operate 12 academies for up to 140 students each. Each academy has a broad career or topic theme, such as health, education, science, ethnic studies, and business.   We are hiring faculty coordinators to run two new Metro Academies one in Health and the other in Business, starting in fall 2018.  Each faculty coordinator will teach core classes (40%), and mentor students in their academy throughout the first two years, working with a team including a counselor and tutors (60%).