Adjunct faculty positions may be posted on our eJobs portal or may be appointed by the hiring department. If you are interested in teaching at ETSU as an adjunct, you may contact the academic department directly. Contact information can be found on the department homepage. New adjunct faculty are required to complete a faculty profile and new employee paperwork before their first day of teaching.
ETSU maintains pools of applications in our eJobs system for applicants interested in temporary or PRN positions. To apply to a temporary posting in the eJobs system:
- From the ETSU Jobs website (www.etsu.edu/jobs), select the Temporary Jobs tab.
- Select a temporary posting to apply to. The 2021/2022 Temporary Staff Pool is used campus-wide for department looking to fill non-maintenance/non-clinical temporary positions.
- Select Apply For this Job. Log in or create an account to complete the application.
Interested departments will contact you directly with employment opportunities.
Note: All ETSU temporary pools close December 31 of each calendar year and applicants must reapply each year to be considered for temporary positions.
New Hire Paperwork
New temporary adjunct and staff employees are required to come by the Office of Human Resources (Burgin Dossett Hall, Room 307) to sign their contract and complete all required hiring paperwork before final work authorization is given. When you come to Human Resources, be prepared to:
- Sign your employment contract.
- Complete a W-4.
- Complete the Payroll Direct Deposit form and attach a voided check if needed.
- Complete the I-9 form with unexpired supporting documents. You must bring the original documents. (List of I-9 Verification Documents .pdf) Note: A social security card is required for payroll purposes per the employment contract. If the social security card is used to satisfy the I-9 form, you must provide the original.
- The Tennessee Lawful Employment Act (TLEA) requires we verify an item from their list (TLEA Verification Documents .pdf). You may use the same document to satisfy the TLEA and I-9.