Instructions

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Recipient Information

This letter confirms our offer to appoint you as part-time Lecturer and outlines your teaching assignment in the

This is a part-time, non-tenure track appointment.

Appointment Title:      Lecturer (part-time)

Fall semester - four months (September 1 through December 31)

Spring semester - five months (January 1 through May 31)

Both fall and spring semesters - nine months (september 1 through May 31)

Teaching Assignment:
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Your compensation and effort noted above are calculated based on X % of the share of the teaching effort and a pro-rated FTE.

The formal payroll period for the fall term begins September 1 and ends December 31. However, because the academic year calendar, including the beginning and ending of classes and final examinations, varies from semester to semester, your services may be required prior to or after the beginning of the payroll period and may conclude prior to or after the end of the payroll period. Currently (potentially subject to change), in the fall semester, the first day of classes is August 26 and the last day of final exams is December 6; the last day of finals is December 18.

The formal payroll period for the spring term begins January 1 and ends May 31. However, because the academic year calendar, including the beginning and ending of classes and final examinations, varies from semester to semester, your services may be required prior to or after the beginning of the payroll period and may conclude prior to or after the end of the payroll period. Currently (potentially subject to change), in the spring semester, the first day of classes is January 13 and the last day of classes is April 25; the last day of finals is May 7.

The formal payroll period for the fall term begins September 1 and ends December 31. The formal payroll period for the spring term begins January 1 and ends May 31. However, because the academic year calendar, including the beginning and ending of classes and final examinations, varies from semester to semester, your services may be required prior to or after the beginning of the payroll period and may conclude prior to or after the end of the payroll period. Currently (potentially subject to change), in the fall semester, the first day of classes is August 28 and the last day of final exams is December 20. In the spring semester, the first day of classes is January 15 and the last day of finals is May 8.

This appointment, as well as specific teaching and service assignments, are dependent upon the academic needs of the department, sufficient enrollment, and satisfactory performance.  If a course is cancelled within fifteen (15) days of the first day of classes, a cancellation fee of $250 per credit hour up to $750 will be provided.

This appointment may be subject to the collective bargaining agreement between the Service Employees International Union, Local 1 and Washington University. If so, portions of your compensation may be subject to union dues or agency fees unless you qualify for an exemption from such payments.

Washington University is committed to maintaining a safe and healthful environment for members of the University community. If applicable to the position, new hires may be required to submit to preemployment background screening. The screenings may include criminal background check and, as applicable for the position, other background checks, an employment and education or licensure/certification verification, certain vaccinations and/or governmental registry checks.  All offers are contingent upon successful completion of required screening. If you are a current Washington University employee, you already may have satisfied some or all of these requirements.

This offer is contingent upon your continued eligibility for employment in the United States. Federal regulations require that you complete the USCIS Form I-9 on or before your first day of employment and that you present, in person, proof of your eligibility to work in the United States prior to or within three business days of your first day of employment, if you are not currently a University employee. The official start of employment depends upon verification of employment eligibility; if you are not eligible for employment at the start of the term, this appointment is no longer in effect and the cancellation terms do not apply.

Please sign your letter through DocuSign no later than ten (10) business days after receiving this offer to signify your acceptance of the appointment and teaching schedule as described in the letter.  Appointments cannot be processed until a signed copy is received. 

Sincerely yours,

CHAIR/DIRECTOR/SUPERVISOR

cc:            Human Resources

                  Dean’s Office

Read and Accepted:

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