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Vice President, Administrative Services

Los Angeles City College Los Angeles, CA

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: A bachelor's degree and a master's degree from a recognized four-year college or university. One of the aforementioned… Percipio Media

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    Not a kind place for adjunct faculty

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    Current Employee - Adjunct in Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Adjunct in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Los Angeles City College part-time (more than 8 years)


    They do have a strong union in place under the LACCD district. They have a free parking structure. The facilities are getting newer and better. They have a seniority list in place for adjunct faculty.


    Although they are a community school, the faculty are not diverse and the hiring process seems to stem from nepotism, as they hire friends rather than within. They take their part-time faculty for granted in many departments. The offered healthcare is far too expensive for part-time faculty to afford. They dump a lot of extra work on adjuncts (who now make up 60% of many colleges because it is benefit-free, cheap labor) and the departments are full of very poor instructors who aren't thoughtful of their part-time faculty. Many part-time instructors will take on double loads last minute to help the department but the compensation is very poor for the extra work. Also, part time faculty will often have 100 or more students while the full time take the classes with 30 or less. They don't properly evaluate anyone and the feedback is not positive towards anyone. A grim place to work.

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    Evaluate the full-time faculty. They have a lot of hiring power and influence, but they make very poor decisions that more often stem from insecurity and they don't have the skill set to make good teachers so they aren't capable of hiring good teachers. Out of 9 or more adjuncts in my own department in the past three years they interviewed maybe one and hired two people outside. One of these new full-time instructors is an awful, awful instructor with no experience and no doctoral degree...ie no competition for the current faculty which is how they seem to like it.

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