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Include These Adjunct Instructor Skills
- Extensive knowledge of their academic area
- Coaching skills
- The ability to motivate others
- Problem-solving orientation
- Detail orientation and punctuality
- Computer competences
- Recordkeeping skills
- Organization and planning
Below is provided an example cover letter for Adjunct Instructor displaying comparable skills and experience.
Dear Mr. Burnley:
In response to your posting for an Adjunct Instructor, I submit my credentials for your review. As an accomplished and skilled professional with experience in program development and leadership, as well as an advanced educational background in sociology, I am confident in my ability to significantly contribute to the success of the University of Nantucket’s objectives in this role.
My experience includes instructing individuals in various topics using customized information delivery techniques to boost participant interest and data retention while facilitating optimal learning experiences. With my professional achievements in training and development, combined with my communication and leadership talents, I am prepared to excel at motivating and inspiring students of all levels.
Consider the following highlights of my qualifications:
Developing and implementing highly effective and engaging training programs to achieve top performance levels; evaluating participant results to guide program modification efforts and involving strategic techniques to relate training concepts to “real world” practical applications.
Attaining a Master of Science in Sociology, and maintaining active memberships in multiple industry associations.
Demonstrating excellent public speaking, presentation, and communication talents.
With my proven track record of training and development accomplishments—along with my extensive experience in the world of sociology and my highly flexible schedule—I am positioned to greatly exceed your expectations for this role. I look forward to discussing the position, and my qualifications, in detail. Thank you for your consideration.
Eugene J. Stearns