Professor of higher education sociology - Salary and Career
Higher education humanities teachers

Professor of higher education sociology - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They prepare and teach classes in the areas of human sciences in higher education and guide academic works, prepare teaching plans, supervise internships, evaluate teaching-learning processes, participate in selection and evaluation processes. They provide technical-scientific advice, carry out academic-administrative activities and build political-pedagogical projects. They can develop research and extension activities.

How much does an Professor of higher education sociology earn

A Professor of higher education sociology earns between $1.156 and $11.420 per month, with an average monthly salary of $3.681 and a median salary of $2.162 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 65 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Professor of higher education sociology

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 3.681 44.167 920 43
1º Quartile 1.156 13.873 289 13
Median Salary 2.162 25.945 541 25
3º Quartile 8.710 104.515 2.177 101
Higher Salary 11.420 137.044 2.855 133

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • teaching professionals
      • higher education teachers
        • higher education humanities teachers

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Main workplaces

Higher education humanities teachers they perform their functions in educational institutions and entities and are hired as workers with a formal contract. They are organized into work teams and can also work individually. They work with occasional supervision, indoors and outdoors, usually during the day. Work can be carried out in person or remotely. May be subject to stressful situations due to work under pressure.

What does it take to work in the field of Higher education humanities teachers

The exercise of these occupations requires complete higher education and postgraduate or specialization degrees in the area. It is common to enter and progress in a career through public examinations, mainly in the public sector. The full performance of activities, as a full professor, usually occurs after three or four years of experience.

Functions and activities of Professor of higher education sociology

Higher education humanities teachers must:

  • guide academic works;
  • providing technical-scientific advice;
  • elaborate teaching plan;
  • developing research and extension activities;
  • exercise academic-administrative activities;
  • provide technical-scientific advice;
  • exercise academic and administrative activities;
  • develop research and extension activities;
  • minister class;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • teaching class;
  • teacher class;
  • orienting academic works;
  • perform academic-administrative activities;
  • build political-pedagogical projects;
  • guiding academic works;
  • orient academic works;
  • participate in selection and evaluation processes;
  • ministrar aula;
  • supervise stages;
  • prepare classes;
  • evaluate teaching-learning processes;
  • supervise internships;
  • prepare lessons;
  • advise academic works;
  • evaluating teaching-learning processes;
  • participate in selection and assessment processes;

  • Activities

    • demonstrate motivational ability;
    • demonstrate mobilization ability;
    • define course evaluation guidelines;
    • demonstrate motivating ability;
    • exercise citizenship roles;
    • search bibliography;
    • coordinate centers, programs, laboratories and workshops;
    • performing activities in laboratories and workshops;
    • demonstrate polemicization ability;
    • review teaching practice;
    • demonstrate ability to argue;
    • participate in technical-scientific events;
    • coordinate courses;
    • define evaluation criteria;
    • demonstrate creativity;
    • issue technical reports and opinions;
    • advising on institutional projects;
    • argue candidates for the degree;
    • define teacher profile;
    • select candidates in competitions;
    • define lines of research and extension;
    • elaborate scientific works;
    • identify stage fields;
    • demonstrate ability to problematize;
    • propose agreements and partnerships;
    • demonstrate ability to deal with diversity;
    • monitor project execution;
    • elaborate assessment instruments;
    • define extra-room activities;
    • evaluate programmed academic works;
    • organize publications;
    • monitor internship activities;
    • coordinate research projects;
    • orient project formulation;
    • identify the profile of teachers;
    • indicate bibliography;
    • define student profile;
    • providing community service;
    • applying assessment instruments;
    • build internship policy;
    • evaluate execution of extension activities;
    • define professional profile;
    • review bibliography;
    • select teaching resources;
    • supervise the application of internship rules;
    • provoking reflections;
    • define course objectives;
    • preparing by guiding for the defense of work;
    • define teacher training policy;
    • update data and situational information;
    • examine final product;
    • issue reports and technical opinions;
    • elaborate texts;
    • hold orientation meetings;
    • update data and conjunctural information;
    • evaluate resumes and memorials;
    • provide consultancy;
    • preparing by guiding for the defense of the work;
    • examine monographs, theses and dissertations;
    • define professors' profile;
    • give interviews;
    • suggest bibliography;
    • control attendance;
    • demonstrate synthesis ability;
    • orient researchers;
    • demonstrate observation skills;
    • select bibliography;
    • predict forms of evaluation;
    • examine field reports;
    • build course curriculum;
    • issue an opinion on texts for publication purposes;
    • evaluate menus and programs;
    • manage financial and material resources;
    • develop reports;
    • select candidates for admission to postgraduate courses;
    • comment evaluation results;
    • answer questions;
    • supervise field activities;
    • evaluate participation in class and out of class;
    • demonstrate motivation ability;
    • using audiovisual resources;
    • evaluate evidence;
    • develop reports;
    • evaluate the student's production;
    • coordinate internship programs;
    • evaluate initiation to professional practice;
    • develop lesson plan;
    • perform research;
    • demonstrate polemic skills;
    • demonstrate reflective ability;
    • re-adapt the teaching-learning process;
    • demonstrate writing ability;
    • define menus and programs;
    • participate in the preparation of public notices for competitions;
    • select human resources;
    • report financial resources;
    • demonstrate ability to motivate;
    • evaluate research execution;
    • propose draft notices, ordinances and resolutions;
    • analyze evaluation results;
    • organizing seminars;
    • head academic departments;
    • guide construction of research object;
    • evaluate the production of the mentor;
    • develop extension projects;
    • raise resources for research and extension;
    • performing out-of-room experiences;
    • disclose results;
    • judge academic works;
    • demonstrate synthesis ability;
    • promote debate;
    • work with the community;
    • organize academic events;
    • develop research projects;
    • ask questions;
    • check frequency;
    • coordinate extension projects;
    • provide community service;
    • prepare orienting for qualification exam;
    • organize didactic activities;
    • participate in collegiate bodies;
    • posting questions;
    • guide project formulation;
    • define methodology;
    • elaborate didactic material;
    • guide the formation of collections;
    • develop lesson plan;
    • guide initiation to professional practice;
    • display course contents;
    • raise resources for research and extension;
    • advise institutional projects;
    • check attendance;
    • perform readings;
    • identify demands of society;
    • set up schedule;
    • demonstrate contextualization ability;
    • develop internship programs and projects;
    • integrate committees;
    • keep up to date;
    • apply assessment instruments;
    • discuss texts;
    • demonstrate oral expression skills;
    • demonstrate ability to establish dialogues;
    • integrate committees;
    • monitor development of teaching plans;

    Sectors that hire Professor of higher education sociology the most in the job market

    • higher education - undergraduate
    • higher education - undergraduate and postgraduate
    • high school
    • support activities for education
    • child education - pre-school
    • elementary school
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