Someone pointed this out to me and I couldn't stop giggling. So of course I have to share it with all of you! This is a jobs ad from Kennedy-King College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago. They are looking for someone to be an adjunct physics faculty member to, presumably, teach physics.
I'm doing a screen capture here, because I expect someone there will see this and make corrections to it soon... or maybe not!
I am guessing that two different people did this, because the category for the job is correct (circled in green), and the required qualification is also spelled correctly, but then it goes hysterically wrong in the job description. It says:
ADJUNCT FACULTY PSYCHICS/ PART-TIMECITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO, KENNEDY-KING COLLEGEKennedy-King College is currently seeking a part-time Faculty to teach Psychics during the Fall 2018 semester.
Well of course they're looking for Psychics. This is because they want a part-time Faculty to teach it during this upcoming Fall semester!
Dear Kennedy-King College, you may want to have someone proof-read your ad. The spell-check would not have flagged you for this hilarious error. And for an academic institution, this is an embarrassing boo-boo. Having psychics to teach physics is like having heretics coming in to teach Sunday School.