A. Teach classes with the following credit assignments:
a. Fall Semester: twenty-one (21) credits.
b. Spring Semester: twenty-one (21) credits.
c. Summer Sessions: six (6) credits allocated among or between the several sessions of the summer.
B. Hold seven (7) office hours per week in the fall and spring semesters and three (3) per week in summer sessions.
At Discretion of Dean of the School of Math, Science and Technology and the approval of the Academic Vice President, adjustments with semesters can ve made without exceeding the 48 credit hours in a given academic year.
C. Advise students on academic curriculum.
Participate in student learning outcome assessment activities, accreditation activities, discipline and school meetings, colloquia and commencement.
D. Maintain active involvement with students through the use of individual and group discussion meetings and tutoring session
E. Supervises students in community service opportunities and student service learning through the development and recruitment of students in service learning and community services opportunities.
F. Performs classroom observation and teaching effectiveness evaluations of adjunct faculty. Monitors adjunct faculty
G. Performs classroom observations and teaching effectiveness evaluations of full time tenured and non-tenured faculty members
H. Collects and evaluates data and teaching materials for Writing Across the Curriculum, Learning Assessments, and Program Review for the school of Math, Science and Technology.
I. Prepares drafts of reports under the direction of the Dean of School of Math, Science and Technology
J. Participates in curriculum development and revision Assessment, and Program Review.
A. Master’s degree in Mathematics or Statistics from a regionally accredited institution of higher education.
B. Two years of college-level teaching experience, in the discipline, preferably at the community college level.
C. Demonstrated knowledge of modern technology and its use in the classroom.
D. Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
E. Demonstrated ability to provide diverse teaching methods and learning styles.
F. Demonstrated excellence in teaching and the ability to teach students from diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds.
A. Experience in distance education.
B. Experience in the evaluation of teaching effectiveness.
C. Experience in conducting classroom observations.
Open Until Filled
Anticipated Start Date:
January 2, 2014
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Hours of Work:
The College Lecturer II shall be employed on a twelve month basis with a consecutive five-day work week seven hours per day. After three (3) consecutive years of employment, the College Lecturer II will become eligible for a two (2) year employment contract. After the successful completion of two (2) consecutive two-year renewable employment contracts, the College Lecturer II will become eligible for a three (3) year renewable employment contract. Compensation and benefits shall be in accordance with the Professional Educators Salary Guide and pertinent Board of Trustees Policies. Regular, prompt attendance is considered an essential job responsibility.
Days of Work:
Monday - Friday
If other, please specify: