Piedmont Virginia Community College is searching for a Geology faculty member whose main role will be teaching as well as other activities that support student success. This is a full-time, nine month, restricted state-funded position at the associate instructor level and is eligible for annual renewal. The successful candidate must have a master's degree and 18 graduate semester hours in Geology.
*Work with colleagues to create new courses/curricula and enhance current courses/curricula to meet the needs of students and employers
*Coordinate and work with adjunct faculty
*Teach lecture/lab courses as assigned.
*Teach 18-20 credit hours (combination of lecture and lab) each semester as assigned, which may include day and evening sections, on- and off-campus, weekends, and distance learning technologies
*Maintain 12-19 office hours weekly
*Collaborate with other faculty to prepare and review annually a course of study for each course taught
*Prepare and distribute to all students a syllabus consistent with the course of study for each course taught
*Prepare grade reports for each course taught
*Recommend appropriate texts and support materials for each course taught
*Assist in requisition adequate instructional equipment and supplies
*Regularly review library collection within faculty discipline
*Evaluate course instruction in accordance with established policy
*Prepare textbook orders as required
*Incorporate current and emerging instructional technologies into classroom instruction
*Prepare and implement a professional development plan in cooperation with division dean each year
*Maintain a positive, professional relationship with colleagues, supervisors, students, and the community
*Attend faculty workshops
Student Success Activities
*Participate in division and department meetings.
*Mentor and tutor students
*Work with colleagues to promote the retention of students
*Adhere to policies, procedures, and regulations of the college and the Virginia Community College System
*A Master's degree in Geology
*Commitment to the community college mission and philosophy and teaching in a community college
*Commitment to students and academic advisement of students
*Evidence of on-going professional development to assure currency in field
*Willingness to be flexible in responding to changing circumstances and needs such as:
-teaching at times, locations, and methodologies other than traditional campus, schedule and methodologies
-exploring and using current and emerging instructional technologies and distance learning technologies
*PhD in Geology or a PhD in a related field with 18 graduate semester hours in biology.
-Teaching at a community college
-Using current electronic instructional technologies (e.g., multimedia, Internet)
-Developing and teaching in distance learning technologies
In order to better serve our customers, PVCC will only accept online applications submitted through the Virginia Jobs site for this position. PVCC will not accept applications submitted by mail, e-mail, or fax.
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