Pharmacology Instructor-Adjunct Appleton
Rasmussen College-Adjunct - Appleton, WI

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Rasmussen College Adjunct faculty are primarily responsible for teaching assigned classes. They are contracted quarterly and may teach up to 3 classes per quarter. They are directly accountable to their students and Academic Dean.

We are currently looking for adjunct faculty to teach Pharmacology our Appleton, WI campus.

Additional Key Qualifications:
  • Must have a minimum of an Associate degree in Medical Assisting or RN, PharmD.

  • At least 3 years work experience.

  • Must be able to provide official transcripts for each degree earned from an accredited institution before teaching.

  • Previous teaching experience preferred.

  • Must be within commutable distance to the Appleton campus.

Main Responsibilities:
  • Classroom and Student Advisement

    • Responsible for course material and updating the course syllabus.

    • Assess student learning through varying methods (i.e. quizzes, tests, papers, group work or presentations).

    • Incorporate a variety of teaching methods in class to all levels of student capacity.

    • Provide academic and professional guidance for students.

    • Prompt response to student emails (within 48 hours of receipt).

    • Hold weekly office hours (1 hour for each course taught).

    • Submit grades on a weekly basis.

    • Develop a weekly lesson plan.

    • Facilitate online discussions with students.

    • Participate and complete New Faculty training.

  • Professional Development and Campus Culture

    • Attend and complete new faculty orientation and training including an online course.

    • Encouraged to participate in campus events; graduation and all applicable training sessions.

    • Participate in end of quarter faculty development.

    • Participate in professional development activities that align with field of study.