Friday, March 8, 2013

FT at Howard CC

Position Title Physics Faculty
Recruitment Number 0996
Job Description The Science, Engineering and Technology Division is seeking an innovative and effective faculty member to serve a diverse student population that includes science and non-science majors. The successful applicant will teach a range of courses that includes calculus based physics, non-calculus based physics and astronomy in both classroom and laboratory settings. Curriculum development, student advising, coordination with division faculty and participation in college wide activities are required.
Minimum Qualifications Master’s degree in physics or in a closely related field; college teaching experience
Preferred Qualifications Community college teaching experience that includes both lecture and labs in physics and astronomy courses; experience incorporating technology effectively into classroom and/or laboratory instruction; ability to coordinate with and mentor adjunct faculty teaching physics and astronomy.
Compensation Commensurate based on experience and education. Plus excellent medical insurances and tuition reimbursement
Special Instructions to Applicants All candidates must include a one page statement describing their teaching philosophy.
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Department Science , Engineering & Technology
Job Open Date 03/07/2013
Job Close Date
Open Until Filled Yes
Hours per Week
Pre-employment Physical (Necessary only for positions with lifting requirements) No
Job Type Full-time Faculty
Funding Type Budgeted
If Open Until Filled, Date to apply by for best consideration 03/29/2013
Background Check Statement Howard Community College requires that applicants authorize a background check and investigation for some positions. If a background investigation is required for the position you are applying for, you will be provided with additional information and forms in conjunction with this application and in accordance with the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Work Schedule M-F; 37.5 hours/week