Responsibilities include instruction, advising, curriculum development,
assessment, and other duties within the Center as well as the
College. The candidate should be able to teach both algebra/trigonometry
based and calculus-based physics courses along with various
engineering science courses including scientific computer programming
fundamentals. Candidates will be expected to teach in the classroom as
well as in the laboratory setting.
We are looking for exceptional
colleagues. For all areas, we seek candidates with an understanding
of the mission and who have teaching experience in a comprehensive
community college; the ability to promote student success in a
learner-centered environment; willingness to use technology to support
learning, including teaching online; knowledge of assessment
strategies for student learning outcomes; good communication skills;
ability to work in a diverse multicultural environment; a willingness
to work collaboratively, to make a contribution, and to grow and learn
professionally. All faculty positions require student advisement and
committee responsibilities; variable teaching schedule, a willingness to
develop curriculum, and alternative instruction delivery as
assigned. International experience or interest in developing
international programs appreciated.
A Master's degree in Physics
required; Ph.D. preferred. Prior teaching experience is also preferred.
The applicant will need to possess excellent interpersonal and
communication skills. The successful candidate will be expected to
support the community college mission while teaching students in various
programs including but not limited to applied technologies as well as
the transfer engineering science program. The successful candidate
will work closely with the engineering science faculty and the students
in this program.
Official Academic Transcript required at
time of hire.