Full-Time, Tenure Track, 10 Months
Position: Geosciences: Earth Science/Physical Sciences
Salary: Placement on the applicable salary schedule is commensurate with education.
Schedule A - $53,118.05 - $75,397.84/ Annually + Benefits
Deadline: March 17, 2016 for First Consideration
(Open Until Filled)
Start Date: August 2016
(Fall Semester begins 8/22/16)
The position is a full-time teaching assignment in GeoSciences: Earth Science/Physical Sciences in the Division of
Mathematics and Sciences.
Required Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications for Faculty in California Community Colleges (10th edition):
Master’s in the interdisciplinary area OR Master’s in one of the disciplines included in the interdisciplinary area and
upper division or coursework in at least one other constituent discipline. (Academic Affairs Division, California Community
Note: The Interdisciplinary Studies discipline is provided to allow for those cases where it is locally determined that
a course must be taught by someone with qualifications that exceed a single discipline. The constituent disciplines
can include any discipline found in the Master’s List.
Academic Senate’s approved equivalency: (Approved: February 17, 2011 Senate Meeting)
Equivalency not needed, per division faculty.
AND a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds
of community college students (Assembly Bill 1725; Education Code 87360).
Competency to teach interdisciplinary study of the natural phenomena of the Earth including geology, physical
geography, and other Physical Sciences.
Experience with GIS, geographic information systems.
Previous teaching experience at a community college or university level.
Evidence of and commitment to working as part of a team.
Annual Security Report is provided by Antelope Valley College for prospective students and employees. A copy of this report is available at
GeoSciences: Earth Science/Physical Sciences- (FT) - RN16-6
In addition to teaching 15 lecture hour equivalents per semester, full-time faculty are responsible for five office hours per
week and preparation time, and are expected to participate in faculty / division meetings.
Full-time faculty also participate in curricular planning, student learning outcomes, program learning outcomes,
development, assessment, and implementation; evaluation of educational programs; and college governance
contributory to the attainment of the college’s mission and strategic goals.
Instructors may be assigned a combination of daytime, evening, and/or Saturday classes, as the college is dedicated to
the educational success of a diverse student body with diverse needs.
Continued professional development through the Faculty Professional Development Program or other sources is
Travel between District locations is also expected.