Monday, November 24, 2008

TT at Delta College

Delta College is a responsive, dynamic community college. We educate, inspire, challenge and support a diverse community of learners to achieve academic, professional and personal excellence. We are our communities' first choice to learn, work and grow. We are a diverse learning-centered community that values excellence, teamwork, respect, leadership, integrity and innovation. If you share these values, we invite you to consider Delta College; it's a great place to work and learn.

Demonstrate a commitment to the mission and vision of Delta College.
Focus on supporting and assessing student learning and academic achievement.
Continually develop appropriate innovation in learning and teaching to meet diverse learning styles and needs of students.
Collaborate voluntarily and energetically with colleagues in the academic discipline and with other faculty colleagues to develop effective learning experiences for a diverse student body.
Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of diversity based on the college statement on diversity
Integrate international and intercultural experiences in the College, community, and curriculum.
Serve the community through outreach activities.
Make effective use of appropriate technology in the performance of the listed responsibilities and accountabilities.
Participate fully in shared governance as a full member of the academic community.
Teach at least 30 equated credit hours annually in a variety of settings including day, evening, weekend, on campus, and off campus.
Commit to ongoing educational and professional growth.
Engage fully in course, discipline, and program development.


Teach courses in the physics discipline that includes physics, physical science, and astronomy. Evening, weekend, and off-campus center teaching in multicultural settings may be required. Participation in division and college governance and demonstration of ongoing educational professional growth are expected.

Master’s Degree in Physics or related area complete by May, 2009 (with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in Physics) from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning.
Demonstrated currency in Physics Education or Physics.
Ability to teach using a variety of formats including the use of technology as a learning tool.
Demonstrated professional goal of Physics Education.
Demonstrated ongoing and current professional growth.

Recent experience in teaching introductory physics, astronomy, and/or physical science in an active engagement environment.
Ability to teach non-science majors that are mathematically under-prepared
Substantive multicultural experience (for example: urban community service, academic course work in minority or foreign language studies, or teaching experiences with minority students).
Ability to teach in a variety of formats, including online.


APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Complete an on-line application and attach a cover letter with position title, resume, three current letters of professional references, copy of undergraduate and graduate transcripts (official transcripts required upon hire) and/or certifications and licenses. The position remains open until filled.

More information at Delta's job site