This position is responsible for providing 27-32 hours of instruction per academic year in Physics/Astronomy and for providing related curriculum and student support as well as student advising. This is a full-time, tenure track position.A minimum of a Master's degree in Physics/Astronomy or closely related field with at least 18 semester or 27 quarter graduate hours in the teaching discipline is required. Doctorate degree preferred.
Ability to teach Physics/Astronomy on the collegiate level. Ability to teach effectively using a variety of methods, relate to students and facilitate student learning. Excellent communication, organizational and computer skills. Demonstrated knowledge of instructional technology is required. Ability to maintain supply inventory and laboratory equipment, work within the Department budget and maintain appropriate records. Must be able to work effectively with laboratory supervisor and laboratory assistants. Must have the ability to review, revise and accurately document laboratory protocols for preparation and teaching materials, experiments and procedures.Prior teaching experience, preferably at the collegiate level, is desired.Please apply at: http://careers.gpc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=50834