- Organizing and training the student lab teaching assistants (~8), and overseeing their work in the lab (as proctors, mentors and graders).
- Developing and implementing, together with the instructor, new laboratory content.
- Keeping the introductory physics laboratory manual up-to-date in terms of the available experiments.
- Evaluating the scientific content and clarity of student work during longer open-ended projects (these can involve a significant written component).
- Being available during laboratory times, and making sure that the lab itself is kept clean, safe, and ready for use each week.
- Organizing and maintaining the laboratory equipment, and replacing broken equipment.
Applicants should have a Masters Degree in physics or related field (Ph.D. is preferred), and experience in running and developing introductory physics labs. Applicants should send a CV or Resume, three letters of recommendation and a statement describing teaching experience and interests to firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a full-time, exempt position, working 37.5 hours per week. Starting pay is $54,086 per year. This position will start late May or early June, 2014.
Benefits include comprehensive medical and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with 10% employer contribution, retiree medical plan, college tuition assistance for employees’ children, paid holidays, paid vacation and many other campus amenities, such as membership to the campus fitness center for employee and spouse and discounted TriMet bus passes.