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Faculty members teach assigned classes in accordance with established policies and guidelines; participate in advising, committee assignments, and other academic and institutional support activities; and perform supervisory responsibilities as assigned. To reach a broad range of students, CWI encourages exploring alternative teaching styles and methods. Courses will be taught in traditional classroom settings, in computer-mediated classrooms, and over the internet. This position includes classes taught in the evenings and when necessary, at the College’s off campus centers.
This is a full-time faculty position with a salary of $40,000.
Teaches a minimum semester credit load of courses in accordance with the descriptions published in the CWI catalog
Teaches the organic chemistry sequence each year (CHEM 298 in the Fall & CHEM 299 in Spring).
Devises and utilizes outcomes assessment measures
Participates in faculty development goals to improve professional effectiveness
Participates in instructional evaluation processes
Meets all scheduled classes promptly with any deviation being filed promptly and accurately through the appropriate channels
Participates in student advising
Monitors student placement in courses and student progress; maintains accurate records
Demonstrates sensitivity to, and understanding of, the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and disability backgrounds of community college students
Promotes and helps with learning assistance services
Cooperates with other areas of the College to provide an effective educational program
· Participates in program and curriculum review and development
Attends and participates in all departmental, division, and faculty meetings
Participates in all graduation exercises
Participates in adjunct faculty observations
Conveys by word and action the values expected by CWI
During the first class day of the course, the faculty will cover the course syllabus including course objectives, attendance policies, grading practices and student learning expectations
Utilizes a variety of instructional strategies to assist students in meeting the objectives of the course
Follows all standardized lab procedures, safety protocols, and departmental procedures and ensures that students do the same
Is available for student consultation during regular-posted office hours (at least 5 hours a week)
Strives to remain current in his/her professional discipline through continued education and professional development activities
Performs other duties as assigned. Examples include but are not limited t
1. Revise/review lab manuals as needed
2. Coordinate new manual development as needed
3. Review/implement best practices to improve instruction
4. Program Head duties that are a priority but that the Program Head cannot reasonably complete in a given term.
Master’s degree from accredited institution in Chemistry, or a closely related field, with an emphasis in organic chemistry.
Experience teaching at post-secondary level in field of study.
Experience teaching organic chemistry at post-secondary level.
Willingness to work cooperatively, communicate clearly, and be a team player.
Ability to adapt to variety of teaching methodologies including lectures, group activities, individual instruction, distance learning, and teaching with technology.
Commitment to professional growth and development.
Ability to advise students.
Proficiency in usage of internet, email, word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software applications.
Three years of experience teaching field of study at post-secondary level.
Experience teaching chemistry to non-majors, general chemistry, and organic chemistry, as well as associated laboratory sections.
Demonstrated commitment to teaching at a community college or with adult learners.
Demonstrated service to an institution of higher learning.
Experience using instructional technology to deliver courses online.
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