FT Chemistry Faculty
ABOUT THE COLLEGE: The Nebraska Indian Community College provides quality higher education and lifelong educational opportunities for Umonhon (Omaha) Isanti (Santee Dakota) and all learners.” Nebraska Indian Community College is envisioned as a
comprehensive Tribal College which values service through high quality education. Institutional programs value and cultivate the creative and productive talents of learners, faculty, and staff, and seek ways to contribute to the self-sufficiency of the Nations served, the wellbeing of our communities, and the quality of life and development of its learners, faculty, and service areas.
QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate credits in mathematics or related field. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications. Excellent oral and written communication skills. College teaching experience is preferred, as well as a
familiarity with the use of remote learning (online learning management systems, video conferencing, etc.). The candidate must be able to show evidence of effective leadership and a background of proven success in working with students, administrators,
faculty, and communities.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, COMPETENCIES, and ABILITIES:
Preferred candidates will have proven success in the following:
ï‚· Master’s degree in Chemistry or related field
ï‚· Minimum of two (2) years instructional experience, preferably in a tribal or community college setting
ï‚· Experience instructing students from minoritized identities through traditional/nontraditional methods of instruction
ï‚· Experience using technology in a classroom setting, including in-person, virtual, VTC, online (asynchronous and/or synchronous formats), and/or other formats.
ï‚· Candidate should have a high degree of self-direction and motivation, strong inter-personal, written, and oral communication skills. Qualified applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without
SUMMARY OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Full-time faculty have a 12-month contract with a minimum of forty hours per week. This includes activities in three general areas: 70% teaching, 20% service, and 10% research. The teaching
responsibility extends up to 12-15 credits per semester, and may include classes such as: Applied Environmental Chemistry & Conservation Biology, General Chemistry I, General Chemistry II, Organic Chemistry I, Organic Chemistry II, and Physical Science. Teaching schedule may include assignments on other campuses, day, and evening classes.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS: Nebraska Indian Community College gives preference to eligible and qualified applicants in accordance with the Indian preference in employment act and veterans’ preference. In the absence of
qualified Indian applicants, consideration will be given to applicants without regards to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender, veteran status, the presence of non-related medical condition or handicap, or other legally protected
status. NICC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
HOW TO APPLY: You can visit us on the web at http://www.thenicc.edu. Applications are also available at any of our three
campuses. FACULTY: Include the following: (1) a letter of intent outlining how you are qualified for the position based upon the qualifications and responsibilities, (2) a resume/CV, (3) a copy of official transcripts, and (4) an NICC Application. Please send your application materials to Human Resources Director, Anthony Warrior at SanAWarrior@thenicc.edu .
*Please mention you saw this ad on CommunityCollegeJobs.*
Community College Jobs in Popular Cities