The role of the full-time Instructor, Chemistry is to provide knowledge in his/her field of expertise and to promote various student-centered learning activities that will stimulate an interest in critical thinking and a desire for life-long learning. Various teaching strategies, learning styles and delivery methods including new technology systems will be utilized to reach this goal.
The Instructor, Chemistry receives supervision from the Department Chair, Natural Sciences.
Examples of Duties
- Implement new teaching strategies, as appropriate.
- Evaluate textbooks for relevancy, quality and currency, making recommendations as necessary per established policy.
- Maintain accurate records of students' attendance and performance.
- Submit reports in an accurate and timely manner.
- Participate in development of curriculum course schedule.
- Participate in planning to identify needed courses (current and future).
- Adhere to assigned teaching load/hours.
- Make recommendations for assigned courses based on evaluation criteria/process.
- Make recommendations for new courses per constraints of common course library and/or N.C. Community College System (NCCCS) guidelines.
- Integrate new technology in instructional delivery methods.
- Participate in development, implementation and evaluation of goals and objectives, and activities and operations of the instructional area of the College.
- Participate in annual review of instructional program.
- Provide information/data for the annual department budget based on stated goals.
- Adhere to/enforce policies and procedures related to academic area.
- Integrate teaching methods that are student oriented/student focused.
- Submit requests for academic labs orders, maintains and requests repairs/replacement for lab equipment/supplies.
- Maintain a hazard free environment and practices safety in lab(s) or classroom.
- Provide guidance and advice to assigned student advisees.
- Register advisees.
- Maintain weekly office hours per college guidelines or as designated by off-campus assigned location.
- Attend advisement workshops and remains current in new technologies regarding registration.
- Keep students advised of their progress in class.
- Write letters of recommendations for students on request, as appropriate.
- Participate in student recruitment activities.
- Incorporate retention strategies to encourage students to stay in programs.
- Stay abreast of new developments and changes in academic field.
- Participate in professional development, as appropriate, as related to instructional area; new teaching methods; new technology; and professional organizations - locally, statewide and nationally.
- Request funding necessary to participate in professional development activities.
- Assist with faculty recruitment, orientation and mentoring.
- Participate in activities that enhance the college's mission.
- Participate in the College's Institutional Effectiveness Plan.
- Participate in Faculty Senate.
- Serve on College standing and ad hoc committees, as requested.
- Attend all convocations, graduations and other College meetings, as scheduled.
- Serve as advisor to student clubs or organizations, as appropriate.
- Participate in administrative activities related to student admissions, progression and graduation, as requested.
- Adhere to College's policies and procedures.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Master of Science degree with 18 graduate semester hours in chemistry from a regionally accredited college or university.
- Master of Science degree in chemistry from a regionally accredited college or university.
- Two years teaching experience at the post-secondary level.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
- The NCCCS and a commitment to its mission.
- COA's mission and a commitment to it.
- OSHA regulations governing the storage of chemicals, dissection specimens and use of lab equipment.
- Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Use a computer efficiently, especially standard office software.
- Demonstrate organizational and time management skills.
- Want to take off for your birthday, or any other date that is significant to you? Take advantage of our Personal Observance Leave.
- Not feeling well, but can't afford to miss any days of work? That's when our monthly-earned sick leave will come in handy.
- Desire to know more about our benefits? Check out the Benefits at a Glance website, or the Benefits tab above for more about what we offer.
- Paid holidays offer you the ability to spend time with family each year.
- Competitive dental insurance rates will ensure your smile looks great.
- Health and vision insurance will keep you covered for the unexpected.
- Faculty alternative pay plan allows you to have the summer off without missing a paycheck.
College of the Albemarle is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks candidates who reflect the diversity of our region. In striving to create and sustain a welcoming learning community for all members, employment decisions shall be made without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, sex, disability, age or political affiliation.
College of The Albemarle does not provide work visa sponsorships. To be considered for employment, applicants must be permitted to legally work in the United States without employer sponsorship.
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