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Instructor, Mathematics/Engineering
College of The Albemarle in Elizabeth City, North Carolina
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Date Posted 11/02/2018
Salary $4,710.00 -  USD Per Year
Employment Type Fulltime
Application Deadline Open until filled


Position Subject to Availability of Budgeted Funds

FLSA: Faculty, Exempt
9 Month position.

The role of the full-time Instructor, Mathematics/Engineering 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, Mathematics/Engineering receives supervision from the Chair, Mathematics and Engineering Department.


Examples of Duties

  • Implements college goals as related to instructional area.

  • Prepares, teaches and evaluates assigned instructional courses.

  • Teaches evening classes, classes at other campuses and/or off-site locations, distance education classes, Internet classes or hybrid classes based on instructional and/or staffing needs as required.

  • Updates course syllabi to reflect changes.

  • Develops supplemental teaching materials to augment courses.

  • Implements new teaching strategies as appropriate.                                       

  • Evaluates textbooks for relevancy, quality and currency, making recommendations as necessary per established policy.

  • Maintains accurate records of students' attendance and performance.

  • Submits reports in accurate and timely manner.

  • Participates in development of curriculum course schedule.

  • Participates in planning to identify needed courses (current and future).

  • Adheres to assigned teaching load/hours.

  • Makes recommendations for assigned courses based on evaluation criteria/process.

  • Makes recommendations for new courses per constraints of common course library and/or North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) guidelines.

  • Integrates new technology in instructional delivery methods.

  • Participates in development, implementation and evaluation of goals and objectives for instructional area of the college.

  • Participates in development, implementation and evaluation of the activities and operations of the instructional area of the college.

  • Participates in annual review of instructional program.

  • Supplies information/data for the annual department budget based on stated goals.

  • Adheres to/enforces policies and procedures related to academic area.

  • Integrates teaching methods that are student oriented/student focused.

  • Submits requests for instructional supplies as needed.

  • Maintains a hazard free environment and practices safety in the classroom.

  • Provides guidance and advice to assigned student advisees.

  • Registers advisees.

  • Maintains weekly office hours per college guidelines or as designated by off-campus assigned location.

  • Attends advisement workshops and remains current in new technologies regarding registration.

  • Keeps students advised of their progress in class.

  • Writes letters of recommendation for students on request if appropriate.

  • Participates in student recruitment activities.

  • Incorporates retention strategies to encourage students to stay in programs.

  • Stays abreast of new developments and changes in academic field.

  • Participates in professional development, as appropriate, as related to:

  1. instructional area

  2. new teaching methods

  3. new technology

  4. professional organizations - locally, statewide, and nationally

  • Requests funding necessary to participate in professional development activities.

  • Assists with faculty recruitment, orientation and mentoring.

  • Participates in activities that enhance the college mission.

  • Participates in college's Institutional Effectiveness Plan.

  • Participates in Faculty Senate.

  • Serves on the College's standing committees and ad hoc committees as requested.     

  • Attends Fall Convocation, graduations and other college meetings as scheduled.

  • Serves as advisor to student clubs or organizations as appropriate.

  • Participates in administrative activities related to student admissions, progression and graduation, as requested.

  • Adheres to college's policies and procedures.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


Typical Qualifications


  • Master's degree with 18 graduate semester hours in mathematics from a regionally accredited college or university and a willingness and ability to obtain graduate coursework in engineering.


  • Master's degree in engineering with 18 graduate semester hours in mathematics or master's degree in mathematics with 18 graduate semester hours in engineering from a regionally accredited college or university.

  • Two years teaching experience at the post-secondary level.


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Knowledge of:

  • The community college system and a commitment to its mission.

  • COA's mission and a commitment to it.

Ability to:

  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

  • Use a computer efficiently, especially standard office software.

  • Demonstrate organizational and time management skills.

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