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Mathematics & Physics Instructor
Central Community College in Grand Island, Nebraska
 
 
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Date Posted 01/02/2020
Category
Faculty-Science-Mathematics
Employment Type Fulltime
Application Deadline Open until filled
 
 
 
 
 

Campus: Grand Island

Department: Mathematics

Classification: Faculty

Exempt / Non Exempt Status: Exempt

Grant Funded: No

Degree Required: Masters

Degree Preferred: Masters

Experience Required: 2 years

Estimated Hours per Week: 40

Posting Number: P00850

Qualifications Required

  • Mathematics/Physics Instructors will hold a Master's degree or higher in Mathematics, Physics, or Engineering, or Master's degree in a related field with 18 graduate hours in Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, or Master's degree in Math and a minimum of 12 graduate credits in Physics or Engineering and five (5) years of collective relevant work experience equating to 3 graduate credits or 10 years of collective relevant work experience equating to a maximum of 6 credits OR 3-6 graduate credits in a related subfield OR combination thereof, or Master's degree in Physics and a minimum of 12 graduate credits in Math or Engineering and five (5) years of collective relevant work experience equating to 3 graduate credits or 10 years of collective relevant work experience equating to a maximum of 6 credits OR 3-6 graduate credits in a related subfield OR combination thereof, or Master's degree in Engineering and a minimum of 12 graduate credits in Math or Physics and five (5) years of collective relevant work experience equating to 3 graduate credits or 10 years of collective relevant work experience equating to a maximum of 6 credits OR 3-6 graduate credits in a related subfield OR combination thereof.

  • A relatively high level of analytical ability is required for curriculum development and course design aligned with Concepts of Universal Design and Quality Matters, for advising and/or referring students, preparing course plans, and/or other activities.

  • A substantial level of interpersonal skills to provide guidance and referrals for students regarding sensitive issues.

  • Must have knowledge of Instructional Technology and college software to include: Microsoft Word, Instructional Design Program (WIDS), Moodle, Web-Ex, etc.

  • Applicants must have strong interpersonal, oral and written skills.

  • The knowledge and experience in teaching a diverse student population enrolled in academic transfer and career and technical programs.

  • Ability to teach courses over a variety of offering times from morning through evening, and possibly weekends.

General Summary

Instruction of Mathematics and Physics that include: Applied Calculus, Occupational Math, Elementary/Intermediate/College Algebra, Analytic Geometry, Statistics, Trigonometry, Physics, and Pre-Engineering courses. The instructor will collaborate with the Dean, Associate Dean and, as appropriate, the program director in order to assist students in accessing, learning and attaining educational goals; facilitate learning by providing varied learning experiences and teaching in instructional modalities for a diverse student population, as assigned. Furthermore, Instructor will professionally represent the college, its role and mission, including recruiting. . The instructor will meet the education and work experience standards set forth in the job specifications. The instructor will perform duties and responsibilities in accordance with college policies and procedures and accreditation standards. Responsibilities include: curriculum development, assessment of student learning, course revision and redesign, student advising, and utilization of modern teaching strategies and techniques for servicing a diverse student population.

Open Date: 01/02/2020

Close Date: 01/20/2020

Approximate starting date of employment: 02/17/2020

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