Non-Tenure-Track Assistant/Associate Professor - Natural Sciences (Anatomy & Physiology)

Location
Belmont, California
Posted
Apr 07, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Reports to: Chair; Natural Sciences Department

Status: Full-time, 1-year appointment (2017-2018 academic year)

Start Date: August 15, 2017

General Description: The Department of Natural Sciences at Notre Dame de Namur University (Belmont, CA) has an opening for a full-time position for the 2017-2018 academic year. This is a non-tenure track positions, with an appointment for one academic year.

This position includes teaching responsibilities for Anatomy, Anatomy Lab, and Human Physiology, in addition to other courses needed in the Natural Sciences department. In addition to using active learning strategies during lecture, the candidate is expected to utilize the available Visible Body software on zSpace augmented reality devices as a component of anatomy lab, in addition to the traditional approaches of using models and/or dissection. Candidates who are not already familiar with the Visible Body software and/or zSpace technology will be provided training and time to become familiar with the technology before classes begin.

NDNU is a dynamic campus community that consists of students and faculty from all walks of life. You can learn more about NDNU’s mission and the Hallmarks of a Notre Dame Learning Community on our website. The Natural Sciences department places high value on providing our students with content-based tools as well as non-cognitive tools to help them be successful in our courses. Many of our students are first in their families to pursue a college degree and many work long hours to afford tuition. If you share our passion for the craft of teaching and spirit of finding creative approaches to promoting student learning, we look forward to hearing from you.

Qualifications:

  • Doctoral-level degree in a science discipline related to the area of teaching is required;
  • College-level teaching experience strongly preferred;
  • Passion for quality teaching centered on engaging students in the learning process;
  • Experience with (or willingness to learn) integrating technology into classroom and/or laboratory settings to support student engagement and learning;
  • Ability to thrive in a dynamic environment and demonstrated commitment to supporting student learning;
  • Demonstrated professional behavior and excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work collaboratively as a member of a team;
  • Strong commitment to serving the needs of underrepresented populations in science and in higher education.

Application Procedure:

  • Submit a CV and cover letter addressing your qualifications for the position and how you have created equitable learning experiences for a diverse student population.
  • Official transcripts and three (3) letters of recommendation will be required for candidates that progress beyond the first stage of review.

Initial review of applications will take place May 1, 2017.