Adjunct Assistant Professor, Physics
Instruct students in Physics lecture/lab courses (General Physics, Applied Physics, or Engineering Physics).
- Master's degree with 18 graduate credit hours in Physics.
- Computer literacy including ability to communicate and develop teaching materials and enter grades electronically.
- Demonstrate familiarity with the use of appropriate computer software.
- Demonstrate fluency in written and oral communications.
- One year of college-level teaching experience in Physics.
- Doctoral degree with 18 graduate credit hours in Physics.
- One year of college-level teaching experience in Physics is required.
- Community college teaching experience is preferred in Physics.
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Overland Park, , United States
Competitive rate of pay.
Hours per Week
This hiring is for the fall semester to teach a night section of Engineering Physics I. The class meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Lecture - Tuesday (6.00-6.50 pm) and Thursday (6.00-8.50 pm) Lab - Tuesday (7.00-9.50 pm)
REQUIRED: A resume and unofficial transcript must be uploaded to be considered. If employed, certified transcripts for all degrees will be required. Each applicant interviewed will be required to give a 15 minute mini-lecture on a topic to be determined. Optional documents such as a teaching philosophy, curriculum vita and references letters may be uploaded.