Course Instructor, Mathematics-GenED-IT College (Full Time)
- PhD or EdD in Mathematics or a related field with at least 18 graduate credits in Mathematics is required
- Teaching experience in a higher-education setting
- Experience teaching Mathematics is required
- Experience teaching Calculus 1 and 2 and Discrete Math 1 and 2 is highly desired
- Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
- Must be lawfully employable in the United States either by virtue of citizenship or by permanent residency via a green card.
WGU seeks Course Faculty with a successful track record teaching in higher education to work with our General Education – Mathematics students in the College of Information Technology. The faculty on this team primarily support students in the Algebra, Probability and Statistics, Calculus, and Discrete Math courses.
Course Faculty at WGU function as subject matter experts who assist students as they engage specific sections of the WGU curriculum. The Course Faculty do not develop WGU courses, construct tests, or grade assessments. Their primary focus is on bringing WGU courses of study to life through one-to-one or one-to-many engagements.
The successful Course Faculty starts all decisions with students in mind. They innovate as they drive results. They engage in ongoing learning, act with urgency and integrity on behalf of the university, and take ownership of outcomes and strategies. Course Faculty inspire and develop students, and they earn the trust of students and colleagues at WGU.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities (including but not limited to):
- Proactively provide coaching, support, and subject matter expertise to students enrolled in assigned course;
- Communicate professionally, relate well, and share a passion for Mathematics to motivate a diverse and large group of students;
- Respond to student inquiries about content, learning resources, or assessment in a timely manner;
- Provide additional resources to students based on content expertise while maintaining the students' responsibility for course competency;
- Maintain current and active knowledge in assigned course in order to bring examples and ideas to students.
- Is a team player and collaborates well with others to achieve a common goal
- Strong verbal communication skills with ability to present information clearly, concisely, and accurately; friendly, persuasive speaking style
- Comfortable with collecting, analyzing, and using quantitative information to enhance the student experience
- Thrives in a dynamic, innovative work environment
- Must be technologically competent: experience using Outlook email and calendar, online teaching platforms, video conferencing tools, and MS Office is required
WORK FROM HOME, United States