Assistant Professor, Mathematics
The Mathematics Department is seeking a full-time, 9-month mathematics instructor for a position to begin during the Fall 2019 term. Teaching assignments may include intermediate algebra, college algebra, precalculus algebra, trigonometry, calculus 1-3, introductory differential equations, liberal arts mathematics, logic, linear algebra, and/or introductory statistics. Experience with online instruction and online math systems is not required, but is desirable.
Responsibilities and duties include:
- Planning, organization, and instruction of mathematics classes to promote student success in the community college setting.
- Working with other faculty to evaluate, revise, and develop curriculum to help ensure student mastery of course content.
- Supporting the department mission, which centers on student learning through quality instruction, curriculum enhancement, faculty scholarship, and service.
- Assisting with implementing college policies, objectives, and functions in accordance with college philosophy, mission, and procedures.
- Participating in staff and committee work as requested.
- Provide service excellence through courteous, informed, accessible and professional engagement.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Reports to: Chair, Mathematics
Required: A Master’s or higher degree with 18 graduate hours in mathematics or statistics.
Additional Requirements: A criminal background check will be conducted.
Preferred: A strong academic background beyond the minimum. College level teaching experience, particularly at the community college level. Experience using reform textbooks employing the AMATYC Standards, and familiarity with AMATYC standards (such as described in Beyond Crossroads) is preferred.
Application Process: To be considered for this position, all applicants must submit a completed online SF Employment Application, an up-to-date resume, letter of intent, (3) letters of recommendation, a written statement describing your philosophy of teaching Mathematics and engaging students within a student-centered, open access college at the Associate of Arts (AA) level, as well as unofficial college transcripts. The letter of intent must describe your interest in working as the Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Santa Fe College and explains the skills, strengths and experience you can bring to this position. Unofficial transcripts are only accepted for review purposes, official transcripts are required prior to any offer of employment being made.
Questions about the position may be directed to:
Kathleen Arnold, Mathematics Department Chairperson