Geology Adjunct Applicant Pool - Division of Biological and Physical Sciences

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Geology Adjunct Applicant Pool - Division of Biological and Physical Sciences

Tracking CodeGEO - 2017 Job Description

This is an applicant pool for part-time temporary Geology faculty in the Division of Biological and Physical Sciences.

The areas taught by this department include: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Nutrition, and Geology.

CSM is actively accepting applications for the following adjunct positions for the Fall semester at all campus locations:

Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, and Chemistry

CSM is looking for a dynamic individual who can implement the comprehensive mission of a community college by assessing, documenting, and improving student learning through instruction.

NOTE: CSM accepts resumes for part-time temporary faculty for all areas at all times. There may or may not be a hiring need at this time in your area of interest. When applying for part-time faculty, you are submitting your resume to an applicant pool. Department Chairs access the applicant pool when there is a hiring need. You may follow up on your application by contacting the division directly at 301-934-7843.

Required Skills
  • Master's degree in the discipline of instruction OR Master's in any field AND 15 hours in the discipline OR Sufficient experience in lieu of either requirement, as approved by VPAA
  • Community college teaching and/or online teaching experience desired.
  • Subject matter/content expertise in your field.
  • This person should possess enthusiasm and passion for student learning and be able to respond to the needs of students using a variety of teaching methods including new technologies.
Job Location La Plata, Maryland, United StatesDepartmentBiological and Physical Sciences (BIO)Hiring Managercsmd RecruiterPosition TypeTemporary




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Posted: 1/2/2019
Application Due: 8/2/2019
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