Economics Assistant Professor - Tenure Track
The economics instructor will have the primary responsibility for teaching course in economics at both the associate's and bachelor's degree levels. The associate-level courses include both micro- and macro-economics, as well as possible courses in comparative, regional or international economics. The bachelor-level courses will focus on economics from the standpoint of a manager in a for-profit company or non-profit agency, a governmental unit or as an entrepreneur. Courses for bachelor's program will be offered in the hybrid mode with face-to-face classes meeting after 5 p.m. The associate-level courses will be delivered using a variety of modalities: hybrid, online and traditional face-to-face. Some associate-level courses periodically meet after 5 p.m. The instructor will advise and mentor students, participate in curriculum and program development and assessment, participate in professional and community service activities, participate in college activities, as well as attend faculty and committee meetings and perform other duties as assigned.
· Master's degree in Economics or closely related field.
· Two years of teaching experience.
Doctoral degree in economics or closely related field.
Demonstrated ability and experience in college-level teaching.
Experience teaching hybrid or online economics courses.
Demonstrated ability to serve the needs of students who represent a broad spectrum of ages, abilities, ethnicities, cultural, and educational backgrounds.
Awareness of own cultural values and biases.
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with peers.
Demonstrated ability in program development and assessment.