Biology Instructor

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Biology Instructor Faculty Full-Time Job Number FACBIO Level Salary based on qualifications and experience. Description

Chesapeake College invites applicants for a ten month faculty position beginning August 2019. The position is responsible for teaching microbiology, biology, and additional introductory-level courses in zoology, earth science, and/or environmental science. Teaching responsibilities may include night classes, online classes, and classes at other sites including dedicated dual-enrollment classes at high schools in our service area. Other responsibilities include course level assessment, curriculum design, and advising students.

Requirements

Master’s degree in microbiology or master’s degree in biology, ecology, environmental science or a related field with demonstrated expertise in microbiology. Ph.D. preferred. Preference given to candidates with: experience teaching microbiology; an ability to teach a variety of courses; coursework or research focus in environmental or medical microbiology; a demonstrated ability to teach lecture and laboratory sections; and a commitment to the ideals and mission of a community college.

Deadline Date Friday, March 15, 2019 For best consideration, please send cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Please reference the job to which you are applying in the subject heading. Resumes must be in .doc or PDF format. We are unable to open or convert files in other formats.

Chesapeake College is an equal opportunity employer who values the power of diversity and the strength it brings to the workplace.

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Posted: 2/13/2019
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