Instructor, Anthropology Full Time, Tenure Track September 2019*

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Position Information Job Title Instructor, Anthropology Full Time, Tenure Track September 2019* Working Title Instructor, Anthropology/Geography Requisition Number 063182 Department Sociology/Human Geography Location Lincroft Job Description The Business and Social Science Institute is seeking a full-time Anthropology Instructor to teach a variety of courses in all the subfields of anthropology, engage students in ethnographic and/or archaeological fieldwork, and assist in assessing, reviewing, and developing the curriculum for anthropology. In addition to a teaching load of 15 contact hours per semester and five office hours per week, the faculty member is expected to actively participate in department, institute, and college-wide committees and activities as well as demonstrate continuous professional development and a commitment to both Brookdale's mission and its College community. Description of Duties/Selection Criteria Teach 100 and/or 200- level anthropology courses that may include specialized anthropology courses offered in the department.

Design and deliver curriculum, evaluate and report student progress, and maintain office hours to meet with students.

Develop engaging teaching pedagogies that encourage student learning.
Contribute to an enriching academic environment through teaching excellence.

Demonstrate a commitment to continued professional growth and productive scholarship.

Participate in the College's student success and completion efforts.
Engage students in academic and professional opportunities through curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Demonstrate a willingness to fulfill as necessary any roles deemed essential by the department.

Maintain a robust curriculum through assessment.
Provide significant service to the department, institute, and College Minimum Qualifications Masters in Anthropology from an accredited institution. Ability to teach survey courses in any of the four subfields, as well as specialty courses at the 100 or 200-level. Evidence of well-developed written, verbal, and interpersonal communication abilities.
Ability to teach any of the department's Anthropology courses. Please see course listing and descriptions in the BCC catalog online at www.brookdalecc.edu. Commitment to continued professional growth and departmental service. Evidence of understanding about and commitment to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college.
Evidence of technical literacy and a demonstrated willingness to maintain skills as technology changes. Evidence of scholarship. Commitment to supporting an inclusive environment on campus. Evidence of respect for and understanding of people with diverse backgrounds, abilities, and needs. Preferred Qualifications & Special Considerations (i.e. overtime, expertise in, physical requirements, flexible in schedule, travel, preferred qualifications, etc) ABD (near completion) or Doctorate in Anthropology.
Some coursework in geography and/or archaeology, with the potential to run an archaeological field school.
Recent college teaching experience.
Demonstrated interest and experience in 100 and 200 level Anthropology courses, including general education courses.
Evidence of teaching as a prime career focus.
Knowledge of, or experience in, implementing a variety of teaching strategies.
Evidence of engagement in a professional organization.
Knowledge of Monmouth County and its communities. Special Instructions to Applicants Complete online application process will include cover letter, current curriculum vitae, unofficial copy of graduate transcripts, and online application completed in its entirety to include three references with contact information. Unofficial copy of transcripts may also be sent via email to [email protected], fax to 732-224-2970, or regular mail to Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, NJ 07738, Attention: Human Resources.

(Faculty members teaching extra courses or working additional hours during the academic year and in the summer receive additional compensation.)

*This position may be staffed at the Assistant Professor level.

Candidates invited for an in-person interview may be required to present a teaching demonstration. Pay Rate High $50's -subject to current College contract negotiations Pay Basis Annually Job Open Date 04-18-2019 Job Close Date 05-12-2019 Job Category Faculty Duration, If Temporary: Job Type FT-10mo Grade/Rank Desired Start Date: Hours Residency Requirement NJ Residency function checkForSelectedStatus(){ return true;}

 

 

 

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Posted: 4/20/2019
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