Instructor of GovernmentType of Position:
Full time instructor in the Government Department that will report to the Director of the division and/or the program director. The role and mission of LSCO places major emphasis upon the teaching component. Therefore, the instructional faculty positions at LSCO have an emphasis on teaching, scholarship, and service. Duties and responsibilities shall include, but are not limited to, the following described as ATF (ACADEMIC TRANSFER FACULTY)Qualifications:
· Faculty members shall be responsible for the content, quality and effectiveness of the curriculum. · Faculty members shall be under the direct supervision of the appropriate division chairpersons or academic dean.· Teach assigned classes (GOVT) according to approved course syllabi and minimum competencies;· Arrive on time for classes or notify the division chairperson or academic dean as early as possible of an inability to meet a class;· Schedule, post and keep office hours as required by LSCO policy;· Keep class record books, keys, lesson assignments and other necessary materials or equipment available for substitute instructors;· Assist with advisement, counseling, and registration of students;· Submit all required student grade reports to the registrar’s office on schedule;· Maintain accurate attendance records for all classes;· Attend all faculty meetings, commencements and other special meetings called by the division chairperson, deans, provosts, or the College president;· Inform the administration regarding all matters affecting the welfare of students, faculty and the institution;· Participate in curriculum development, including the establishment of departmental learning outcomes, and the reporting of learning outcomes results as required by departmental procedures;· Recommend the purchase of library books and selection of textbooks and other instructional materials; · Measure student performance including the preparation, administration, grading, and evaluation of tests, papers, examinations, and research projects, etc., reporting grades, and participation in the assessment of course and program outcomes. · Conduct assessment and evaluation of Student Learning Outcomes for each course, department or program outcomes, and general education student learning outcomes as appropriate. · Serve on institution and affiliated committees. · Subject to teaching assignment at LSCO campus and/or dual creditsites.· Subject to teach by any instructional delivery method, including online, hybrid, and/or face-to face.· Perform other duties as assigned by the division chairperson, deans, provosts, or College president.
This is a non-tenured full time faculty position.
Possess a master’s degree in the teaching discipline or possess a master’s degree in any discipline, with 18 graduate hours in the teaching discipline. Additional license or certification may be needed as required by assigned teaching discipline. Salary:
College teaching experience preferred, preferably at a Community College or 2 year institution or credentialed dual credit instructor. Experience teaching Distance learning courses preferred.
This position is security-sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of the Texas Education Code §51.215.
salary based on LSCO faculty salary schedulePosting Number: