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Full-time Temporary Faculty: Psychology (Fall 2022), #48507

St. Charles Community College
Cottleville, MO

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Social Sciences, Psychology & Behavioral Science
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Department: Psychology
Location: Cottleville, MO, USA
Pay Type: Salary
Employment Type: Full-time, Temporary

St. Charles Community College is located just west of St. Louis, in the heart of growing St. Charles County. At St. Charles Community College, we have a passion for student success. We serve a growing diverse student population, and we are committed to increasing the diversity of our faculty and staff who will help prepare our students for a global society. Qualified candidates will have demonstrated success in serving diverse student populations.

St. Charles Community College invites qualified candidates to apply for the full-time Psychology Faculty position for (Fall 2022). This position will be responsible for developing and teaching psychology courses. Courses are delivered through multiple modalities including online, hybrid, and in-person. The successful candidate will participate in professional development, engage in assessment activities, attend faculty and committee meetings, and perform other duties as assigned. The position is on-site position requires on campus presence. The Psychology faculty reports to the Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Faculty Duties & Responsibilities:

    Impart expertise, enthusiasm, and creativity in the instruction of psychology to a diverse student population with various learning styles and abilities.

    Effectively prepare and present course content, drawing upon disciplinary knowledge, skills, theories, issues, research, and applications to design engaging and effective learning experiences.

    Analyze course assessments, evaluations and data and engage in continuous improvement.

    Demonstrate multicultural competence, including an awareness and understanding of historically disadvantaged populations, and create an educational environment that affirms commitment to equity and diversity.

    Provide quality instruction in various settings (classroom, online) adapting to a variety of teaching/learning situations while maintaining an effective learning environment.

    Competently incorporate instructional technologies in course delivery.

    Seek and promote opportunities for student learning and critical thinking.

    Assess, evaluate, and document student learning and achievement of course outcomes.

    Provide individualized support to promote student success.

    Provide verbal and written feedback to students in a timely manner, including the grading of assignments.

    Maintain currency of course content and materials, including course syllabi.

    Provide academic and career advising to students.

    Establish and maintain office hours; be available for student consultation.

    Perform ongoing student, program, and college assessment activities, including analysis of course assessments, evaluations, and data to engage in continuous improvement to enhance student success, retention, and completion.


    Master's Degree in Psychology or related field or 18 hours of successful coursework in psychology.Professional practice/work-experience in psychology or closely related field.Teaching experience.Demonstrated ability to serve the needs of students who represent a broad spectrum of ages, abilities, ethnicity, education, and cultural backgroundsSuccess in being a collaborative and respectful team member.Exceptional communication skills


    Experience in curriculum development and assessment. Experience working with a diverse population.Expertise using a Learning Management System such as Canvas and using technology to enhance student learning.

Minimum starting salaries:

Instructor: $54,852; Assistant Professor: $60,424; Associate Professor: $66,427

To apply: Submit one complete applicant packet containing all of the following: cover letter explaining teaching experience and/or philosophy of teaching, resume, three reference contacts, and a copy of graduate transcripts.

After review of submitted applicant materials, on-campus or virtual interviews and classroom demonstrations may be necessary prior to candidate selection.

Applications must be received by no later than May 22, 2022 to ensure full consideration.

St. Charles Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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