Adjunct Faculty - Science Division (Fall 2022)

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Job Summary

Responsible for teaching courses in accordance with the philosophy, vision, mission, policies, and procedures of the college.

The Science & Engineering Division is seeking adjunct faculty for the Fall 2022 semester. We welcome applications for a broad range of science & engineering coursework, however our most anticipated needs at the time of this posting include:

BIO 201, Human Anatomy & Physiology I (face-to-face & hybrid; multiple campuses)BIO 202, Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II (face-to-face & hybrid; multiple campuses)

Potential upcoming needs, especially in a face-to-face or hybrid modality for Fall ’22 or Spring ’23, also include:

BIO100, Biology ConceptsBIO181, General Biology IBIO182, General Biology IIENV101, Environmental ScienceGLG110, Natural Hazards & Disasters

If you have questions about our faculty needs for specific coursework, please contact the Science & Engineering Division Chair (Devin Fraley, [email protected]) directly. Responsibilities

Teaching/Preparation/Evaluation:

  • Teach assigned classes in accordance with college policy and in a variety of potential modalities (e.g., face-to-face, online, hybrid, Interactive Television (iTv), Weekend College, accelerated, evening or late start classes) on any campus, site or center as directed by division chair or program director.
  • Provide and present information, content, and context through lecture, laboratory, recitation, seminars and/or other learning venues utilizing a variety of teaching/learning styles as appropriate to the course content.
  • Employ a variety of assessment tools; evaluate grades and comment on student work in a timely fashion in order to facilitate and ensure student progress throughout the course.
  • Communicate with students as appropriate. This may include email, online discussions, virtual chats within the Learning Management System, instant messaging (IM), telephone and/or face-to-face consultations to provide frequent feedback. Refer students to appropriate college and community services when needed.
  • Communicate to students when and how they will be available to assist students outside of scheduled class time.
  • Maintain records of student progress and performance; complete and return required reports to the appropriate office by established due date.
  • Develop, prepare and evaluate instructional materials, as required by chair or director.
  • Write and develop syllabi and course calendars, in accordance with college policy.
  • Review and update course outlines and syllabi, and provide input on text selection when appropriate, in cooperation with other faculty and appropriate division chair or program director as necessary.
  • Collaborate with division chair, program director, other faculty and other programs to review and maintain the integrity of the curriculum within established college timelines or more frequently if necessary.
  • Assist in recruitment and retention of students through the development and implementation of teaching and learning strategies primarily in the instructional setting.

2. College/Community Service and Shared Governance:
  • Recognize the goals and mission of the college to maintain a positive professional and educational environment that promotes student success and enhances community relations.

3. Professional Development:
  • Are invited to attend and participate in professional development activities.
  • Cultivate development of instructional programs and knowledge of trends, pedagogy, andragogy, and new technologies.
  • Participate in the evaluation process as defined by Policies and Procedures.
Salary: $775.00 per credit hourQualifications

EDUCATION:

  • Master's degree in the discipline or subfield or
  • Master's degree in any field with 18 graduate semester hours in the discipline or subfield or
  • In disciplines where a master's degree is not offered and the doctorate is the terminal degree, or where the candidate has opted not to receive a master's degree during the course of study for the doctorate degree as a terminal degree, or where all but the dissertations (ABD) of a doctorate degree has been obtained, 24 graduate semester hours in the discipline or subfield are required.

EXPERIENCE: Varies by discipline and by specialized accreditation agency
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

Be current in subject area and possess the ability to develop, prepare, and evaluate instructional materials that promote learning, along with the willingness to utilize alternative teaching techniques and instructional technology where appropriate.

Organization

Welcome to Central Arizona College! We invite you to make Central Arizona College your employer of choice. Join our dedicated, award-winning faculty and see our quality classroom facilities and equipment. Central Arizona College is a fully-accredited, comprehensive community college with a national reputation for academic and athletic excellence. As a state public institution of higher education, Central Arizona College is a multi-campus community college serving primarily the people of Pinal County. The open door concept provides access to educational opportunities for people with diverse interests, talents, abilities, ages, cultural backgrounds, and ethnic views. We are a learning institution committed to excellence in learning; student achievement and success; leadership and service to community; and providing a quality environment for achieving personal excellence and growth. We invite you to join us.

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