Faculty, Mathematics, Part-Time and/or Substitute

Job Details


The faculty will be responsible for educational leadership and student instruction on a part-time basis in mathematics courses. 



-Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics or directly related discipline. (Minimum) -Master’s Degree in Mathematics or directly related discipline. (Desired) -Coursework in or experience using technology in instruction. (Desired)  



-Relevant secondary or college teaching experience. (Minimum)-Background which applies mathematics to the trades. (Desired)-Experience with graphing calculators and/or computers in a mathematical instructional setting. (Desired) 


Abilities and Skills:

-Interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively and courteously with students, faculty, staff, and the public. (Minimum) -Sensitivity to the expectations of students, faculty, and staff. (Minimum)-Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in written form. (Minimum) -Developed organizational skills. (Minimum) -Demonstrated sensitivity to diversity and multicultural issues. (Minimum) 




-Instruct and evaluate students in one or more of the following courses, with emphasis on relating mathematics instruction to technical programs: Pre-Algebra, Elementary Algebra I & II, Career Mathematics, Structures of Mathematics, Topics in Mathematics, Elementary Statistics, College Algebra and Trigonometry I & II, and Technical Algebra and Trigonometry I & II. (Essential)-Maintain accurate written records of student performance. (Essential)-Complete official student rosters and return to School office as required. (Essential)-Maintain office hours according to the standardized part-time teaching agreement. (Essential)-Attend department and School meetings as requested. (Marginal) 

Physical Standards and Special Job Features

Physical Standards:



Special Job Features:

-Finalists must present a sample lesson. -Candidates for teaching positions must be fluent in the English language (oral and written) – English Fluency in Higher Education Act. (Pennsylvania Senate Bill 539/Act No. 76)-May include day, evening, and/or weekend assignments. -Background check will be required on selected candidate.

Pay TransparencyThe part-time rate for 2022/23 will be the greater of $1140 per credit or $760 per contact hour, prorated for student enrollment under seven. The approved substitute pay rate is $47.50 per hour during the first week of substituting and the prorated part-time teacher rate for consecutive substitute assignments that exceed one week.College Statement

This is not a complete itemization of all facets of this position. This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. The College has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time without prior notice.

EEO Statement

Penn College is committed to equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce.

Job CodeS26/172/P


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