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Instructor of Mathematics

Lamar State College-Orange
Orange, TX

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Engineering & Mathematics, Mathematics, Statistics
Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Job Details

Job Title:

Instructor of Mathematics

Type of Position:



GENERALThe role and mission of LSCO place major emphasis on the teaching component. Therefore, the instructional faculty position at LSCO emphasizes teaching, scholarship, and service. The apportionment of responsibilities may be modified for a specific position and for a specific semester due to classes not making or other variables that affect teaching assignments. Faculty will be expected to teach assigned classes according to approved course syllabi or the instructional dean.Each faculty member will schedule office hours, including the regular working hours (Mon-Fri 8:00 – 5:00), not excluding evening hours when classes are in session. During these office hours, the faculty member will be available to counsel students and will be available for departmental, divisional, and institutional obligations. Refer to the current faculty handbook for minimum office hour requirements. Additional events, committee meetings, professional development sessions, graduations, convocations, etc., require the attendance of faculty outside of their posted office hours or the typical working day.


A. Teaching:

  • Classroom preparation, supervision, and instruction in face-to-face, online, hybrid, or HyFlex deliveries, as needed and determined by the College Administration.
  • Field-based or off-campus instruction, as needed and determined by the College Administration.
  • Laboratory design, preparation, instruction, supervision, and other associated responsibilities related to courses assigned.
  • Student performance measurement, including:
    • Preparation, administration, timely grading, and evaluation of classroom assignments, tests, papers, examinations, research projects, etc.,
    • Reporting of grades on or before the deadline provided by the Registrar;
    • Assessment, reporting, and artifact submission of student learning outcomes, course-level, and program-level outcomes.
  • Student interactions to provide course-level support, academic advisement, assistance with degree plans, registration, and course assistance.
  • Coordination and supervision of student activities directly related to the academic program.
  • Experiments in teaching methods and teaching-oriented research, including developing and implementing effective learning environments.
  • Timely selection and procurement of books, films, and other materials for the classroom, library, learning center, or laboratory use.
  • Periodic evaluation of library holdings and recommendations of books and other materials to be ordered by the library or Gator Success Center.
  • Development of new courses and programs of study, including web-based and other technology-based instruction.
  • Active participation in curriculum development, including establishing program and student learning outcomes and reporting learning outcomes as required by departmental procedures.
B. Professional Development and Pedagogy Advancement:
  • On-going reading and research to maintain proficiency and growth in one’s field of professional specialization.
  • Attend professional development opportunities regularly, as the College Administration requires.
  • Holding membership or office in professional associations.
  • Attend and participate in professional association meetings, conferences, and conventions.
C. Service:
  • Support student success by assisting with and participating in commencement, PTK inductions, and other related ceremonies. The minimum required commencement participation is listed in the current faculty handbook.
  • Serve on institutional and affiliated committees.
  • Serve on professional association committees.
  • Participate in college-wide assessment activities.
  • Participate in institutionally sponsored activities to recruit students.
  • Interview and screen candidates for faculty and staff appointments.
  • Coordinate, advise, and supervise student organizations or activities not directly related to the academic program.
  • Student support with academic advisement, assistance with degree plans, registration, and graduation assistance.
  • Participate in sponsored community service or community projects.
  • Volunteer tutoring support at Gator Success Center.
D. Other:
  • Comply with Office Hour requirements outlined in this Job Description and the Faculty Handbook
  • Be available to counsel students
  • Be available for departmental, divisional, and institutional meetings
  • Attend required committee meetings, required events, required professional development sessions, required graduations, required convocations, and even those scheduled outside of the typical working day
  • Other duties as assigned by College Administration.
  • Faculty members who serve as Student Organization/Club Sponsors have significant responsibility for student and campus activities and are therefore considered a Campus Security Authority (CSA) under the federal Jeanne Clery Act. Faculty members who serve as a Student Organization/Club Sponsor will be responsible for reporting information in compliance with the Clery Act.


Education:Education commensurate with the specific instructional assignment is required. Academic transfer faculty (MATH courses) must:· Hold a master’s degree or higher in the teaching discipline;
· OR: Hold a master’s degree in any discipline, with 18 graduate hours in the teaching discipline.

College teaching experience is preferred. For technical programs, pertinent job experience outlined in the minimum faculty credential standards is required.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Must demonstrate sensitivity to, and understanding of, the unique needs of students with diverse backgrounds. Must comply with established college standards and policies.

Physical Requirements

Requires sitting, standing, walking, talking and seeing. Requires some lifting, pushing, pulling, carrying heavy objects, driving, operating equipment, , and other office equipment. Requires stooping and bending.

Security Sensitive

This position is security–sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of the Texas Education Code §51.215.


based on faculty salary schedule

EEO Statement:

Lamar State College Orange is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including and as it pertains to pregnancy and wages), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability, age, genetic information, protected veteran status, and/or retaliation.

Lamar State College Orange's Annual Security Report:

We value the safety of all members of the Gator Community at our beautiful campus on the Sabine River. LSCO publishes an Annual Security Report that provides information regarding campus Safety & Security, including topics such as crime reporting policies, information regarding programs to prevent dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, the procedures the College will follow when one of these crimes is reported, and other matters of importance related to security on campus. The report also contains information about crime statistics for the three most recent calendar years concerning reported crimes.

If you would like to receive a paper copy of the Annual Security Report, you can stop by the Safety and Security Department, located in the Academic Center, Room 149, during regular business hours. You can request that a copy be mailed to you by calling 409-882-3910 or emailing

You can also find the report on our website at

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Working at Lamar State College-Orange

For more than 50 years, LSCO has provided an affordable, quality education in an environment that emphasizes friendly service and personal attention.

Lamar State College Orange currently has a student body of approximately 2,648. Two-year academic programs are offered in business, communication, computer science, criminal justice, education, liberal arts, theater, natural science and sociology. These academic programs lead to associate of science degrees and will transfer to four-year institutions for students seeking baccalaureate degrees. Thirty technical programs are available, leading to associate of applied science degrees, certificates of completion and institutional awards. Some of these degrees include process operating and industrial technology, instrumentation, and medical office. Customized training programs to meet the needs of local business and industry and offered through the Continuing and Workforce Education Department.

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