The College seeks to ensure an environment that is supportive of diversity and therefore, is committed to diversity in its workforce. The College welcomes applications from candidates who: *Demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to the community college philosophy. *Have excellent oral and written communication skills. *Identifies student retention and student learning as top priorities, employing innovative teaching strategies and active learning and advising approaches. *Have familiarity with and use of multiple instructional strategies and approaches that recognize the diversity of student learning styles and needs, including learning communities, and distributed learning delivery systems. *Apply the use of assessment techniques as the basis for improving student learning, instructional methodology, curricula, and student advising. *Use of technology to support learning, communication, and personal productivity. *Are flexible in class schedule and delivery of instruction. *Are willing to combine primary teaching and advising responsibilities with college initiatives, community partnerships and grant-seeking initiatives. *Are able to work cooperatively with other members of the College community. *Have a strong subject matter expertise and commitment to lifelong professional development. *Continuously improve curriculum, instructional delivery and maintain currency in the discipline. *Participate in professional development activities on- and off-campus.