The Instructor has the responsibility for developing curricula and teaching Chemistry courses, as well as completing course assessments and student evaluations.
Duties & Responsibilities
Teach Chemistry courses with a typical load of 16 contact hours per academic term which may include day, evening, and/or weekend classes. Teaching assignments may include didactic, distance education, and laboratory instruction.
Provide 10 office hours per week for student advising, curriculum development, course development/delivery, textbook review/selection, assessment activities, college/program meetings, etc.
Provide professional and community service. Includes attending college and program meetings, participation in professional development, mentoring adjunct instructors, serving on campus committees, and community activities.
Foster an atmosphere of inclusiveness and support for our diverse student population.
Be committed to implementation of the mission of Rhodes State College.
Actively engage in student success and completion initiatives within a comprehensive student support design.
Foster a cohesive, team-oriented environment with all biological science faculty and staff.
Perform other similar duties as required.
Experience, Skills & Abilities
Competent in oral and written communication as well as in computer technology.
Ability to interact positively with students and colleagues.
Committed to the two year college mission and quality instruction.
Previous chemistry teaching experience at a two-year college level is preferred.
Education & Certifications
Master's degree in Chemistry, or Master's in related field plus 18 credits of graduate coursework in Chemistry, inclusive of graduate level methods courses related to discipline.