Paul D. Camp Community College is currently recruiting for a full-time Mathematics Instructor. Responsibilities include: Teaching: Creating a learning environment that facilitates studentsâ acquisition of knowledge and skills in a subject. Teaching encompasses four components: Instructional Design, Instructional Delivery, Instructional Effectiveness, and Instructional Expertise. Scholarly and Creative Engagement: Engage in scholarly and/or creative activity, which may include conference attendance and presentation, professional organizations participation, academic coursework, scholarly research and publications, and grant activity. Institutional Responsibility: Performing assigned or presumed duties according to one's role at the college. These activities support and advance both the mission of the VCCS and the college to enhance the effective functioning of the college. These responsibilities include: participate in the collegeâs development and evaluation plan for full-time teaching faculty; publish and hold office hours; serve as an academic advisor; participate in required department, committee, and college meetings, adhere to college and VCCS policies, perform assigned duties, and maintain a collegial working relationship with faculty, and staff Service: Quality participation and commitment to students, college and/or community organizations, which is an expectation of oneâs activities as a professional educator. Activities in this domain are differentiated college representation, college citizenship, and community citizenship
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About Paul D. Camp Community College
Paul D. Camp Community College is a small 2-year college in Southeast Virginia. Campuses are located in Franklin and Suffolk. There also is a center in Smithfield. The college offers associate degrees, certificates, and career studies certificates In transfer and career/technical programs; credit and non-credit workforce services and training for businesses and industries; special interest classes for the community; and summer classes for youth through the Regional Workforce Development Center. A dual enrollment program for high school students, online courses, and developmental studies classes are available at the college as well.