This position carries with it the obligation to uphold the Mission of North Central Texas College in carrying out the duties of the position. A commitment while embracing positive interpersonal behaviors, professional communication, diversity, integrity, leadership, stewardship, respect and accountability to our students and employees.
It is the responsibility of the teaching faculty to provide learning activities and support that will lead to the achievement of course and program objectives and to contribute to the overall educational environment of the college and community and to provide related services such as academic advising, committee participation, professional development, community development as well as other service support that is needed in the fulfillment of the North Central Texas College's Mission.
Treats students and colleagues with respect.
Active involvement in issues of institutional effectiveness including student learning outcomes, program level outcomes, and marketable skill achievement.
Focuses teaching and outreach efforts on student success.
Master's Degree in Anthropology or Master's degree and at least 18 graduate hours in Anthropology.
Required Skills & Abilities:
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Above average computer skills.
Exhibition of respect and professionalism in a spirit of collegiality.
Microsoft Office proficient.
Ability to promote an effective environment for learning in lecture and lab experiences.
Ability to teach students from diverse cultural and social backgrounds.
Community College, Dual Credit and/or Public School teaching experience preferred.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Classes scheduled during the day or evenings depending on enrollment. Subject to criminal background check. Resume, Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae & Transcripts required in addition to application. Salary: $590/Semester Hour (3 semester hour course = $1,770) Possible additional compensation for large class size.
Posting Number: 9001071
Internal Number: 4604
About North Central Texas College
Established in 1924 under the leadership of Texas community college pioneer Randolph Lee Clark, North Central Texas College is the oldest continuously operating public two-year college in the state. From its roots as a small, rural "junior" college — an extension of the local public schools actually — NCTC has grown and matured into a comprehensive, full-service community college of truly regional scope, serving students from six major campuses located across its service area.Mission: North Central Texas College is dedicated to student success and institutional excellence. The College District encourages student achievement by providing affordable, quality learning environments, comprehensive student support, and public services.North Central Texas College ("NCTC") is an equal opportunity employer. NCTC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, genetics, equal pay, or any other legally protected characteristic. NCTC prohibits harassment on the basis of a legally protected characteristic and/or retaliation for reporting a complaint.