The Liberal Arts Division is seeking applications for one non-tenure track lecturer to teach in our Education Program. The successful candidate must have a minimum of a master’s degree in Education, Elementary and Inclusive Education certifications, college level teaching experience, as well as a commitment to teaching excellence at the undergraduate level.
The Instructor will teach 15 credits per semester as part of the base workload.
In addition, the Instructor will assume responsibility for outcomes assessment in one or more course in the discipline, participate on college committees including Middle States, and contribute in a meaningful way to the college community. This is a tenure track appointment. The person selected for this position is subject to assignment to any college facility during any hours of operation.
Accepts responsibility for the timely preparation of student outcomes assessment efforts of the faculty in planning, collecting data, and reporting dates as they relate to course outcomes, program outcomes, general education outcomes, and developmental program outcomes. Actively participates in setting annual division goals and objectives, completing OIR reporting forms, collecting data, analyzing data, and preparing a report using guidelines established by OIR.
Develop, in collaboration with Division Dean and/or Associate Dean, course syllabi, assessments, and rubrics as part of program development and institutional and student outcomes assessment.
Teach a minimum of fifteen credits each fall and spring semester.
Maintain office and advising hours for students.
Advise students on course selection and career development opportunities.
Promote the college programs within the community.
Minimum Education Required:
Master’s degree from an accredited institution in Education and Elementary and Inclusive Education certification.
Minimum Experience Required:
Teaching experience in a New Jersey elementary or secondary classroom
Teaching experience in college-level education courses
Experience in the use of instructional technologies
Skills/Abilities/Knowledge And Other Requirements:
Availability to work weekdays, evenings and weekends
Active participation in college community The ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing. Use of communicative and content-based methodologies in teaching. Experience in curriculum development. Evidence of a strong commitment to teach and remain current in the field of Education, including both traditional curricula as well as alternate methods of delivery. Evidence of an ability to develop materials and provide high-quality instruction with computers and/or other forms of multimedia and advanced technology. Experience developing and implementing programmatic assessment tools. Demonstrated commitment to community college mission of providing instruction to students of diverse abilities, interests, and cultural backgrounds.
Internal Number: B126
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