Teaching and learning is the primary activity of faculty. As such, Allegany College of Maryland (ACM) cultivates a climate that enhances teaching and learning, and that supports the activities that foster a learning centered college. At ACM, our vision of teaching excellence is one that: motivates students to develop pride, passion, and personal responsibility in their education; demonstrates content expertise; creates academic processes and experiences that positively impact student learning; engages students in meaningful learning; and that connects students, faculty and staff in an academic community that fosters lifelong learning and student success.
The primary responsibility of Faculty is to effectively teach courses within their discipline area(s). An effective, professional educator will plan, organize, teach, assess, advise, remediate, and provide timely feedback to promote and guide student learning in alignment with Allegany College of Maryland (ACM) learning-college values. Additionally, faculty will meet their obligations to their department/division, and will be empowered to choose opportunities relevant to their professional development and service to the institution and/or community.
The primary teaching site will be at the Cumberland Campus in the Evening Nursing Program, with the possibility of teaching at the Bedford Campus or at the Garrett Location. This position may require some teaching in the day nursing program.
Education, Experience and Specialized Skills:
Responsible for course planning, and for teaching, coordinating, and evaluating students in the classroom, campus lab and clinical area. Additional responsibilities include: curriculum development, recruitment and advising.
Internal Number: 1060
About Allegany College of Maryland
Allegany College of Maryland is a high quality, low cost educational community college with its main campus set in the mountains of Maryland's Allegany County and a branch location in Pennsylvania's Bedford County. ACM offers a variety of employment opportunities. All of these positions create a connection to the local community and continues the college's commitment to offering a "personal touch."