Location: West Barnstable, MA Category: Faculty Positions Posted On: Tue Jun 4 2019 Job Description:
GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide instruction to students in organic chemistry - (CHM 251) Organic Chemistry I and (CHM 251L) Organic Chemistry Laboratory during the Fall, 2019 semester (September 3 through December 17, 2019).
Cape Cod Community College is mindful that it is not only what we teach, but also how we teach, that is important for student success. The College values evidence-based teaching that fosters retention of students and development of students' career goals. Instructors create an inclusive learning environment and teach in a manner that promotes equity of opportunity and achievement that is in keeping with the student-ready values and goals of the College.
Master's degree in chemistry (with advanced course work in organic chemistry) from an accredited institution.
Demonstrated ability to teach chemistry using active-learning strategies.
Commitment to the community college philosophy.
Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills and a collaborative approach to working with students and colleagues.
Ability to meet the challenges of a broad curriculum and a student body with diverse abilities, interests and backgrounds.
ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Ph.D. in organic chemistry from an accredited institution.
Community college teaching experience.
COMPENSATION: Anticipated starting salary - Step I DCE pay scale. Part-time, non-benefited, MCCC Unit position.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Immediate need; applications reviewed upon receipt.
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This appointment is subject to the FY2020 budget appropriations.
Appointment subject to SORI (Sex Offender Registry Information), publicly-accessible Massachusetts CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) and national background checks.
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