Responsibilities include teaching PLANTDISEASES (HALT 1307), a college course (lecture + lab). Class topics an overview of the factors causing plant diseases. Topics include physiological disorders, fungi, bacteria, viruses, mollicutes, nematodes, parasitic plants, non-pathogenic factors, and control methods. At the end of the class, students should be able to: Differentiate between pathogenic and non-pathogenic diseases; identify common plant disease symptoms; and recommend disease control measures.
The class is scheduled on Thursdays, 2:30-5:50 p.m. in Corinth. It meets once a week from August 26-December 13, excluding November 28. Compensation is $590 per semester hour.
Subject to criminal history check.
Associate Degree in field and at least three years work experience or Bachelor Degree/Masters Degree in the discipline.
Required Skills & Abilities:
Excellent oral and written communication skills, basic computer skills, ability to teach students from diverse cultural and social backgrounds.
Degree awarded in field and at least three years work experience in the area of assigned instruction confirmed by letter(s) from employer(s) or Bachelor Degree in the discipline
Bachelor’s degree in related field.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applicant must be prepared to demonstrate teaching style during interview process.
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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.