Teach foundational chemistry courses to students preparing for transfer to four-year institutions or fulfilling natural science requirements for the Associate of Arts degree or other two-year programs of study. Monitor and assess student-learning outcomes. Serve as an active member of the Chemistry Department and the Lake Superior College community.
Master’s degree with a major in chemistry or
Master’s degree in any discipline/field with a minimum of 18 graduate semester credits (27 graduate quarter credits) in chemistry.
Experience teaching aspects of chemistry, general chemistry, and organic chemistry at the college level.
Experience teaching lecture and hands-on lab courses.
Experience with managing chemicals and lab supplies in a college lab setting.
Experience with teaching online and/or utilizing online learning platforms and other instructional technology.
Experience with, and commitment to, working with diverse populations.
A record of participation in college community (e.g. committees, club adviser, etc.).
Commitment to departmental participation, vision, and planning.
Experience with assessment of student learning, both instructionally and institutionally.
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State of Minnesota benefits package to include medical and dental. View complete benefit plan at http://www.mn.gov/mmb/segip
Desired Start Date: 08/18/2021
Internal Number: 1531
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