Instructor, Physics and Astronomy (Probationary Status)
Terms of Employment: Full-time, Faculty, Fall Semester 2021 Classification: Probationary Status Salary Range: $47,239 – $77,136 Fall 2021 Rate Application Deadline: Open until filled Apply online at: Apply online through the “Apply” link listed below.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: APPLYING ONLINE AT WWW.SC4.EDU/JOBS. UNOFFICIAL COPIES OF TRANSCRIPTS FROM ALL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED, STATEMENT OF TEACHING PHILOSOPHY, RESUME, AND 2 LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ALSO REQUIRED IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR POSITION. THESE MATERIALS MAY BE FAXED TO HR’S ATTENTION AT 810-989-5577, OR EMAIL TO HR@SC4.EDU.
Job Duties: - Teaching assignment may include a full range of courses within the Physics and Astronomy disciplines. - Teaching assignment may include a full range of undergraduate courses such as Introductory Physics for non-majors, College Physics, Calculus based physics including Mechanics, Heat, Sound, Electricity, Light and Modern Physics topics, Statics and Electric Currents, and Introductory Astronomy courses. - Teaching assignment may include day, evening, weekend, and/or on-line courses. - Teaching responsibilities include teaching courses, maintaining scheduled office hours, advising students, developing curriculum and participating in College service, and professional development activities. - Leadership in developing and improving our academic courses. - Community service is encouraged.
Minimum Qualifications: - Master’s degree or higher in Physics or Master’s degree in Astronomy with 18 graduate hours in Physics. - All academic degrees must be from a regionally accredited college or university. - Ability to maintain good relationships with students, staff, and community members. Preferred Qualifications: - Teaching experience at the community college level. - Experience and/or interest in using multi-media/new instructional technology in the classroom. - Openness to the development of Physics and Astronomy courses online. - Interest in collaboration relative to our Challenger Exhibit and statewide STEM partners.
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