Online/MCC Main Campus
- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Tuesday, October 31, 2023
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Master's degree in Anatomy and Physiology, Biology or a related field with 18 graduate hours in Anatomy and Physiology or Biology from a regionally accredited institution.
- Must have LMS experience
- Ability to effectively teach online and face to face
Teaches assigned online/face to face courses in college-transfer Anatomy and Physiology.
Duties will include developing, updating, and teaching courses in an online/classroom/laboratory setting. Face to face courses will be provided at the Main Campus.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Provide classroom and laboratory instruction for students in a physical and online instructional setting
- Instruct day, evening, and online sections as needed for the program and students
- Organizing a semester course following departmental guidelines
- Create course materials (course outlines, syllabi, lesson plans, tests, handouts, lectures, slides, assignments, rubrics, models, classroom schedule activities, group work)
- Develop, prepare and grade assignments identified to evaluate student performance and based on student learning outcomes and competencies
- Determine a fair grading system
- Set up materials on Moodle (grade book, tests, lectures)
- Set up policies compliant with departmental and school regulations and requirements
- Hold student conferences as needed and required
- Maintain accurate records of student attendance and performance; maintain other records and data bases according to program needs and/or accreditation requirements. Record attendance in Self-Service
- Contact students who are absent from class
- Complete FTE and progress reports as required
- Correspond with students, supervisor, and Chief Academic Officer and provide responses in a timely manner. Be accessible to supervisor and Chief Academic Officer by phone and email.
- Keep up with grades and attendance on a weekly basis. Submit grade and attendance reports as required
- Organize and maintain a clean and efficient classroom and laboratory setting; model and instruct students on the importance of a clean and organized work environment
- Work with students registered with Disabilities Services
- Complete all compulsory training in regards to FERPA, Title IX, and Campus Safety
- Respond to student issues professionally and report unresolved issues or classroom incidents to the immediate supervisor
- Adhere to all division and campus policies and procedures.