COA - Elizabeth City
1208 N. Road St
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Saturday, December 3, 2022
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Master's degree with 18 graduate semester hours in Mathematics or related field from a regionally accredited college or university.
- Student centered approach to education.
- Commitment to teaching in a comprehensive community college.
- Master's degree in Mathematics from a regionally accredited college or university.
- Two years' teaching experience at the post-secondary level.
- Experience teaching via internet and/or web conference.
**Open until filled**
Review Date: November 17, 2022
Position subject to availability of budgeted funds
FSLA: Faculty, Exempt
Salary is based on experience.
9 Month Position
The role of the Instructor, Academic Foundations - Mathematics is to provide knowledge in his/her field of expertise and to promote various student-centered learning activities that will stimulate an interest is critical thinking, growth mindset and a desire for life-long learning. Various teaching strategies, learning styles, and delivery methods, including new technology systems, will be utilized to reach this goal.
The Instructor, Academic Foundations - Mathematics receives supervision from the Program Coordinator, Academic Foundations.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
- Teach Co-requisite and development education (CoDE) classes, as well as curriculum mathematics classes.
- Prepare, teach and evaluate assigned instructional courses (classroom, lab).
- Teach evening classes, classes at other campuses and/or off-site locations, distance education classes, internet classes or hybrid classes based on instructional and/or staffing needs as required.
- Serve as the lead instructor for developmental mathematics classes.
- Participate in regional and statewide CoDE mathematics professional development.
- Update course syllabi to reflect changes.
- Develop supplemental teaching materials to augment courses.
- Implement new teaching strategies as appropriate.
- Evaluate textbooks for relevancy, quality and currency, making recommendations as necessary per established policy.
- Maintain accurate records of students' attendance and performance.
- Submit reports in an accurate and timely manner.
- Participate in development of curriculum course schedule.
- Participate in planning to identify needed courses (current and future).
- Adhere to assigned teaching load/hours.
- Make recommendations for assigned courses based on evaluation criteria/process.
- Make recommendations for new courses per constraints of common course library and/or NCCCS guidelines.
- Integrate new technology in instructional delivery methods.
- Implement college goals as related to the instructional area.
- Participate in development, implementation, and evaluation of the goals, objectives, activities and operations of the instructional area of the college.
- Participate in an annual review of the instructional program.
- Supply information/data for the annual department budget based on stated goals.
- Adhere to/enforce policies and procedures related to academic area.
- Integrate teaching methods that are student oriented/student focused.
- Submit requests for instructional supplies as needed.
- Maintain a hazard-free environment and practices safety in the classroom.
- Provide guidance and advice to assigned student advisees.
- Assist advisees with registration.
- Maintain weekly student/office hours per college guidelines or as designated by off-campus assigned location.
- Attend advising workshops and remain current in new technologies regarding registration.
- Keep students advised of their progress in class.
- Write letters of recommendations for students on request, if appropriate.
- Participate in student recruitment activities.
- Incorporate retention strategies to encourage students to stay in programs.
- Stay abreast of new developments and changes in the academic field.
- Participate in professional development, as appropriate, as related to: instructional area, new teaching methods, new technology, and professional organizations - locally, statewide, and nationally.
- Request funding necessary to participate in professional development activities.
- Assist with faculty recruitment, orientation and mentoring.
- Participate in activities that enhance the college mission.
- Participate in the college's Institutional Effectiveness Plan.
- Participate in the Faculty Senate.
- Serve on college's standing committees and ad hoc committees as requested.
- Attend all convocations, graduations and other college meetings as scheduled.
- Serve as advisor to student clubs or organizations as appropriate.
- Participate in administrative activities related to student admissions, progression and graduation, as requested.
- Adhere to college's policies and procedures.
- Perform other duties as assigned.