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Instructor in Biology
THIS IS A 9 MONTH FACULTY CONTRACT. COMPENSATION IS ISSUED OVER A 12 MONTH PERIOD. (Summer classes are paid on a per credit hour basis and not part of the 9-month contract.)
Duties & Responsibilities
- Prepare and teach the lecture and lab for 1000 and 2000 level courses in Human Anatomy and Physiology, Biology, and non-majors science.
- Teach 15 credit hours each fall and spring semester.
- May include day, evening, online, live online, hybrid, and mixed mode courses.
- Teaching assignment may include courses provided for high school students under the provisions of the dual credit policy of the state of New Mexico.
- The instructor may teach additional courses, including courses for area high school students as part of the contract or on an overload basis, by agreement with the Division Chair and Executive Vice President.
- Consult with students during office hours and participate in orientation, registration, committees, councils, in-service, student advisement, and professional development activities.
- In collaboration with other members of the division, determine course content and curricula.
- Fulfill all functions of a faculty member, including those related to teaching, faculty service, assessment of student academic achievement, and professional development.
- Participate in college-wide studies and projects, providing information as requested.
- Demonstrate or actively work to attain proficiency with such technologies as may be useful in instruction, including personal computers, presentation software, computer-generated tutorials, and learning management systems.
- Instructor will be required to set up, teach, and take down all labs for the courses taught.
Requires frequent and continuous sitting/moving about, continuous use of fine motor skills, and pushing and pulling of up to 20 lbs.
Hours vary based on course requirements. Occasional evening and weekend hours may be required.
REQUIRED APPLICATAION MATERIALS:
All applicants must submit the following application materials in support of their application of employment (in the CV section of application):
- An updated Curriculum Vitae (CV) or resume.
- A cover letter
- Copy of Unofficial transcripts
A Masters degree in Biology or a related field. To teach Human Anatomy & Physiology, 18 graduate-level hours in Human Biology are also required. Graduate studies must indicate preparation to teach 1000 and 2000 level courses in the following: Human Anatomy and Physiology (BIOL 2210C and BIOL 2225C), General Biology for non-majors (BIOL 1110C), Introductions to Human Anatomy and Physiology for non-majors (BIOL 1130C), Principles of Biology: Cell and Molecular Biology (BIOL 2110C), Principles of Biology: Genetics (BIOL 2410C), and Microbiology (BIOL 2310C). College level teaching is preferred. Desirable attributes include a familiarity with current issues and practices in the teaching field and the capacity to utilize current technology to enhance instruction. Strong commitment to quality teaching, student success, and academic excellence is required. Duties are performed in the context of a comprehensive community college; understanding of the community college mission and philosophy will be critical to success.
As an EEO employer, Clovis Community College will not discriminate in our employment practices based on an applicants race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, serious medical condition or status as a protected veteran or spousal affiliation. Clovis Community College hires only U.S. citizens and individuals lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.
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