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Adjunct Professor - Chemistry|
TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:
|The Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Physics Department has an opening for Part-Time instructors to teach two sections of Organic Chemistry Lab, Tuesday and Thursday evening classes beginning Fall 2013 semester.|
- On a part time basis:
- Instructs students in specialized and general areas of a broad field of specialization;
- Assists in the preparation of course outlines, descriptions and lesson plans as required by Department Chair;
- Prepares and grades tests, work sheets and projects to evaluate students;
- Maintains a class record and attendance book;
- Assists students as faculty adviser in problems related to departmental offerings. Provides tutorial help as required by those students. Refers students to others for specific problem solving.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Thorough knowledge of subject matter;
- Good knowledge of teaching techniques and theory;
- Ability to plan and present instructional material in a clear, logical and concise manner;
- Ability to maintain proper teacher-student relationship;
- Sound professional judgment;
- Initiative and resourcefulness;
|Physically capable of performing the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
- Master's Degree, PhD preferred;
- Must possess appropriate educational background, experience and a commitment to laboratory safety.
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