Instructor, Anatomy & Physiology (9-month, Tenure Track)
Chattanooga State is an educationally purposeful community where faculty, staff, and students share academic goals and strive for high standards that lead to the attainment of degrees and certificates, meaningful careers, and a committed citizenry of lifelong learners.
We value those who:
· consistently act in the best interest of students and the College (who have their priorities right);
· get things accomplished (who execute);
· are transparent (who are direct, truthful, and non-manipulative);
· are positive in outlook (who see the glass as half-full); and
· build constructive workplace relationships (who are team players).
We have an opening for Instructor (Anatomy & Physiology) (9 mo/Term) (Fall 2021) at our Chattanooga State campus!
The role will be responsible for the following:
Teach assigned courses including both lecture and laboratory. Courses may be scheduled during the day or evening; on main or at satellite campuses; and on-ground, virtual or online. Evaluate students, monitor progress, provide out-of-class academic assistance to students; maintain attendance and grade records; assign final grades; counsel students regarding career goals; work to retain students; maintain required classroom and office hours
Course and Curriculum Development:
Develop supplemental instructional materials; use current technology in preparation and delivery of instruction; with colleagues, revise courses and/or curricula as needed; maintain updated course syllabi
Remain current within field of assigned instruction;
Acquire, maintain, and apply knowledge of current instructional methodologies and materials;
Attend scheduled college, divisional, professional development and in-service activities;
Support related professional organizations by attending meetings and serving as an officer; participate in annual faculty evaluation process
Service to Students:
Respect rights of students and access to educational opportunities;
Participate in registration process by advising, assisting students in preparing and entering schedules;
Assist in recruitment, selection, and orientation of potential students;
Support student activities
Service to the College and Community:
Assist in recruitment and selection of college personnel as assigned;
Participate in accreditation, assessment and performance funding processes;
Support and participate in college/division/department committees;
Provide input in preparation of semester schedules, faculty assignments, facility assignments and budgets;
Attend convocation and commencement exercises;
Participate in college programs;
Develop and maintain cooperative relationships with colleagues;
Strengthen relationships between the college and the community through community outreach activities
Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
A Master’s degree or Doctorate degree with 18 graduate hours in biology or related anatomy and physiology discipline is required.
Preference will be given to candidates who have experience teaching both on-ground, virtually and online. The candidate should have some skill using technology and be able to teach using a variety of formats. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience teaching anatomy and physiology lectures and labs at the college level. Preference will be given to candidates qualified to teach additional courses in the Life Sciences department (General Biology, Microbiology, Nutrition, etc.).
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Demonstrated ability to teach related courses and familiarity with educational technology and the use of course management systems to teach and develop both on-ground and online courses.
*** All applicant submissions must include a cover letter, CV/Resume and Unofficial Transcript attachments ***
Closing Date: 4/28/2021 (Must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. est.)
Open Until Filled: Yes
Requisition Number: req5427