The College: Cleveland State Community College is a fully-accredited public comprehensive community college committed to quality education and open access. The college operates within the governance of the Tennessee Board of Regents and approved by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.
CSCC celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017. Its mission focuses upon responsive delivery of the highest quality education and training at the lowest possible cost in support of workforce development, liberal arts transfer and cultural enrichment for the people of Bradley, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe and Polk Counties.
The college enrolls more than 3,000 credit students and 1,500 non-credit students in a typical fall semester. The credit student population is split about evenly in the choice of transfer or career-technical programs. The average age of all students is 28 years. All persons are welcome at Cleveland State, and the student population is nonracially identifiable.
There are over 200 employees at the college, including more than 75 full-time faculty members. Ninety-one percent of the faculty hold master's or doctor's degrees.
Situated in the scenic corridor of hills and valleys of southeast Tennessee, Cleveland State presents an attractive atmosphere in which to enjoy varied facets of an educational experience. The community offers an abundance of service facilities and recreational opportunities. The college is located between Exits 25 and 27 on Interstate 75, thirty miles northeast of Chattanooga.
The 105-acre campus has 11 major buildings housing modern classrooms, laboratories and student activity centers. Additional features include an excellent library, a multimedia production studio, dynamic classrooms, computer laboratories, a 400-seat theatre, a 3,000-seat gymnasium, athletic fields, a small business development center, a workforce readiness center, and a full-service student center with cafeteria, bookstore and student lounge areas. In addition, the college recently opened the new state-of-the-art Health and Science Center, the first new academic building for the college in over 46 years.
The college also maintains off-site locations to serve students in the northern service area. The college offers a wide selection of credit and non-credit courses at the new McMinn Higher Education Center in Athens and at the Monroe County Center in Vonore. In addition, many college support services are available at these sites, as well.
For more information on Cleveland State Community College, visit the website at www.clevelandstatecc.edu.
At Cleveland State our mission is to build strong minds, careers and communities through exceptional teaching and learning, workforce development and service. We wish to hire individuals with similar values who can help us accomplish those goals.
CLEVELAND STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
is accepting applications for the following position:
Chemistry Instructor, Term Appointment
Instructors provide quality instruction for student learning and maintain a positive learning environment in the class. The major emphasis for instructors is on teaching and evaluating students in the course. Classes are taught in a variety of formats and at several different locations, as well as online. Instructors also communicate with students between classes and are responsible for several administrative duties such as reporting on academic activity and submitting final grades.
Essential Job Functions:
- Fulfill all instructional requirements as mandated by Cleveland State Community College and the Tennessee Board of Regents.
• Utilize appropriate instructional materials and methods.
• Maintain currency in the instructional field and teaching methodology.
• Devote a minimum of 37.5 hours per week to the institution, maintain appropriate office hours, and secure approval for any commitments which might affect employment.
• Be accessible to students for advisement, academic help, and assistance depending on instructional format.
• As needed, teach during all operational hours of the college at any of the college’s three locations as well as high schools as needed.
• Participate in institutional and academic unit meetings.
• Maintain and safeguard all necessary records and report grades periodically as prescribed by the Registrar.
• Comply with Cleveland State Community College and Tennessee Board of Regents Guidelines and Policies.
• Participate in periodic evaluations.
• Support and participate in the recruitment and retention efforts of the college.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
Requirements of the Position:
• Hold a minimum of a Master’s degree from an accredited institution in the teaching discipline or a Master’s degree from an accredited institution with a minimum of eighteen hours in the discipline (Chemistry or Chemical Engineering).
• Meet the standards presently required or those which may be required in the future by the Tennessee State Board of Regents and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
• May be required to achieve additional skill, knowledge, or credentialing levels.
The educational requirements listed for this position are for the grade of instructor. However, the appointee may hold a higher rank provided he or she possesses the minimum education and experience now required or established in the future by the Tennessee State Board of Regents.
Applications can be assured full consideration if received by July 29, 2022.
Human Resources Office
Cleveland State Community College
Cleveland State Community College does not
discriminate against students, employees, or applicants for admission or
employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, age, status as a protected
veteran, genetic information, or any other legally protected class with respect
to all employment, programs and activities sponsored by Cleveland State
Community College. Cleveland State Community College's policy on
nondiscrimination can be found at: http://www2.clevelandstatecc.edu/about/policy-manual/policy-7-01-00-00