Exempt, 9 months
General Statement of Responsibilities
Teach courses in History and courses in at least one additional discipline within the curriculum of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department; engage in professional activities.
- Master’s degree in History;
- At least 18 semester credit hours of graduate coursework (or 24 semester credit hours of upper division coursework) in one additional discipline within the social sciences.
- PhD History;
- Masters in Anthropology, Political Science, Social Work, or other social science discipline.
- Previous college teaching experience;
- Academic focus on history and cultures of the American Southwest.
- Teach courses within the curriculum of the Social and Behavioral Sciences curriculum.
- Teach a minimum of 30 credit hours per academic year, at varied times and locations and using a variety of teaching delivery systems (including video, enhanced audio, online).
- Participate in the planning, development, and evaluation of curriculum, including assessment of student learning.
- Participate in the planning, coordination and organization of courses.
- Engage in creative and scholarly activities within the social science disciplines.
- Serve on college committees.
- Participate in department activities and program review.
- Maintain regular office hours.
- Maintain accurate student records
- Assist and comply with Registrars Office deadlines.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; excellent teaching skills. Knowledge of curriculum development. Ability to establish sound pedagogy and cooperative working relationships in a diverse, multi-cultural environment. Ability to deliver coursework across the Social Sciences curriculum and in a variety of delivery modes.
Required License/ Certification
Valid driver license.
- Forward a cover letter (which outlines how you meet the qualifications listed above)
- Résumé including dates of employment
- Copies of transcripts with Degree(s) posted
- A list of five current professional references with contact information including phone numbers.
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