|Faculty members are primarily teachers and are responsible for the preparation and implementation of assigned courses. The college expects faculty members to expend about three-quarters of their time in teaching responsibilities.|
Assistant Professor, Social Science
||March 7, 2014
||Teaches 15 hours per week of courses in social sciences and be able to teach at least three of the following courses: College Skills, General Psychology, Child Psychology, Educational Psychology, Foundations of Education, Principles of Sociology and affective course offerings; maintains at least three office hours per week; recommends the selection of textbooks; participates in curriculum development and revision; curricula responsibility, including writing learning outcomes, assessment and program review; assists in development of an effective means of evaluating and establishing clearly defined grading standards and procedures; communicates and executes classroom plans effectively; clarifies to students the expectations and standards for assignments and tests; advises students and shows concern for their academic welfare; responds to college's needs, adheres to departmental and college policies and assists students in course work and planning of programs; pursues professional development and increased knowledge in teaching through avenues such as self- and graduate study, workshops and conferences; participates in the college governance process through departmental-level tasks, participates in recruitment activities and college-wide committees, etc.
|Minimum Requirements:||Masterís degree in Education, Sociology or Psychology. Two years of full-or part-time higher education teaching experience. Strong technology and communication skills. Demonstrated interest in the use of technology to enhance classroom teaching and student learning. Knowledge of student success initiatives.|
| ||Note: Position requires teaching and day and evening sections at any Atlantic Cape location.|
Candidates must send a letter and resume to the Human Resources Specialist, Atlantic Cape Community College, 5100 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. Email to email@example.com
Deadline April 4, 2014.
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