This position will be responsible for teaching ATM OCN 100 Weather and Climate, during the Spring 2024 semester. Prepare all course materials, handouts and exams; plan and deliver lectures; grade exams; evaluate and grade student performance; and hold regular office hours to meet with students. The lecturer will fulfill administrative duties associated with this course, i.e. submitting grades.
Facilitates classroom, online, and/or laboratory instruction and assists with instructional development and design for a single course or series of courses within an academic discipline to support the delivery of quality instruction. Provides for-credit instruction in formats such as classroom, online and/or laboratory settings, including grading. Serves as an instructor of record.
90% Facilitates classroom, online and/or laboratory instruction for one or more courses, including assessment of student performance
5% Develops instructional design and curriculum relevant to a course of instruction
5% Serves as an initial point of contact for students as it relates to specific course or series content and expectations
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Required Master's Degree in atmospheric and oceanic sciences or related field required;
Ph.D. in same preferred.
Candidate should have at least one year's work experience in an education, research, or industry setting. One year teaching experience at the college or university level preferred. Candidates should have excellent teaching, interpersonal, teamwork, written and oral communication skills, as well as keen attention to detail and precision, excellent organizational skills, ability to work and complete tasks under deadline pressures, high degree of initiative and resourcefulness, and proven success and effectiveness in working both independently and in a team.
Part Time: 40%
It is anticipated that this position requires work to be performed in-person, onsite, at a designated campus work location.
Appointment Type, Duration:
Terminal, 4 month appointment. This position has the possibility to be extended or converted to an ongoing appointment based on need and/or funding
Minimum $47,727 ACADEMIC (9 months) Depending on Qualifications
There is a possibility this position could be extended in subsequent semesters to teach ATM OCN 100/101 or similar courses within the department. This position could become renewable if there is a need for an ongoing appointment.
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