Medical Surgical Nursing Faculty
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A budgeted faculty member at any level and in any college division is expected to teach 14-16 units per semester, with 1 credit hour equaling one unit. Other teaching requirements and unit definitions can be found in the faculty handbook. In addition to teaching, faculty are expected to maintain at least 5 office hours per week.
Faculty are expected to demonstrate quality teaching by:
- Clearly communicating to students at the beginning of a course what they are to learn (course descriptions, syllabi, the grading system, and the learning objectives, attendance policy etc.)
- Promoting effective student learning through assignments and class activities including the use of a variety of instructional techniques designed to meet student needs, promoting active and independent learning, and promoting higher-order thinking
- Holding classes at the scheduled time for the full period, except for emergency situations
- Maintaining accurate attendance scholastic records and submitting required reports to meet deadlines, including submission of final grades by the published deadline
- Teaching evening classes as part of regular load when assigned and at least once every two years within the needs of each division
- Conducting assigned classes in accordance with the catalog and course description and objectives for the course
- Developing methods of assessing student learning as specified in the objectives and providing feedback to students in a timely manner
- Preparing, ordering, and updating normal classroom materials (including new textbooks) in accordance with established deadlines, including routine handouts, audiovisual equipment, library materials, bibliographies, reading lists, textbooks, software etc.
- Completing administrative duties in accordance with the administrative job description when assigned in lieu of a full teaching load
- Attend and actively participate in meetings
- Current Unencumbered Maryland Registered Nurse License
- Recent (within 3 years) medical-surgical clinical experience
- Master's Degree required
Hours Per Week: 37.5
Work Schedule: M-F, with some weekends and evenings
Compensation: Commensurate based on experience, plus excellent medical insurances, paid leaves and tuition reimbursement.
Grade: Full-time, 10-month faculty
Open Until Filled - For Best Consideration Please Submit By: April 5, 2017
Howard Community College (HCC) is an Equal Employment Opportunity & Affirmative Action employer & values diversity within its faculty, staff & student population. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability or protected veteran status.
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Please provide the following documents
1. Cover letter