The temporary, full-time, non-tenure track college instructor will be directly responsible to the Vice President of Academic Affairs and/or their designee.
A. General Scope of Responsibilities
- Practice excellence in teaching and instruction.
- Demonstrate evidence of professional growth and academic currency.
- Carry out the responsibilities specific to his/her area, department and/or program.
- Contribute to the College Community by participation in service activities.
- Contribute to the local community by participation in service activities.
B. Teaching and Instruction
1. Begin class on time in an orderly, organized fashion.
2. Be courteous to and approachable by students.
3. Follow approved policies and procedures in the conduct of all instructional
4. Use effective motivation to help stimulate a personal desire to learn the
5. Constantly strive to improve instruction through:
a. Self-analysis and evaluation.
b. Observation and study of new instructional techniques for lecture, laboratory
or performance courses.
c. The use of technology where applicable to enhance the learning environment.
d. Re-evaluation and re-definition of instructional objectives.
e. Continual revision and updating of course content and materials of
f. Attendance at the division meetings, conferences on improvement of
instruction, and such activities as may be required for self-improvement.
g. Initiation and/or participation in overall department/division wide program
development, maintenance, evaluation, revision and/or expansion.
6. Meet and assist students during office hours or by appointment at other
7. Prepare complete course syllabi.
8. Utilize standard methods of evaluation listed in course outlines or other
approved in advance by the Office of Instruction.
C. Professional Growth and Currency
Instructors are required to engage in activities, which demonstrate a pattern
academic, professional, and/or technical updating or currency.
D. Area or Departmental Responsibilities
Be knowledgeable about and abide by College policies and procedures, including
accurate and timely submission of all reports, grades and paper work.
2. Attend all meetings scheduled by the administration for planning and
3. Order instructional materials (e.g., textbooks, manuals, syllabi, and
equipment) with sufficient lead-time to ensure for use in teaching.
4. Perform other reasonable duties as assigned by the Office of Instruction.
5. Comply with the BCCD Collective Bargaining Agreement Provisions such as:
a. All full-time instructors shall be present on campus for thirty (30) hours
per week, including a minimum of two (2) hours per day on the days that they
b. All full-time instructors shall maintain a schedule of at least five (5)
office hours per week for every school week, or no fewer than four (4) days per
week as office time for consulting with and assisting students.
c. Comply with other requirements of said bargaining agreement as required.
E. College-Wide Service
Volunteer to serve on College committees.
When requested serve on College committees and project teams.
3. Participate in faculty governance e.g. Academic Senate.
See job description for complete listing of duties and responsibilities.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
- Master’s degree in English, literature, comparative literature, or composition OR bachelor’s degree in any of the above AND master’s degree in linguistics, TESL, speech, education with a specialization in reading, creative writing, or journalism OR the equivalent.
Physical Abilities: Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate office equipment, standing for extended periods of time, reaching overhead and above shoulders, walking, bending, hearing and speaking to exchange information, and seeing to observe students at work.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
$45,106 - $80,406
Initial placement on the Certificated Salary Schedule will be commensurate with education and experience not to exceed Step 12, Column V ($80,406). This is a temporary, full-time, non-tenure track position for the spring 2013 semester.
DEADLINE TO APPLY
January 1, 2013
The District is an equal opportunity employer. The policy of the District
is to encourage applications from ethnic and racial minorities, women,
persons with disabilities, and Vietnam-era veterans. No person shall
be denied employment because of ethnicity or race, color, sex, age,
religion, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, national
origin, medical conditions, status as a Vietnam-era veteran, ancestry
or political or organizational affiliation.
Interested applicants must submit:
- Letter of Application to include, but not limited to, information on related knowledge and experience specified in the job description
- Completed District Application for Academic or Administrative Positions.
- Resume or Vita
- Copies of transcripts verifying educational degrees (official transcripts required upon offer of employment).
- A list of at least 3 references with contact information.
Above materials are to be submitted to the:
Human Resources Office, Barstow College,
2700 Barstow Road, Barstow, CA 92311
Contact Human Resources for an application and job description:
Telephone: 760/252-2411 Ext. 7232
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