Chemistry - Tenure Track Faculty
Sinclair Community College
Sinclair seeks to attract an academically and culturally diverse faculty that carries out the mission of the college with dedication, innovation and a commitment to the success of each student. The Science, Math, and Engineering Division invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the Chemistry department that will begin August 2022.
The following are six critical performance areas that define a tenure-track faculty position:
- Scholarship and Professional Growth: Maintain and seek to improve currency and competence in the discipline and as a teacher.
- Teaching and Learning Facilitation: Participate in the continuing development and implementation of the department’s curriculum through teaching that reflects a strong commitment to fostering student success.
- Assessment and Evaluation: Implement evaluations according to established standards and use assessment data to continuously improve teaching and learning.
- Student Development: Through in-class and out-of-class initiatives, actively seek to advance the development of individual students and their capacity to meet their educational goals.
- Curriculum Design: In collaboration with colleagues, actively contribute to the continuous review and revision of the department’s curriculum.
- Workplace and Community Service: Contribute to the operation and advancement of the college through committee service and other activities. Extend professional expertise to the community served by the college
- A minimum of a Master’s degree in Chemistry or related field required
- Experience teaching organic chemistry courses preferred
- Experience with up to date pedagogical teaching techniques required
- Flexibility to teach daytime, evening or weekend classes on Dayton campus as well as off campus sites required
- Flexibility to teach in traditional, blended, and remote modalities required
- Evidence of successful prior teaching experience, and ability to teach classroom and online courses required
- A demonstrated commitment to improving student learning through innovative strategies shown to help students succeed at the course and program level required
- Effective communication skills and interpersonal skills with the capacity to work successfully in a culturally diverse college community required
- Demonstrated skills in using modern educational technology, including multimedia-based instruction required