Full-time Instructor, Math
Dean of Applied Programs, Student Success and Innovation
Full-time faculty provide instruction aligned with the college’s mission and evaluate students’ progress to facilitate achievement of their educational goals. They generally carry a load of five (5) courses (15-16 credits) per semester. Faculty play a role as academic advisors, supporting students by referring them to College resources that supports them academically and socially.
The usual faculty load per semester is 5 courses (15-16 credits). Faculty may be assigned other work instead of teaching to meet College needs. Faculty also provide critical assistance to Administrators in developing and implementing College Policies and Procedures. Faculty members are expected to meet all responsibilities with integrity and in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local statutes and in accordance with the College’s policies, procedures and regulations.
- Deliver instruction.
- Conduct assigned classes and/or labs
- Prepare lessons that align with course and program outcomes
- Provide course syllabus (which includes grading standards, attendance policies, classroom behavioral expectations, course outline, and contact information)
- Verify student enrollment and submit grade sheets
- Utilize online Learning Management Software to enhance and support instruction
- Select materials and resources that minimize student financial impact
- Evaluate student progress.
- Keep accurate record of student performance
- Provide students with timely feedback
- Provide student assistance.
- Refer students to student support services
- Accommodate special needs students
- Be available for student inquiry and discussion
- Maintain academic and student records as required by the institution and comply with the requirements for reports and meeting deadlines as established.
- Participate in program review and assessment activities.
- Participate in committees, extra and co-curricular activities.
- Participate in faculty and self-evaluation processes, including continuous improvement efforts
- Complete training required to perform effectively and remain current with trends in the discipline and higher education.
- Attend faculty and college meetings.
- Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff.
- Demonstrate responsible and proper use of college resources.
- As a member of the college community, faculty and staff should perform their professional responsibilities in accordance with the goals, missions, and plans of the department, program, division, and College, in addition to contributing to the creation of a collegial culture.
- Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
- Master’s Degree in Math or related discipline,
- Bachelor’s Degree and 18 credit hours of graduate-level coursework in Math or closely related discipline
- Two years of teaching experience in a higher education setting strongly preferred.
- Experience with Blackboard or similar online Learning Management System preferred.
- Professionalism, student-oriented, ability to maintain confidentiality, excellent written and oral communication, and good decision making.
Erie County Community College is committed to and affirms a policy of equal employment opportunity to all applicants, employees, and students without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national or ethnic origin, disability, genetic information, gender identification, status as a disabled or Vietnam era veteran, or any other legally protected characteristic and to provide every individual with the ability to work in a safe, productive and professional work environment that is free from discriminatory practices.