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Posting Number: 0603056
Position Title: Mathematics Instructor
Position is: Regular full-time
Position Type: Faculty Position (Full Time/Part Time)
Department/Ofc.: Math, Science, and Engineering Technologies
This position is a full-time faculty position that includes instruction,
office hours and professional contributions to the college community to create
and innovative and engaging learning environment starting in the fall semester
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Using each course outline, facilitate student learning, provide effective
instruction in both on-campus and online modalities, and perform evaluations
of student learning for the following courses: Developmental Mathematics,
Statistics, Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Calculus sequence.
• Teach a diverse student body in daytime, evening, and Saturday classes on
the main campus, at extension centers and business and industry sites as
• Participate actively in curriculum planning and development, assessment,
syllabus writing, development of examinations, development of open education
resources “OER” (free textbooks) and selection of learning materials.
• Teach various modalities including hybrid, virtual, and online classes.
• Teach courses using a graphic calculator, currently the TI-83 and TI-84.
• Participate in department and general faculty meetings, and in the
applicable College committee activities.
• Participate in department and program level learning assessment.
Participation includes helping articulate learning outcomes, choosing and
administering measures, collecting and submitting relevant data, evaluating
student performance, and suggesting changes to improve student learning.
• Participate actively in in curriculum planning, syllabus writing,
examination development, textbook selection, program evaluation/revision, and
• Maintain an active program of personal professional development related to
the position responsibilities.
• Regular attendance on campus is required for this position.
• Mentor part-time and adjunct faculty teaching courses within the Department.
• Participate in department, division, and general faculty meetings,
applicable college committee activities, and other forms of College service.
• Participate in college professional development activities.
• Other duties as assigned.
Hours/Schedule: Hours vary based on class schedules.
Professional Instructors shall be responsible for a total of 450 contact hours
per academic year. Each instructor is expected to be on campus at least four
(4) days per week. If more than 25% of an Instructor's base load contact
hours are taught online, the Instructor is expected to be on campus for a
minimum of three (3) days per week.
All professional instructors have a year-round professional responsibility to
the College. The professional instructor's base load responsibilities shall
consist of (1) teaching/teaching preparation; (2) development and review
(including curriculum, teaching methods, learning technologies); (3)
department and institutional work (such as student outcomes assessment,
curricular improvement), (4) student recruitment and student guidance, and
(5) professional development.
Professional faculty positions are 40 hour per week positions that consist of
Base Load Assignment for Full Time Professional Faculty
• Professional instructors will hold a minimum of five (5) office hours per
• Professional instructors shall be available for five (5) hours per week
• Professional instructors shall be accountable for fifteen (15) preparation
hours per week
• Professional instructor shall be accountable for fifteen (15) hours of
classroom instruction per week
• Professional Faculty – 40-hour work week
Commitment to Professional Responsibilities: Faculty must make the work at WCC
the primary work in their lives. Faculty must work well and hard to meet the
goals of the College. Being a professional faculty member at Washtenaw
Community College is a year-round responsibility which includes curriculum
development, professional improvement and development, and other professional
Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Earned Master's Degree or higher in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or a
related Master's Degree with 18+ graduate level credits in Mathematics.
• Equivalent of two years teaching experience at the post-secondary level.
• Successful experience in teaching mathematics below the calculus level.
• Online and virtual teaching experience.
Additional Preferred Qualifications:
• Successful experience in teaching Quantitative Reasoning math pathways
• Successful experience teaching all community college level mathematics.
• Online teaching certification.
Posting Date: 04/14/2022
Open Until Filled Yes
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Please complete all sections of the application and submit required documents.
Our college strives to make a positive difference in people's lives through
accessible and excellent educational programs and services.
Washtenaw Community College seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as
a reflection of our commitment to serve our diverse community and to build on
the success of our students, faculty & staff. Washtenaw Community College is
committed to creating an inclusive, welcoming environment.
Washtenaw Community College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Salary/Hourly Rate: $61,108 - $79,613
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk ().
Do you meet the minimum qualifications for this position?
Do you have a Master's Degree or higher in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or a related Master's Degree with 18+ graduate level credits in Mathematics?