Responsibilities include teaching courses in Reading, including, but not limited to, basic skills, non-transfer and transfer levels of comprehension, vocabulary development, and study skills; working with students on an individual basis during office hours and in a laboratory setting; serving on a variety of departmental and college-wide committees.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
- Teach a full load of classes.
- Participate in departmental, division and campus meetings and activities.
- Maintain regular office hours.
- Participate in assessment of learning, curriculum, and program review processes.
- Participate in regular professional development activity.
- Master’s degree in Reading
- Experience in and demonstrated passion for teaching reading and study skills to adult learners.
- Evidence of a commitment to equity and culturally responsive, student-centered pedagogy through coursework, training and experience.
- Ability to communicate effectively with both colleagues and students from diverse backgrounds.
- Evidence of a commitment of a collaborative, team environment within the department and across disciplines.
- Experience teaching underprepared (Basic Skills) and/or special needs students.
- Experience in adult education and/or transition programs.
- Experience with incorporating current instructional technology and multimedia instructional applications to meet the instructional needs of a diverse community of learners
- Commitment to student learning outcomes and student success and the ability to design instruction to meet those outcomes, using a variety of techniques to accommodate varied learning styles, abilities, and motivation levels in an open access learning environment.
- Commitment to professional growth, motivation as a teacher, and service to the college
- Enthusiasm, creativity, caring, flexibility, a willingness to innovate and an energetic, dynamic attitude
- Possession of a valid reading specialist credential.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Starting salary annual salary $52,446.87 to $80,814.66 for 177 days of service, plus family medical, dental, and vision coverage and employee life insurance (employee contribution depends upon plan selected.) STRS Retirement (employee contributes 8.56% or 9.20% depending on membership status).
Posting Number: 191
To apply, visit: https://www.sbccdjobs.com/
The San Bernardino Community College District is an equal opportunity employer. The District encourages applications from underrepresented minorities and the disabled.