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.


  1. Teach a full load of classes.
  2. Participate in departmental, division and campus meetings and activities.
  3. Maintain regular office hours.
  4. Participate in assessment of learning, curriculum, and program review processes.
  5. Participate in regular professional development activity.


  1. Master’s degree in Reading
  2. Experience in and demonstrated passion for teaching reading and study skills to adult learners.
  3. Evidence of a commitment to equity and culturally responsive, student-centered pedagogy through coursework, training and experience.
  4. Ability to communicate effectively with both colleagues and students from diverse backgrounds.
  5. Evidence of a commitment of a collaborative, team environment within the department and across disciplines.
  6. Experience teaching underprepared (Basic Skills) and/or special needs students.
  7. Experience in adult education and/or transition programs.
  8. Experience with incorporating current instructional technology and multimedia instructional applications to meet the instructional needs of a diverse community of learners
  9. 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.
  10. Commitment to professional growth, motivation as a teacher, and service to the college
  11. Enthusiasm, creativity, caring, flexibility, a willingness to innovate and an energetic, dynamic attitude
  12. Possession of a valid reading specialist credential.


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.