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Instruct classes in English composition and literature. Develop appropriate curriculum as updated by the state.
Teach at least 5 classes per semester, meet classes as assigned, hold office hours as directed, and provide assistance and academic advising to students outside of class. Teach in a variety of settings and formats, including dual credit, online, instructional television, hybrids and occasionally on weekends and evenings, incorporating appropriate instructional technology for the settings and formats. Work as a team member in the Literature and Language department. Contribute to the campus assessment process by measuring and reporting student learning outcomes as directed to meet THECB Core Objectives and SACS requirements. Participate in professional development and stay current in both the professional field and in current teaching/learning best practices. Serve on college committees and task forces as requested. Comply with the “faculty responsibilities” as outlined in the Faculty Handbook and the College’s Policy and Procedure Manual. Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean and Department Chair.
Required - Master’s degree or higher in English or a Master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate-level hours in English from an accredited college or university. Previous successful experience teaching in a high school, university and/or community college, and demonstrated ability to engage students in the learning process. Proven commitment to student success. Cooperative attitude, excellent communication skills and team skills, computer and multimedia skills, excellent organizational skills, and student-centered focus. Experience tracking student learning outcomes, analyzing resultant data, and implementing improvement plans. Willingness to stay current in teaching methodologies and introduce pedagogical innovations as needed for effective instruction. Demonstrated dedication to the community college philosophy and ability to adapt to and enthusiastically support challenges to public higher education in the future.
Preferred - Doctoral degree or ABD in English.
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Marilyn Power, Human Resources Coordinator, 6101 Grayson Drive,
Denison, TX 75020-(903)463-8625.