The Instructor is responsible for providing and sustaining an effective learning environment for every student through well- prepared classes, relevant assignments, fair and holistic assessment of learning, clear documentation and feedback on student progress, and support of academic success for all students. The Instructor is responsible for maintenance of professional competence through engagement in documented professional development activities, for engagement in documented faculty development activities that enhance the ability to provide effective instruction and for participation in departmental and campus-wide activities. The Instructor works under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Education, Program Director, or his/her designee.
– Education requirement varies by field of instruction:
- For Non-degreed-areas: Associate’s Degree, documented specialized competency in field of instruction, or equivalent work experience in the field of instruction
- For Degreed-areas: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience in the field of instruction.
- For General Studies and Specific Courses in some areas of instruction: Master’s Degree, or equivalent work experience in the field of instruction. ⁻
Industry certification in field of instruction if required by industry, or demonstrated knowledge equivalent to the certification. ⁻
2 years of experience in academic instruction in a post-secondary environment ⁻
2 years of industry experience in the field of instruction.
Additional requirements for Pharmacology and Anesthesiology Instructor:
- Must be a Doctor of Pharmacy or a Registered Nurse
3 years of experience in academic instruction in a post-secondary environment
5 years of experience in the field of instruction
Working knowledge of federal/state government education regulations