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Mathematics Instructor - Tenure-Track - Spokane Falls Community College

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Mathematics Instructor - Tenure-Track - Spokane Falls Community College   

JOB TITLE:

Mathematics Instructor - Tenure-Track - Spokane Falls Community College

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Spokane Western Australia United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

DESCRIPTION

Community Colleges of Spokane (CCS) District Equity Statement

CCS believes that access to high-quality education in a safe and inclusive environment is the right of all individuals and imperative for the continued advancement of a strong democracy and workforce.
We also believe higher education institutions have an obligation to work toward and demonstrate progress in ensuring equity amongst their students, faculty, and staff.
Equity is grounded in the principle of fairness.
In higher education, equity refers to ensuring that each student receives what they need to be successful through the intentional design of the college experience.


SFCC is a beautiful campus overlooking the Spokane River and near the urban center of Spokane, a mid sized city in the inland Pacific Northwest with a high quality of life and quick access to the outdoors.
More information about relocating to / living in Spokane is available here: http://ccs.
spokane.
edu/Working-for Us/Relocation-and-Living-in-Spokane

SFCC is one of two accredited community colleges that comprise the Community Colleges of Spokane.
Serving about 8,200 students, SFCC strives to be an educational leader and a responsive partner with the community and region to provide access to relevant programs of the highest quality.
We offer a large liberal arts/transfer program (approximately 75% of total enrollment) as well as state-of-the-art professional technical programs (about 25%).
We strive to embrace diversity, promote equity, and foster global awareness at every level of our college.


The Math Department at Spokane Falls Community College is active in the implementation of best practices, math reform efforts in curriculum and placement, and collaborative approaches that support students across the college.
The department has received College Spark grants to support the creation of co-requisite course offerings and to construct a high school transcript placement instrument.
Additionally, the department has been supported by internal grants supporting open education resource materials, course design and curriculum resource inventories, mentoring of peers, and writing-intensive course design.
Department faculty are active in college-level committees and initiatives including the Curriculum Committee, the Data Ambassador program, the eLearning Advisory Committee, and Governance.


Please be aware that this recruitment closes at 4:00 p.
m.
PST.
The application process will not be available after this time.
To ensure consideration make sure your application is completed and submitted as soon as possible.
Applications will only be accepted prior to 4:00 p.
m.
on the closing date.


Spokane Falls Community College seeks qualified candidates for consideration of employment in this annually contracted, tenure track position.


CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Provide high-quality, effective, college-level instruction in a variety of developmental and college-level courses in the discipline of Mathematics.
  • Teaching assignments will include a wide range of courses that the SFCC mathematics department offers.
    The priority teaching assignments will be from the courses in the STEM pathway, including the introductory to algebra pre-college sequence through the second-year courses including Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations.
    Teaching courses from the Math Literacy pathway, including pre-college and college level, courses may also occur.
  • Course assignments will be on campus and may include online and hybrid sections.
  • Provide availability and accessibility to students for purpose of academic consulting and support, in a manner appropriate to meet student needs, through a combination of scheduled office hours, e-mail accessibility, or other effective means of responsive and timely communication.
  • Communicate expectations and establish clear grading criteria through appropriate instructional means, to include but not limited to developing course syllabi, handouts, and materials supporting the instructional process.
  • Evaluate student progress and provide clear, timely feedback.
  • Work strategically with diverse colleagues, students, and community members.
  • Have a commitment to advance diversity, promote equity, and prepare students to live responsibly in an increasingly global civilization.
  • Have a commitment to serving a socially and culturally diverse student population.
  • Participate in advising and mentoring a diverse student population.
  • Participate in development, assessment, and revision of curriculum in the mathematics department as needed.
  • Develop quality programs through active participation in strategic planning, assessment of course and program outcomes, and implementation of approaches to address learning gaps for a diverse student population.
  • Participate in ongoing faculty development to complement and improve teaching.
  • Participate in district, division, department, or general faculty meetings: in-service training; curriculum development: academic consulting: workshops or seminars; service on district or college councils or committees, or other activities within the scope of the position:
  • Comply with state and federal law applicable to professional duties and responsibilities; follows established procedures in areas such as printing, turning in grades, bookstore orders, office support, student financial aid requirements, safety and health issues, and related administrative processes:
  • Model professional decorum and mutual respect in all personal interactions.
  • Support and advance the CCS strategic plan, and perform other duties as assigned.
  • In addition, faculty may:
    • Instruct courses in related disciplines based upon individual qualifications and expertise.
    • Supervise and direct the work of assigned work-study students.
    • Advise student clubs or associations.
    • Advise students in their chosen pathway.

COMPETENCIES & OTHER REQUIREMENTS

MINIMUM COMPETENCIES & QUALIFICATIONS


  • An earned Master's degree in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics from an accredited institution.
  • Previous experience equivalent to one full academic year of teaching mathematics which may include a graduate teaching assistantship as a lead instructor in the classroom.
  • A commitment to working with and interacting effectively with colleagues, staff, students, administrators, and others of various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
  • Acceptance of the responsibility to promote the welfare and best interests of students at all times.
  • Acceptance of and willingness to support the role that community colleges serve in higher education, and specifically the mission, values, goals, and objectives of the Community Colleges of Spokane.
  • Ability to perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with applicable laws, regulations, and goals of the institution and the community/technical college system.
  • A demonstrated understanding of and value for the contributions that a diverse workforce can lead to the success of both the organization and the students we serve.
  • Demonstrated commitment to fostering and supporting a teaching, learning and working environment that honors diversity, equity and inclusion.

DESIRED COMPETENCIES & QUALIFICATIONS

The following competencies are not necessary for application, but having one or more of these could increase a candidates success.

  • An earned Doctoral degree in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics from an accredited institution.
  • Experience in teaching pre-college and college level STEM courses including but not limited to Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra.
  • Experience teaching mathematics at a community college.
  • Experience with teaching in a variety of modalities, such as online and hybrid modalities.
  • Experience in and a desire to collaborate with colleagues on curriculum development, and/or innovative teaching techniques.
  • Experience with a variety of technology based educational tools, such as learning management systems, classroom presentation systems, remote delivery systems, and mathematics exploration and visualization tools.
  • Experience and interest in current community college issues such as equity and diversity, student placement, advising with Guided Pathways, retention, and success.

CONDITIONS/TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT

This is a full-time, tenure - track position with an entry level base salary (for a 175-day academic year contract) of $64,303 - $ 98,735/ year.
Future advancement in base salary, up to the current maximum of $98,735, is based upon a combination of years of service accrued at our college and professional development activity.


Annual salary is comprised of base salary plus any combination of academic year overload contracts, summer effort contracts, project stipends, student club advising stipends, and/or department chair program lead faculty stipends consistent with the provisions of the current collective bargaining agreement between CCS and the Association for Higher Education (AHE).


Faculty have potential to earn up to $141,144 (average annual salary paid to our 20 highest earning faculty during FY2022/23).
Average annual faculty salary for FY 2022/23 (all faculty) was $84,641.


TOTAL COMPENSATION WITH BENEFITS: $98,735 - $118,544.


Total compensation is an estimate based upon adding the following amounts together:


  • Base compensation of $64,303 - $98,735, plus
  • Current employer-paid health and related benefit contribution rates, plus
    • Click here for a full list of benefits.
  • Median retirement fund contributions.

The actual total will vary depending upon each employee's enrollment choices.


Person hired must be able to provide acceptable documentation of U.
S.
Citizenship or lawful authorization to work in the United States.
This is an absolute condition of employment.
An offer of employment will not carry with it any responsibility or obligation on the part of the district to sponsor an H1-B visa.
In addition, the Community Colleges of Spokane maintains a drug-free work environment and prohibits all smoking in the college buildings and state-owned vehicles.
Must be able to successfully work in and promote a multicultural work and education environment.


Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted.
Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicants suitability and competence to perform in the position.
Once an applicant is chosen for a position, they are required to complete and submit a declaration regarding sexual misconduct and investigation per state law.


CCS reserves the right to cancel this recruitment without notice.
Union membership is no longer a condition of employment although this position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement.
Anticipated date of employment is Fall 2024 .

REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE

Applications will be accepted until 4:00 p.
m.
PST on March 1, 2024.
The application process will not be available after this time.
To ensure consideration make sure your application is completed and submitted as soon as possible.
Applications will only be accepted prior to 4:00 p.
m.
on the closing date.


To qualify for consideration, applicants must meet required competencies and submit a complete application packet, which includes the following:


  • CCS online application.
    *
  • Cover letter addressing your qualifications relevant to the responsibilities of the position and your teaching philosophy.
    *
  • Resume.
    *
  • References the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references.
    *
  • College transcript(s) if applicable - unofficial/copies of transcripts are acceptable for initial application, official copies must be submitted upon acceptance of job offer.

NOTE: All of the above are required to ensure your consideration for this position.
The item(s) marked with an asterisk are required attachments to your application prior to submission.


If you require an accommodation during the application or interview process, please contact HR at CCS.
recruiter@ccs.
spokane.
edu

Community Colleges of Spokane does not discriminate in its programs, activities and employment on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, marital status, pregnancy, pregnancy related conditions, parental status or families with children, status as a mother breastfeeding her child, AIDS/HIV or hepatitis C, honorably discharged veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, use of trained guide dog or service animal by a person with disability, genetic information or any other legally protected category.


Direct all inquiries or grievances regarding access and Title IX or ADA to:

Amy McCoy | Chief Compliance Officer
Title IX and ADA Coordinator
Community Colleges of Spokane
2917 W.
Whistalks Way, MS 3027
Spokane, WA.
99224-5288
ccs.
titleix@ccs.
spokane.
edu
509-279-6012

Direct all inquiries regarding equal opportunity compliance and/or grievances to:

Greg Stevens | Chief Strategy and Administration Officer
Community Colleges of Spokane
P.
O.
Box 6000, MS1004
Spokane, WA.
99217-6000
509-434-5040

Native Land Acknowledgement

We are honored to acknowledge that the Community Colleges of Spokane, and our main campuses for Spokane Falls and Spokane Community College, are located on the traditional and sacred homelands of the Spokane Tribe.
We also provide services in a region that includes the traditional and sacred homelands of the Coeur dAlene Tribe, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Kalispel Tribe and Nez Perce Tribe.


We pay our respect to tribal elders both past and present as well as to all Indigenous people today.
This land holds their cultural DNA, and we are honored and grateful to be here on their traditional lands.
We give thanks to the legacy of the original people and their descendants and pledge to honor their stewardship and values.

Position Details

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EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

98735 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707128834-d2295029d1dc9864d55928f6b5f751c4

LOCATION:

Western Australia United States

CITY:

Spokane

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DESCRIPTION

Community Colleges of Spokane (CCS) District Equity Statement

CCS believes that access to high-quality education in a safe and inclusive environment is the right of all individuals and imperative for the continued advancement of a strong democracy and workforce. We also believe higher education institutions have an obligation to work toward and demonstrate progress in ensuring equity amongst their students, faculty, and staff. Equity is grounded in the principle of fairness. In higher education, equity refers to ensuring that each student receives what they need to be successful through the intentional design of the college experience.

SFCC is a beautiful campus overlooking the Spokane River and near the urban center of Spokane, a mid sized city in the inland Pacific Northwest with a high quality of life and quick access to the outdoors. More information about relocating to / living in Spokane is available here: http://ccs.spokane.edu/Working-for Us/Relocation-and-Living-in-Spokane

SFCC is one of two accredited community colleges that comprise the Community Colleges of Spokane. Serving about 8,200 students, SFCC strives to be an educational leader and a responsive partner with the community and region to provide access to relevant programs of the highest quality. We offer a large liberal arts/transfer program (approximately 75% of total enrollment) as well as state-of-the-art professional technical programs (about 25%). We strive to embrace diversity, promote equity, and foster global awareness at every level of our college.

The Math Department at Spokane Falls Community College is active in the implementation of best practices, math reform efforts in curriculum and placement, and collaborative approaches that support students across the college. The department has received College Spark grants to support the creation of co-requisite course offerings and to construct a high school transcript placement instrument. Additionally, the department has been supported by internal grants supporting open education resource materials, course design and curriculum resource inventories, mentoring of peers, and writing-intensive course design. Department faculty are active in college-level committees and initiatives including the Curriculum Committee, the Data Ambassador program, the eLearning Advisory Committee, and Governance.

Please be aware that this recruitment closes at 4:00 p.m. PST. The application process will not be available after this time. To ensure consideration make sure your application is completed and submitted as soon as possible. Applications will only be accepted prior to 4:00 p.m. on the closing date.

Spokane Falls Community College seeks qualified candidates for consideration of employment in this annually contracted, tenure track position.

CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Provide high-quality, effective, college-level instruction in a variety of developmental and college-level courses in the discipline of Mathematics.
  • Teaching assignments will include a wide range of courses that the SFCC mathematics department offers. The priority teaching assignments will be from the courses in the STEM pathway, including the introductory to algebra pre-college sequence through the second-year courses including Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. Teaching courses from the Math Literacy pathway, including pre-college and college level, courses may also occur.
  • Course assignments will be on campus and may include online and hybrid sections.
  • Provide availability and accessibility to students for purpose of academic consulting and support, in a manner appropriate to meet student needs, through a combination of scheduled office hours, e-mail accessibility, or other effective means of responsive and timely communication.
  • Communicate expectations and establish clear grading criteria through appropriate instructional means, to include but not limited to developing course syllabi, handouts, and materials supporting the instructional process.
  • Evaluate student progress and provide clear, timely feedback.
  • Work strategically with diverse colleagues, students, and community members.
  • Have a commitment to advance diversity, promote equity, and prepare students to live responsibly in an increasingly global civilization.
  • Have a commitment to serving a socially and culturally diverse student population.
  • Participate in advising and mentoring a diverse student population.
  • Participate in development, assessment, and revision of curriculum in the mathematics department as needed.
  • Develop quality programs through active participation in strategic planning, assessment of course and program outcomes, and implementation of approaches to address learning gaps for a diverse student population.
  • Participate in ongoing faculty development to complement and improve teaching.
  • Participate in district, division, department, or general faculty meetings: in-service training; curriculum development: academic consulting: workshops or seminars; service on district or college councils or committees, or other activities within the scope of the position:
  • Comply with state and federal law applicable to professional duties and responsibilities; follows established procedures in areas such as printing, turning in grades, bookstore orders, office support, student financial aid requirements, safety and health issues, and related administrative processes:
  • Model professional decorum and mutual respect in all personal interactions.
  • Support and advance the CCS strategic plan, and perform other duties as assigned.
  • In addition, faculty may:
    • Instruct courses in related disciplines based upon individual qualifications and expertise.
    • Supervise and direct the work of assigned work-study students.
    • Advise student clubs or associations.
    • Advise students in their chosen pathway.

COMPETENCIES & OTHER REQUIREMENTS

MINIMUM COMPETENCIES & QUALIFICATIONS


  • An earned Master's degree in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics from an accredited institution.
  • Previous experience equivalent to one full academic year of teaching mathematics which may include a graduate teaching assistantship as a lead instructor in the classroom.
  • A commitment to working with and interacting effectively with colleagues, staff, students, administrators, and others of various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
  • Acceptance of the responsibility to promote the welfare and best interests of students at all times.
  • Acceptance of and willingness to support the role that community colleges serve in higher education, and specifically the mission, values, goals, and objectives of the Community Colleges of Spokane.
  • Ability to perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with applicable laws, regulations, and goals of the institution and the community/technical college system.
  • A demonstrated understanding of and value for the contributions that a diverse workforce can lead to the success of both the organization and the students we serve.
  • Demonstrated commitment to fostering and supporting a teaching, learning and working environment that honors diversity, equity and inclusion.

DESIRED COMPETENCIES & QUALIFICATIONS

The following competencies are not necessary for application, but having one or more of these could increase a candidates success.
  • An earned Doctoral degree in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics from an accredited institution.
  • Experience in teaching pre-college and college level STEM courses including but not limited to Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra.
  • Experience teaching mathematics at a community college.
  • Experience with teaching in a variety of modalities, such as online and hybrid modalities.
  • Experience in and a desire to collaborate with colleagues on curriculum development, and/or innovative teaching techniques.
  • Experience with a variety of technology based educational tools, such as learning management systems, classroom presentation systems, remote delivery systems, and mathematics exploration and visualization tools.
  • Experience and interest in current community college issues such as equity and diversity, student placement, advising with Guided Pathways, retention, and success.

CONDITIONS/TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT

This is a full-time, tenure - track position with an entry level base salary (for a 175-day academic year contract) of $64,303 - $ 98,735/ year. Future advancement in base salary, up to the current maximum of $98,735, is based upon a combination of years of service accrued at our college and professional development activity.

Annual salary is comprised of base salary plus any combination of academic year overload contracts, summer effort contracts, project stipends, student club advising stipends, and/or department chair program lead faculty stipends consistent with the provisions of the current collective bargaining agreement between CCS and the Association for Higher Education (AHE).

Faculty have potential to earn up to $141,144 (average annual salary paid to our 20 highest earning faculty during FY2022/23). Average annual faculty salary for FY 2022/23 (all faculty) was $84,641.

TOTAL COMPENSATION WITH BENEFITS: $98,735 - $118,544.

Total compensation is an estimate based upon adding the following amounts together:


  • Base compensation of $64,303 - $98,735, plus
  • Current employer-paid health and related benefit contribution rates, plus
    • Click here for a full list of benefits.
  • Median retirement fund contributions.

The actual total will vary depending upon each employee's enrollment choices.

Person hired must be able to provide acceptable documentation of U.S. Citizenship or lawful authorization to work in the United States. This is an absolute condition of employment. An offer of employment will not carry with it any responsibility or obligation on the part of the district to sponsor an H1-B visa. In addition, the Community Colleges of Spokane maintains a drug-free work environment and prohibits all smoking in the college buildings and state-owned vehicles. Must be able to successfully work in and promote a multicultural work and education environment.

Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicants suitability and competence to perform in the position. Once an applicant is chosen for a position, they are required to complete and submit a declaration regarding sexual misconduct and investigation per state law.

CCS reserves the right to cancel this recruitment without notice. Union membership is no longer a condition of employment although this position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement. Anticipated date of employment is Fall 2024 .

REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE

Applications will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. PST on March 1, 2024. The application process will not be available after this time. To ensure consideration make sure your application is completed and submitted as soon as possible. Applications will only be accepted prior to 4:00 p.m. on the closing date.

To qualify for consideration, applicants must meet required competencies and submit a complete application packet, which includes the following:


  • CCS online application. *
  • Cover letter addressing your qualifications relevant to the responsibilities of the position and your teaching philosophy. *
  • Resume. *
  • References the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references. *
  • College transcript(s) if applicable - unofficial/copies of transcripts are acceptable for initial application, official copies must be submitted upon acceptance of job offer.

NOTE: All of the above are required to ensure your consideration for this position. The item(s) marked with an asterisk are required attachments to your application prior to submission.

If you require an accommodation during the application or interview process, please contact HR at CCS.recruiter@ccs.spokane.edu

Community Colleges of Spokane does not discriminate in its programs, activities and employment on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, marital status, pregnancy, pregnancy related conditions, parental status or families with children, status as a mother breastfeeding her child, AIDS/HIV or hepatitis C, honorably discharged veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, use of trained guide dog or service animal by a person with disability, genetic information or any other legally protected category.

Direct all inquiries or grievances regarding access and Title IX or ADA to:

Amy McCoy | Chief Compliance Officer
Title IX and ADA Coordinator
Community Colleges of Spokane
2917 W. Whistalks Way, MS 3027
Spokane, WA. 99224-5288
ccs.titleix@ccs.spokane.edu
509-279-6012

Direct all inquiries regarding equal opportunity compliance and/or grievances to:

Greg Stevens | Chief Strategy and Administration Officer
Community Colleges of Spokane
P.O. Box 6000, MS1004
Spokane, WA. 99217-6000
509-434-5040

Native Land Acknowledgement

We are honored to acknowledge that the Community Colleges of Spokane, and our main campuses for Spokane Falls and Spokane Community College, are located on the traditional and sacred homelands of the Spokane Tribe. We also provide services in a region that includes the traditional and sacred homelands of the Coeur dAlene Tribe, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Kalispel Tribe and Nez Perce Tribe.

We pay our respect to tribal elders both past and present as well as to all Indigenous people today. This land holds their cultural DNA, and we are honored and grateful to be here on their traditional lands. We give thanks to the legacy of the original people and their descendants and pledge to honor their stewardship and values.


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