Adjunct Anatomy and Physiology Faculty (Daytime) - Part-Time - All Campuses
Basic InformationJob posting active from: April 15, 2016
Campus: All Campuses
Job Type: Faculty
Hour Type: Part-Time
The Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics Division of the Delaware County Community College is searching for Adjunct Instructors to teach day-time courses in Human Anatomy & Physiology at our Marple & Branch Campuses. Courses include BIO 150 (Human Anatomy and Physiology I) and BIO 151 (Human Anatomy and Physiology II). Course descriptions, available at https://www.dccc.edu/courses/bio.
For those who do not meet the strict credential requirements for Human A&P (see below) but wish to apply for other Biology adjunct opportunities please do not apply though this ad, apply only though our other Biology ads.
Candidates must have, in hand, a master’s degree in one of the biological sciences or science education (with significant graduate-level biology coursework), including coursework directly related to human anatomy & physiology (please denote relevant coursework on your resume), as well as requisite teaching skills and appropriate teaching experience.
Courses may be offered at our main campus, one of our branch campus locations, or on occasion split between campuses. When submitting your application package please denote prominently on your resume which locations you are available to teach at. For campus location information please see https://www.dccc.edu/about/locations/all-locations or for a regional map with campus locations please see College Locations at Google maps
Interested candidates should apply online via the link below or at www.dccc.edu. The application material should be submitted as a single completed packet and include all of the items below. Please note that if you make a partial submission (i.e. you did not have access to transcripts) please resubmit all previously submitted files in addition to the new files such that your most recent submission contains all required items.
- Current resume (please include prominently on the resume your (1) general time and (2) location availability (e.g. Fall/Spring Daytime Availability Marple Only, Summer Evenings Only [6pm on] SEC or UD, etc.))
- Copies of unofficial or advising transcripts (these should denote coursework directly related to human anatomy & physiology), and
- A list of at least 2 references, including current/former immediate supervisor.
Pennsylvania Act 153 Clearances
Applicants are required to either present to human resources current and valid PA Act 153 clearances or be able to obtain them expediently.
Helping Your Application Standout
A large volume of application packages are received some by search engine Bots and others that are either incomplete or do not meet the qualification requirements. To help assure that your application package stands out from the noise and to help assure all relevant requested information is readily accessible please be mindful of the following suggestions.
- Important: Since coursework in human anatomy & physiology is a requirement, and may not be directly discernable from your transcripts, please clearly document appropriate course work to facilitate processing of your application.
- Unofficial, student academic history, or advising transcript documents will suffice at this preliminary stage. Where possible please include all documents electronically in one submission. If adding a missing document at a later date, to assure a complete file, please include all previous documents in the second submission. Important Note: For A&P candidates transcripts are required. Applications without transcript information will not be considered.
- Please denote prominently on your resume, your (1) general time and (2) location availability (i.e. Fall/Spring Daytime Availability Marple & Downingtown, Summer Evenings Only [6pm on] SEC or UD, etc.)
- Preliminary staffing starts well before the start of the semester. Therefore it is recommended to have your application package submitted in a timely manner. For Fall courses the process starts the preceding March/April, for Spring in October, and Summer in February. Application materials are generally retained for one year.
DCCC is an equal opportunity employer.