Experience:
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Employment Type:
Part time
Posted:
6/18/2017
Job Category:
Education
Adjunct Faculty (Biology)
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Job Description

Salary

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Varies by discipline, qualifications, and experience

Pay Basis

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Semester

Job/NOV Number

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F104P

Security Sensitive Position

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No

Primary Duties:

The Department of Biology & Chemistry seeks to establish a pool of qualified applicants for future, part-time Adjunct Faculty appointments in Biology. Successful applicants may teach up to 15 semester credit hours within the required discipline at on campus sites or online as dictated by student demand, hold office hours, and assist students as needed.

Occasional Duties:

Required Education and Experience:

* Master's degree in the discipline or a closely related area with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the discipline.

Preferred Education and Experience:

* An earned doctorate in the discipline (or closely related field) with a minimum of 18 graduate hours. - Previous teaching experience at the collegiate level. - Prior relevant industry experience.

Other Requirements and Comments:

About Texas A&M International University

Texas A&M University is the site of a training school for firefighters and the headquarters of Texas Task Force One, a FEMA Urban Search and Rescue team. The bonfire rescue effort began immediately as emergency personnel were on the site at the time of the collapse and lasted almost 24 hours. Listening devices and search cameras were used to locate trapped victims. An internal investigation conducted by Texas A&M officials concluded administrative oversight, tunnel vision and poor construction practices contributed to the collapse.