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Collinge, Peter (Mathematics)

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Positions Available - Fall, 2001 - Rochester, NY
Posted: Dec 1, 2000 9:19 AM
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Position Announcement - Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY

Instructor of Mathematics (three tenure-track openings anticipated)

Screening to Begin: Anticipated January 15, 2001

Responsibilities:
At Monroe Community College, mathematics faculty are
responsible for
teaching courses ranging from developmental
mathematics through linear
algebra. Successful applicants are subject to
assignment at the Brighton
Campus and/or the Damon City Campus. In addition
to teaching and
maintaining accurate records on students,
tenure-track faculty develop new
educational materials, assist with curriculum
review, advise and counsel
students, and hold office hours. Tenure-track
faculty also perform
professional and administrative duties and
participate in departmental and
institutional functions, including departmental
meetings and committee work.
Faculty carry out these responsibilities in an
effort to realize the college's
mission. The mission of Monroe Community College
is to provide a high
quality learning environment to a diverse
community. In offering education
and training opportunities, student success is the
College's highest priority; as
such, the College is committed to access, teaching
excellence,
comprehensiveness, lifelong learning, partnership
building, and economic
development.

Qualifications:
The following qualifications are required or
desirable where noted. Further
qualifications are criteria that Monroe Community
College highly values and
will be assessed, considered, and reviewed
throughout the process.

1. a) Minimum for a tenure track appointment:
Master's degree in
Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Statistics, or
Master's Degree in a
related discipline with at least 15 graduate or
post-calculus semester credits
in mathematics required; recent teaching
experience preferred. Evidence that
the Master's Degree has been awarded must be
received by July 1.

b) Minimum for a temporary appointment: Master's
degree in Mathematics,
Mathematics Education, Statistics, or in a related
discipline with emphasis in
Mathematics required; recent teaching experience
preferred. Evidence that
the Master's Degree has been awarded must be
received by July 1.

2. Evidence of successful teaching experience in
mathematics at the
secondary, college or university level preferred.
Recent teaching experience preferred.

3. Ability to teach mathematics courses from basic
algebra through calculus,
differential equations and linear algebra,
including statistics and mathematics
for non-science majors.

4. Knowledge of or experience in implementing a
variety of teaching strategies.

5. Commitment to the appropriate use of technology
as an instructional tool.

6. Experience with or willingness to learn
electronic communication within a
networked environment.

7. Willingness to work as part of a team.

8. Sensitivity to and an understanding of the
diverse academic, socioeconomic,
cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of
community college students.

9. Good verbal and written communication skills.

10. Commitment to continuing professional
development.

11. Willingness to serve students through academic
advising, mentoring, etc.

12. Willingness to serve the department through
committees and other
departmental activities.

13. Willingness to serve the college through
governance and college-wide committees.

Monroe Community College, a member of the League for Innovation in the
Community College, invites applications for faculty and professional staff
positions. We seek individuals who are versatile in their teaching and/or in
their profession, proficient with technology, open to change, passionate
about learning and self-improvement, and committed to serving in various
capacities to realize the College's mission of student success. The College
wishes to increase our representation of diverse groups among its faculty
and staff.

Monroe Community College is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity
Employer. Women,
minorities, Vietnam-era veterans, disabled veterans and individuals with
disabilities are encouraged
to apply. Send letter of interest addressing the qualifications listed in
the job description, resume, list of three
references, official transcript(s), and philosophy of teaching statement to
Dr. Sherry Ralston, Director of Human
Resources, Monroe Community College, 1000 E. Henrietta Rd., Rochester, New
York, 14623. Any person
with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process
please call Human
Resources.

Peter Collinge, Associate Professor of Mathematics
Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY 14623

Voice: (716) 292-2943; E-mail: pcollinge@monroecc.edu
<mailto://pcollinge@monroecc.edu>
Web page: www.monroecc.edu/wusers/pcollinge/



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