Assistant Professor of Biology/Human Anatomy and Physiology
Academic Programs | North East, MD | Full Time
Founded in 1968 to meet the post-secondary and continuing education needs of Cecil County residents, Cecil College has been serving the community and shaping its future for nearly 50 years. The College is governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the governor. The College’s fifth president, Dr. Mary Way Bolt, reports directly to the Board of Trustees.
Cecil College is centrally located in Maryland’s most northeastern county, just one half mile from Interstate 95. It is easily accessible from Philadelphia and Baltimore, as well as from Wilmington, Delaware.
With a diverse student population, Cecil College enrolls approximately 2,500 credit students and 3,400 non-credit students. Cecil offers associate degrees, certificate programs and non-credit classes. Cecil offers a variety of associate degree and certificate programs.
Through its open admissions policy, Cecil College provides learning opportunities for all who have the desire and ability to benefit from its courses and programs, regardless of age, gender, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, disability, or socioeconomic status.
Cecil College seeks qualified applicants to fill a full-time Assistant Professor of Biology position beginning in the fall of the 2020-2021 academic year. Cecil College fosters a collegial working environment, is dedicated to student success, and ranks among the nation's leaders in faculty/student engagement.
Responsibilities include primarily teaching anatomy & physiology, but also some nutrition and/or general biology.
Salary is dependent on academic preparation and experience.
This full-time, 10-month, renewable position begins August 2020.
Assume other work related responsibilities as assigned by the Division Chair, the Dean of Academic Programs, the Chief Academic Officer, or the President or his designee.
Master's degree in Biology or a strongly related field. Experience teaching Anatomy & Physiology at the community college level is preferred. Candidates must be willing to teach day and evening classes. Must have familiarity with the use of technology (online learning management systems, etc).
For best consideration, please apply by January 31, 2020.