1.Develop several engaging courses within your field of study, including choosing the reading material, creating assignments and arranging a syllabus.
2.Present stellar lectures to graduate and undergraduate students that inspire strong discussions and keep students interested.
3.Remain current in the field of study through regular research, attendance at conferences and publishing in peer-reviewed journals and similar places.
4.Conduct office hours on a regular basis to provide time for students to come and talk with you about their grades, assignments and other issues.
5.Mentor students, especially graduate students, and assist them in their pursuit of their degree, such as providing academic and career advisement.
6.Grade assignments and ensure that all students remain in compliance with the department’s policy on academic integrity, including checking for any cheating and/or plagiarism.
7.Develop strong relationships with colleagues within the department and throughout the institution for an enhanced learning environment that values interdisciplinary study.
8.Participate in professional and collegiate organizations, including as a committee member, to remain abreast of all emerging developments.
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Ph.D. in a relevant field
3-5 years’ experience teaching at the post-secondary level
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Powerpoint