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Los Angeles Pierce College is hiring two Full-Time Anthropology Teachers

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  • Diane Levine
    Hi All: Please pass along this announcement to any who might be interested in applying: *Los Angeles Pierce College is Hiring two Tenure-Track Anthropology
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 7, 2013
      Hi All:

      Please pass along this announcement to any who might be interested in
      applying:


      *Los Angeles Pierce College is Hiring two Tenure-Track Anthropology
      Instructors*

      *
      *

      *Closing Date: March 29, 2013*

      *
      *

      Please copy and paste the following link into your browser to begin the
      application process for this position:



      https://laccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/714

      ***
      ***

      *
      *

      *Department: *The Anthropology discipline is a part of the Department of
      Anthropological and Geographical Sciences. The discipline includes courses
      in physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, archaeology, and
      linguistics.

      The department has a large teaching collection of fossil casts, cultural
      artifacts, and a dedicated library. The department members are active in
      the college community as faculty leaders and club advisors. They are active
      in the larger community with such projects as an archaeological field
      school, presentations at elementary and middle schools school, and
      tours/demonstrations for youth groups. They are active participants in
      professional organizations such as the AAA and SACC and have published a
      variety of textbooks and articles.

      * *

      *Duties and Responsibilities: *In accordance with its mission as a
      community college,
      instruction at Pierce College includes lower division courses. Faculty
      members at Pierce College are expected to facilitate student learning by
      designing varied and exciting learning environments. The regular weekly
      teaching load is 15 hours. Evening and/or weekend classes may be scheduled
      based on department needs. Duties of this position include, but are not
      limited to the following:



      � Teach courses over an academic year in accordance with
      established course outline;

      � Participate in the development and the assessment of student
      learning outcomes (SLO�s);

      � Maintain scheduled office hours for student contact;

      � Participate in professional development activities and maintain
      current knowledge in

      discipline;

      � Develop and update department course curricula including
      developing hybrid and/or online

      courses;

      � Develop resources, materials, and strategies, including using
      multimedia technology (Pierce

      Online Moodle) to teach students in a multicultural environment;

      � Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse
      academic, socioeconomic,

      cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college
      faculty, staff and students;

      � Devote five hours weekly to campus responsibilities (senate,
      accreditation, etc.).

      * Minimum Qualifications:*

      Master�s degree in anthropology or archaeology OR a Bachelor�s in either
      of the above

      AND Master�s in sociology, biological sciences, forensic sciences,
      genetics or paleontology OR the

      equivalent from an accredited institution.

      * *

      *Desirable Qualifications*:

      � Demonstrated experience in community college teaching

      � Demonstrated expertise with teaching cultural and physical
      anthropology, both lecture and lab;

      � Demonstrated expertise in archiving and cataloging teaching
      collection of skeletal material and casts;

      � Demonstrated expertise in teaching one of the other three fields
      of anthropology;

      - Commitment to participate in extracurricular responsibilities within
      the department and college;

      � Collegiality



      *Salary and Benefits: *The current starting range is from $47,600 to
      $74,110 for the 10-month academic year depending on education and
      experience. The doctoral differential is $3,000 per academic year. The
      District provides an excellent benefit package including medical, vision,
      dental, and life insurance to the employee and eligible dependents.


      For additional information or questions, please contact:
      Mary Fellows, Personnel Assistant at (818) 610-6523


      [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    • Kaupp, Ann
      Diane, did you get a roommate? P. Ann Kaupp ... From: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SACC-L@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Diane Levine Sent: Thursday, March
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 14, 2013
        Diane, did you get a roommate?

        P. Ann Kaupp


        -----Original Message-----
        From: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com [mailto:SACC-L@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Diane Levine
        Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2013 8:03 PM
        To: SACC-L
        Subject: [SACC-L] Los Angeles Pierce College is hiring two Full-Time Anthropology Teachers

        Hi All:

        Please pass along this announcement to any who might be interested in
        applying:


        *Los Angeles Pierce College is Hiring two Tenure-Track Anthropology
        Instructors*

        *
        *

        *Closing Date: March 29, 2013*

        *
        *

        Please copy and paste the following link into your browser to begin the application process for this position:



        https://laccd.peopleadmin.com/postings/714

        ***
        ***

        *
        *

        *Department: *The Anthropology discipline is a part of the Department of Anthropological and Geographical Sciences. The discipline includes courses in physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics.

        The department has a large teaching collection of fossil casts, cultural artifacts, and a dedicated library. The department members are active in the college community as faculty leaders and club advisors. They are active in the larger community with such projects as an archaeological field school, presentations at elementary and middle schools school, and tours/demonstrations for youth groups. They are active participants in professional organizations such as the AAA and SACC and have published a variety of textbooks and articles.

        * *

        *Duties and Responsibilities: *In accordance with its mission as a community college, instruction at Pierce College includes lower division courses. Faculty members at Pierce College are expected to facilitate student learning by designing varied and exciting learning environments. The regular weekly teaching load is 15 hours. Evening and/or weekend classes may be scheduled based on department needs. Duties of this position include, but are not limited to the following:



        * Teach courses over an academic year in accordance with
        established course outline;

        * Participate in the development and the assessment of student
        learning outcomes (SLO's);

        * Maintain scheduled office hours for student contact;

        * Participate in professional development activities and maintain
        current knowledge in

        discipline;

        * Develop and update department course curricula including
        developing hybrid and/or online

        courses;

        * Develop resources, materials, and strategies, including using
        multimedia technology (Pierce

        Online Moodle) to teach students in a multicultural environment;

        * Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse
        academic, socioeconomic,

        cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college faculty, staff and students;

        * Devote five hours weekly to campus responsibilities (senate,
        accreditation, etc.).

        * Minimum Qualifications:*

        Master's degree in anthropology or archaeology OR a Bachelor's in either of the above

        AND Master's in sociology, biological sciences, forensic sciences, genetics or paleontology OR the

        equivalent from an accredited institution.

        * *

        *Desirable Qualifications*:

        * Demonstrated experience in community college teaching

        * Demonstrated expertise with teaching cultural and physical
        anthropology, both lecture and lab;

        * Demonstrated expertise in archiving and cataloging teaching
        collection of skeletal material and casts;

        * Demonstrated expertise in teaching one of the other three fields
        of anthropology;

        - Commitment to participate in extracurricular responsibilities within
        the department and college;

        * Collegiality



        *Salary and Benefits: *The current starting range is from $47,600 to
        $74,110 for the 10-month academic year depending on education and experience. The doctoral differential is $3,000 per academic year. The District provides an excellent benefit package including medical, vision, dental, and life insurance to the employee and eligible dependents.


        For additional information or questions, please contact:
        Mary Fellows, Personnel Assistant at (818) 610-6523


        [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]



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