Adjunct Instructor: Mathematics
College and Area Information
Tillamook Bay Community College (TBCC) is seeking an experienced, enthusiastic, and highly skilled candidate to serve as a Mathematics adjunct faculty and to work in conjunction with and support of the Collegeâ€™s mission: to serve our diverse community equitably through educational
excellence, community collaboration, and opportunities for lifelong learning
Tillamook Bay Community College is located 85 miles west of Portland on the beautiful North Oregon Coast in Tillamook, Oregon: the county seat of Tillamook County. The county has a population of 26,000 and TBCC serves nearly 2,000 students during the academic year.
Under the direction of and in close collaboration with the Dean of General Education and Transfer, the successful faculty member will serve Tillamook Bay Community College by teaching a variety of Mathematics courses to ensure students learn and successfully complete
their educational goals. TBCC seeks a collegial, dynamic educator committed to creating an environment of active student learning while engaging in scholarly activity and service in accordance with the mission and goals of the department and college. The successful candidate
must be able to act as a member of the team, have highly developed interpersonal skills, and have the ability to communicate with people at all levels. TBCC strives for equity and is committed to hiring and retaining diverse and dedicated faculty and staff who lead the way in
helping our students expand their knowledge and potential.
Major Areas of Responsibility
1. Effectively teach coursework in assigned discipline.
2. Support studentâ€™s academic success through innovative teaching and support mechanisms.
3. Engages in assessment of programs, course, program and institutional learning
outcomes via Student Outcomes & Assessment database.
4. Attend faculty professional development and orientations as required and requested.
1. Teach coursework that may range from developmental education through transfer level
Â ourses following course learning outcome guidelines.
2. Measures student progress, course progress, program progress and institution level progress and uses data to improve all.
3. Meets all scheduled class periods and makes up any absences promptly. May be asked to fill in for adjunct faculty in emergency situations.
4. Prepares and develops materials for assigned classes.
5. Communicates objectives and expectations of each course through multiple modalities and checks for understanding (e.g. in person, syllabi, Canvas).
6. Grades according to course objectives and reports studentsâ€™ progress in a timely manner.
7. Utilizes Canvas gradebook and Drop Out Detective to ensure student success.
8. Integrates current teaching methods and technological changes and developments into
curriculum and classroom presentations.
9. Utilizes outcome-based learning principles.
10. Uses institutional process (e.g. database) to collect and analyze information.
11. Works with Librarian to familiarize students with the availability and use of reference materials and Internet research in discipline.
12. Engages in active teaching and field best practices utilizing innovation and creativity.
13. Is not afraid to take risks, monitor implementation, assess and revise as needed.
14. Supports diversity through inviting classroom and learning environment.
15. Establishes, posts and maintains office hours and is accessible based on student need
according to policy and procedure.
16. May provide support to students outside of the classroom environment as needed (e.g.
tutoring labs, studios).
17. In conjunction with Student Services, assists with academic discipline related advising
and retention efforts.
18. Applies appropriately identified accommodations for students with differing abilities.
19. Supports student activities.
20. May mentor new adjunct faculty in discipline.
21. Works cooperatively across the college to help the college achieve its mission and goals.
22. Utilizing expertise, provide input on subject area pre-requisites for all programs, courses
23. Reviews library holdings related to discipline at least annually and recommends
materials for purchase.
24. May provide input and feedback on instructional and instruction related budgetary
needs, and development
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