1. Teach a combination of Biology, Environmental, Chemistry, and Physics courses at the freshman and
sophomore curriculum levels, in accordance with the established course outlines of record and consistent
with college standards. This includes organizing instruction to achieve course and program learning
outcomes, selecting textbooks, organizing and conducting laboratories, instructing through lecture,
demonstrations and field experiences.
(FPCC Catalog on-line at http://www.fpcc.edu)
Courses to be instructed during two academic years:
CHMY 121 Introduction to General Chemistry/Lab
CHMY 123 Introduction to Organic & Biochemistry Principles/Lab
CHMY 141 College Chemistry I/Lab
CHEM 143 College Chemistry II/Lab
BIOB 160 Principles of Living Systems/Lab
BIOB 170 Principles of Biological Diversity/Lab
BIOH 201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I/Lab
BIOH 211 Human Anatomy & Physiology II/Lab
BIOM 250 Microbiology for Health Sciences/Lab
ENVS 105 Environmental Science
PHSX 105 Fundamentals of Physical Science/Lab
2. Advise thirty to forty STEM students, 10 to 15 hours monthly, during the academic year.
3. Assist in curriculum development in the STEM fields (Associate of Science – Science, Associate of Science
– Pre-Health and Pre-Nursing, Science - Biomedical).
4. Participate in the college faculty senate and college committees (program learning outcomes) as assigned.
5. Participate in faculty evaluation activities, service learning and student retention initiatives.
Fort Peck Community College
PO Box 398
605 Indian Ave
Poplar, MT 59255
6. Keep up-to-date on science, biology, chemistry, and educational issues (including techniques of effective
7. Coordinate and manage summer student research interns in biological studies (when grants and contracts
support such activities).
1. A Master’s Degree in Biology from an institution accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the
US Department of Education.
2. Documented successful college teaching experience in biology, including procedures and protocols in safe
handling of chemicals and organizational skills in managing laboratory classrooms.
3. Related professional experience in American Indian communities.
4. Demonstrated ability to relate to students and staff of varied ethnicity, especially American Indian
students, and a commitment to a culturally diverse educational environment.
5. Appreciation and respect for students (including adult students) and their role and responsibility in the
6. Demonstrated commitment to the philosophy and mission of the tribal community college.
7. Experience with Moodle.
~All new applicants are subject to a Pre-Employment Drug Screening & Background Check~