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Chemistry Instructor

Chemistry Instructor

Job Summary Teach assigned classes and perform activities related to classroom instruction. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Teach Introductory, general/organic/biochemistry and college chemistry lecture and labs. Develop lab curriculum. Course, program and institutional assessment with the analysis and reporting of data. Meet classes at assigned times. Plan course content and assign appropriate course work. Maintain student records. Evaluate student progress and assign grades. Revise course outlines, objectives, and catalog information as needed. Collaboratively select and adopt appropriate texts and teaching materials. Maintain office hours convenient for students. Prepare course/class reports as required. Attend and participate in conferences related to teaching area; membership in appropriate professional organizations is recommended. Submit budget requests and written narrative when appropriate. Keep informed on the latest research and journal articles. Attend required meetings (faculty, division, faculty development days, etc.) Assist in short-range and long-range planning. Participate in division, college, advisory committees, and community activities. Instruct students in the proper use of lab equipment where appropriate. See that equipment and/or labs are properly maintained where appropriate. Maintain supply and equipment inventory where appropriate. Make minor repairs on machines or other lab equipment when practical and appropriate. Participate in assessment of student learning. Related Duties Recruit students when appropriate. Assist in placement of graduates when appropriate. Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Required Qualification An earned Master’s Degree with a minimum of 18 graduate hours in chemistry, to teach introductory and general courses in chemistry. Desired Qualifications Education beyond the master’s level is desirable. Ph.D. preferred. Recent teaching experience in general chemistry as well as a commitment to the mission of the community college and interest in involvement in division and college initiatives are desired.
Washington, D.C.
Acquatics Instructor

Acquatics Instructor

The Aquatics Instructors develops, organizes and implements high quality aquatic programs that include all youth. Provides direct leadership, instruction and motivation for aquatics staff that creates a safe and positive atmosphere that engages youth in learning to swim and participate in water related programming. Responsibilities: Reporting any unsafe practices, equipment and environment, and takes an active role in correcting the unsafe practice, equipment or environment through proper notification. Assist in the development and implementation of goals and objectives Monitors inventory and organize aquatic equipment, weekly/monthly. Creates and shares a swimmer and non-swimmer list after completing a swimming assessment for each youth, monthly. Monitor clothing inventory (swim suits and towels), weekly. Develop, monitor and implement a variety of aquatic programs, each recreation cycle. Assures programs are motivating and inclusive. Function as Pool Operator, test water and record results 4x daily. Have knowledge of the emergency plan and assure polices and procedures of the pool are followed consistently. Assist on the planning and implementation of emergency drills. Qualifications: - Bachelors Degree in Recreation Therapy or related field or Certified Pool Operators License and experience for a minimum of 5 years, required. - Current American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification,  and 1 year of experience leading aquatic recreation programs for youth (or) Certified WSI and certified lifeguard with a minimum of 3 years of experience leading aquatic programs for youth. - CPO certification or eligible, required. - WSI, required. - CTRS certification or eligible, preferred. - Spanish speaking preferred. - Valid NYS Drivers License, preferred.
New York City