Instructional tech position at CSUSM

The physics department at Cal State San Marcos is looking for an instructional tech… details below. We are in north San Diego county, have a large, vibrant undergraduate physics program, and are a friendly, welcoming department.

We are hiring for an entry level Technician in the Physics Department to support the instructional labs and various classes M-F 11 am -7:30 pm. If you know of someone who might be good for this position (including yourself), please spread the word. The job posting is at:


Physics Job Opening at CSUDH

Dear Professors of SCAAPT,

CSUDH has two sections of physics available for candidates with Masters degrees or PhDs:

SMT 310-08 (LEC)  TTh 17:30-18:45
SMT 310-09 (LEC)  TTh 14:30-15:45

Both classes are 3 WTU.  Classes start next week.

Contact John Price:
SMT 310
An assessment of the interrelationships of Science and Technology.
Study of the development of technological advances and the scientific
principles behind them.

New Physics Teacher Workshop

Dear Physics Teachers and Professors,

We have the dates of our Fall New Physics Teacher Workshops.  They will be on SAT Aug 18 @ USC and SAT Sept 8 @ CSU San Marcos.  Both workshops will be very similar, covering Newtonian Mechanics.

You can fill out this RSVP FORM: NPTW

You totally should come to the workshops. And tell someone else to RSVP at

Also, If you came last year, you can come again this year because the material is different each year.


I hope that you like getting free lab materials.  We will also be giving out NGSS teaching booklet if you need that sort of thing.  But most importantly, the parking is free.


James Lincoln

KITP Teachers’ Conference

KITP Teachers’ Conference: Automating Insight: Pushing the Frontier of Quantum Physics with Machine Learning, Feb. 16, 2019

For more information follow this link: KITP Conference


Follow this link to find out more information: Astrofest

Part-time Teaching Position at Norco College

Norco College of the Riverside Community College District is looking to hire part-time physics instructors to teach the following Physics classes for this coming Fall 2018 semester from August 27, 2018 to December 12, 2018.

Minimum Qualification:
Master’s degree in Master’s in physics, astronomy, or astrophysics; OR Bachelor’s degree in physics or astronomy AND Master’s degree in engineering, mathematics, meteorology, or geophysics; OR the Equivalent. (All degrees and units used to satisfy minimum qualifications must be from accredited institutions.)

Desirable Qualifications:
Recent teaching experience at a community college.

Physics 4A Mechanics with lecture on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:40 am – 11:05 am and labs on Tuesdays from 2:00 pm – 5:10 pm.
Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or prior completion of MAT- 1A.
Examines vectors, particle kinematics and dynamics, work and
power, conservation of energy and momentum, rotation, oscillations
and gravitation. 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.

Physics 10 Introduction to Physics on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:00 pm – 7:25 pm.
Prerequisite: MAT-52.
A non-science major physics course covering mechanics, properties
of matter, heat, sound, light, electricity and magnetism, and nuclear
physics. 54 hours lecture

Physics 11 Physics Lab on Thursdays from 6:00 pm – 9:10 pm.
Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or prior completion of PHY10.
An optional laboratory science course for the non-science major.
Emphasis on laboratory techniques, student experimentation, and
laboratory demonstrations. 54 hours laboratory.

Salary:  from $67.14 – $77.55 per hour depending on experience.

Class times are set and cannot be change.

If you are interested in teaching one or more of these classes, please email me, Dr. Phu Tran, at with your resume.

Physics Teaching Position at Cypress College

Hello teaching job applicant:

Teaching Job Announcement

Minimum Qualifications:
Masters Degree in Astronomy or Physics

Desirable Qualifications:
We prefer recent teaching experience within the last 5 years either college, TA, or high school.

I am looking for 1 part time teachers for the following course at Cypress College:
2018 Fall Semester runs August 20- December 8.


CAN PHYS 8 Mechanics, oscillations, properties of matter, and fluids. Requires knowledge of differential and integral calculus. Prereq: PHYS 130 C with a minimum grade of “C” (or high school physics with a minimum grade of “B”); and MATH 150AC with a minimum grade of C; and completion of or concurrent enrollment in MATH 150BC.

Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers by Serway and Jewett.

Days and time

Day Sections

Tuesday and Thursday 12:20-1:45 PM, Lab Thursday 2-5:10 PM.

Salary: $827-1277/unit-hour/semester. About $50-73/teaching hour

Above class is 6 hours and 20 min per week.

Pay depends on your experience. Lab hours are paid less than lecture hours.

Course pay is about $5300.

Class times and days are fixed and cannot be changed.

Information about our district:

Select Employment. You will find information about pay at the above link.

*_Information about our college: _*

Are you available to teach our class?

I would like to set up interviews soon.

I’ll give you information about your teaching demonstration once we set the time.

Are you available those days?

Please email me, Ron Armale,  your level of interest and briefly tell me about your teaching experience.

Email me a current resume. I only need your resume at this time. No need to send any other documents. Email me MS Word or pdf.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Applications open for LSST EPO focus group

Please consider applying to join this focus group in Tucson in July. Travel expenses will be paid for those who are selected.

Below is an announcement for an exciting opportunity to help guide the development of the LSST education materials we will all have access to for classroom investigations in the very near future.  The LSST EPO team working on these new astro investigations is looking for a diversity of ideas and suggestions – so whether you are a new instructor, and new to astronomy, or a seasoned expert, LSST wants your opinion.  See the LSST advertisement for this opportunity below.  Note there is also a posting of this opportunity on the Astronomy Education public group on Facebook.



The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) (, currently under construction in Chile, is scheduled to begin science operations in 2022. During its ten-year survey, LSST will collect and deliver an unprecedented amount of data, opening the way for countless scientific discoveries. LSST is also the first ground-based telescope project to fully fund the development of its educational program from the project’s inception.

The Education and Public Outreach Team has developed an innovative program to engage students in the scientific discovery process using LSST data. Classroom investigations focus on these themes: Properties of Light, Properties of Stars, Cosmology, the Solar System, Galaxies and the Milky Way, and the Dynamic Sky.

We are inviting a select group of educators to review the plans and prototypes of the formal education program, which is designed for students from the honors middle school level through general introductory astronomy in college. Our focus group will be July 16-18, 2018 in Tucson, AZ. All travel expenses and a per diem will be covered.

You need not be an astronomy expert to […]

Physics Teaching Position at Viewpoint School

Position Description:
Viewpoint School is accepting applications for a teaching position in Physics, AP Physics and STEM course work for the 2018-19 school year. Successful candidates should have at least three years of experience teaching physics and a Bachelor’s degree in science. Background and knowledge in mathematics, programming and computer science principles is desired. In addition, the candidate will have interest and experience in the interdisciplinary application of physics, computer science, math and technology. Successful candidates will be versed in variety of teaching methods, proficient in student-centered instruction, and embrace a collaborative, innovative mindset. Effective communication skills are also required.

About the school:
Viewpoint School is a dynamic and exciting place to work. Our semi-rural 40-acre campus offers a natural environment perfect for the development of young minds and bodies. With over 1200 students and 150 faculty members from across the Los Angeles metropolitan area, Viewpoint School in Calabasas, CA is a vibrant community of teachers and learners from kindergarten through twelfth grade. The school values all the best principles of a forward-thinking educational institution: excellence, compassion, leadership, individuality, respect, service, and confidence.

Under the stewardship of a new leadership team, Viewpoint is developing a transformative vision, in which technology and innovation will play a key role. From a new innovation space to an exploding robotics program, the educational horizon for creativity and design at Viewpoint is practically endless. Viewpoint School is a welcoming, vibrant, and collaborative community that offers a challenging and enriched college preparatory education in a nurturing environment for students in Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade. The School embraces students and families from diverse cultures of the world and teaches the history and wisdom of these traditions.

Teachers at Viewpoint are experts in their various fields, […]

Physics/Astronomy Instructor Tenure Track Position at Los Angeles City College

Los Angeles City College is hiring for a Tenure Track Physics/Astronomy Instructor position. The deadline for the position has been extended to 05-18-2018. To apply, please click on the following link:

Please contact Jayesh Bhakta if you have any questions about the position.