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Physics lab instructor needed

Citrus College in Glendora has an immediate opening for a physics lab instructor during the WINTER 2018 semester (a 6-week intercession).  PHYS 110 is a general education course for non-science majors emphasizing physics in everyday life.

The course runs from January 9, 2018 through February 15, 2018 and meets Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 10am-noon.

If you are interested in teaching, please contact Chris Pagano via email (cpagano@citruscollege.edu) or phone (626-914-8789) for more details.

Project Manager wanted

The Cal-Bridge and CAMPARE (California Minority Partnership for Astronomy Research and Education) programs invite applications for a Project Manager to provide leadership, administrative, and operational management support for all aspects of both programs, including supervising any additional personnel hired by the programs. The Project Manager will provide national leadership in developing, organizing, and implementing elements of the Cal-Bridge and CAMPARE programs, which have a shared goal of increasing the number of underrepresented minorities and women receiving doctoral degrees in astronomy and physics.

Applicants must have at least a master’s degree (PhD preferred), with a Bachelor’s (or higher) degree in the natural sciences or engineering. In addition, the successful candidate will have experience with issues faced by underrepresented groups in natural sciences or engineering (knowledge of effective practices in supporting minority students desired); ability to read and synthesize relevant literature; and excellent organizational, inter-personal skills, and written and verbal communication skills. Experience with program administration is desired.

Applicants should e-mail their complete applications to Dr. Alexander Rudolph, Program Director, at alrudolph@cpp.edu, including (in PDF format) a CV, cover letter, and contact information for three references. The position will remain open until filled.

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and the Foundation are Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employers committed to building a diverse workforce. We strongly encourage applications from women, racial, and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans.

Included Benefits:
Benefits package includes: medical, dental, vision, life, and a retirement program currently offered through CalPERS.

Astronomy instructors needed

The Department of Astronomy at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa has vacancies in two Astronomy Laboratory sections (Astronomy 100L) for the Fall 2017 full semester (August 28-December 16).  These are daytime observation laboratories enrolling 24 students and involving solar telescope use.

MW 11:10-12:35
TTh 2:40-4:05 pm

If you are interested in teaching, please contact Tara Giblin  via email (tgiblin@occ.cccd.edu) or phone (714-432-5093) for more details.

Summer Physics Teaching Opportunity

Dear Physics Teachers,

We are writing to let you know about a summer physics teaching opportunity in Los Angeles this summer.

We are seeking enthusiastic instructors for our summer programs for gifted students in grades 2-12. CTY offers intense, 3-week academic programs for highly talented students from across the country and around the world. As science instructors you will have the opportunity to gain experience teaching gifted students, work in a small class setting (approximately 12-18 students, depending on the age group) with an assistant in each room, utilize a generous lab budget, and receive a competitive salary. Room & board are provided at residential locations, but staff local to the site can commute daily and do not have to live on campus. Courses are held over two 3-week sessions. Staff can work one or both sessions where available. Full course descriptions, job descriptions, and application can be found on our website: cty.jhu.edu/jobs/summer.

We are currently seeking instructor candidates for the following courses, at the listed locations (all locations offer room & board, unless noted as “non-residential”):

 

Fast-Paced High School Physics

                Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA, July 15 – Aug 5

Covers material (such as Mechanics and Electricity & Magnetism) ordinarily included in a year-long algebra-based high school physics course intended to prepare students to take AP Physics C the following year. Competitive instructor candidates have undergraduate and/or graduate coursework in Physics, and have taught AP Physics.

CTY also offers other physics, astrophysics, and engineering-related courses at residential locations across the country. Room and board are offered at most locations. Full details on courses can be found on our website.

If you work with undergraduates or graduate students in physics, engineering, astronomy, or related fields, CTY also hires Teaching Assistants to work in our classrooms. We seek […]

Astronomy lab instructor wanted

MiraCosta College has an immediate opening for an introductory astronomy lab instructor during the fall 2017 semester.

The course runs from 21 August through 16 December 2017.

ASTR 101L: Descriptive Astronomy Laboratory
meets Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m. – 9:50 p.m. on the Oceanside campus

Full job announcement with details is at <http://tiny.cc/AstroAssoc2017>.

All interested parties MUST apply online at https://jobs.miracosta.edu and submit an application to the “Astronomy Associate (Part-time) Instructor 2017-2018” pool.

Physics, Astronomy, and Engineering Instructors needed for Fall

The Department of Physics and Engineering at Los Angeles City College has several vacancies in the following subjects for the Fall 2017 semester (Aug 28th to Dec 17th):

Calculus Based Physics-Mechanics (Physics 101)
Trigonometry Based Physics (Physics 11)
Astronomy Lecture (Astronomy 1)
Introduction to Engineering (GE101)
Engineering-Computer Aided Design – Fusion360 (GE212)

If you are interested in teaching in any of the above subjects, please contact Jayesh Bhakta via email (bhaktaj@lacitycollege.edu) or phone (323-953-4000 X 2923) for more details.