Adjunct Professor - Engineering Department (General Chemistry II for Engineers and Env Scientists)Job Summary:
The University of San Francisco (USF) Engineering Department is looking for an instructor for CHEM 151: General Chemistry II for Engineers and Environmental Scientists for the Spring 2024 semester.Full Job Description:
The University of San Francisco Engineering Department is looking for an instructor for the Fall 2023 semester for CHEM 151: General Chemistry II for Engineers and Environmental Scientists. The engineering program at USF is a student focused, hands-on program immersed in a Jesuit liberal arts education. This chemistry course builds on CHEM 150: General Chemistry I for Engineers and Environmental Scientists and focuses on the chemistry of natural and engineered environmental systems. Topics covered include acid-base chemistry, redox chemistry, air-water partitioning, chemistry of organic pollutants and soil chemistry. Students will also engage in designing and executing laboratory experiments that reinforce modern chemistry concepts introduced in lecture.
The class is 4 units or credits, meeting three times per week for 65 minutes each. In addition, the instructor will need to hold office hours. The instructor will be provided with a syllabus, textbook and materials from the previous times the course was taught. Please reach out with any questions to Lauren Sassoubre, email@example.com.
The academic calendar, including dates for our teaching semesters, are here: https://myusf.usfca.edu/registration/academic-calendar. Part time faculty at USF are unionized and benefits are listed on the USF Part Time Faculty Association's website here: https://www.usfptfa.org.Preferred qualifications:
- A Master's degree or PhD in Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, Chemistry or related field.
- Experience teaching undergraduates.
- Commitment to support the mission of the University of San Francisco (https://www.usfca.edu/about-usf/who-we-are/vision-mission).
- Willingness to work in a culturally diverse environment, including LGBTQ+ and BIPOC students, local or international, amongst many other denominations and backgrounds.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until any open positions are filled.
All applicants should email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Curriculum Vitae (PDF) that includes three references who USF may contact.
- Cover letter (PDF) explaining your interest in teaching the course and working at USF
- Official teaching evaluations from prior courses.
Part timePay Rate:Salary Range :
$2185 per unit minimum