Physics Instructor - Adjunct

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ITT/ESI Headquarters
ITT Technical Institute is a leading provider of technology-oriented postsecondary degree programs designed to help students develop skills and knowledge they can use to pursue career opportunities in a variety of fields. At our more than 140 accredited ITT Technical Institutes located in approximately 39 states, we predominately provide career-focused degree programs of study in fields involving technology, criminal justice, business, and nursing to approximately 60,000 students. Today, we continue to execute our model, add new programs of study, and grow at a very rapid pace building new campus locations across the country.
At ITT Tech we are committed to helping men and women develop the skills and knowledge to pursue many opportunities in fields involving technology, criminal justice, and business.
The Physics Instructor is responsible for providing quality instruction to students by ensuring student satisfaction through the classroom or laboratory setting according to the program objectives.
Teaches material from approved curriculum and develops daily lesson plans to include instructional aids.
Develops daily lesson plans to include instructional aids.
Assists student in Achieving completion of objectives. Provides regular and timely feedback to students
Participates in school retention initiatives by maintaining productive contact with students and by getting in touch with and offering assistance to absent students.
Advises students in matters related to academics, attendance and behaviors.
Motivates student to actively participate in all aspect of the educational process.
Maintains and reports student grades and attendance in accordance with company policies.
Completes professional development and in-service activities in accordance with college standards.
Participates in department curriculum meetings.
Must have a doctorate or a master's degree and earned 18 graduate semester (or equivalent) credit hours in physics. Degree must be from an institution accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of
Minimum of three (3) years applicable experience in physics or related field is required.
Teaching experience in post-secondary education at an accredited institution is preferred.
Superior interpersonal, customer
, presentation and communications skills required.
Creative, innovative and problem solving skills required.
Proven organizational skills and ability to complete assignments timely and accurately with minimal supervision.
Ability to utilize different methods and mediums in delivering course material.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and the Internet.
Able to obtain and maintain licenses if applicable as required by state or accrediting commissions.
Evening hours may be required.
At ITT Technical Institute, we are experiencing terrific growth and offer robust career development and advancement potential! We offer a competitive salary and 401(k).
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Date: 2014-03-11
Country: US
State: IN
City: South Bend
Postal Code: 46635
Category: Academic Affairs

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