To develop a healthy and caring environment that offers a variety of options and opportunities for active participation of students in the learning process. Major responsibilities of faculty include five areas: teaching, professional development, college service, service to students and public service, as defined in the “Role and Responsibilities of Faculty,” which is published in the Faculty Handbook.
At the College of Central Florida, our vision is “To be the first choice for quality higher education in our community.” We aim to accomplish this by providing a caring and exceptional learning environment that fosters the success of our students and community. Candidates considering becoming part of the CF family must be able to embrace and model this philosophy in their day-to-day responsibilities and demonstrate our standards: professional, responsive, informative, dependable and engaged.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
(These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed. Management retains the right to modify or add duties at any time.)
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
(Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified individuals with a disability.)
Master's degree with a major in Psychology or a Master's degree in related discipline with 18 graduate credit hours in Psychology. Doctorate preferred. 18 graduate credit hours in Sociology preferred, but not required.
2-5 years of teaching experience at secondary or post-secondary level with a diverse student population.
Experience with instructional strategy and classroom management approaches that promote student engagement and active learning.
* Education must be received from a regionally accredited institution.
Commitment to the college objective of providing instruction for a diverse student population. Excellent interpersonal, oral communication and writing skills. Knowledge of learning and assessment theories and methods and the relationship to the pedagogy of teaching. Possess a high level of technical skills and subject matter knowledge as it relates to a specific discipline. Evidence of initiative, resourcefulness and adaptability.