Job #: 073946
Location: Center for Science and Technology
Pay Range: Commensurate with Experience
FLSA Status: Exempt
As determined by department chair
Job Type: Part-time
Campus: Syracuse, NY
Unionized Position Code: UA
The Chemistry Department at Syracuse University is seeking to hire a part-time instructor to teach CHE 276 – Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (2 credits) during the fall of 2018 (August 29-December 14, 2018). This course is contingent upon successful enrollment.
Course description: Laboratory to accompany CHE 275. Experiments illustrate modern laboratory techniques in organic chemistry, with an emphasis on basic separations, purifications, and analysis of experimental data. Introduction to organic synthesis. Prerequisite: CHE 117 or CHE 139 or AP CHEM exam score min 5. Corequisite: CHE 275
The lecture associated with this laboratory is scheduled on Wednesdays from 3:45-4:40pm. Laboratory classes are staffed by teaching assistants and take place at various times during the week (Monday through Friday).
- A Ph.D. in Chemistry is required in order to be considered for this position.
- Experience with teaching organic chemistry lab preferred.
Job Specific Qualifications
- The duties associated with the teaching assignment include:
- Developing and/or updating a class syllabus.
- Preparation of lectures, projects or other student assignments.
- Maintaining regularly scheduled office hours.
- Presenting instruction based on the competencies and performance levels of the course.
- Meeting all designated class periods.
- Submitting completed final grades according to University regulations.
- Grading student assignments and exams in timely manner.
- Providing departmentally sanctioned forms for completed student evaluations.
- Building a positive rapport with students and other faculty.
- Provide classroom-based instruction.
- Assess student learning.
- Maintain a professional educational environment.
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