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Adjunct Instructor - Biology

at Louisiana Department of Civil Service

Posted: 8/24/2019
Job Reference #: 2174040
Keywords: teaching

Job Description

Overall Job Objective

Supplemental Information

This posting is for a part-time, adjunct position.

The Department of Sciences seeks adjunct instructors to teach Biology courses. Adjunct instructors are hired by the department, the Division of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, and Baton Rouge Community College on a term-by-term basis as needed.

Dates/Times - Day and night classes; various times available
Salary - $2295 per three credit course taught

How to apply:  Please click "Apply" to complete the electronic application for this posting.  Failure to apply to this posting through the "Apply" link may disqualify your application.  Resumes and cover letters will not be accepted through e-mail in lieu of applying on line.  

In order to be considered for employment, applicant must scan and attach the required documentation to electronic application or mail required documentation to:  Baton Rouge Community College, ATTN: HR, Baton Rouge, LA 70806.

Required documentation includes:  

  • A current curriculum vitae outlining education and applicable professional experiences
  • Graduate and undergraduate transcripts

If employed by Baton Rouge Community College, official transcripts must be provided. 

Any questions regarding this posting may be directed to hrbrcc@mybrcc.edu or 225-216-8268.

Baton Rouge Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Minimum Qualifications for teaching college level Biology courses:

Master's degree in biology or a biology related discipline or a master's degree or higher in a medical or health related discipline (i.e. M.D., D.V.M., D.D.S.), or a master's degree with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in a biological or life science area.

Acceptable disciplines and coursework include but are not limited to:
agricultural sciences (i.e. agronomy), anatomy, biochemistry, biology, bioengineering, bioinformatics, biology/science education (maximum of 6 graduate semester hours can be applied to the 18 graduate semester hours required), biomedical sciences, biosciences, biotechnology, botany, cancer biology, cell biology, conservation-wildlife/plant/animal, exercise science, exercise physiology, evolutionary biology, embryology, entomology, environmental science, environmental biology, ecology, genetics, immunology, limnology, mammology, marine sciences, marine biology, medical sciences, microbiology - soil/medical/veterinary, molecular biology, mycology, physiology, neurobiology, neuroscience, nutritional sciences, ornithology, pathology, pathophysiology, parasitology, pharmacology, pharmaceutical sciences, physical therapy, physiology, plant and animal sciences, public health epidemiology/infectious disease/toxicology, veterinary sciences, virology, zoology.