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Adjunct Instructor - Anatomy/Physiology
at State of Louisiana
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This posting is for a part-time, adjunct position.
The Department of Sciences seeks adjunct instructors to teach Anatomy and/or Physiology 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 3 credit course taught
In order to be considered for employment, applicant must scan and attach the required documentation to electronic application or mail 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 email@example.com or 225-216-8268.
Baton Rouge Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Minimum Qualifications for teaching college level Anatomy and/or Physiology courses:
Master's degree in anatomy and/or physiology; master's degree in biological sciences (i.e. anatomy, cell biology, biology, biomedical sciences, evolution, genetics, histology, immunology, microbiology, molecular biology, neuroscience, pharmacology, physiology, virology, zoology) or professional degree (M.D., D.O., D.V.M.) and 8 graduate semester hours in anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology courses related to anatomy and physiology, embryology, cell biology, histology, organology, pathology, endocrinology, immunology, molecular biology and/or genetics; or a master's degree with 18 graduate semester hours in anatomy and/or physiology or kinesiology courses related to anatomy and physiology or combination of 8 graduate semester hours of anatomy and/or physiology or kinesiology courses related to anatomy and physiology and 8 graduate semester hours of embryology, cell biology, histology, organology, pathology, endocrinology, immunology, molecular biology and/or genetics.
Note: Anatomy and physiology are subsets of biology. Because the core concepts of biology apply broadly to all living organisms, a great diversity of biology courses are directly applicable to human A&P. Instructors must be prepared to integrate introductory-level chemistry and biochemistry not only with anatomy and physiology, but with a variety of other relevant topics, including cytology, cell physiology, molecular biology, histology, microbiology, immunology, embryology, and nutrition. Because of the interrelatedness of topics in biology, a course in any one of the topics above will include a significant amount of anatomy and physiology, and therefore is appropriate background for an A&P instructor. Ref: Position Statement on Accreditation of Faculty Teaching Human Anatomy and Physiology Courses, Human Anatomy & Physiology Society (H.A.P.S.), 2013