Master’s degree in geography from an accredited institution.
PhD in geography from an accredited institution.
Ability, experience, and qualification to teach courses in cultural geography and physical geography; ability to also teach GIS courses is preferred.
Ability and desire to teach courses through interactive video conferencing to high school concurrent enrollment students.
Demonstrate experience and excellence in teaching.
Be committed to facilitate the growth of the geography program at Snow College.
Be experienced in engaged learning pedagogies
Be adept in diverse instructional methods (i.e., face to face, online, hybrid, and IVC).
Ability to communicate effectively and clearly in oral and written English.
Teach primarily general education introductory courses in cultural and physical geography.
Teach courses in GIS and cartography as requested by department and division
Teach 15 credits per semester through a variety of delivery modes and in multiple campus locations, including concurrent enrollment courses through IVC delivery.
Develop collaborative relationships with colleagues at Snow and at the transfer institutions and with external constituents.
Mentor and advise students; possible student club advisor (may be outside of traditional hours).
Participate in campus-wide committees and service to the campus and community at large.
Willingness and ability to work on interdisciplinary projects and to assist students in engaged learning activities.
Willingness to promote education programs in the local community and beyond. (Creating community and industry partners, traveling to schools, etc.)
Program and curriculum development.
Full time tenure-track position.
Professional commitment – 40 hours per week – 9 months per year Special Instructions to Applicant:
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REQUIRED APPLICANT DOCUMENTS :
Snow College Employment Application
Transcripts (Unofficial copies at this point)
Three current references with complete contact information