Rank and Salary: Instructor or Assistant Professor (depending on degree), full-time, teaching load 5/5, salary commensurate with experience
Start Date: ASAP
Qualifications: M.S. with Anthrozoology major required, Ph.D. or Ed.D. preferred. The Anthrozoology program seeks an instructor with professional experience working in a field related to Anthrozoology (conservation/environmental education, animal behavior, animal sheltering, animal care, etc). Ideal candidate will have experience teaching related courses designed for improving student skill and knowledge required for professional employment. Candidate must be dedicated to Beacon College’s student population. Must use hands-on, direct instruction in classroom and one-on-one settings. Willingness to employ research centered practices for teaching students with a learning disability and a high patience level required.
Experience teaching students with learning disabilities and ADHD preferred.
Responsibilities: Planning, preparing, presenting, and evaluating classroom instruction. Determining and assessing student learning outcomes. Assist in the care of a live animal collection.
Application: Please send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, and three professional references.
The Program: Instructor will be responsible for teaching courses part of the Anthrozoology major as well as the general education science course required for graduation (Florida ecology and conservation). Exact courses will be determined by program coordinator.
The Setting: Beacon College is a special mission liberal arts college with 425 students with learning disabilities and ADHD located in central Florida.