Teaching Assistant - Biology

Requisition ID
2021-5820
# of Openings
2
Employment Status
Adjunct Faculty
Posted Date
2 months ago(1/8/2021 9:08 AM)
Job Family
Faculty
Company
ECPI University
State
South Carolina
City
Charleston
Country
United States

Overview

We are currently in search of a passionate Teaching Assistant to support our students for our Biology and Anatomy & Physiology courses at our Charleston campus.  This person will assist in teaching courses, grading assignments, and assist the Biology instructors with lessons and scheduling. 

Responsibilities

  • Assist in instruction of Biology courses
  • Analyze student activity within discussions and assessments and choose the appropriate responses
  • Accurately use the right type of responses based upon training and input from the master instructor
  • Assist in managing generic student communications
  • Utilize online learning platform (Canvas) to communicate with students
  • Escalate unique issues to the master instructor
  • Assist with grading
  • Monitor engagement levels and provide recommendations on the best approach on how to increase engagement
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Adhere to university policies and procedures

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Biology or Anatomy/Physiology from a regionally accredited institution required
  • Previous teaching experience preferred

Job Skills:

  • Exhibits sound judgment in making decisions
  • Ability to lead group discussions
  • Ability to keep accurate records
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Must have strong computer skills

Other:

  • Access information using a computer
  • Effectively communicate, both up and down the management chain
  • Manage potentially stressful situations in a professional and ethical manner
  • Strong mental acuity

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