A Lecturer of Physics is responsible for teaching University Preparatory Programs (UPP) and Lower-Division (100- and 200-level) physics courses and/or labs and to support the Physics Department and the College activities.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
- Teaches physics courses, conducts tutorials and, if needed, delivers physics labs to UPP and to first- and second-year undergraduate students in accordance with courses outlines and as outlined in the University workload policy.
- Assesses students’ performance using the assessment tools as described in the courses and labs syllabi (quizzes, lab reports, exams, etc.). Develops and delivers assessments that fairly measure student progress toward course objectives.
- Prepares course portfolios by the end of each semester and documents information by maintaining logs and record books.
- Ensures compliance with the university’s policy as stated in the Faculty Handbook, Deanship of Student Affairs policies and procedures, safety regulations, etc.
- Assists in proctoring exams as assigned by the College scheduling representative.
- Executes tasks as required or assigned by the Chair of the Department of Physics.
- Reviews and maintains the integrity of the curriculum offered by the college in collaboration with the Department Chair.
- Participates in student advising about their academic progress (i.e., academic advising)
- Establishes instructional standards in accordance with college policies and informs students, in writing (syllabi), of such standards and policies.
- Designs and develops undergraduate courses aligned with curriculum and University objectives.
- Provides the necessary feedback to students about their exam results within reasonable deadlines as set by the college policy.
- Maintains accurate records of student progress and posts final grades within the deadlines after their approval by the Department Chair.
- Posts and maintains regular office hours to ensure accessibility to colleagues and students for advising and consultation.
- Performs all duties in a professional, effective, and confidential manner.
- Performs all other related duties as required or assigned by the manager.
Education & Experience
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- Doctor of Philosophy (PHD) in Physics, Materials Science, or equivalent from an accredited University.
- Minimum of two (02) years in teaching physics courses or labs or related fields.