Instructional Support Assistant Positions

College of Science

Biological Sciences

Subject/Course Areas:

General Biology, Human Anatomy & Physiology, Microbiology, Genetics, Ecology, Animal Physiology.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

Providing instruction for laboratory course sections, preparation and grading of course assignments and examinations.

Time base of Appointment:

0.086-0.133 (individual sections range from 1.3-2 units)

Hiring Criteria:

Meets minimum qualification for classification

Additional requirement/preferences for position:

Knowledge of the subject matter covered in the particular laboratory course section, excellent teaching and communication skills. Requires concurrent enrollment in the Biology Master's program in the quarter of appointment.

Application Procedures:

Email Dr. Michael Hedrick , Department of Biological Sciences Chair, providing a curriculum vitae and a statement of interest and background for particular laboratory course sections. Also provide three faculty letters of recommendation.

Deadline to Apply:

Positions remain open until they are filled.

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Subject/Course Areas:

Basic Chemistry, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Quantitative Analysis

Duties include, but are not limited to:

Providing instruction in theory and technique in teaching laboratories, assuming responsibility for the safety of the students, grading assignments and reports.

Time base of Appointment:

0.1333 or 0.2667

Hiring Criteria:

Meets minimum qualification for classification

Additional requirement/preferences for position:

Excellence in teaching, excellent communication skills, and patience when working with students. Must be taking classes in the department MS Degree Program. Three letters of recommendation are required.

Application Procedures:

Email Ann McPartland , Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Chair with a letter of interest and a Curriculum Vitae.

Deadline to Apply:

Positions remain open until they are filled.

Math and Computer Science

Subject/Course Areas:

Various, including remedial mathematics, introductory computer science

Duties include, but are not limited to:

All tasks necessary for teaching a class, under the supervision of the Department Chair, the Remedial Mathematics Coordinator, and possibly other faculty. This includes preparing and delivering lectures, holding office hours, and preparing and grading assignments, quizzes, and examinations. For more detailed information on the duties of the position only, see the Math/CS Department Handbook for Part-time faculty (available from Dept. office) and the CSUEB Faculty Handbook.

Additional duties within the classification that may be assigned. CSUEB retains the discretion to add to or change the duties of the position at any time with written notice.

Time Base of Appointment:

Most courses are 4 units(0.27)

Hiring Criteria:

Meets minimum qualification for classification

Additional requirement/preferences for position:

Evidence of satisfactory achievement in previous academic work. 
Admitted to a CSUEB M.S. degree program in Mathematics or Computer Science (occasionally Statistics or other majors can be accepted.) 
Current enrollment in quarter of appointment (GS X6990 Graduate Student Completion will count towards the current enrollment requirement if the student is in the thesis writing or comprehensive exam preparation stage). 
Making sufficient progress in good standing towards the degree, i.e., maintaining a 3.0 G.P.A. and enrolled in courses for the degree or completion of the thesis, project or comprehensive exam within two years after completing all required course work.

Application Procedures:

Send email to Edna Reiter , Associate Chair; make appointment; give short talk. Submit Academic Application to Department Office.

Deadline to Apply:

First week of previous quarter.

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