City College - HWD (Hollywood location) is seeking a full or part time veterinarian for its Veterinary Technology Associate program in Hollywood, FL. Qualified candidates will hold a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree (or equivalent) and be currently licensed to practice in Florida. Candidates should have an ability to teach a variety of animal courses at the Veterinary Technician level. The successful candidate will join our existing faculty in providing clinical and didactic teaching of students. Responsibilities include overseeing animal care on site, leading the teaching clinic, and classroom instruction. Teaching experience is preferred.
City College Veterinary Technology Program – Hollywood, Florida, is a growing, private, non-profit associates program serving the educational needs of a diverse student body in south Florida interested in becoming a certified veterinary technician (www.citycollege.edu).
For additional details or to submit resume please contact Kim Augustin at 954-744-1777 ext. 2022 email@example.com.
The instructor should be knowledgeable in his/her subject area, be an effective classroom manager, and follow the philosophy and rules of the College in conducting classes. The faculty member must possess a conferred graduate degree in field, or a graduate degree with 18 semester credits in field from a regionally accredited university for any State Common Course numbered class assignment. The educational requirements may vary for specialty fields that are not common course designated. Both practical and instructional experience is preferred. The instructor must have the ability to relate well to the students and other faculty members, the ability to keep calm during trying circumstances and have the ability to maintain a professional attitude in the classroom. Maintaining the highest standards of compliance is expected.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: It is the responsibility of the faculty to:
Conduct the class in a professional manner, creating an effective learning environment for all students
Know the policies in the Student and Faculty Handbooks
Be prepared with all material before class begins
Know the departmental policies involved in reporting/ repairing / maintaining equipment and see that these policies are carried through
Notify students in writing at midterm if they have below a “C” average
Be sure that students evaluate him/her at the end of the quarter, and that the evaluations are submitted to the Registrar without being viewed by the faculty member
Submit information on graduating students when requested
Assist the Financial Aid office when asked to send students to that office or sign proof of attendance.
Keep accurate, written records on attendance, tests and work submitted by the students.
Accurately record attendance on official rosters; submit rosters after every class meeting
Attempt to contact absentee students after each class meeting.
Submit Daily Absence sheets to the Registrar after each class meeting.
Accurately record grades and grade breakdowns on official grade reports
Make sure the classrooms are in good order at the end of the hour or day. This includes erasing boards, turning off equipment, straightening chairs and tables, locking doors, turning off lights.
Obtain the course syllabus prior to the start of the quarter; submit to the Dept Chair or Director of Education for approval if changes are requested.
Distribute the course syllabus on the first meeting of class; review with students; follow the course syllabus for the duration of the course.
Attend Faculty meeting and In-Service programs at least once per quarter; actively pursue professional development opportunities; report all activities in Annual Faculty Dev Plan.
Perform any other duties as requested by the President.
NON ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: None
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine Degree required with current license to practice medicine in Florida. Teaching experience in preferred.
This work requires the following physical activities: walking, stooping, kneeling, twisting, reaching, sitting, standing, lifting, finger dexterity, grasping, repetitive motion, talking, hearing and visual acuity.
NOTE: Physical characteristics indicate standard functions for essential job tasks, but are not intended to limit the applicant pool.
In compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, the college welcomes and encourages disabled applicants who can perform required functions with reasonable accommodations.
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City College Veterinary Technology Program – Hollywood, Florida, is a growing, private, non-profit associates program serving the educational needs of a diverse student body in south Florida interested in becoming a certified veterinary technician.