Provide instruction to first year dental hygiene students in (DEN200), Pharmacology (3 credit course) during the Spring 2018 semester (January 22 - May 15) on Thursdays from 1:00-4:00 P.M. The course addresses the basic principles of pharmacology and anesthesiology and applies this knowledge to the treatment of dental hygiene patients. The course content includes the physical and chemical properties, preparations, and mode of administration of medications, and their effect on body systems, as well as reference to medical emergencies associated with dental treatment.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Provide instruction in both traditional and non-traditional learning modes.
Select and develop appropriate materials and technology for class use.
Assess student progress related to defined student outcomes.
Maintain appropriate attendance and learner records.
Master's degree in Pharmacology or related field.
Massachusetts Dental / Dental Hygiene License.
Teaching experience in a college setting or equivalent.
Excellent organizational and presentation skills.
Ability to create a classroom environment that supports learning and student success.
ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Previous experience teaching Pharmacology in a community college setting.
Broad knowledge of medical conditions and their pharmacological treatments as well as the correlation between oral and systemic health and relevance to the practice of dental hygiene.
Evidence of current teaching methodologies, including experiences with media, innovative use of evolving instructional technologies in the classroom, and the use of learning management systems such as Moodle.
Skill at implementing active and collaborative learning strategies.
Effective pedagogical and teaching skills.
Experience using evidence based strategies to support student success including frequent communication and active learning.
COMPENSATION: Anticipated starting salary - Step I DCE Pay Scale; part-time, non-benefited MCCC Unit position.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Immediate need
This appointment is subject to the FY2018 budget appropriations.
Appointment subject to SORI (Sex Offender Registry Information), publicly-accessible Massachusetts CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) and national background checks.
Cape Cod Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity or sexual orientation in its programs and activities as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other applicable statues and College policies. The College prohibits sexual harassment, including sexual violence. Inquiries or complaints concerning discrimination, harassment, retaliation or sexual violence shall be referred to the College's Affirmative Action/Title IX Coordinator, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission or the United States Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights.
**ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED.**
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