The successful candidiate's primary teaching assignment will consist of courses in U.S. Racial & Ethnic Survey, U.S. Surveys (To/Since 1877), and at least one additional field. Additional responsibilities include engagement in departmental and campus community activities including involvement in student success initiatives, departmental and curricular planning and organization, and academic committee work.
Master's in history OR Bachelor's in history AND Master's in political science, humanities, geography, area studies, women's studies, social science or ethnic studies OR the equivalent OR possession of an appropriate valid California Community College Credential authorizing service in the specified subject area(s). (NOTE: Courses in the use of computer programs for application to a particular discipline may be classified, for the minimum qualification purposes, under the discipline of the application.)
Evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the socioeconomic, academic, cultural and ethnic diversity within the college student population including students with physical and/or learning disabilities as these factors relate to differences in learning styles.
Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate:
Experience teaching at a community college
Experience developing and implementing equity minded classroom pedagogy and initiatives to improve student success and close equity gaps
Experience with departmental and institutional planning and organization
Record of working with and advising students outside of the classroom
Involvement in curriculum development
Integration of technology in course instruction
Ability to bring relevant research and scholarship into classroom
Command and currency in the discipline, including command of major historiographical debates
Doctorate or ABD in U.S. History from an accredited college or university
FT Faculty Application Requirements
A standard application consists of the following:
Online District Application
Two (2) Confidential Letters of Recommendation
The Santa Monica Community College District is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity.
Internal Number: 00153
About Santa Monica College
The Santa Monica Community College District operates a single college (Santa Monica College) with a 42-acre main campus and five satellite campuses in the City of Santa Monica, located in the western part of Los Angeles County. The College provides excellent academic and career technical programs and counseling services to an ethnically diverse student population of approximately 33,000.
The District has about 1,800 employees and an annual general fund operating budget of approximately $165 million.
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