Part-Time Faculty Biology (Anatomy & Physiology)
Department Chair, Natural Sciences
Arts and Sciences Education
Full or Part-time:
Uses technology based instruction to sustain the specific courses
and curricula mandated by the educational mission and goals of the
College. Courses to be taught may include: Human Anatomy &
Physiology, Human Anatomy, and Human Physiology. Courses on taught
1. Instructs students in assigned classes.
2. Provides academic guidance and counseling to students in
cooperation with Student Services Personnel.
3. Maintains academic standards.
4. Prepares course syllabus and outline.
5. Monitors student progress.
6. Keeps adequate and accurate records.
7. Enters final course grades online.
8. Performs other duties as assigned.
Under the direct supervision of the Department Chair, each adjunct
faculty member is responsible for satisfying the educational,
administrative, and fiscal requirements inherent in his/her
Master’s degree or higher in Biology, Excercise Science, Anatomy,
Physiology, Physical Therapy or a Master’s degree with 18 graduate
hours in Biology required. Graduate credentials from MD, DO, and DC
programs can count toward the 18-hour requirement. Courses are
taught onsite with a significant online component.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
One or two part-time anatomy faculty are needed to teach BIOL 110
or BIOL 205 in the Spring 2020 semester. This supports the Health
Sciences and Biological Science transfer programs. These are new
By completing this application, your information will be added to
the candidate pool. Should review of your qualifications result in
a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted by the
Questions? Please contact John Beck, Department Chair at (269)
695-2986 or email@example.com
Official college transcripts are required upon hire.
Payroll will be administered through EDUStaff.
Monday - Thursday summer work schedule applies.
To apply, visit https://lmc.simplehire.com/postings/3572
About Lake Michigan College
Lake Michigan College is a community college in southwest Michigan.
We have three campuses --two of which are located ten minutes from
our namesake’s breathtaking shoreline.
Like other community colleges, we offer associate degrees,
certificates, and even a baccalaureate degree. But what sets us
apart from our peers is our seemingly limitless potential and our
people - people who care deeply about our region’s future and who
are committed to student success and exemplary educational
programs, strong alignments with both established and emerging
industries, and productive partnerships with the
communities we serve
Faculty and staff at LMC enjoy excellent benefits and a supportive
and friendly work environment. LMC recently received a Capital
Outlay grant from the State of Michigan and a new millage from the
southwest Michigan community, so the college’s facilities will be
getting innovative, sustainable upgrades in the next few years that
will contribute to the comfort, productivity and collaborative
environment for all employees.
Living in Southwest Michigan
Southwest Michigan attracts millions of tourists who come for our
and nationally acclaimed golf courses
many who visit, choose to stay for our
great schools, low cost of living, and high quality of
LMC’s main campus is nestled in a watery and wooded wildlife
sanctuary, yet it’s less than a half-day’s drive from major metro
areas including Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, and