Montgomery College accepts applications for Adjunct/Part-time
Faculty on a continuous basis. Applications may be reviewed
periodically based on the student enrollment needs. The listing of
a course in the schedule of classes as “TBA” does not constitute an
assignment. The hiring decision for part-time faculty involves an
academic judgment and shall be determined at Management’s sole
The Montgomery College, Rockville, Takoma Park/Silver Spring and
Germantown campuses are currently accepting applications for
part-time faculty members to teach a variety of classes ranging
from introductory statistics through multivariable calculus,
including Data Science courses. We are seeking enthusiastic and
dedicated educators who exhibit a high degree of professionalism, a
strong commitment to our students, and demonstrate the ability to
motivate and educate in an engaging manner.
***Montgomery College accepts applications for Adjunct/Part-time
Faculty on a continuous basis . Applications may be reviewed
periodically based on the student enrollment needs.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- The listing of a course in the schedule of classes as “TBA”
does not constitute an assignment.
- The hiring decision for part-time faculty involves an academic
judgment and shall be determined at Management’s sole
- During the academic year, part-time faculty at Montgomery
College may teach no more than 11.5 ESH (equivalent semester hour)
per semester and no more than 23 ESH per academic year.
- During summer part-time faculty at Montgomery College may teach
no more than 10 ESH (equivalent semester hour) for both sessions
Additional Duties and Responsibilities When Serving as Embedded
- Teach assigned courses in the Mathematics, Statistics, and/or
Data Science discipline. Courses may include introductory
mathematics, Statistics, and/or Data Science courses or other
courses as needed.
- Plan and prepare (development of instructional material,
preparation of course syllabi, writing assignments, exams, etc.),
present, and coordinate classroom instruction and related
- Teach a varied schedule of courses that may include daytime,
evening, weekend and/or accelerated sections. Opportunities may
exist to teach summer session classes.
- Follow guidelines from department course coordinators to ensure
consistent content coverage and student experience across multiple
sections of a course.
- Administer, grade and provide feedback in a timely manner to
monitor student mastery and progress through a course.
- Meet college-established deadlines to submit student mid-term
and final course grades.
- Part-time faculty may also serve as embedded academic coaches
supporting the Achieving the Promise Academy, Montgomery College’s
academic coaching program, which partners with academic departments
to help students succeed in rigorous college-level courses.
Academic coaches empower students to reframe challenges, build on
their strengths, and target areas for growth by embedding within
course sections and partnering with the section’s instructional
faculty to support students. Academic coaches attend class in
person, in coordination with the instructional faculty, and hold
coaching sessions outside of class. Their ongoing communication
nudges students to stay on track and access the resources they need
to succeed. In addition to helping students strengthen their
understanding of critical concepts and complete their coursework,
embedded academic coaches use a variety of teaching, tutoring, and
coaching strategies to help students develop the academic skills,
knowledge, attitudes, and habits that contribute to success in
their coach-supported class and in college more broadly.
- Collaborate and coordinate with host faculty members to provide
targeted support to students.
- Visit in-person classes to actively engage and build
relationships with students and stay abreast of course
- Reinforce course material through both virtual and in-person
subject matter coaching.
- Disseminate reminders to students regarding upcoming
assessments using a variety of communication tools.
- Engage with students and destigmatize help-seeking behavior
through active, collaborative, and culturally relevant
- Model and teach self-advocacy, academic skills, and
- Refer students to learning centers, libraries, resources,
workshops, and student organizations at the college.
- Complete onboarding and trainings hosted by the Achieving the
Preferred Qualifications :
- Master’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Data Science or a
closely related major with relevant courses and a minimum of 18
relevant graduate‐level credits is required in mathematics, applied
mathematics, statistics, Data Science, and/or a closely related
- Successful candidates will have a demonstrated commitment to
promoting diversity, inclusion, and multicultural competence in an
educational and work environment and must be willing to contribute
to the Colleges strategic plan of inclusion.
- Faculty members are expected to have access to a personal
computer with virus protection that can connect to the internet
outside of the work location (i.e., office, classroom, college
campus)*. Montgomery College (MC) provides an MC e-mail account and
access to the learning platform, password-protected faculty
sections of the website, college listservs, and other faculty
communications tools. *If you do not have access to a personal
computer, please notify the department chair at the time of
interview. Subject to available funds, the college may be able to
provide temporary access to resources.
- Must be eligible to work in the United States without a
- PhD in Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Statistics, Data
Science, or closely related field.
- Prior college level teaching experience in Mathematics,
Statistics, or Data Science courses.
- Demonstrated excellence in classroom instruction using a
variety of teaching methods.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Understanding of and commitment to the community college
- Experience in distance delivery and other instructional
- Ability to coach students with varying levels of preparedness
for college-level work
- Experience in student success efforts designed to increase
completion and student success for underserved populations.
- Ability to use a wide range of interpersonal skills to work
cooperatively with others and productively manage conflict and
1. Submit a cover letter; AND
2. Submit an unofficial copy of your transcripts so that we
can determine that the minimal graduate-level math course
qualifications have been met.
- FOR CONSIDERATION, YOU MUST:
As a condition of employment, the following are required at the
time of hire:
- Successful completion of a background check and degree
verification (if applicable).
- For international degrees, you must provide US degree
equivalency verified by a nationally recognized credential
Tuesday, January 2, 2024