Title: Instructor II / Assistant Professor - History
Employee Classification: Faculty F/T
The Social Science-Humanities Department at STLCC-Forest Park is
seeking a full time History Faculty member to begin August 2022.
Preference will be given to candidates with community college
experience teaching African-American History, American History
survey courses, and African History. The new History faculty member
will be expected to teach, mentor students, fulfill some
administrative duties within the Social Science-Humanities
Department, and serve on campus committees. The successful
candidate will demonstrate the use of technology in the classroom
to improve student learning outcomes and a commitment to classroom
assessment. The successful candidate will also demonstrate the use
of varied teaching techniques that help students develop critical
thinking and research skills and understand the relevance of
history to their lives.
Primary Duties Performed:
Instructors are responsible for instruction, grading,
record-keeping, and compliance with legal and institutional
obligations. Instructors should expect to meet all deadlines and to
regularly use standard software, including the Microsoft Office
suite, as appropriate. Instructors must conduct all activities with
an appreciation and respect for diversity of people, styles, and
In addition to providing excellent instruction, all faculty members
are expected to adhere to the following specific
•Maintaining the appropriate number of office hours at times of day
convenient for students;
•Providing meaningful, timely responses and feedback to students’
work and questions;
•Meeting all department and college deadlines;
•Maintaining accurate records of student attendance and reporting
attendance as required;
•Keeping careful grade records throughout each term;
•Reporting both midterm and final grades on Banner Web;
•Attending scheduled faculty meetings and training sessions;
•Successfully completing policy-related tutorials;
•Checking messages and college voice mail accounts on a timely
•Responding to messages and requests from students and
administration within the 24 hours immediately following receipt;
•Complying with all provisions of the Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act (FERPA).
Requires a Master’s degree in History or African American Studies,
with at least 18 approved graduate hours in American History.
• Prefer Ph.D. in History or African American Studies, with a focus
in African American History.
• Prefer Community College Teaching Experience.
• Prefer experience teaching a diverse student body.
• Prefer online teaching experience.
Commensurate with experience
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:
St. Louis Community College is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals with diverse
backgrounds, experience, and ideas who embrace and value diversity