Tri-County Technical College invites applicants to the role of Psychology Instructor. The Psychology Instructor will be dedicated to student success and to meeting the diverse needs of our students in the Arts and Sciences Division. Applicants should possess expertise in the field of Psychology and have a desire to work in a collaborative, learning-centered environment focused on student learning and success. Coursework for the Psychology Instructor may include, but is not limited to courses such as: General Psychology, Organizational Psychology, Developmental Psychology, etc.
The successful candidate will begin employment on August 10, 2021.
Job Duties Include (but are not limited to):
Teach assigned courses using systematically planned and delivered instruction for the program.
Review, evaluate and revise on a continuing basis course objectives, instructional materials, and course syllabi. Design new courses as needed. Ensure compliance with all accrediting guidelines.
Serve as academic advisor to students and participate in student recruitment and development.
Maintain records of student academic progress and attendance, evaluate level of achievement and assign grades for the program.
Participate in professional development activities to improve teaching competence and to stay current in teaching field; serve on College committees and participate in recruiting and marketing activities.
Other duties as required by the Department Head.
Must meet the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) qualifications for the discipline: a master's degree in Psychology or master's degree in any area plus 18 graduate semester hours in Psychology. Coursework must be Psychology specific with a PSY, PSYC, PSYCH, or similar prefix.
About Tri-County Technical College
Tri-County Technical College’s mission is to serve the communities within Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties. The College is also part of a state-wide system of sixteen technical colleges. We enroll 6,000 – 7,000 students each year in more than 70 major fields of study, including engineering technology, industrial technology, business, computer and information technology, public service, human services, healthcare, and university transfer programs. Developmental courses are offered for those who need to brush up on basic academic skills. The Continuing Education Division also offers personal and professional development non-credit classes in technical, business, healthcare, and personal interest areas to more than 10,000 community members each year. The main campus is located in historic Pendleton, South Carolina. The College also has four community campuses in Anderson, Easley, Oconee, and the Industrial Technologies Center in Sandy Springs. The Upstate of South Carolina is home to more than 200 international companies, the I-85 corridor, and a vibrant quality of life. It's easy to see why the Upstate is one of the fastest growing regions in the nation. The College is nestled ...in the foothills of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, surrounded by the many opportunities afforded by Lake Hartwell, and within two hours of Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC. South Carolina's coastal towns and beaches are approximately three and a half to four hours away.