Position title
Faculty - Mathematics (164-Day)

Summary of Position

Red Rocks Community College seeks applications for a full-time faculty position to join our Mathematics Department. This is a full-time, 164-day academic year appointment that is focused around the 16.5-week Fall semester (August to December) and 16.5-week Spring semesters (January to May).  The position begins in August 2024, but an earlier start is negotiable. The successful candidate will fulfill the teaching, professional development, and service obligations of full-time faculty in the mathematics department at the College in accordance with the philosophy, policies, and procedures of the Colorado Community College System and Red Rocks Community College. A faculty assignment is comprised of two parts, one being the predominant duties as a teacher, which may include program coordination/development and the other is professional development and service obligations.

Essential Responsibilities



Teach day, evening, weekend, and/or online courses in accordance with approved course of study or outline utilizing traditional and alternative methods of instruction (including computer-aided, online, distance learning, self-paced, interdisciplinary, etc.) where appropriate.

  • Coordinate class structure and organization, prepare course materials, demonstrate and maintain currency in the discipline and in teaching methodology, present instructional material effectively.
  • Maintain professional and courteous interaction with students and employees, and demonstrate sensitivity to different learning styles.
  • Hold regular office hours, encourage student engagement and student achievement, utilize assessment data to facilitate student learning.
  • Document teaching and curriculum changes based on assessment results; incorporate course, program, and college student learning outcomes into teaching; utilize student retention strategies; and integrate technology into course work as appropriate to the discipline.
  • Assist with program and plan development and maintenance, coordinate instructional programs as assigned.
  • Review, coordinate, and recommend textbooks and/or class materials.  Comply with college procedures pertaining to grading and record keeping.
  • Assist in maintaining inventory control of equipment, tools, and supplies required for classes, and in requesting repair and/or replacement for the equipment according to division regulations.



Service includes fulfilling the mission and goals of the college outside of the classroom. Components may include but are not limited to:

  • Departmental service, including curriculum coordination, management and development, review, updating, revision and evaluation in relation to community needs and recommending changes as appropriate.
  • Assisting with or assuming department chair duties.
  • Conducting advising and outreach activities, assisting with concurrent enrollment, undertaking administrative assignments, and committee work.
  • Attending departmental meetings and, when appropriate, planning and attending advisory meetings.
  • Participating in system, college-wide, and campus committee work, including assisting in recruiting and interviewing potential full-time faculty and part-time instructors.
  • Sponsoring and participating in student activities, and attending college activities and events.
  • Serve as the college representative on agency advisory boards, make community and/or professional presentations, and serve as a liaison to local schools. Conduct classroom observations and oversight for affiliation sites and concurrent enrollment sites.
  • Perform administrative tasks to maintain program excellence, including but not limited to, evaluating graduation applications and prior learning assessment applications, assist in scheduling class offerings for each semester, maintain course sequence plans for each degree and certificate offered, college catalog review and revision, as requested.
  • Conduct classroom observations and provide performance feedback for part-time faculty.
  • Develop and communicate program policies and procedures to staff and students. Assure the integrity of the established standards and procedures.
  • Provide academic and behavioral advising to students to facilitate successful outcomes.
  • Oversee curriculum delivery via proper scheduling and staffing of courses, managing textbook/lab supplies, and licensing/maintenance of equipment.

Additional activities may include, but are not limited to: Serving as the college representative on a local board or commission; and serving as an elected or appointed member of local boards.  Participation in various college, system, and/or professional activities intended to develop the faculty member and enhance his/her ability to teach effectively and contribute to the mission and goals of the department and institution.

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Job Location
13300 West Sixth Avenue, Lakewood, CO, 80228
Job Type
Employment Type
$57,400.00-$67,118.00 Per year
Date posted
April 3, 2024
Valid through
April 12, 2024
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Position: Faculty - Mathematics (164-Day)

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