Essential Functions: Provide instructional assistance and assessment guidance/direction to student lab instructors for GEL 1011. Maintain continuous supportive relationship with students, faculty and staff.Hiring, training, scheduling and supervising of all student lab instructors, museum assistants and volunteers. Coordinating student lab instructors, museum assistants and volunteers work schedules to ensure the Geology Mineral Museum and Geology lab hours of operation are maintained.Maintain, update and revise lab manual. Partner with publishing company for successful outcome.Canvas-maintain course web-based software and testing system. Maintain inventory of all course materials.Maintain laboratory rooms, computers, equipment and lab. Order necessary materials/supplies and maintain inventories of mineral collection, computers and equipment. Assist faculty and staff with equipment repair requests.Act as Students Disability Services Liaison, including assisting with exceptions and accommodations.Partner with internal and external stakeholders for outreach activities.Participate in recruitment activities and events on and off campus.Assist the Chair with class scheduling and department scholarships.Responsible for field camp student presentations, tracking student field camp choices and communicating requests to faculty.Responsible for SET-Student Evaluation of Teaching packets.Other duties as and when needed by the Chair.
Qualifications: B.S. or M.S. degree in Geology (B.S. for ASO I, M.S. for ASO II).Experience in working with online introductory geology laboratory; maintaining, updating and revision with lab manual; partner with publishing company.Experience in course web-based software and testing system (Canvas) maintenance of inventory of all course materials.Experience with maintaining and ordering computers, equipment, lab materials and supplies, inventories of collection and equipment, and experience with assisting faculty and staff with equipment repair requests.Working experience with all the instruments used for mineral/rock cutting, thin section, pulverization, etc.Experience with outreach activities, recruitment activities, events on and off campus.Experience with field camp experience, field trips with students.Demonstrated experience in working with mineral museum and mineral shows.
Internal Number: 76_206175
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