Teach Math at Diablo Valley College!

Diablo Valley College (Pleasant Hill Campus) is seeking three full-time, tenure track Assistant Professors of Mathematics.

Are you a math instructor who is:

  • Qualified to teach any class from pre-algebra to statistics to differential equations
  • Ready to prepare students for college-level and transfer-level mathematics
  • Excellent in the classroom – a dynamic lecturer/learning leader/facilitator
  • Equipped with unique life and teaching experiences
  • Committed to working inside and outside of the classroom with colleagues
  • Able to increase the success of under-prepared and under-served students
  • Friendly, energetic, and passionate!

If so, then the DVC Math Department would like to invite you to join our team.

Diablo Valley College

Diablo Valley College (DVC) is a large suburban community college, approximately 25 miles east of San Francisco in Contra Costa County. One of three colleges in the Contra Costa Community College District, DVC enrolls approximately 20,000 students, about 40% who come from groups historically underrepresented in higher education. DVC ranks consistently as one of the most successful transfer institutions in California and also offers a wide range of highly respected occupational programs leading to certificates or degrees. The faculty is known for its intellectual vitality and deep commitment to the success of its students.

The position

Full-Time, Mathematics Assistant Professor Positions at Diablo Valley College

To qualify, the applicant must possess a Master’s Degree in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics OR Bachelor’s degree in either of the above AND Master’s degree in Statistics, Physics, or Mathematics Education, or the equivalent.

In addition to contractual duties, all full-time faculty are expected to participate actively in their disciplines, department activities, and the general intellectual life and governance of the college. Part of the teaching assignment may be in the evening and/or online. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  1. advancing student learning through dedicated, exemplary instruction in accordance with established course outlines;
  2. developing and implementing student learning outcomes assessment processes for courses and programs;
  3. collaborating in the development and revision of curriculum and in program review;
  4. engaging in department program improvement initiatives;
  5. participating in department, division, and college committees;
  6. participating in professional development activities, both departmental and college-wide;
  7. maintaining current knowledge in the subject matter area and effective teaching/ learning strategies;
  8. maintaining appropriate standards of professional conduct and ethics;
  9. informing students of course requirements, evaluation procedures and attendance requirements;
  10. preparing and grades class assignments and examinations and informing students of their academic progress;
  11. maintaining attendance, scholastic, and personnel records and submitting them according to published deadlines;
  12. posting and holding sufficient and regular office hours in accordance with prevailing policy;
  13. participating in College’s shared governance processes.