General Education Instructor | Part-Time | Microbiology

May 28, 2024 9:19pm
Houston, Texas
Instruct and implement general education classes in a specific discipline to educate students in accordance with the curriculum standards and objectives.

The General Education Instructor may teach Anatomy & Physiology, Math Applications, Medical Terminology, Microbiology, Kinesiology, Medical Law, and Ethics. 

8-12 hours per week


  • Implement and evaluate daily lesson plans for students, including scheduled activities and sequence materials.
  • Plan instruction to achieve specific objectives based on student needs and established curriculum.
  • Monitor students' attendance in the program and coordinate with the Student Services Coordinator, Associate Director, or Program Director when absences occur two days in a row.    Enter attendance daily.
  • Review student success rates and implement a plan to reduce student withdrawals.  Meet with students to encourage them to stay in the program.  Maintain an 80% student success rate for all classes taught in the program.
  • Maintain student grades by established policies.  Prepare final grades at the end of each sequence to update student records and transcripts.
  • Evaluate students' performance regarding achievements in curriculum and activities and make necessary provisions to meet learning needs.
  • Monitor student academic progress and inform the Student Services Coordinator, Associate Director, or Program Director when a student’s grade average for any course drops below 77%.
  • Monitor students in the classroom. Assist students and ensure safety precautions are adhered to.
  • The list of essential functions is incomplete and may be supplemented.


  • Baccalaureate degree, with education in specific courses taught, from an academic institution accredited by an agency recognized by the Department of Education and/or Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
  • Secondary education teaching credentials and teaching experience or adult education teaching experience are preferred.