Veterinary General Education Instructor for Science Courses:
Valley College’s Growth:
Valley College continues to grow, evolve, and thrive in the post-secondary education community. As a result, Valley College’s leadership has once again invested in new research, programs, and staff which has resulted in continued success for our Online programs and more specifically, the development and growth of our students into future professionals preparing to enter their field of interest.
Now, based on our sustained success and growth, Valley College is looking for veterinarians to teach various veterinary technician classes that might include Biology, Anatomy & Physiology I, and Anatomy & Physiology II to train and prepare future veterinary professionals in a Hybrid and/or Online setting. We’re looking for individuals with a passion for both their field and teaching to join our institution.
Valley College’s Focus:
Valley College is focused on providing our students with skills and knowledge that they need to not only excel in the classroom but gain the skills and knowledge that employers are looking for from today’s college graduates.
As a result, Valley College has continued to make a positive impact on the lives of our students, the sustained success of the industries that our students join, and the communities that we serve.
Finally, Valley College is also focused on the success and development of our instructors. This dedication is evidenced in the way we bring new instructors into our team, embrace you into our faculty, and prepare you to be successful at our college!
Responsibilities of a Valley College Instructor:
Instruct students in General Education courses such as Biology, Anatomy & Physiology.
Prepare, with the support of Valley College staff, an engaging Hybrid/Online classroom using Active Learning strategies.
Communicate with students and Valley College support staff in a pro-active and productive manner.
Create, post, record, review, and grade various discussions, assignments, and assessments.
Provide timely and meaningful feedback for student growth.