Cisco College Mission & Purpose: The Mission of Cisco College is to provide quality, affordable, educational
opportunities to meet the diverse academic, technical and career needs of the students and communities we
serve. Cisco College maintains an open-door admissions policy and provides an array of educational programs
offered at two primary locations, Cisco and Abilene, in addition to many off-campus sites. Cisco strives for an
institutional culture of innovation, collaboration, faculty and staff empowerment and recognition, and an
openness to change that underscores our commitment to a shared mission and vision.
Cisco College Core Values: Cisco College facilitates student success by ensuring open-door access to diverse
educational opportunities, embracing innovation and best practices, and providing effective student support.
Cisco College insists on excellence in our programs, instruction, services, management, and learning
Cisco College Guiding Principles: Learning, Respect, Integrity, Communication, Cooperation, Joy, and
Mathematics Professor Expectations: Expectations are that faculty members of Cisco College accomplish
assigned duties in an efficient, effective, and competent manner and to strive for improvement and excellence
in all work performed. Faculty will exhibit a dedication to teaching and to the success of their students.
Additionally, faculty should demonstrate a commitment to the comprehensive role of the community college as
stated in the College Mission, collaborate, and work harmoniously with College personnel and the public. All
Cisco College employees are to follow College policies, rules, regulations, and guidelines that relate to the
Mathematics Faculty Team: The Mathematics Division at Cisco College includes faculty from the following
teaching disciplines: Mathematics, Engineering, Physics, and Computer Science. All members of the
Mathematics Division collaborate and communicate regularly to improve student success and assist in course
planning and prerequisite preparation. Mathematics faculty report to the Mathematics Division Chair.
Mathematics Professor Responsibilities:
Provide quality-learning experiences and maintain integrity of course standards and objectives.
Adhere to all Division policies including rigor, course content, assessment, and technology requirements.
Develop materials to engage all levels of mathematics courses and various modalities: synchronous,
asynchronous, hybrid, dual credit, and traditional.
Follow the Division guidelines for course syllabi and state clear learning objectives and assessment
Post syllabi in the learning management system and submit prior to first day of the semester.
Maintain five office hours per week designated as time available to assist students. Be available by
appointment for additional hours according to student needs.
Post office hours, clearly demonstrate availability, and submit hours as requested.
Promote tutoring opportunities in the Math Center and online.
Actively seek to stay current in the instructional discipline and in teaching theory by participating in
Follow the Division policies for engaging the learning management system.
Support the mission of the College by serving on College committees, attending division and faculty
meetings, and submitting all required paper work in a timely manner.
Participate in academic advising, orientation, registration, and promotion of pathway related activities.
Be knowledgeable of current mathematics pathways and career opportunities.
Assist the Division Chair with divisional duties including but not limited to scheduling, pathway planning,
and curriculum and catalog development.
Complete all elements of the Faculty Evaluation Plan and work with the Division Chair to establish
Participate actively in the College’s Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment of Student Learning for
ongoing improvement in the learning environment for Cisco College students.
Cooperate and maintain professionalism with the Administration, Division Chairs, Faculty, Staff, and
other members of the College community to facilitate the learning process.
Perform other related duties as assigned by the Division Chair and College Administration.
Essential Qualifications and Experience Required for the Mathematics Professor position
Master’s Degree and a minimum of 18 graduate hours in Mathematics. Master’s Degree in Mathematics
preferred. Additional graduate hours in STEM related coursework or career experience a plus.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrated teaching ability with college level teaching experience preferred.
Enthusiasm for teaching and student success.
Posting and Application Details:
This position is based at the Abilene campus of Cisco College, but may require teaching at the Cisco or Abilene
campus. This is a full-time, 9-month contract position.
Cisco College offers a generous benefit package, including comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance.
Member-only medical coverage and $5,000 of basic term life is provided at no cost to the employee. Other
coverages are selected by the employee and payment made through payroll deduction.
Cisco College offers retirement savings such as Teacher Retirement System or Option Retirement Plan – for
qualified positions. Twelve month employees also receive both sick and vacation leave on a month to month