Teach and manage sophomore organic chemistry laboratories.
Master’s degree in chemistry.
Master’s degree in chemistry and prefer 2 years of experience in managing an organic chemistry laboratory.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
-Preparing the laboratory for each experiment. This includes putting out chemicals and solvents needed for each week's experiment. 10% -Ordering chemicals, solvents, glassware and other supplies and apparatus as needed. 10% -Delivering recitations, which may include: 30% 1) administering and collecting quizzes from the previous week's lab 2) taking attendance 3) leading a discussion of the week's experiment, highlighting any deviations in the procedure and any safety concerns.
-Supervising up to 5 individual laboratory sections weekly, and grading of associated prelab assignments, quizzes and laboratory reports. 30% -Developing/adapting new laboratory experiments or modifications of existing experiments (mainly including utilization of green/microwave technologies) 5% -Contacting Environmental Health and Safety for removal of waste, and Physical Plant for any issues with the laboratory. 2% -Maintaining or arranging for the maintenance of instrumentation within and/or associated with the laboratory, such as IR spectrophotometer, GC, benchtop NMR spectrometer and microwave synthesizer. 4% -Demonstrating of and instructing students in the use of the instrumentation within and/or associated with the laboratory. 9%
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