I am looking to apply for a teaching position near my town at a local community college. It's a part time position teaching mathematics (and from my research its up to highschool/first year calculus).
I am currently a PhD student and have never applied for an academic position like this. The job posting only requires a resume/cover letter and nothing about a teaching philosophy statement.
The question is regarding my CV or resume. I think at this point in my life, my CV is my resume. Here are the relevant sections (in this order) I have in my CV right now:
- Teaching experience (minimal, just TA duties, no formal experience)
- Professional experience (my two full time jobs I worked after bachelors)
- Workshops/Certificates (workshops I've attended, certificates from coursera/edx)
- Relevant coursework (a summarized listing of my courses, for example writing "Real Analysis" instead of "Real analysis 1, real analysis 2" and similarly "singe, multivariable, and vector calculus" instead of "math 100, math 120, math 220")
- A list of my programming languages. (in categories such as "general: C++/java..", "mathematical: matlab, maple, R" ... )
- Activities and interests (my memberships and associations with clubs such as the AMS (American mathematical society).
- supervisor (my two supervisors and their emails)
This ends up being a nice clean two pages. My cover letter (which I have yet to write) will be at most one page.
So the question is.. is my CV properly formatted? What do I do about my lack of teaching experience and how do I address that?