A chemistry instructor is a teacher that specializes in teaching chemistry. They teach about the chemical properties and processes of different substances under different conditions. They also teach students about the uses and dangers of chemicals and draw conclusions from observations and data collected. Their ultimate objective is to ensure that students are well-grounded in chemistry concepts.
Chemistry instructors usually work in high schools and universities, and research facilities. A successful chemistry instructor should have chemistry knowledge, teaching skills, attention to detail, interpersonal skills, communication skills, critical thinking skills, and time management skills.
A chemistry instructor usually has a regular work schedule. They work 40 hours a week Monday to Friday from 9 to 5. Their work schedule depends on the institution's operating hours. They also set aside some time to address individual students' concerns.