Job Type: Resident Faculty
Location: Kingman, Arizona
Position #: 1-214
Position starts August 1, 2012.
OPEN UNTIL FILLED: Applications reviewed weekly on Friday
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Your application is your first "test" for employment. The quality of your presentation, including your responses to the supplemental questions, will affect your success in moving forward in the selection process.
NOTE: The SUCCESSFUL applicant will be able to instruct engineering classes as well as in an additional content area. Preferred areas are physics or mathematics.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE OF JOB: Facilitate all aspects of learning and the educational growth of the students in the field of study for which the faculty member is hired; exemplify a commitment to excellence in the ongoing preparation and delivery of instruction with a focus on student achievement, advisement and retention and a commitment to personal professional growth.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Indoor, temperature controlled, well-lit, classroom environment with minimal noise exposure.
Typical Duties:ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
CONTRIBUTES TO THE COLLEGE'S EFFECTIVENESS BY
identifying short-term and long-range issues that must be addressed; providing pertinent information and commentary; providing leadership within the area hired including mentorship of associate faculty; recommending courses of action; implementing directives and advising students as assigned.
ESTABLISHES AND ADJUSTS COURSE OUTLINES, PACKAGES, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES AND ASSESSMENTS BY following curriculum guidelines and representing the college at Articulation Task Force meetings with active participation.
CONVEYS INFORMATION TO STUDENTS
via multiimedia presentations, verbal concepts, examples, demonstrations and other teaching aids demonstrating competence with audiovisual equipment and computers.
FACILITATES EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES BY
scheduling and assigning instructional activities; following up on results; providing a safe learning environment; and assessing learning.
ASSESSES STUDENT LEARNING BY
preparing, assigning, administering and scoring assessments; reviewing and correcting assignments; eliciting student questions and responses; evaluating application of learning to classroom project results; and participating in the assessment of student learning studies within the college through which the faculty gathers data about how well a course, program and/or the institution has done at achieiving student learning outcomes.
FACILITATES STUDENT LEARNING BY
providing instructional feedback; planning, monitoring and appraising learning results; coaching and advising students; and maintaining posted office hours and working evenings and weekends as required to meet student and/or college needs.
MAINTAINS RECORDS BY
documenting learning accomplishments within the learning management system and administrative software and fulfilling reporting obligations.
SUPPORTS COMMITTEE STRUCTURE BY
chairing and/or actively participating on assigned subcommittees, complying with reporting deadlines, implementing approved strategies, scripting and posting proceedings and/or ensuring proceedings are completed and posted in a timely manner.
OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS:
MAINTAINS PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE BY
attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
CONTRIBUTES TO TEAM EFFORT BY
accomplishing related results as needed.
Education (and experience) as per the qualification requirements listed below. Individuals must be able to meet one of the qualifications below in order to teach in a discipline. One of the following MUST be met in engineering.
Master's Degree or higher in the teaching Field OR
Master's Degree or higher in any teaching field with 18 graduate (500 level or above) semester hours in the teaching field OR
Master's Degree or higher in any field with 24 upper division (300 level or above) and/or graduate semester hours in the teaching field OR
Bachelor's Degree in the field plus three (3) years of recent, relevant, documentable occupational experience (usually teaching experience at the secondary education level or above). Ideally, this faculty member would be well versed in engineering and would receive release time from teaching duties to develop curriculum and build an engineering program at the college. Additionally, the faculty member would be expected to 'sell' the program to local high school students and other community members.
Preferred qualifications include prior college teaching experience and master's degree or higher.
Requires considerable knowledge of the content area for which the faculty member is assigned.
Requires reasonable competence with instructional technology.
Oral and written communication skills.
Experience with or willingness to learn different modes of instruction (on-ground, online, ITV, hybrid, etc.).
Interest and willingness to work with student groups, advise students, develop an engineering program, conduct summer science/engineering camp and serve as principle investigator on a METS grant.
Standing, sitting, walking, reading.
Some positions may require occasional lifting up to 50 lbs.
Some positions may be exposed to hazardous chemical and biological agents and must meet OSHA standards .
Salary placement is made according to an approved and published salary schedule . The maximum salary placement within any Grade is Step 6 for individuals with 6 or more years documented teaching experience at the secondary school level or higher.
It is the responsibility of each applicant to have all the following documents on file in the Human Resources Office by the deadline date in order to continue in the application process for this position.
Limit your application to the specific documents requested. Only the documentation requested below will be forwarded to the selection committee for review. Documents submitted that are NOT requested of you, will be deleted from your application.
Important Note: YOU MUST ATTACH THE DOCUMENTS BELOW BEFORE YOU CAN SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION. MCC HAS DECIDED TO NOT COLLECT THIS INFORMATION IN YOUR ELECTRONIC APPLICATION, BUT RATHER THROUGH AN ATTACHMENT.
1. A complete online employment application form. INITIAL SCREENING IS DONE SOLELY FROM THE INFORMATION IN YOUR APPLICATION AND DOES NOT INCLUDE REVIEW OF ATTACHMENTS. STATEMENTS SUCH AS SEE RESUME/CV WILL DISQUALIFY YOUR APPLICATION.
2. Cover letter addressing the criteria listed in the job announcement and your qualifications for this position.
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3. Resume or curriculum vitae.
4. Transcripts of all college work. (Unofficial transcripts or photocopies will be accepted to establish the application file. Official transcripts will be required if the candidate is offered the position.)
Important Note: Any degree from a country other than the U.S., including Great Britain and Canada, must be evaluated by a professional evaluation service.
5. A list of professional references, no more than five (5), that includes both phone and email contact information. Reference letters will be converted into a list and the letters will be shredded.
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