Madison College is recruiting a pool of qualified part-time candidates to teach courses for the Business Technology – Administrative Professional & Business Software Application Specialist program. Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis for the 2013-2014 academic school year. Starting salary depends on qualifications and experience. Health and dental benefits are NOT provided.
Organizational Function and Responsibilities:
This position is responsible for instruction in the Business Technology – Administrative Professional & Business Software Application Specialist program at the college level. This includes developing a relevant and progressive curriculum, designing and implementing effective learning strategies and environments, delivering instruction of high quality, assessing student learning, advising students, and participating in college service activities at the department, division and college levels.
This position reports to the Associate Dean – School of Business and Applied Arts.
The following duties are typically expected of this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.
1. Responsible for instruction in the Microsoft Office Certificates, Administrative Professional, Business Software Applications Specialist programs and electives program including but not limited to the following courses: : Records Management, Software Simulation, Proofreading and Editing, Project Management, Administrative Office Procedures, Internship, Windows, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, other related software programs and Internet/Web based courses.
2. Develop and plan appropriate instructional strategies and alternative delivery strategies when appropriate including but not limited to hybrid, face-to-face and on-line course delivery.
3. Participate in in-service meetings, convocation training, staff development trainings or other activities or programs requested by the Department.
4. Assist and advise students who have problems with assignments, tests, grades, course content, career concerns, and other academic matters.
5. Comply with college policies and directions regarding student testing, record keeping, advanced standing, providing grades on a timely basis, evaluating student performance and maintaining office hours for student assistance and counseling, etc.
6. Maintain certification as an instructor with the Wisconsin Technical College System and approval with Department of Health and Family Services.
7. Assist students in developing work experience assignments such as internships, work study assignments, team projects, etc.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
1. Knowledge of current educational methods and strategies, including learner-centered instruction, assessment, evaluation and collaborative techniques and strategies that address closing the gap in student access and achievement across race, gender and disability.
2. Skill in the use of educational technology and alternative delivery methods.
3. Knowledge and ability to infuse multicultural perspectives into course content and delivery.
4. Skill in communications and human relations with populations having diverse socio-economic and racial backgrounds.
5. Ability to interact with business and industry to establish partnerships.
1. Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited public or private institution or the following equivalent:
a. Occupational experience combined with education and training preparing a person for the occupation totaling 7 years or 14,000 hours.
2. Two (2) years (4000 hours) of related work experience. Work experience must come from the categories listed on the Wisconsin Technical College system website:
3. Experience teaching students in an academic setting or training personnel in a business setting.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
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