Instructor, CC (Non-Credit)
University of Hawaii - Honolulu, HI

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Readvertisement, change to minimum qualification. To begin March 2013. Extension of position subject to funding and program needs.
Duties and Responsibilities

Under the general supervision of the Adult Basic Education Program Coordinator, contextualize math curriculum around entry level workforce development certificate programs in agriculture, healthcare and energy.

Provide math instruction to students enrolled in the non-credit work readiness and basic skills program.

Collaborate with career technical education faculty to develop supporting curriculum to support student success in career path.

Develop, collect, and manage student success through data/metrics such as enrollment, retention, persistence, learning outcomes, employer/student satisfaction, placement/wage, and related information.

Identify best practices of other adult learning practitioners and programs such as the Council on Adult Basic Education and the Office of Vocational and Adult Education.

Develop and modify curriculum that reflects adult learning principles.

Perform outreach services that involve working with potential students to enter the college.

Participate in professional and self-development activities.

Assignment may include evenings and weekends hours, and off-site locations (other UH Community College campuses).

Perform related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

(a) Master’s degree in Math; or (b) Master’s degree in Education and Bachelor’s degree in Math; or (c) M.Ed in Math; or (d) Master’s degree in a STEM-related field; or (e) Bachelor’s degree in Math or STEM-related field and 5 years related experience in the field and/or teaching math, including high school teaching experience.

Desirable Qualifications

Experience in the development, assessment, and/or evaluation of an instructional program.

Demonstrated understanding of current research and issues in Adult Basic Education, developmental education, and/or workforce readiness.

Demonstrated ability to work with at-risk adults in an educational setting.

Demonstrated ability to analyze problems, determine alternative problem solutions, and make appropriate and effective decisions.

Demonstrated ability to use technology for teaching and communication purposes.

Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively.

Experience teaching, developing, and modifying curriculum relative to adult literacy.

Demonstrated to ability to collaborate effectively with program staff.

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