Composition Stone Applicator Job Description Sample
Tenure-Track Professor In Composition
Details Title Tenure-Track Professor in Composition School Faculty of Arts and Sciences Department/Area Music Department Position Description The Department of Music seeks to appoint a tenure-track professor in Composition, with an emphasis on theater and/or media and/or mixed media collaborations. The appointment is expected to be made at the Assistant Professor level and to begin on July 1, 2018.
The tenure-track professor will be responsible for teaching and advising at the graduate and undergraduate levels, including graduate analysis for composers, graduate courses in the candidate’s area of expertise, and introductory and upper-level undergraduate composition courses in the broadest range of styles and genres in theater, media and/or mixed media collaborations. The ideal candidate will design courses suitable for cross-listing with the Theater, Dance and Media (TDM) undergraduate concentration. Basic Qualifications Candidates must have either a) a doctorate or terminal degree in Composition or related discipline or b) comparable experience and artistic distinction by the time the appointment begins.
Additional Qualifications Demonstrated strong commitment to teaching is desired. Special Instructions Please submit the following materials through the ARIeS portal (http://academicpositions.harvard.edu/postings/7876). Candidates are encouraged to apply by November 17, 2017; applications will be reviewed until the position is filled. 1. Cover letter 2.
Curriculum Vitae, including a list of works and performances, as relevant. 3. Teaching statement (describing teaching approach and philosophy) 4. Creative/research statement 5.
Names and contact information of 3 referees, who will be asked by a system-generated email to upload a letter of recommendation once the candidate’s application has been submitted. Please make sure referees are informed well before you submit. Three letters of recommendation are required, and the application is considered complete only when at least three letters have been received. 6.
Please provide THREE representative samples of your creative work of no more than 15 minutes duration each. These samples may be extracts of a larger work or a complete work. You may submit performance recordings or scores in pdf format, or a combination: • For performance recordings, please do not upload media files onto ARIeS, as the portal does not have space for them.
Using the optional URL document, upload a pdf with 1-3 hyperlinks to audio/visual material, and keep hyperlinks active until at least the end of April 2018. • For scores, submit them in pdf format through the ARIeS portal using Writing Samples 1-3. • If pdf format for scores is likely to be illegible online, you may send scores to the departmental address below, marked “composition search.” Scores mailed to the department will not be returned. Contact Information Professor Hans Tutschku, Search Committee Harvard University Department of Music 3 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 Contact Email email@example.com Equal Opportunity Employer We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Minimum Number of References Required 3 Maximum Number of References Allowed 3 Supplemental Questions
Visiting Professor (Part-Time), English Composition
Do you remember the professor who helped you believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful professional you are today? Today, you have the unique opportunity to be that professor, to create the "a-ha" moment of sudden inspiration, insight, and comprehension that will change a student's life forever.
DeVry University in Charlotte seeks to welcome new Part Time Visiting Professors to our rapidly expanding degree programs to instruct undergraduate courses in English. We are interested in developing long-term relationships with superior faculty who have high professional standards, excellent communication skills, enthusiasm and a commitment to providing the finest practitioner-focused education. The typical course of instruction may include:
Composition (ENGL112) This course develops writing skills through analysis of essays, articles and other written works that are used as models for writing practice and development. Writing assignments stress process approaches, development, organization, revision and audience awareness. Students use word processing and web-based tools to develop written work.
Advanced Composition (ENGL135 ) This course builds on the conventions and techniques of composition through critical reading requirements and longer, more sophisticated reports, including a documented library research paper. Assignments require revising and editing for an intended audience. Students are also taught search strategies for accessing a variety of print and electronic resources. In this role, you will:
Become part of a dynamic team of educational professionals, teaching undergraduate students in a variety of degree programs with a blended-learning format (campus/online)
Implement and embrace our philosophy, curriculum and course objectives by engaging students
Establish an environment conducive to student engagement by effectively planning and preparing for classes, responding quickly to student requests for assistance and ensuring that students enjoy a powerful learning experience
Identify opportunities to enhance student engagement through collaboration with colleagues who provide academic and professional guidance
Promote student success by demonstrating a flexible style and exhibit a passion for teaching by devoting time and energy to develop scholarly excellence
Engage with a diverse student body comprised of a variety of ages, cultural backgrounds, ethnicities and academic preparation using a variety of platforms and technology
Foster a positive learning environment by keeping accurate records, submitting grades on time, and enforcing academic and attendance policies You are encouraged to explore this opportunity if you meet the following criteria:
A Master's or PhD degree in English or closely related field with 18+ earned graduate credit hours directly in English coursework
Prior higher education teaching experience is preferred
Solid subject matter expertise and outstanding communication skills
Excellent motivational and instructional skills to be effective in a non-traditional environment
Must be able to work in a collegial manner and facilitate the efforts of diverse groups We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.
We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing. Thank you for applying for this outstanding opportunity today! Since our founding in 1931, DeVry University has focused on delivering a different kind of education – one based on experiential learning with real-world applications.
When you join our team, you’re choosing an institution that serves students who are different, too: a diverse group of go-getters from all walks of life. We know our colleagues are integral to the success of the institution. At DeVry, we’re guided by our culture of care, and we embrace values that teach us to care for students, self and colleagues.
It’s one way we position our colleagues for success. We are looking for engaged, caring colleagues to join our organization in serving our students. We take extra pride in our dedicated support teams, as well as our outstanding faculty members who have often worked for years in the fields that they teach.
We believe all our colleagues deserve opportunities to reach their goals. Whether it’s career advancement, maintaining a healthy lifestyle or saving for retirement, our comprehensive benefits and professional development offerings can help you meet your goals. If you want to be a part of an institution focused on providing high-quality education, care and attention, we invite you to apply for a position today.
Req Number: 2017-94517 Department: Academics FLSA Status: Exempt External Company Name: Adtalem Global Education External Company URL: www.atalem.com
English Composition Adjuncts
Min T/E Requirements Applicants must have a PhD in English or a Master’s Degree in English or a related field that includes a minimum of 18 hours of graduate work in English. All degrees must come from accredited institutions. Strong consideration will be afforded to candidates who exhibit a demonstrated record of professional experience and success in undergraduate teaching. Applicants should submit a cover letter, a current cv, and a sample composition syllabus.
Primary Purpose of Organization Unit English composition instruction
Primary Purpose of Position English composition instruction
Job Description The Department of English
, Theatre, and Foreign Languages seeks adjunct faculty to teach courses in Composition I and Composition II. We invite applications to be submitted for potential openings. These positions are suited for potential faculty who possess terminal degrees in English or have a minimum of 18 hours of approved graduate course work in closely-related fields. Excellence in teaching and learning conducted within a rigorous and stimulating environment is an important core value of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. ETFL has a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, and part-time faculty are expected to exhibit and maintain campus and departmental standards.
… ## Special Instructions to Applicants This position is subject to the successful completion of an employment background check. An employment background check includes a criminal background check, employment verification, reference checks, license verification (if applicable) and credit history check (if applicable). If hired, the candidate will be required to submit proof of eligibility to work in the United States. New employees are paid only by direct deposit to the financial institution of their choice. Candidates claiming Veterans Preference must attach a copy of their DD-214 as a part of the online application process. Per the requirements of the Clery Act of 1998, the Campus Security Report can be found at: http://www.uncp.edu/about-uncp/administration/departments/title-ix-clery-compliance/annual-security-reports UNC Pembroke is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The University prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibits discrimination against all individuals based on their age, race, color, genetic information, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin. Division: Academic Affairs
Department:* English, Theatre & Languages (Office)
Vacancy Type:* Part-Time Temporary
FTE:* .5 Salary Range: Commensurate with Education and Experience
Hiring Range:* Commensurate with Education and Experience
Number of vacancies:* 5 Position #: ADJA01 FLSA Status: Exempt
Months per year:* 9 Work Schedule =e.g. 8-500: 20 hours/week, flexible schedule
Job Opening Date:* 06/10/2015 Open Until Filled: Yes
Posting Category:* Faculty
Posting Number:* NP00017 Quick Link to Posting: http://jobs.uncp.edu/postings/1313
Assistant, Associate, Or Full Professor Of English In Rhetoric And Composition
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of English in Rhetoric and Composition Job no:520602 Work type:Faculty - Tenure Track Location:Eugene, OR Categories:English, Instruction Department:Arts & Sciences, College of Department:English Rank:Assistant Professor Annual Basis:9 Month Application Deadline November 30, 2017; position open until filled Required Application Materials Candidates are asked to apply on line at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/9856by submitting an application letter, a curriculum vitae, a writing sample of approximately 20 pages, and three letters of recommendation by November 30, 2017. If you are unable to use this online resource, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange alternate means of submitting application materials.
Position Announcement The English Department at the University of Oregon seeks applicants for a tenure line open rank position in Rhetoric and Composition, to begin in Fall 2018. Ideal candidates will have solid backgrounds in the history and theory of rhetoric, argumentation studies, and writing pedagogy. They will also have interests in cultivating rhetorical capabilities in undergraduates and working with other faculty to support our programs in rhetoric and writing, including our large and diverse Composition Program; our Minor and Certificate Program in Writing, Public Speaking, and Critical Reasoning; and our graduate concentration in Rhetoric and Composition.
We especially encourage candidates working in global and transnational rhetorics, American ethnic rhetoric (especially Latinx rhetoric and composition), rhetoric and citizenship studies, equity and inclusion in pedagogy, argument cultures, digital rhetoric, and disability studies. Department or Program Summary Enter a description of your department or program here. This is your opportunity to explain your department to your candidates.
Feel free to include any special initiatives or emphasize information that would be of interest to candidates. Minimum Requirements Minimum qualifications include: Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition or closely related field.
Evidence of an active research program in Rhetoric/Composition/ Argumentation Studies with achievements appropriate to projected rank. Evidence of teaching successfully and working effectively with students from varied backgrounds. Evidence of successful teaching at the graduate level for appointment at advanced rank.
Preferred Qualifications The Department of English is dedicated to building a diverse faculty and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We strongly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented groups and from candidates who share our commitment to diversity. Applicants are requested to include in their cover letter information about how they will further our goals of achieving diversity, equity, and inclusion along with a description of efforts they have made in this regard in their past activities.
About the University The University of Oregon is one of only two Pacific Northwest members of the Association of American Universities and holds the distinction of a “very high research activity” ranking in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The UO enrolls more than 20,000 undergraduate and 3,600 graduate students representing all 50 states and nearly 100 countries. In recent years, the university has increased the diversity of its student body while raising average GPAs and test scores for incoming students.
The UO’s beautiful, 295-acre campus features state-of-the art facilities in an arboretum-like setting. The UO is located in Eugene, a vibrant city of 157,000 with a wide range of cultural and culinary offerings, a pleasant climate, and a community engaged in environmental and social concerns. The campus is within easy driving distance of the Pacific Coast, the Cascade Mountains, and Portland.
The University of Oregon is proud to offer a robust benefits package to eligible employees, including health insurance, retirement plans and paid time off. For more information about benefits, visithttp://hr.uoregon.edu/careers/about-benefits. The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the ADA.
The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status. UO prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression in all programs, activities and employment practices as required by Title IX, other applicable laws, and policies. Retaliation is prohibited by UO policy.
Questions may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator, Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity, or to the Office for Civil Rights. Contact information, related policies, and complaint procedures are listed on the statement of non-discrimination. In compliance with federal law, the University of Oregon prepares an annual report on campus security and fire safety programs and services.
The Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report is available online at http://police.uoregon.edu/annual-report. Advertised:20 Sep 2017Pacific Daylight Time Applications close:
English Composition I And/Or II Adjunct
English Composition I and/or II Adjunct Date: 5-3-17 Position Title: English Composition I and/or II Adjunct Department:
English department Position Requirements and Preferences: Master’s Degree in Composition or English, or any Master’s Degree with at least 18 graduate credit hours in Composition or English.
English Composition I – This course has been designed as an introduction to the writing process. Emphasis will be placed on pre-writing, careful drafting, and critical revision of the basic essay, with particular attention to audience analysis, identification of purpose, thesis formation, incorporation of supporting materials and overall essay organization. Analysis of the students’ own writing and that of others will be emphasized.
English Composition II – Following Composition I, this course continues developing students’ writing skills and prepares students for the research projects and critical thinking that they will need in future courses and beyond. Students will read scholarly writing, participate in discussion, study argument and research methods, and prepare research projects, such as a hypothesis, a project proposal, or abstract, and an annotated bibliography.
Instructor will teach 1-3 sections of English Composition I or II (LDRS 101 or 102) on the traditional campus.
Instructor will teach according to the guidelines agreed upon by the English department, and as outlined in the William Penn University course catalog. Reports to: Dr. Bob Rietveld Start Date:
August 21, 2017 Replacement or New Position: Replacement Full-Time/Part-time/Temp: Part-time (Adjunct Position) Closing Date of Posting:
Open until filled Application Sent to: Send letter of application and resume: Dr. Bob Rietveld William Penn University 201 Trueblood Avenue Oskaloosa, Iowa 52577 Email: email@example.com Terms of Employment: At will employee William Penn University is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
English Composition Adjunct Professor
General Description An adjunct faculty member at Oklahoma City Community College has the primary responsibility of instruction. Secondary responsibilities include supporting the integrity of curricula, encouraging student success, and promoting the mission of the division to which the adjunct faculty member belongs as well as the College as a whole.
(Position Specific) (The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.)
(Duties Assignment Statement) Essential Functions: An adjunct faculty member is primarily responsible for supporting student learning by providing quality instruction in courses that the adjunct faculty member and the dean/coordinator agree will be taught.
Quality instruction includes clear course objectives, prepared and relevant class activities, effective and understandable presentations of learning materials, fair and understandable grading practices (credit classes only), timely responses to students, and a positive atmosphere in the classroom. In addition to the primary responsibility for supporting student learning, an adjunct faculty member is expected to: Participate in the assessment of student learning outcomes for the program and/or department; Respond in a timely fashion to information requests from program, division, and College administrators; Attend department, division, and College meetings as required; Acquire new knowledge and skills as appropriate for the academic discipline; Satisfy objectives for mutually agreed upon special assignments; Support the Division’s and College’s vision, mission, goals, and priorities.
Course(s) this position may teach include: Any courses taught within the English, Humanities, or Philosophy disciplines.
(Safety / Policy & Procedures) Abide by the policies and procedures published in the Board of Regents Policies and College Policies & Procedures. Contribute to a safe educational & working environment.
Adhere to established safety and health procedures and practices for the purpose of providing injury and illness prevention for self and others. Complete quarterly health and safety training pursuant to OCCC’s established safety and health procedures and practices. Participate in all applicable OCCC emergency, evacuation and shelter in place drills and be prepared to take action and assist others in taking appropriate action should a health or safety emergency occur.
/Experience Master’s Degree with 18 graduate hours in the field of English Composition or comparable graduate courses.
, Skills & Abilities Demonstrated positive human relations and communications skills; Basic computer skills, proficient in the use of Microsoft Office or similar software; Flexible teaching style to accommodate individual learning styles; Committed to helping students achieve their goals to be successful and attain a college education; Support and willingness to teach in a competency-based instructional system; Able to work well as a team member in an instructional unit; Ability to communicate and articulate concepts in an organized manner both verbally and in writing; Ability to read and understand content in order to assist students when they are having difficulty interpreting concepts; Ability to interact in an effective and encouraging manner with students individually and in groups; Knowledge of or willingness to learn computerized tutorial programs; Must be punctual and reliable; Knowledge of or willingness to learn computer programs and Learning Management Systems used in the Division and on campus (such as MineOnline and Moodle); Organization and attention to detail; Agreeable to meet stated expectations such as being available during office hours and providing means of communication with supervisor(s) and/or the Division office.
/Working Conditions 1. GENERAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Sedentary work: The person in this position may occasionally exert up to 10 pounds of force to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. 2. PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES:
This position requires the person to frequently move about the classroom to assist students and perform the essential functions of the position. This position requires the person to frequently listen to and communicate with students, faculty, and staff to perform the essential functions of the position. Must be able to exchange accurate information in various situations.
This position frequently requires the person to operate a computer, other office equipment and mobile devices to prepare instructional documents, answer email correspondence, and complete other activities necessary to perform the essential functions of the position. 3. VISUAL ACUITY: This position requires the person to judge, observe and assess the accuracy, neatness, thoroughness of work assigned or to make general observations. 4. WORKING CONDITIONS This position’s essential functions are performed in an indoor classroom or office setting.
Special Instructions to Applicants Applicants are to thoroughly complete the online application and attach the following required documents:
cover letter, resume, and transcript conferring a minimum of a Master’s degree and confirming successful completion of at least 18 graduate hours in the field of English Composition or comparable graduate courses. Applicants who do not attach the required documents will not be considered for the position. For application assistance, please contact Human Resources at (405) 682-7542, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM. Posting Number: Adjunct_0401644 Classification Title: Adjunct Professor
Working Title:* English Composition Adjunct Professor
Datatel Position ID:* ENHU6ADJENGL1A
Annual Hours:* As needed or assigned. Placement Range: $690 per Credit Hour
Position Type:* Adjunct Faculty
What position does this position report to?:* Dean of English and Humanities
What position(s) reports to this position?:* None.
Work Hours:* Day, evening, weekend, and/or online as required by section assignment. Department: Division of English & Humanities
Job Open Date:* 07/01/2017 Job Close Date: 06/30/2018 Open Until Filled: No
HR Contact:* Alicia Silva
Composition Lecturer Apply now Job no: 493714 Position type: Faculty Lecturer Non-Tenure Track Location:
Brockport Division/Equivalent: Academic Affairs School/Unit: School of Arts and Sciences Department/Office:
English, Composition, Film Studies Categories: Faculty The English Department at the College at Brockport is accepting applications for a full-time Lecturer to teach in the College Composition Program beginning August 2018. This is a non-tenure track position with a renewable contract.
The Lecturer will have a 4-4 teaching load and be required to do some departmental service. Courses will include ENG 112, which fulfills the College’s General Education Writing requirement; ENG 102, a developmental writing course; and ENG 301 Advanced Composition. The position requires teaching standard sections of these courses as well as special sections of ENG 102 and 112 that are reserved for at-risk students in the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) and the Exceptional Talent program.
Service will include assisting with program assessment, student placement, and other tasks within the English Department.
M.A. or M.F.A. in English from an accredited US Dept of Education or an internationally recognized institution Experience teaching expository writing in college composition courses.
The successful candidate will demonstrate a sensitivity to the experiences and learning needs of students from diverse backgrounds. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of theory, methods, and pedagogies of writing that are current in the field of rhetoric and composition.
Application Instructions: Please visit www.brockportrecruit.org to complete an application and submit your cover letter, CV, statement of teaching philosophy, transcripts, and contact information for three references. Unofficial transcripts may be submitted at this point, but official transcripts are required upon hire.
Applications will be accepted until 12/31/17. Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation. If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations at (518) 474-6988 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The College at Brockport, State University of New York is an AA/EEO/ADA employer. The College actively seeks applications from women, veterans, individuals with a disability, members of underrepresented groups or anyone that would enrich the diversity of the College. Advertised: 09 Nov 2017 Eastern Standard Time Applications deadline: 31 Dec 2017 11:55 PM Eastern Standard Time
Adjunct Instructor, Composition
Temporary, part-time instructor for Spring semester 2018. ENG106: Composition II- Monday and Wednesday 7:30-9:30am.
Assistant Professor Of English, Composition And Rhetoric (Fy18-039)
Faculty Position FY18-039
September 29, 2017
Assistant Professor of English, Composition and Rhetoric Job Description/Responsibilities The Assistant Professor of English is a tenure-track position in Composition and Rhetoric. Specialization open within Composition and Rhetorical Studies. The teaching assignment for the Assistant Professor of English will include courses in MA Teaching of Writing Program, undergraduate minor in Rhetoric and Writing, first-year writing sequence, and English major and general education curricula.
Terms of Appointment Continuing tenure track academic year (nine month) appointment beginning August 16, 2018.
Salary Commensurate with experience and credentials.
Qualifications PhD in English or closely related field required. Persons who have not completed all degree requirements by the beginning of the contract period (ABD) may be considered for a one-year term appointment at the rank of instructor until the degree is completed.
Demonstrated scholarly promise essential. Demonstrated interest in teaching technical/business writing and/or basic writing a plus.
Source of Funds
Application Process Candidates should submit an initial letter of application and curriculum vitae either through this web link: https://apps.mla.org/login_dual&xurl;=jil_search Or by mail to: Search Committee Composition Rhetoric English Department Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Campus Box 1431G Edwardsville, IL 62026-1431 Candidates who advance to the second round will be asked for a writing sample, statement of teaching philosophy, letters of recommendation and transcripts.
Application Deadline For optimal consideration in a first pool of applicants, all application materials must be received by November 15, 2017. A second pool of applicants may be reviewed after this date if the position is not filled from the first pool of applicants.
The position will remain open until the position is filled. SIUE is a state university - benefits under state sponsored plans may not be available to holders of F1 or J1 visas. Applicants will be subject to a background check prior to an offer of employment.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to an inclusive and diverse workforce. We will not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, national origin, religion, disability, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation or veteran’s status. We encourage applications from women, minorities, protected veterans and people with disabilities.
The SIUE Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available online at http://www.siue.edu/securityreport. The report contains campus safety and security information, crime statistics, fire safety policies, and fire statistics for the previous three calendar years. This report is published in compliance with Federal law, titled the “Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act” and the Higher Education Opportunity Act also known as the “Campus Fire Safety Right to Know.” For those without computer access, a paper copy of the report may be obtained, with a 24-hour notice, from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration, Rendleman Hall, Room 2228, 618-650-2536
English Composition Instructor - Adjunct / Day And Eve
The English Composition Instructor is responsible for providing and sustaining an effective learning environment for every student through well- prepared classes, relevant assignments, fair and holistic assessment of learning, clear documentation and feedback on student progress, and support of academic success for all students. The Instructor is responsible for maintenance of professional competence through engagement in documented professional development activities, for engagement in documented faculty development activities that enhance the ability to provide effective instruction and for participation in departmental and campus-wide activities. The Instructor works under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Education, Program Director, or his/her designee. IT/Information Technology, Computer Networking, Computer Science, Computer Software, Network Administration, Allied Health, Medical Billing and Coding, Accounting, Electrical, Dental Assisting, Math, Teacher, Professor Minimum:
Master’s Degree and a minimum of 16 related credits between bachelor and master's Prefered: + 3 years of experience in academic instruction in a post-secondary environment + 5 years of experience in the field of instruction
Working knowledge of federal/state government education regulations I. Promotes and Maintains a Positive Learning Environment • Maintains a thorough knowledge and understanding of all school policies, and adheres to and upholds their implementation and enforcement. • Convenes all assigned classes in accordance with their start and end times. • Maintains a safe environment for all students, faculty, and staff. • Safeguards materials, records, and equipment. • Participates in campus-wide initiatives in support of recruitment, retention, graduation, and other institutional effectiveness goals on an individual and team basis. • Attends school functions including staff meetings, in-service training, faculty meetings, orientation, graduation, and special student activities and school events as required. Serves on standing committees as appointed. • Completes an annual self-evaluation and participates in the performance appraisal process. • Abides by all Federal, state, and accreditation/compliance rules and regulations. • Serves as a professional role model to students. •Inspires student confidence in school, faculty, and self. • Adheres to the Employee Handbook, Faculty Guide, Catalog, and other school policy and procedure and any amendments thereto. • Demonstrates commitment to interdepartmental cooperation. • Maintains professional dress and demeanor. • Maintains appropriate confidentiality when working with students, records, and administrative staff. • Maintains an attitude of enthusiasm and willingness to cooperate and collaborate. • Interacts with students and fellow employees in a courteous, professional, and positive manner. • Treats students with fairness, impartiality, and objectivity. • Provides advance notification regarding lateness, absence, and vacation schedules during time of substitute assignment. II. Fulfills Administrative Responsibilities • Maintains and posts office hours for the purpose of student advisement and tutoring. • Maintains accurate, up-to-date records of student progress, performance, and attendance, using the tools and technology provided by the institution, as required by school policy and procedure. • Maintains appropriate confidentiality when working with students, records, and administrative staff. • Contacts absent students on a daily basis via telephone. • Ensures mid-term and final student grades are submitted in accordance with school policy. Submits a mid-term report of students whose grade point averages are below a "C" at the conclusion of the sixth week of classes. • Maintains flexibility in fulfilling the instructional needs of the school. III. Focuses on Curriculum and Instruction • Participates in the curriculum development and monitoring process. • Makes recommendations for additions to, or upgrading of, curriculum, course materials, equipment, and textbooks. • Recommends library/resource center acquisitions; assists the Librarian in culling the library collection. • Shares course materials and insights with other faculty members. • Participates in Advisory Board meetings. • Keeps up-to-date and in contact with local employers regarding appropriateness of course/program content. IV. Professional Development • Remains current with developments within the area of instructional responsibility through memberships in professional organizations, seminars, workshops, and continuing education courses. • Regularly participates in professional development activities and provides documentation of these activities. • Participates in scheduled quarterly in-service and training activities. V. Manages the Classroom/Laboratory • Provides students with a full understanding of course objectives (syllabus, course outlines, and course materials/equipment) on the first day of class and throughout the course. • Maintains appropriate classroom control while utilizing a variety of teaching methods and strategies to meet the needs of varying student learning styles. • Maintains records of course preparation (lesson plans, etc.) and evaluation tools (examinations, quizzes, project/portfolio assignments, etc.), and submits as required. • Holds class for full duration of scheduled hours, and facilitates effective use of class time. • Ensures that all course materials and objectives are presented to accomplish the objectives on the official curriculum syllabus. • Maintains consistent performance when dealing with all students with respect to grading, documentation, policies, and discipline. • Provides the Director of Education or his or her designee with regular feedback relative to class and student progress and/or problems and concerns. • Provides the student with timely information on his or her academic progress relative to quizzes, exams, homework, and projects; review progress with students on a regular basis, well in advance of the end of a term. • Ensures the classroom/laboratory facility is left in a clean and orderly manner upon conclusion of scheduled session. • Actively enforces school policies, such as on-line/computer usage, dress code, etc. at all times. VI. Delivers Instructional Material • Facilitates classroom activities in a manner that is consistent with the course syllabus and outline. • Utilizes active learning techniques to maintain a challenging learning environment for students; utilizes a variety of media/audio-visual/technology materials to achieve course goals and objectives, and to engage students representing variety of student learning styles. • Provides students with class/laboratory objectives daily. • Assists with exemption/challenge exams for specific courses in teaching field. • Publishes availability for individual tutoring and remediation. • Utilizes effective delivery skills (e.g., eye contact, voice intonation, and various questioning techniques). • Draws on personal experiences to relate the material presented. • Utilizes additional community resources in instruction (i.e., field trips, presentations by guest speakers) relevant to course objectives. • Utilizes library resources in classroom activities. • Ensures appropriate development of student portfolio pieces. • Continually promotes the development and effective use of higher cognitive level/critical thinking skills in students. • Maintains a minimally acceptable overall customer satisfaction rating on the student satisfaction survey instrument in accordance with campus goals. • Maintains a minimally acceptable rating on classroom observation results. VII. Conducts Laboratory/Clinic/Practicum Activities
Assigns laboratory activities that coincide with the material presented in lecture sessions as appropriate.
Presides over all scheduled laboratory activities and hours.
Ensures that time is spent productively by students working on appropriate assignments.
Provides the opportunity for individual student attention.
Evaluates students and provides them specific feedback.
Provides additional assignments/projects as student progress dictates.
Orders supplies as needed by following school procedure.
Assists in maintaining a clean lab and clean equipment.
Conducts initial troubleshooting measures on equipment and promptly label and reports all equipment in need of repair.
Provides adequate safety measures for students and security measures to ensure safety of laboratory equipment. Requisition ID: 2017-6642 Job Status: Part Time External Company Name: Delta Career Education Corporation External Company URL: www.deltaed.com
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