Adjunct Faculty, Pre-Curriculum

The Adjunct Faculty, Pre-Curriculum is available to teach courses in Reading and English, Mathematics or Study Skills during the daytime, evening and weekends as needed. The position reports directly to the Associate Dean, School of General Studies & Academic Support.
Promotes College mission, values, and vision
Teaches assigned courses in classroom and/or lab settings to meet program needs including, but not limited to, day, evening, weekend, and distance courses
Evaluates student progress and provides appropriate feedback
Develops course syllabi and provides appropriate written information to students concerning course evaluation and criteria
Explore, assess, and implement appropriate instructional technology to enhance student learning outcomes
Carries out a program of self evaluation to determine instructional effectiveness
Assists in the evaluation of courses and programs
Prepares and submits instructional records, reports, and grades established by institutional policy
Attends appropriate College and School meetings
Assists in student recruitment and retention
Maintains appropriate office hours and accessibility for students, faculty and staff
Participates in professional development to enhance instructional and technical skills
Performs other tasks as assigned which support the mission and initiatives of the College
Qualifications Required:
Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution in English, Reading, Mathematics, Education or related field
Teaching experience
Creativity and openness to change
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong computer skills (including familiarity with MS Office 2010) and commitment to the use of technology in instruction
Ability to work effectively and collegially with others in a team environment
Familiarity with and appreciation for the mission of a comprehensive community college
Effectiveness in the following College organizational competencies:
- Translating College purpose, values, and vision into organizational action
- Collaborating and facilitating
- Creating and innovating
- Anticipating and responding to change
- Providing vision and leadership
- Assessment of student learning
- Engagement and assessment of successful student retention models
Qualifications Preferred:
Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution in appropriate subject areas
Broad background of academic coursework and curriculum development
Teaching experience at the community college level
Experience teaching online and hybrid courses
ADA requirements for this position include critical thinking skills with the ability to process information and exercise good judgment in the collection, evaluation and analysis of data and student assessment, curriculum development, and program review; ease of mobility in supervising students in the clinical and classroom settings, carrying equipment, supplies and other instructional materials; travel between campus locations may be required; and effective use of all forms of communication including use of computers.
Salary Range:
$27.28 - $28.71 per hour based on candidate's education, years of experience, and the state budget

ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON DCCC WEBSITE: For the complete job description and the electronic application, please go to the employment page of our website, http://www.davidsonccc.edu\Employment click on Search Jobs Icon, then, select position title to submit the electronic application. Note: We do not accept resumes without the completed application.
Application Requirements:
1) A completed online application, including electronic signature
2) A cover letter, stating your qualifications related to (a) position responsibilities and qualifications and (b) College purpose, vision, and organizational competencies (A resume is not a cover letter.)
3) Unofficial transcripts from a regionally accredited institution (uploaded with application, sent electronically, faxed or mailed.) Official transcripts are required within 30 days of employment. International transcripts must be WES evaluated.

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