Main Campus, Graham, NC
- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Thursday, July 1, 2021
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Required: Master's degree in American Sign Language, or a Master’s degree + 18 graduate credit hours in American Sign Language from a regionally-accredited institution; experience teaching hybrid and web-enhanced courses, including knowledge of Moodle course management systems or similar LMS; the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with faculty, staff, students and others.
Preference will be given to applicants with community college teaching experience and familiarity with North Carolina Community College curriculum structure and processes.
OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Teaching college level American Sign Language (ASL) courses at a variety of locations.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
Teach curriculum courses in ASL in both the University Transfer and Associate in Applied Science degree areas. Courses are taught in traditional seated, online, and hybrid formats. Classes may be taught on the main campus or at area high schools. Other tasks will include the development of course plans and tests; identifying and assessing student learning outcomes; continuously improving instructional quality by reviewing and utilizing innovative methodologies, techniques, and delivery methods; excellent communication skills with the student and the Department Head; maintaining accurate records of student work and attendance; grading and returning student work in a timely manner; counseling students regarding their grades and progress in the course; supporting the Department, Division, and College goals, and providing requested data in a timely manner.
How to Apply
- An ACC on-line application MUST be completed in its entirety in order to be given full consideration. This includes all degrees awarded, work history, and credentials.
- Unofficial transcripts from all degree-granting, regionally accredited institutions MUST be electronically attached to your application, or submitted to Human Resources, prior to being considered for an interview.
- Foreign degree evaluations must be attached in lieu of transcripts for degrees earned outside the United States.