RCC service area
- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Monday, October 25, 2021
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Understanding of and commitment to unique nature and role of the College and Career Readiness Program, and the adult learner through knowledge of the methodology of providing individualized instruction. Ability and willingness to teach in a correctional facility. Demonstrated understanding of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act - Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (WIOA - AEFLA) and NCCCS educational plan.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Bachelor's Degree required. Must possess or obtain a NCCCS CORE Certification or its equivalent within 2 years of employment.
Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics, English, Social Studies or related field. Prior teaching experience in Adult Education with immured groups preferred.
General Description: The Adult Education Instructor, under the direct supervision of the College and Career Readiness Coordinator and the general supervision of the Dean of Adult Education, is responsible for the classroom instruction of high school equivalency (HiSET/GED) or English as a second language (ESL) adult education. The Instructor is responsible for appropriate reporting to Richmond Community College and Morrison Correctional Institution personnel and keeping current with the scheduling of classes and their enrollment requirements. Employment is conditional upon approval by NCDPS.
Duties and Responsibilities of the Position:
1. Provide College and Career Readiness instruction in a lecture setting in the college service area (Morrison Correctional.)
2. Assess individual learner’s needs, set goals, and prescribe a plan of instructional activities to meet these goals.
3. Develop lesson plans for group instruction using the class profile developed from student assessments.
4. Evaluate and provide feedback on students’ progress, record grades, and revise plans as needed.
5. Maintain accurate records, including LEIS paperwork, daily attendance, end-of-semester reconciliation, and other documentation and reports as requested.
6. Meet all deadlines for initial student enrollment, daily inputting of student attendance, end-of-semester reconciliation, and others as assigned.
7. Maintain accuracy and confidentiality of each student’s semester audit file. Gather necessary forms and documentation for state/federal mandates.
8. Maintain security of instructional materials, tests, answer keys, and student audit files.
9. Attend required staff professional development training.
10. Be familiar with available teaching materials and use a variety of materials and methods.
11. Provide student recommendations for various testing services.
12. Adhere to Richmond Community College and NCDPS Policies and Procedures.
13. Maintain effective communication between both College and Career Readiness staff and NCDPS educational services.
14. Utilize daily planning periods and curriculum development days effectively.
15. Maintain confidentiality of student information (FERPA).
16. Provide instruction that aligns with NCCCS and WIOA requirements.
17. Other duties as assigned.
How to Apply
Position Available: Immediately. Application review begins: Immediately. To apply: submit the RCC Application and unofficial copies of transcripts or high school equivalency. Incomplete packets will not be considered. Successful applicant must pass a complete background check.
Application Process: To apply for a vacant position, complete the Richmond Community College application and submit it with photocopies or unofficial copies of your College transcripts. For positions where a high school diploma or equivalent is the highest required degree, then proof of high school/equivalency is required. Application and review process can be found on the RCC website. No action will be taken on submission of a resume or letter of interest only. Incomplete files will not be considered.
Methods to submit an application:
- Online submission at www.richmondcc.edu
- In person: 1042 W. Hamlet Avenue, Hamlet, NC, DeWitt Building, 2nd floor.