- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Friday, April 10, 2020
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Master's Degree in college-level coursework, or master's degree in a closely related area with 18 or more graduate semester credit hours in one of the aforementioned subject areas; or bachelor's in a discipline taught at CCCC and the experience and qualifications to teach college coursework,
- Experience and/or a demonstrated commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion,
- One year experience in instructional design and/or professional development, and
- One year experience with a learning management system.
Required knowledge, skills, and abilities:
- Experience leading diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
- Experience discussing equity gaps and instructional strategies to resolve them with faculty.
- Effective communicator and collaborator.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to communicate openly, frankly and respectfully and work well with others.
- Ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization including administration, faculty, students, and staff.
- Understanding of quality improvement and the ability to recognize opportunities for improvement in processes and efficiencies, to create new approaches, and plan accordingly to implement such changes.
- Teaching experience at the college level.
- Experience which demonstrates an ability to apply knowledge of education, civil rights, and labor laws, and identifies those issues in complex work, educational, or interpersonal settings.
- Two years of experience using data management programs such as Colleague.
- Two years experience as a user of a learning management system (Blackboard or Canvas preferred).
- Master's degree in a subject area taught at CCCC or in instructional design.
The Coordinator for Equity, Inclusion, & Instructional Design will collaborate with the Dean of Student Learning, Center for Academic Excellence, and Human Resources to be an institutional voice with key stakeholders and others to define diversity, equity, and inclusion in alignment with the college's mission and values. The Coordinator will plan, implement, assess, and coordinate learning opportunities that provide the skills, knowledge, and mindset to achieve and sustain an inclusive learning and working environment. The Coordinator will also be responsible for managing the administrative and logistical aspects of college-wide Equity & Inclusion efforts.
This position is being readvertised. Previous applicants do not need to reapply for continued consideration.
As a member of the College faculty, the position will also develop and teach approximately 3-5 college-level contact hours per semester reporting to the Department Chairperson in a specified discipline.
Salary depends on education and experience.
Bachelor's Degree salary range: $53,827-$67,427
Master's Degree salary range: $56,509-$70,109
- Lead the successful implementation of a diversity, equity, and inclusion plan that ensures campus-wide collaboration.
- Act as a catalyst in stimulating important college discussions and offer insightful solutions on complex topics that help the college achieve stated equity goals in the strategic plan.
- Work closely with administration, faculty, and staff to coordinate and guide efforts to assess and cultivate diversity as a fundamental institutional and educational resource, creating programs that recognize commonalities while engaging with and celebrating differences.
- Support faculty, programs, and course teams to incorporate instructional design theory, teaching and learning pedagogy, and best practices in education through course design and delivery.
- Support faculty assessment of student learning outcomes, especially in integrating measurable outcomes and mapping and reporting learning outcomes.
- Collaborate to conduct regular needs assessments based on equity gap data analysis, develop and facilitate appropriate faculty professional development training and workshops to increase student achievement.
- Demonstrate knowledge of online learning regulatory and compliance agency requirements including UDL, ADA, Section 508 compliance, FERPA, and other applicable laws, rules, and regulations related to online learning.
- Manage multiple projects on various timelines from development to delivery to assessment; collaborate with partners on cross-campus projects.
- In collaboration with the Institutional Research Department, the successful candidate will successfully utilize and interpret institutional data in order to develop and implement teaching strategies used to address equity gaps.
- Maintain and update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
- Responsible for the design, implementation, and presentation of workshops.
- Encourage and support College activities, policies, procedures, and philosophies.
- Teach 3-5 college-level contact hours per semester
- Prepare for and meet classes as assigned, promptly evaluate student progress within one week and maintain a safe learning environment.
- Demonstrate concern for student retention by employing best practice strategies.
- Assist in the annual outcomes and assessment processes.
- Assist in maintaining department/curriculum equipment, supplies, and materials, and library and support resources.
- Participate in scheduled and called departmental, faculty, staff meetings and other College activities.
- Keep supervisor informed of matters pertaining to the curriculum.
- Assume other duties as requested by the supervisor and the College.
- Follow policies stated in the policies and procedures manual as it relates to instructor responsibilities.
- Serve on College committees as assigned.