- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Friday, March 20, 2020
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Associate in Applied Science degree in Electrical Engineering/Electrical Engineering Technology or a related field from a regionally accredited institution.Three years’ teaching and/or industry experience.
- Ability to provide effective instruction to students in one or more of the following areas: digital and analog electronics, robotics, instrumentation, automation, computer-aided drafting and design, and photovoltaic systems, motors and controls, and electrical wiring.
- Willingness to teach in the day, evening, on Saturday, at unconventional times or via distance learning (i.e., Internet) as necessary.
- Ability to use technology (i.e. Internet) to deliver instruction.
- Desire to participate in professional development activities, including those related to the use of critical thinking skills in instructional design and in student development.
- Commitment to the community college "open door" philosophy and the comprehensive community college concept.
- Desire to participate in community service activities.
- Willingness to participate in public school and university articulation, advisement, and recruitment programs of the College.
- Ability to carry out institutional effectiveness activities and participate in the life of the college (e.g. serve on committees, do advisement, participate in activities).
- Excellent references from previous employers.
- Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering/Electrical Engineering Technology or a related field from a regionally accredited institution.\
- Master's degree in Physics or a Master's or higher degree in a similar field with a minimum of 18 graduate level credit hours in Physics.
- Two years’ experience teaching one or more of the following areas: digital and analog electronics, robotics, instrumentation, automation, computer-aided drafting and design, and photovoltaic systems.
- Experience with teaching online using Moodle.\
- Experience working in an industrial environment with an understanding of electrical systems, computer controls, mechanical systems and hydraulics and pneumatics in an integrated manufacturing system.\
- National Electrical Contractor’s license.
Since producing learning is the primary function of the college, it is the principal responsibility of each instructor to effectively and efficiently stimulate learning in every course. In addition, each faculty member should provide guidance to students through their role as an academic advisor and in more informal ways. Each faculty member is expected to participate in the governance of the college through committees and divisional meetings, through shared leadership within and across divisions, through personal recommendations to college administrators, and through participation in the Faculty Senate.
How to Apply
The successful candidate must begin work on August 7, 2020. Salary is dependent upon qualifications, experience, and labor market. (Contract is for 9.5 months, but will be paid in 12 equal monthly installments. Part-time/full-time faculty positions may be available for the summer semester.)
A completed Southeastern Community College application (located on the SCC website), a resume, letter of interest addressing the requirements and educational transcripts (unofficial copies of transcripts will be sufficient for the screening process, but official copies must be submitted prior to employment) must be submitted to the college Human Resources Office in order for applicants to be considered for this position. Initial review of applications will begin March 20, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled.
Applicants should send all documents and inquiries to the Human Resources Office, Southeastern Community College, P.O. Box 151, Whiteville, NC 28472. Telephone (910) 642-7141, extension 310. www.sccnc.edu
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