- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Thursday, December 31, 2020
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
• A minimum of:
a) A Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Systems Technology, or
b) An Associate’s degree in Electrical Systems Technology from an accredited institution that is recognized by the United States Department of Education, a North Carolina Electrical Contractor License, and five (5) or more years of full-time equivalent experience in the Electrical Systems Technology field, or
c) Documentation of significant and extensive experience or contributions to the discipline demonstrated through: a North Carolina Electrical Contractor License, work experience, technical and performance competency, records of publications, or other qualifying credentials.
• Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
• Working knowledge/utilization of word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software applications
• North Carolina Electrical Contractor License
• Community college teaching experience
• Online teaching experience
• All SPCC courses use Moodle as a course delivery system. Upon hiring, adjuncts must successfully complete Moodle training experience or provide documented proof of Moodle experience.
• Evidence of teaching experience with high school-age populations
• Evidence of effective problem-solving, critical thinking, and decision-making skills
• Evidence of a career that includes a strong work ethic with a proven track record of project completion, multi-tasking, and the ability to handle high-pressure environments
The Electrical Systems Technology adjunct instructor provides quality learning opportunities that assist students in meeting their educational goals and career aspirations in the Associate in Applied Science program.
Essential Duties Summary
• Create classroom activities and learning environments that meet the needs of all learners, including high school students, adult learners, and senior populations.
• Exhibit an uncompromising commitment to SPCC as a learning-centered college through the College’s mission, vision, values, core skills and learning outcomes, and delivery of instruction and services
• Develop learning strategies and curriculum that will promote successful teaching and learning in a learning-centered environment
• Facilitate learning through classroom activities, distance learning experiences, workforce development, and out-of-classroom activities
• Actively participate in continuous improvement planning through the assessment of learning outcomes at the course and program levels
• Select and use appropriate learning materials and resources, including textbooks, library resources, equipment, and supplies to enhance learning and to maintain program currency
• Stay current with developments in the field of technology and learning theory
• Demonstrate high-level professionalism in developing and/or implementing long- and short-range plans in accordance with the philosophy of a learning-centered college
• Continue professional development for the improvement of self and the program to meet the needs of a learning-centered college
• Maintain current licensure, certification, or other professional credentials required for the position
• Provide accessibility to students and colleagues as expected in a learning-centered college
• Accept teaching assignments, based on the needs of the college, at one or more of the following: L.L. Polk campus (Polkton), Old Charlotte Highway campus (Monroe), in high school and community locations (Anson and/or Union counties), or in a corrections setting (Anson county)
• Accept teaching assignments scheduled during the day, evening, weekends, or online
• Perform other duties as assigned by the immediate supervisor, the dean, or the Vice President of Academic Affairs