Tyson Family Center for Technology in Monroe, NC
- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Saturday, July 31, 2021
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.
• 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