- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Monday, July 31, 2023
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Required educational background:
- Associate degree in Electrical Systems Technology or a related field and Two years' experience in the electrical industry.
- OR Ten plus years experience in the electrical industry AND limited, intermediate, or unlimited license from a State Board of electrical contractors.
Required knowledge, skills and abilities:
- Electrical theory, knowledge of electrical safety practices; knowledge of NEC; knowledge of motors, controls, & PLC’s; knowledge of residential, commercial, and industrial wiring; knowledge of analog electronics
- A Limited, Intermediate, or Unlimited License from a state board of electrical contractors.
- Experience working with the NEC, PLC's, Electronic Controls and Electrical Machine Control.
- College and/or high school teaching experience.
At Central Carolina Community College, we create transformative lifelong learning opportunities! We expect all employees to find ways to remove barriers to student success and provide all students a pathway to achievable dreams. Our employees are charged to recognize the challenges we face and to respond to them with empathy, understanding, and a willingness to help.
The Lead Electrical Systems Technology Instructor (12 month contract) position will be based on the Chatham Main Campus in Pittsboro and may include course sections in Harnett, Lee or some online duties.
The purpose of an instructor at the Central Carolina Community College is to ensure maximum student learning. The instructor accomplishes this by presenting discipline specific learning outcomes through lecture, lab, demonstration, projects, assignments, appropriate classroom management, and by providing authentic student assessment that documents learning has occurred.
Salary depends on education and experience.
Associate Degree salary range: $54,419 - $63,708
Bachelor's Degree salary range: $57,656 - $67,427
Master's Degree salary range: $60,529 - $70,055
This position is eligible for a $5000 hiring bonus to be paid out in three installments.
Occasional evening teaching or travel to teach on other campuses may be required.
Diversity Policy: Central Carolina Community College believes the college experience is greatly enriched through diversity; therefore, the college encourages diversity of thought within the student body and staff. Furthermore, the college seeks to promote awareness of diversity and the respect for all individuals, and the college pledges to adhere to this mission in its relationship with the community.
- Embrace the institutional goals of Central Carolina Community College by engaging students as full partners in the learning process, removing barriers to student progression in courses, and supporting and assisting students in achieving their educational and career goals.
- Use student learning outcomes to create a variety of activities, assignments, and assessments that ensure curriculum goals will be met.
- Create a dynamic instructional environment that promotes a positive, interactive, and inclusive learning experience for all students.
- Maintain a Blackboard course with a syllabus and gradebook for each class.
- Grade all assignments in a timely manner and ensure that all grades are reported within the 10-day college grading policy.
- Provide personalized and constructive feedback on student assignments by recognizing what students did well and identifying attainable improvements for future work.
- Respond to all student communication within two business days.
- Report attendance weekly.
- Facilitate student learning for instructional loads of 18-28 contact hours per semester.
- Faculty keep a weekly schedule of 35 hours on campus, including 5 required office hours. Hours on site may be adjusted based on distance education responsibilities and/or approved telework arrangements.
- Assume other duties as assigned.
- Actively support the college’s vision of exceptional learning for all.
- Meet with each assigned advisee a minimum of once each semester.
- Provide advisees with information and guidance to achieve their individual educational, career, and life goals.
- Help students develop educational plans.
- Coach advisees and refer them to institutional resources when academic or personal problems require intervention.
- Complete faculty advisor training.
- Participate in activities required to maintain program and/or college accreditation standards.
- Serve on college committees as appointed.
- Attend advisory board meetings as requested by your supervisor.
- Attend graduation ceremonies.
- Engage in a minimum of 5 hours of professional development each year.
- Maintain current knowledge of your discipline and renew industry credentials, as needed.
- Attend departmental, divisional, and collegewide meetings.
- Cultivate a culture of care and advocacy through compassion, inclusion, opportunity, integrity, courage, and people.
- Recognizing and respecting the variety of experiences and contributions represented by all of our students, employees, and community, the Electrical Systems Technology Instructor (12months) will encourage a learning environment where everyone is supported and valued for their unique perspectives and experiences and will foster and promote the participation of all members of our diverse communities.