- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Friday, December 30, 2022
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- Associates degree in Electronics/Electrical Engineering Technology or a related field.
- Two years of experience in the electronics field.
- Experience operating electronics test equipment such as multimeters, oscilloscopes, function generators, and power supplies.
- Experience identifying electrical and electronic components and analyzing both digital and analog circuits.
- Bachelor’s degree in Electronics/Electrical Engineering Technology or related field.
- Experience with microcontrollers and programmable logic controllers.
- Teaching experience at the post-secondary level
- Moodle experience
In accordance with the organizational chart and overall plan of Vance-Granville Community College, the Instructor of Electronics Engineering Technology reports to the Program Head of Engineering Technologies within the Business and Applied Technologies Division. The principal purpose of this position is to provide effective instruction in all classes by implementing active learning strategies and focusing on student learning outcomes.
This position is assigned to the VGCC South Campus in Creedmoor, NC; although, some travel to other counties in the college’s service area is possible. Consistent with VGCC’s Teleworking Policy, this position is eligible for up to 2 days per week of telework after the first 6 months of employment in this position.
The following listing of essential job duties indicates the general nature and level of work required in this job. This is not designed to be a comprehensive listing of all the activities, duties, or responsibilities that may be required in this job. Individuals assigned to this job may be asked to perform other duties as required. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the job.
- Collaborate with Program Head and/or Department Chair regarding course assignment per semester.
- Create and maintain course documents such as syllabi, student learning outcomes, tests, etc. The course syllabi must be submitted for review to the Program Head and/or Department Chair each semester.
- Conduct class, lab, and/or clinical according to established meeting patterns, and notify Program Head and/or Department Chair of any changes.
- Update Moodle course page to use in enhanced, hybrid and online courses prior to start of semester.
- Communicate with students via Moodle as appropriate per course design (enhanced, hybrid or online).
- Provide feedback to students regarding course progression.
- Record attendance and grades in Moodle in accordance with semester deadlines.
- Inform Program Head and/or Department Chair of any student issues (academic, attendance, behavior, cheating, and plagiarism) as soon as possible.
- Assess student learning outcomes and demonstrate the use of the results to make improvements to course/program and submit them in a timely manner as directed by the program head and/or department chair.
- Maintain suitable class records which show student membership hours, academic progress, student grading systems, etc.
- Recommend adoption or discontinuance of textbooks and/or other instructional supplies and equipment to the Program Head and/or Department Chair or Academic/Campus Dean.
- Recommend new books, magazines, materials and equipment for use in the LRC to Program Head and/or Department Chair (as appropriate).
- Experiment with new, innovative teaching techniques.
- Obtain and maintain certification in online delivery systems as required by the college.
- Demonstrate proficiency in technology required by academic program area and in administrative processes as required by the college.
- Pushing, pulling, and lifting up to 50 lbs. may be required to move and/or operate the industrial training equipment in our laboratories.
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