- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Sunday, May 31, 2020
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Associate degree in one of the following:
- Electrical/Electromechanical Technology, Electronic Engineering, Electronic Servicing
- Two years’ experience in the Electronic or Electrical field as it relates to AC/DC electronics, active & analog devices, digital & microcontrollers, and programmable logic controllers in automation systems
- Current NC Electrician License a plus, but not required
- Previous teaching experience and/or experience in the electrical/electronic field preferred
See minimum requirements
Teaches assigned day, evening, and/or online courses related to the Electrical Systems Technology program. Reports to the AMA Division Chair. Responsibilities include providing regular instructor, course development, and assessment for the installation and maintenance of electrical systems found in residential, commercial and industrial facilities. Coursework includes topics such as AC/DC theory, basic wiring practices, programmable logic controllers, industrial motor controls, applications of the National Electric Code and other industry specific topics.
Job duties include organizing a group of semester courses following state and institutional guidelines, creating course materials (tests, handouts, lectures, slides, assignments, rubrics, models, activities, group work), determining a fair grading system, setting up materials in Moodle (gradebook, tests, lectures), setting up policies compliant with departmental and school regulations, holding student conferences as needed, and creating lesson plans.
Teaching responsibilities require a variety of pedagogical methods including didactic instruction, demonstration, observation and evaluation of laboratory performance, etc. Responsibilities also include record keeping, monitoring and ensuring compliance with state regulations. Responsibilities also include inventory control and management.
The instructor will keep attendance using College provided Attendance Sheets, complete FTE and progress reports as required, correspond with students and supervisors through email in a timely manner, submit grade and attendance reports as required, work with students registered with Disabilities Services, and be accessible to supervisors by email and phone.
The instructor will complete all compulsory training in regard to FERPA, Title IX, and Campus Safety as well as attend on campus professional development and participate in campus committees as assigned.
Instructor should be able to deal with student issues professionally and report unresolved issues or classroom incidents to their supervisors. Instructors must adhere to all division and campus policies and procedures.
How to Apply
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION:
Applicants interested in applying for the above position should submit:
- Completed and signed Martin Community College application (www.martincc.edu/jobs)
- Copy of college transcripts (originals will be required if offer of employment is extended)
- Resume and cover letter (not accepted in lieu of application)
Application materials may be submitted via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with position title in the subject line OR mailed to: Martin Community College, Attn: Office of Human Resources 1161 Kehukee Park Road Williamston, NC 27892
Job Post Contact
Office of Human Resources
1161 Kehukee Park Road
Williamston, NC 27892