Courses may be scheduled for day, evening, or weekends and in WCC’s service area and high schools.
- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Friday, May 27, 2022
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- A.A.S. in Applied Engineering Technology, or equivalent.
- Three years of teaching experience or three years of industry experience.
- Knowledgeable in course content, as evidenced by education and/or experience, effective in directing and evaluating student learning and laboratory performance, and be prepared in educational theory and techniques.
- Bachelor’s degree in the engineering field
- Five year’s work experience
- Coursework in Electronics, Computer Engineering, Robotics, Automation or Mechatronics
This is a full-time, 10-month position. The faculty member must instruct assigned courses in accordance with NCCCS curriculum standards and course descriptions in addition to the standards and guidelines set forth by the program accreditation entity. Courses may be scheduled for day, evening, or weekends and in WCC’s service area and high schools. WCC views faculty members as learning-facilitators who actively engage students in the learning process
The Applied Animal Science Technology faculty position includes the following responsibilities and expectations:
- Eighteen to twenty-five hour teaching load comprised of courses within the Applied Engineering Program of Study specialty in Electronics and Computer Engineering and Robotics, Automation and Mechatronics, plus a minimum of five scheduled office hours
- Utilize instructional plans to direct and assess student progress in achieving the theory and performance requirements of the program
- Initiate, develop, and sustain business, education, and industry relationships to foster program growth and to maintain alignment with industry needs
- Learner-centered, outcomes-based instruction delivered via traditional classroom, interactive video, and internet
- Assist with semester scheduling, textbook ordering, and reporting obligations for the program’s accreditation body
- Assist with student recruitment for programs and division
- Support career and college promise classes including instructors to ensure curriculum alignment
- Ability to lead hands-on lab projects from beginning to end, including project management skills, and applying engineering concepts while safely operating tools and equipment
- Knowledge of safe practices including compliance with applicable safety codes and standards (OSHA, NEC, etc.)
- Commitment to WCC’s mission, vision, and core values
- Effective advising and registering to promote program/goal completion
- Continuous improvement through assessment and evidence-based decision making
- Curriculum development and quality assurance in the teaching discipline(s) and programs
- Serve on division and college committees, as assigned
- Support of student organizations and other campus activities
- Maintain currency in the teaching discipline(s)
- An understanding of the mission and organization of the NC Community College System.
- Other duties as assigned.
Applicants for the position of Applied Engineering Technology Lead Instructor, Specialty in Electronics and Computer Engineering and Robotics, Automation and Mechatronics are encouraged to review WCC Policies and Procedures, 2020 Vision Statement, and the current WCC catalog.
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