Employment – Academic Adjunct Instructor or Substitute Pool
Posted On: Wednesday, 7 May 2014
Job Type: Part Time
Education: Graduate Degree
Academic Adjunct Instructor or Substitute Pool – Part -Time
- Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
- 18 graduate semester (or 27 graduate quarter) hours in a subject taught at the College (example: art, biology, English, mathematics, science, etc.)
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution (minimum)
- 27 semester hours in subject (English, Math, or Reading)
Courses are available throughout the week, at a variety of times, during the day and evening, on our campuses and sites. Distance Education and Dual Enrollment courses are also offered.
Fall/Spring Semester – approximately 15 weeks
Summer Semester – approximately 10 weeks
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
SEE ATTACHED JOB DESCRIPTION
THEORY – $481.50 per credit hour (example: $1444.50 for 3 credit hour course).
LAB – $640 per credit hour IV.
Compensation arrangements for substitute instructors may vary depending on the duration of the instructional assignment and the instructional division (academic or technical) within the College. Appropriate compensation arrangements for substitute instructors will be determined by the College.
You must send the following documents, in one packet, to Jessica Herbster, Human Resources Coordinator, Enterprise State Community College, P.O. Box 1300, Enterprise, Alabama 36331:
- A cover letter stating subject you wish to teach, times you are available, and the campus or campuses where you would be willing to teach (Enterprise, Ft. Rucker, Ozark, Mobile).
- ESCC Application for Employment form (Call (334)347-2623, ext. 2222) or apply below.
- A current resume’/Curriculum Vita.
- A copy of transcripts verifying your graduate degree. If hired, you must provide official transcripts from all institutions attended. You must also pass a criminal background check through the College.
Upon receipt of all items listed above, your file will be evaluated. The appropriate Division Chair, who will serve as your point of contact, will notify you if a position becomes available.
Only applicants who meet the required qualifications and submit a complete application packet by the deadline will be considered. Applications submitted by fax or email will not be accepted. Applications with electronic signature will be considered incomplete. From applications received, a search committee will review applications, interview eligible applicants, and select candidates for further consideration by the President. Interviews will be by appointment only. Applicants must travel at their own expense. Candidates selected for an interview must demonstrate proficiency in written English and skills assessment may be included as part of the interview process. All applications become the property of ESCC. An offer of employment is contingent upon a satisfactory criminal background investigation. In the event a conviction for a felony or any crime involving moral turpitude is found, the procedures set out in the guidelines for State Board Policy 623.01 will be followed. The candidate hired will be responsible for the nonrefundable minimum cost of $17.40 for the criminal background investigation. Additional charges may apply. ESCC participates in E-Verify.
Enterprise State Community College is an equal opportunity employer. It is the official policy of the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education, including postsecondary institutions under the control of the State Board of Education, that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, handicap, gender, religion, creed, national origin, or age, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity, or employment. Enterprise State Community College will make reasonable accommodation.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Design each course and deliver instruction to each class to ensure an effective learning experience
- Develop, implement, and teach courses using distance learning technology (i.e., internet etc.) as required
- Submit to the Division Chair a course plan for each course taught
- Maintain a high level of competence and expertise in the teaching field or subject area
- Incorporate current teaching techniques, subject area developments, and current technology (if applicable) into the learning experience
- Provide classroom instruction in accordance with approved course outlines
- Inform students concerning course requirements, evaluation procedures, attendance requirements, and academic progress
- Provide for effective evaluation of the learning experience of each student
- Maintain necessary attendance, scholastic, and personnel records and submit them according to announced deadlines
- Prepare and grade assignments, projects, and examinations as required
- Participate in the planning of effective long-range goals for the department
- Demonstrate effective people skills, communication skills, and work ethic (i.e., preparation and punctuality)