Central Arizona College, a diverse and innovative institution, is located in Pinal County, Arizona, a rapidly expanding business and residential community with a student population in excess of 12,000 on five major campuses and two centers. Less than one hour from the Phoenix metro complex, faculty, staff, and students enjoy access to the arts, sports, recreation, and cultural history in the inviting Southwest climate. Faculty may teach at multiple sites, via distance learning (ITV, on-line, etc.) and traditional classroom instruction, possibly evenings and weekends.
To provide a quality education for Central Arizona College students. Perform instruction-related and other duties and responsibilities in accordance with the philosophy, vision, mission, policies, and procedures of the college.
Faculty member will:
Teach Commercial Electrician Installer courses utilizing the NCCER Core Curriculum (CORE, Electrical Level I, & II), Electrical Trade, Safety, Electrical Circuits & Theory, the National Electrical Code, Device Boxes, Basic Electrical Construction Drawings, Test Equipment, Alternating Current, Motor Theory & Application, Lighting, Conduit Bending, etc. in addition to teaching OSHA 30, or the potential to become an "Authorized OSHA Outreach Instructor, in accordance with the college workload policy and in a variety of potential modalities (e.g., face-to-face, online, hybrid, Interactive Television (iTv), Weekend College, accelerated, evening or late start classes) on any campus, site or center as dictated by the needs of students. Provide and present information, content, and context through lecture, laboratory, recitation, seminars and/or other learning venues utilizing a variety of teaching/learning styles as appropriate to the course content.
- Employ a variety of assessment tools; evaluates grades and comments on student work in order to facilitate and ensure student progress throughout the course. Communicate with students as appropriate. This may include email, online discussions, virtual chats within Blackboard, instant messaging (IM), telephone and/or face-to-face consultations to provide frequent feedback.
- Establish and maintain office hours per college policy. Maintain records of student progress and performance; completes and returns required reports to the appropriate office by established due date. Develop, prepare and evaluate instructional materials. Write and develop syllabi and course calendars.
- Review and update course outlines, text selection and syllabi in cooperation with other faculty and appropriate district academic chair or program director. Propose and develop new courses, curriculum, programs, instructional materials, and evaluation tools as necessary to meet the needs of the students and community.
- Assist in recruitment and retention of students through the development and implementation of teaching and learning strategies primarily in the instructional setting.
- Cultivate development of instructional programs and knowledge of trends, pedagogy, andragogy, and new technologies.
Current industry certification and five years of occupational experience.Letter of interestCurrent resume Certification or unofficial copies of transcripts if applicable. (please upload as an additional attachment). Travel costs due to interview are the responsibility of the applicant.
Associate's degree with more than 5 years of experience, and certified to teach/train OSHA10 and OSHA30 level classes. Possess the ability to collaborate with outside construction companies/agencies in an effort to enhance and grow the Industrial Carpentry program.
SALARY: Dependent upon educational level and qualifying experience
Teaching load is thirty-equated hours per academic year.
START DATE: Spring 2022
Open until filled - First review February 25, 2022
APPLICATION INFORMATION: The application packet should consist of:
Copies of transcripts should reflect completed course work and conferred degrees. All academic course work and degrees must be from a regionally accredited college or university or be certified by an acceptable agency that the institution is recognized by the appropriate governmental agency in its home country (this is generally stated in the degree evaluation).
Transcripts issued in a language other than English must be accompanied by a full translation (word for word) by an acceptable translator. Additionally, each foreign transcript must be evaluated for equivalency to United States accredited course work by an acceptable agency such as those agencies certified by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). Applications containing foreign transcripts that are not accompanied with the above required documentation, will not be considered
. Background Verification
: As a condition of employment, all candidates accepting an offer of employment for a full-time, part- time, temporary, student worker, or volunteer position, will be required to undergo a Background Verification. Employment with Central Arizona College is contingent upon the successful completion of the background verification. The level the background verification for this position is: Standard level.Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Be current in subject area and possess the ability to develop, prepare, and evaluate instructional materials that promote learning, along with the willingness to utilize alternative teaching techniques and instructional technology where appropriate
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Demonstrates the willingness as well as the capacity to cooperate in a professional and
courteous manner with other college employees and students. Shares knowledge and contributes to helping others collegially while supporting the mission of the College.
Central Arizona College prohibits discrimination in employment and educational programs based on race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, military status, genetic test information, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.