The successful candidate must have some college-level teaching experience, a high level of computer literacy, and a commitment to teaching at a community college. Candidates should demonstrate
(1) a mastery of their specific discipline;
(2) a deep commitment to the college mission of fostering student success, achievement and persistence;
(3) technology competencies as well as teaching/counseling skills and strategies that facilitate 21st century literacies;
(4) the use of resources that prepare students for productive lives.
The instructor plans, organizes and teaches non-credit programs in specific discipline. Courses must include essential workplace competencies, leading to student success in the workplace.
Candidate communicates with students via Learning Management System. ... Continue Reading
Bachelor's degree required or equivalent experience in established professional discipline/area of study.
Teaching experience in a collegiate and/or adult education setting.
Experience in piloting and instructing sUAS (drones) courses.
Teaching courses using D2L a plus.
Airman Certification for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS). ... Continue Reading
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