Job Title: Engineering, CS and CIS Instructor
RESPONSIBLE TO: Dean of Career and Technical Education
Division: Career and Technical Education
This position is primarily responsible for teaching engineering and computer courses for both college transfer and professional technical courses. Evening or offsite classes may be part of the assignment. Other responsibilities include curriculum development, committee assignments, serving as an active member of the applicable advisory committees, being actively involved in recruiting students, advising of students, placing graduates in jobs, and other duties as outlined in the staff handbook. The assignment may include visiting each high school in the college district and making presentations on applications of engineering, computer science and computer information systems courses.
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TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:
- Meets each assigned class with punctuality, enthusiasm and regular attendance.
- Implements class activities that will promote maximum learning.
- Covers the usual course content as described in the approved course outline, and provides sufficient exposure to the material so that students will satisfactorily proceed to the next course in sequence and/or courses in the program.
- Conducts class during the time and in the room provided on the regular college schedule; any deviation from this should be approved by the Dean.
- Maintains a schedule of at least five office hours weekly to assist with students
- Submits reports as requested including class rosters, grade reports, grade books, text book requests, inventories, final examinations.
- Assists in committee assignments and other related activities which contribute to the improvement and proper operation of the college.
- Carries out college policies in all aspects that relate to the position.
- Conducts self as a representative of the college staff when participating in school-related functions.
- Hearing voice conversation, sitting, standing, walking occurs in this job daily.
- Bending, gripping hands & fingers, kneeling, lifting/carrying 0-34 pounds, reaching, standing long periods, stooping occurs regularly but not daily.
- Due to the nature of the programs, some courses are offered only at night.
- Master's degree in Engineering or Computer Science, or closely related field required with a strong computer science emphasis from a regionally accredited college or university. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical, Manufacturing, or Industrial Engineering disciplines preferred, other engineering disciplines considered.
- Knowledge of common programming languages, business application software, modern operating systems, networks, systems analysis.
- Demonstrated ability to interact and effectively communicate with people
- Community College classroom teaching experience
- On-line instruction experience
- Skill in curriculum development, course revision