Learning Facilitator – (Business and Math)
The selected learning facilitator will be responsible for the instruction of (Business and Math) courses which include (quantitative reasoning, statistics, marketing management, promotion/advertising management, consumer behavior, internet/digital marketing and/or marketing research analytics). The learning facilitator will be responsible for teaching up to full-time load of assigned courses in the Prison Education Initiative Program, classroom, online, or in an internship/externship setting and evaluating student progress. This learning facilitator position will teach a minimum of 38 contact hours annually. Strong communication skills and computer proficiency are a must. Ability to secure and maintain a Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN) clearance to enter correctional facilities to teach.
Primary responsibilities include assisting in course coordination, development and/or evaluate course assessment data and participate in all faculty learning days. Work effectively with other faculty and staff in a rapidly changing team environment. A commitment to professional development and learning is needed as the business discipline continues to expand and grow. This individual requires a passion, demonstrated through experience, for effective teaching and of diverse student populations plus excellent oral and written communication skills and demonstrated commitment to the comprehensive community college mission. The successful candidate will have the ability to understand the needs of others, be flexible, and will maintain a high work ethic and level of integrity.
• Master’s degree in math, marketing, advertising or business administration related disciplines
• Must be able to secure a Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN) clearance for an correction facility in which Jackson College operates and maintain that clearance
• Utilize a variety of teaching methodologies, including online strategies
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Background knowledge of classroom and student assessment
• Demonstrated commitment to work in a team environment as well as a commitment to diversity, continuous improvement and the community college philosophy
• Use of technology to support learning and other innovative teaching strategies
• Be willing to teach any semester including spring/summer and at any of the college’s locations
Generous retirement plan; campus fitness facility; EAP; medical, dental & vision plans; 16 paid holidays, and more.