Teaching of a variety of English courses that will include at least three writing courses and one or two other courses from the humanities, developmental, or literature curricula. Other responsibilities and duties will include participation in Division-wide program and curriculum planning and assessment of student learning outcomes. One or both of the two positions sought will transition into writing center and/or composition coordination. The successful candidate will be expected to prepare instructional strategies and materials to meet the needs of community college students, including the revision, planning, and development of courses and course delivery methods. As an integral member of the Division, the individual is expected to develop effective collegial relationships, work closely with students, and promote division programs and the College in general.
Minimum of a Master’s degree in Literature, Composition/Rhetoric (preferred), or English-related field, OR Master degree with 18 graduate credits in Literature, Composition/Rhetoric, or English-related field. Ph.D. level candidates and graduates are encouraged to apply. Some interest or experience in teaching online desired. Collegiate level teaching experience desired. Candidates should demonstrate an understanding of the community college mission and should give evidence of teaching skills and a willingness to participate in outcomes based assessment strategies and practices
Master Agreement base salary range $50,571 to $62,125, may be negotiated depending upon experience and education. Teaching load 14-16 hours per week not including office/advising hours or other college commitments, 162-day school year. Additional compensation for extra contractual assignments as well as Spring and/or Summer teaching opportunities may be available.
Benefits: Health, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance plans. Accrued sick leave, dependent tuition waiver, and retirement plan options.
Start Date: August 2018
Monroe County Community College has been providing a variety of post-secondary opportunities for the residents of Monroe County, Michigan, since 1964. Monroe County, with a population of 159,900, offers a quality rural and urban life style well situated between Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Toledo, Ohio. Graduate study is available at the University of Toledo, Wayne State University, Eastern Michigan University, The University of Michigan, and the University of Detroit.
Review of applications will begin March 1, 2018, and continue until positions are filled.
Application process: Interested candidates should submit an MCCC faculty employment application (available at http://www.monroeccc.edu/jobs/pdfs/Fac-Admin-Application.pdf), letter of interest, resume, transcripts (originals required upon hire), and two letters of recommendation sent to: Molly McCutchan, HR Director; Monroe County Community College; 1555 S. Raisinville Road; Monroe, MI 48161; [email protected].