Instructional Specialist, HCAT
The Hotel, Culinary Arts & Tourism (HCAT) Institute Instructional Specialist is responsible for the delivery of instruction, maintenance of accreditation standards and providing program support for the Institute, including advising, mentoring, curriculum development, outreach and special projects.
Title: Instructional Specialist, HCAT
Position ID number: 371
Posted Date: 08/03/2018
Job Category: Staff
Department: HCAT - HHCAT
Position Status: Full-Time Staff
Salary Range: $53,214-$66,518
Provide instruction in the HCAT Institute as directed by enrollments and assigned on a semester basis. Courses may include any combination of credit and noncredit, open enrollment or contract.
Support and implement identified program goals and objectives and the college's strategic objective within the operations of the HCAT Institute.
Maintain active participation in and maintenance of accreditations standards and program compliance.
Recommend, develop and incorporate curriculum updates as necessary to maintain currency and relevance.
Maintain active participation in the development of program and course outcome assessments, curricular reports and other administrative projects as assigned.
As the lead instructor for assigned courses, coordinate course delivery with instructors to ensure overall HCAT standards are maintained.
Input and maintain up-to-date chef's database for assigned courses. Liaison with Facilities Manager regarding product and equipment needs.
Participate in the development of assigned course budgets. Maintain responsibility for working within the budget framework.
Actively participate in HCAT Institute outreach initiatives. This includes participation and/or leadership of open houses, fundraisers or other special events such as school fairs and trade shows.
Maintain active membership with professional and other community organizations.
Must maintain appropriate industry certifications and actively participate in an approved professional development plan.
Maintain professional and effective communications and mutually beneficial relationships with all departments in related program areas.
Provide mentoring and advising for students. maintain a regular schedule of student advising hours.
Meet deadlines in the preparation and submission of projects and all related reports as directed.
Attend all departmental, school and college meetings as requested.
Other duties as assigned by the Director or Assistant Director.
Bachelor's degree in related discipline.
Minimum of five years of related industry-specific experience.
ACF chef certification or the ability to be certified.
Ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends and to travel locally to accommodate the needs of the program.
Minimum of two years teaching experience.
Experience with curriculum development.
Familiarity with Microsoft Office, database management and industry-specific point-of-sales systems.
Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.
Ability to work with minimal supervision with attention to details and deadlines.
Ability to deal effectively and tactfully with students, faculty, staff, governmental agencies, representative of community and professional organizations and the public.
Master's degree in related discipline.
ACF chef certification.
Two years teaching at a college level.
Hours per Week: 40
Work Schedule: Flexible
Required Documents: Cover Letter, Resume/Curriculum Vitae