Full-time faculty member provides leadership, management, planning & coordination of instruction of students in teaching college courses in Speech, participate in curriculum & instructional material development, assessment functions to include program learning outcomes & student learning outcomes, student advisement responsibilities, enrollment & registration, student recruitment & retention activities, participate in college outreach activities, college committees, community service, & other assigned duties. Participate in departmental, division, & college planning sessions in actively reaching & communicating the college's mission & goals, & professional development activities.Minimum and Additional Requirements
Faculty teaching associate degree courses designed for transfer to a baccalaureate degree: doctor's or master's degree in Public Speaking or Communications or master's degree with a concentration in the Public Speaking/Communication (a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline).
Dual credentials to teach in a second Humanities discipline is preferred.
Requires flexible work hours, will be required to teach on and off campus, day or night, with a variety of instructional technology, including Distance Learning and the Internet; will be required to attend instructional training. May require travel, possibly overnight, to training, workshops and/or seminars. Some lifting is required.
Please review Agency Specific Application procedures for our required application procedures that include attaching a letter of interest, a current resume, and copies of transcripts to the application.
We regret that due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to candidates individually regarding the status of their application or the status of the interview process.
Position will remain posted until top candidate is selected.