Pre-College Math Instructor (Part-time) - Transitional Studies

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Position Summary

Big Bend Community College invites applications for Associate (part-time) Faculty positions in the college's Transitional Studies Department. BBCC is a small rural community college located in the sunny, central part of Washington State, and is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Big Bend Community College serves approximately 4,000 students, with an annualized FTE of approximately 2,000, in a 4,600-square-mile service district including 15 communities in Grant and Adams counties and the Odessa School District in Lincoln County with on-site, online instruction, and interactive classrooms.

Big Bend Community College strives for excellence in teaching and learning. We are a student-centered and innovative college that is committed to fostering a community that supports and recognizes the value of diversity; 42% of our student-body is Hispanic. Recognized as a Leader College by Achieving the Dream, Big Bend is a designated Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). Our student body consists of 75% first-generation college students and 71% of our students receive some form of financial assistance.

Our college seeks candidates who have a deep commitment to and understanding of the rewards and challenges of working with students. We particularly welcome those who will be active participants in our small but thriving college community.

Big Bend Community College provides equal opportunity in education and employment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, religion, age, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, physical, mental or sensory disability, use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability, marital status, pregnancy status or families with children, a mother breastfeeding her child, AIDS/HIV or hepatitis C, genetic information, and/or status as a veteran or any other legally protected classification.

Big Bend provides reasonable accommodations for qualified students, employees, and applicants with disabilities in accordance with the American with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Please direct all inquiries regarding compliance with access, equal opportunity, and/or grievances to the Vice President of Human Resources & Labor/Equal Opportunity Officer/Title IX Coordinator/Section 504 Coordinator, BBCC 7662 Chanute Street NE, Moses Lake, WA 98837; 509-793-2010 or via email at [email protected].

This position is open until filled. Big Bend Community College reserves the right to offer this position to a qualified candidate at any time, so a prompt response is encouraged.

This position is responsible to prepare and teach courses in Pre-College Mathematics. This position reports to the Dean of Transitional Studies and works closely with the Division Chair as well as other faculty and staff.

Associate Faculty receive quarterly contracts. Payment is based on $723.49per lecture credit.

Essential Job Duties

  • Prepare and teach assigned courses in accordance with the Master Course Outline and in consultation with the chair of department.
  • Meet the class times as required by the quarterly schedule.
  • Assist students with questions related to the course(s) being taught.
  • Maintain frequent communication with their students.
  • Refer students to appropriate college resources as needed.
  • Administer pre- & post-CASAS (Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System) exams to every student enrolled in course and capture results in WABERS (Washington Adult Basic Education Reporting System).
  • Maintain and submit grades, attendance reports, WABERS intake forms, and other specific BEdA (Basic Education for Adults) documentation to college personnel at the end of each quarter.
  • Maintain student course materials for two (2) quarters beyond the quarter of attendance.
  • Submit assessment data in consultation with a full-time faculty member in the department.
  • Maintain an educational environment that promotes student learning and success.
  • Design and implement instruction that facilitates achievement of established learning outcomes for assigned courses.
  • Communicate expectations and establish clear grading criteria through appropriate instructional means, to include but not limited to developing course syllabi, handouts, and materials supporting the instructional process; evaluate student progress and provide clear, timely feedback.
  • Demonstrate multicultural understanding and foster equity.
  • Maintain positive and effective communications with colleagues and students of various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds and function as a contributing member of the campus community.
  • Comply with state and federal law applicable to professional duties and responsibilities; follow established procedures in areas such as printing, turning in grades, bookstore orders, office support; safety and health issues and related administrative processes.
  • Follow college policies and procedures as well as state and federal laws such as FERPA.
  • Maintain an educational environment that promotes student learning and success.
Minimum & Desirable Qualifications

At the time of application, the candidate must possess the following:
  • Bachelor's degree in Math, Business, Education, Training, K-12 teaching and/or related fields.
  • Experience teaching mathematics.
  • Experience working with individuals from diverse academic, age, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds.
  • Experience maintaining records to document and/or update information in written or electronic form.
  • Special Requirement: Certification as a CASAS Proctor (or ability to obtain within 1 week of hire).

Additional Desirable Qualifications:
  • Experience teaching at a community college within the previous three years.
  • Experience working with non-traditional students.
  • Experience using innovative teaching techniques.
  • Bilingual English/Spanish proficiency.
Application Instructions

This position is open until filled. Big Bend Community College reserves the right to offer this position to a qualified candidate at any time, so a prompt response is encouraged.

To qualify for consideration, applicants must meet required qualifications and submit a complete application packet, which includes the following:

  1. BBCC Online application.
  2. Cover letter, addressing why you are interested in this position and how your qualifications make you the ideal candidate.*
  3. Comprehensive resume or CV.*
  4. Response(s) to the questions found in the Supplemental Questions Tab above.*
  5. Unofficial transcripts documenting undergraduate and graduate course work and degrees. Official transcripts required upon employment.*

NOTE: All of the above items are required to ensure your consideration for this position. The items marked with an asterisk are required to be included/uploaded with your online application prior to submission. The college reserves the right to remove documents, submitted but not requested, by BBCC as part of the application process. These documents include, but are not limited to statements of teaching philosophy, diversity statement, letters of recommendation, student evaluations, performance evaluations, etc.

BBCC reserves the right to not fill this position, reject all applicants, reopen the position, or make a direct appointment. Applications received during this recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies at the College's discretion.

Persons hired will need to provide documentation verifying identity and employment authorization to work in the United States.

Official transcripts will need to be provided to the college within the first thirty (30) days of employment.

In compliance with state and federal regulations, BBCC is committed to a safe and drug-free campus. Employees are expected to comply with BBCC's policy prohibiting illegal drug use or activity, including notifications of criminal drug convictions and the use of prescription drugs or over-the-counter medications that are likely to affect job safety. The complete policy and procedure are available to view on the policies page of the BBCC website. Printed copies of the policy and procedure are available by contacting the Human Resources Office at 509-793-2008.

BBCC strives to be a safe and secure campus for our students, employees, and community. Detailed information regarding campus security, crime statistics for the most recent-three year period, and other information is available on the Campus Safety and Security page of the BBCC website. If you have questions or would like a printed copy of the materials please contact Campus Safety and Security at 509-793-2286.

This posting does not reflect the entire job description and may be changed and/or modified, at any time, without notice.

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Posted: 7/25/2019
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