Manufacturing Technology Adjunct Instructors

Employer
Jackson College
Location
Jackson, MI
Closing date
Aug 27, 2021

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Job Details

Description

Teach courses in various disciplines based on instructor's qualifications.

Essential Functions

Evaluate and grade students' class work, assignments and papers. Prepare and deliver instructional materials (i.e. syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts) in person and/or on-line. Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions. Compile, administer, and grade examinations. Participate in required reporting processes (i.e. grades, participation, etc.). Assist students in connecting to college resources.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor degree or higher in Manufacturing Technology or the following course specific requirements.

For MFG 115, 135, 135, 137, 150, 160, 166, 170, 172, 174, 185, 190, 240 and 262
Bachelor’s degree or higher in technical field such as engineering, architecture, technology, manufacturing, welding, or similar OR Associate degree or higher and completion of relevant certification (MSSC CPT, SACA, or similar) OR Associate degree or higher AND 3 years documented work experience in industry OR Journeyman Machinist or similar professional license OR Five years documented industrial experience relevant to course being taught

For MFG 211
Bachelor’s degree or higher in any field AND successful completion of FANUC HandlingTool training or similar certification OR Associate degree or higher in any field AND successful completion of FANUC NOCTI CERT 1 or similar certification OR Associate degree or higher in any field AND 3 years of documented experience programming FANUC HandlingTool Operations or similar OR 5 years documented industry experience with FANUC HandlingTool or similar robotic programming software

Unofficial transcripts for degrees held must be included with application and required work experience must be clearly identified on application and resume or application will be rejected as incomplete.

Supplemental Information

Jackson College only accepts on-line applications though this system. For assistance with this, please call 517-796-8468.

It is important that your application show all the relevant education and experience you possess (even if you are repeating it from your resume or cover letter). Applications will be rejected if incomplete. For instance, do not say, "See Resume."

When you apply for the position, you will get to the document upload area where you will be given an opportunity to attach your documents. Instructions will also be found there.

Unofficial transcripts may be used as part of the selection process however those selected to teach at Jackson College will be required to provide official transcripts for all degrees held.

Final candidates will be subject to a criminal background as part of the employment process.

Jackson College is NOT able to support Visa applications for employment at the college. Applicants must already be eligible to work in the United States to be considered.

Applicants with disabilities may request accommodation to complete the application and interview process. Please notify Human Resources at least three (3) working days prior to the date of need.

Adjunct instructors are not employed directly by Jackson College with the exception of those receiving a pension from the Michigan Public School Employees Retirement System. All others are employed by EDUStaff, LLC. If you are selected to teach at Jackson College you will be required to complete EDUStaff's employment application and on-boarding processes.

A copy of Jackson College's Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report is available on the JC Campus Safety & Security website. The security report contains crime statistics for the previous three years for all of our campus locations and the annual fire safety report, which contains statistics for any reported fires in campus housing units and fire safety systems in these buildings. Additionally, the report contains policies, available resources and information concerning personal safety, fire safety and reporting procedures for both crimes and fires.

Jackson College is an Equal Opportunity Employer that actively supports workforce diversity.

Organization

What we are all about

Jackson College is deeply committed to promoting the importance of equity and diversity for all students, staff, and faculty. It is our utmost desire to continue to provide an educational atmosphere that is inclusive to the work of diversity, equity and belonging.

Our history

Jackson College offers quality, transformational educational opportunities to prepare students for today’s career fields or transfer to a university.

Founded as Jackson Junior College in 1928, the College operated as a division of the public Jackson Union School District and was located near the high school in downtown Jackson, Mich. In 1962, Jackson County voters created Jackson Community College as a distinct entity; and in 1964, they passed a charter millage that still helps to fund the College today. Rapid enrollment and program growth in the 1960s spurred construction of a new campus on its present site. In 2013, in light of the College’s decision to begin development of curriculum for bachelor’s degree programs and increased efforts in international studies, the Board of Trustees voted to change the name to Jackson College.

Today, the College owns more than 500 acres and sits on a scenic rural site six miles south of the city of Jackson, and also operates Jackson College @ LISD TECH in Adrian, Clyde E. LeTarte Center, Hillsdale, and W.J. Maher Campus, Jackson. Online learning opportunities offer education around the world.

Mission Statement

Together we inspire and transform lives.

We are committed to diversity

  • Promote a positive attitude toward diversity and serve as an active voice for the institutional changes and cultural learning required of a diverse college community.
  • Promote research and serve as a resource on issues of diversity.
  • Promote dialogue on issues of diversity.
  • Promote a curriculum sensitive to diversity.
  • Uphold the vision and purpose of JC’s commitment to inclusion and diversity.

Jackson College Equity Statement

Jackson College is an equal access/equal opportunity institution that embraces diversity as one of its highest priorities and is firmly committed to establishing and maintaining excellence through diversity in education and employment. We respect and value differences among our student body, workforce and community and are dedicated to intentionally fostering a welcoming environment of openness and appreciation for all.

Through our commitment to equity, we will establish and sustain a learning environment that supports the recruitment, retention and success of students from all backgrounds, including those readily visible differences and the underlying differences.

Through our commitment to equity, we are dedicated to advancing and building a diverse workforce through intentional hiring practices, marketing strategies, and performance review procedures to best position ourselves to attract, retain, and develop a talented and highly skilled faculty, staff, and administration from diverse backgrounds.

Through our commitment to equity, Jackson College will sustain and enhance its role as a world-class institution of higher education in a global community.

Jackson College Diversity and Equity Committees

Diversity, Equity & Belonging Committee focuses on establishing and enhancing a culture of diversity and belonging at Jackson College, offering programs, professional development, and ensuring policies and practices are inclusive and equitable.

Lux et Veritas focuses on enhancing diversity of thought,  perspectives, worldviews,  with civility through conversations and symposia..

Committee on Equitable Outcomes (CEO) focuses on equity in curriculum, pedagogy, training, academic outcomes, completion, accountability measures and classroom experiences. No one leaves Jackson College with a degree or certificate without an understanding of our history regarding racial bias, conscious or unconscious.

Equity Audit Committee

Equity Audit Committee is conducting a thorough analysis of Jackson College from an equity lens, researching its history to identify equity gaps and any racism while identifying opportunities to make improvements where appropriate.

Equity Initiatives Documentation Committee A standby committee that warehouses all equity initiatives, data and programs and helps with equity-related applications for grants, surveys, proposals, etc.

Jackson College Affinity Groups In an effort to better understand and serve the various ethnic communities in the College’s service area, the College has established several affinity groups from the various local ethnic communities. These groups meet to strategize on ways the College can better serve each respective community. In an effort to increase the affinity group’s effectiveness, the College is hiring a part-time liaison for each group. There are five affinity groups: Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander, Black/African American, Pakistani, and Indian.

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