Adjunct Pool Workforce Development Instructor Tracking Code50-262Job Description
Muskegon Community College, an associate degree-granting institution of higher education, is a center for lifelong learning which provides a person the opportunity to attain their educational goals by offering programs that respond to individual, community, and global needs. We are seeking qualified candidates for Adjunct Instructors. Please attach unofficial transcripts when applying.
The Adjunct Instructor Pools are for applicants who are interested in teaching in the future as an (part-time) adjunct instructor for one of our departments. The Instructor Pools are always open for applications. However, this does not mean that we have an immediate opening in the division. The Adjunct Instructor Pools function as a way for department chairs to view applicant materials in advance of a need, and determine if the applicant will be approved or not approved to be added to their pool of eligible applicants. Should a part-time instructional need arise in a given department, the department chair will look first at the approved applicants to see if anyone matches our needs, in which case they may make contact to schedule an interview
Master's Degree in discipline or 18 credits in the specific discipline. 5 -10 years of experience in manufacturing industry. Related content training experience preferred. Prefer teaching experience at the college level. Extensive knowledge of and experience in at least one of the following: Fabrication including, but not limited to, Powder Coating and Paint Adhesion, Quality Manufacturing including Lean, Six Sigma, Five S, and TS 1694, Robotics including, but not limited to Fanuc and Motoman, Electronics including problem-solving, trouble shooting, and maintenance of PLC, Hydraulics, and Pneumatics Systems, Machining and CNC including multiple machine ship tools, programing and maintenance of equipment, and program capabilities of CNC simulators, CAD including, but not limited to SolidWorks, AutoCAD, NX, GD & T, Blueprint Reading, and Measurements, Business computer programs and software including, but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite (especially Excel), MiniTab, and graphics programs, Foundry including the process and maintenance of equipment, Inductotherm, Magnaflux, and Die Casting, Safety including: MI-OSHA, Lock-out/Tag-out, Slips/falls, ergonomics, First Aid, equipment, forklift, injury prevention, lifting, and threatening situations, and MIG/TIG/Arch Welding. Demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations representing a wide range of abilities, ages, nationalities and cultures. Experience with instructional technology preferred.
Responsible for instruction and facilitating student learning; committed to student recruitment, retention and success; assessment of learning, development of curriculum and use of instructional delivery modes utilizing both traditional and non-traditional methodology.
- Teach assigned course which may include day, night, and online courses, as well as at the main campus and extension centers. Classes are to meet on time for the full allotted time.
- Establish and promote an effective learning environment that maximize documented student learning.
- Prepare, submit and maintain reports related to student learning.
- Grading assignments in a meaningful way to promote continued student growth, returning graded assignments to students in a timely manner, and assigning final grades for all students, meeting or beating all institutional deadlines for completion.
- Provide educational assistance to students during regularly scheduled and posted times (i.e., office hours) or by appointment.
- Encourage student opinion survey completion for each class and then reviewed after summary information available to assist with increasing student success.
- Maintain levels of professional knowledge and expertise, including compliance training or hour.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Physical, Mental, and Environment Requirements Include:
☒ Detailed Work ☒ Student Contact
☒ Deadline oriented ☒ Problem Situations
☒ Multiple Priorities & Demands ☒ Emergency Situations
☒ Confidentiality ☐ On-call Availability
☒ Continual Interruptions ☒ Working Alone
☒ Faculty Contact ☒ Working with Others
☐ Standing & Walking ☒ Sitting
☐ Lifting up to 10 lbs. ☒ Up to 25 lbs. ☐ Up to 50 lbs. ☐ 80 + lbs.
☐ Pushing, Pulling, Twisting, Bending ☐ Climb or Balance
☐ Stoop, Kneel, Crouch, or Crawl ☐ Squatting
☐ Handle or Feel ☐ Reach with Hands and Arms
☒ Talking or hearing ☐ Tasting/Smelling
☐ Working Overhead ☒ Speak in English via Phone or In Person
☒ Close, Distance, Peripheral, and Color Vision along with Depth Perceptions
☒ Ability to Adjust and Focus
☐ Exposure to wet, humid conditions (non-weather), fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals; extreme heat/cold; and moderate to loud noise levels.
☒ Normal Office environment with little, if, any, discomfort due to heat, dust, noise and the like. Ability to travel to all campus locations required.
Job LocationMuskegon, Michigan, United StatesPosition TypePart-Time