Adjunct Instructor, Criminal JusticeCampus:
Perry VanKirk Career Academy/PerryJob Number:
Fall Semester 2023Job Category:
Adjunct FacultyApplication & Position Contact Information:
Contact Eddie Diaz at email@example.com or 515-428-8120 for information concerning the position or your status once the position has closed.
$984 per Equivalent Credit Hour (ECH)Job Summary:
Provides competency-based quality instruction in accordance with the stated philosophy and objectives of the College in classroom, lab and clinical settings. Teaching at the Perry Campus, 7:45 am-9:15 am. Monday through Friday.Essential Functions:
Teaches assigned courses in the classroom in accordance with course competencies and syllabi. Develops and/or utilizes a variety of instructional strategies, techniques and delivery methods designed to meet the individual learning styles of students. Fosters a safe and civil learning environment. Develops and maintains current course syllabi and outlines; prepares lecture/lab and class materials. Informs students about course requirements, evaluation procedures, and attendance policies. Monitors, evaluates, and documents student attendance, progress and competency attainment; submits related reports as required. Promotes the College and the program and assists in recruiting and marketing the program to prospective students. Participates in professional development activities and stays current in his/her field.Required Qualifications:
This position teaches in DMACC’s Career Advantage program, specifically the Criminal Justice area. Faculty teach criminal justice core curriculum to high school students who earn DMACC college credit.
This position teaches a morning block daily to high school students who travel to the Perry Center, teaching five days a week and teaching two courses from the Criminal Justice program curriculum.
The Criminal Justice program curriculum can be explored here.
Master’s degree in Criminal Justice, Law degree, or master’s degree (e.g., Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Public Administration, or Homeland Security) with at least 18 graduate semester hours in a combination of the qualifying fields that provide a foundation in the specific subject matter being taught. OR: Bachelor’s degree (in areas above) and a combination of formal training and professional tested experience equivalent to 6,000 hours. Ability to function effectively in a team environment. Demonstrated effectiveness working with populations having diverse values, and/or coming from varied cultures and backgrounds.Desired Qualifications:
Teaching Experience. Ability to use and apply alternative instructional delivery systems to enhance learning. Experience in curriculum development and assessment. Experience teaching, working, or volunteering with high school students.Experience working within the criminal justice system of law enforcement, courts, or corrections, or closely allied occupations.Work Schedule:
Perry Campus, 7:45 am-9:15 am. Monday through FridayPosting Date:
02/15/2023Open Until Filled:
YesSpecial Instructions to Applicants:
THIS VACANCY REQUIRES: 1) A complete DMACC Employment Application (personal information, educational history, employment history, and supplemental questions). Incomplete applications and commenting “See Resume” will not be accepted. The application form will be used to screen applicants for required qualifications. 2) Attachment of transcripts to your electronic application. Transcripts must include the applicant’s name and degrees conferred. Scanned copies are acceptable.Quick Link for Postings:
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