Thank you for your interest in a career at Northcentral Technical College (NTC). NTC offers outstanding career opportunities to work in a stimulating and diverse environment with state-of-the art facilities. If you have a desire to help students while positively impacting the community, we’d love for you to join our team!
Job Description & Qualifications:
The instructor is primarily responsible for creating a performance-based learning and teaching environment for students in accordance with the educational objectives of the College.
Adjunct Application Information
While there may not be an immediate need for an adjunct in every area, Northcentral Technical College (NTC) accepts applications regardless, in order to create a pool for when there may be a need. Upon successful submission of your application, you will be considered for future part-time adjunct instructor opportunities and your application will be on file as a potential candidate who could possibly fill a position if or when the need arises. Adjunct positions in this area include but are not limited to:
Adult Basic Education
Alternative High School (DPI required)
Early Childhood Education
English Language Learning (ELL)
Part-time Instructors are hired on a per-course basis each semester, and teaching one semester does not guarantee being assigned the following semester. The teaching hours for a part-time instructor vary and can include day, evening, and weekend classes. Adjunct faculty can teach a maximum of 12 student contact hours per week averaged over the semester.
This posting will close on December 31, 2023. If you are not contacted by this time and you are still interested in employment with NTC, especially if your qualifications have changed, please reapply.
Essential Functions & Responsibilities
Plan learning-centered instruction based on the competencies and performance levels of the course including activities and teaching methods designed for a variety of learning styles to help students achieve course outcomes and validate that learning has taken place.
Maintain accurate attendance, student success, and scholastic records of students; submit required reports and meet response deadlines.
Meet with classes as assigned and maintain a classroom/laboratory/shop environment emphasizing safety, good housekeeping, and equipment security.
Use course text, outlines, syllabi, and other curriculum materials in accordance with college and department guidelines.
Utilize learning technology for teaching, delivery of course content, learning, assessment, online/distance learning, and student record keeping (ex. Canvas, Starfish, Cengage, Teams, etc.)
Communicate, respond to questions, and provide consistent and timely feedback to students about successful course completion; actively participate in communications with the college, department, and team.
Participate in the College's assessment process, professional development, Faculty Quality Assurance Standards (FQAS) and in-service activities.
Maintain qualification requirements throughout employment as an instructor under Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS), Higher Learning Commission (HLC), FQAS, accreditation standards, and/or licensing standards where applicable.
The essential functions and responsibilities listed are intended to describe the primary functions of persons assigned to this position. They are not intended as an exhaustive list of all job duties, responsibilities, and requirements and may require some flexibility and interpretation to fit the needs of other areas of the College.
Minimum Qualifications Required
Ability to meet the qualifications under Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS), Higher Learning Commission (HLC) requirements, accreditation standards, and/or licensing standards where applicable. Human Resources will determine if the candidate is qualified per specific instructional area.
General Education: Master’s degree in the content area of instruction Master's degree with 18 credits in the content area required (English, Math, Biology, Science, Economics, Social Science, etc.)
Basic Education Instructor (non-General Education such as ABE, ELL, College Prep, etc.):
Bachelor's Degree or higher with at least a minor (or 20 semester credits) in Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Adult Education or Specials Needs Education OR
Bachelor’s degree or higher with DPI certification (or 20 semester credits) in any area taught at Elementary Education or Secondary Education levels AND a total of 3 credits of Reading Instruction and/or Teaching Methods or any combination thereof.
Experience in teaching and working with diverse populations in a post-secondary setting.
Subject area-related industry licensures or certifications.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Communicate effectively, verbally and in writing.
Success and commitment as a team member, fostering consensus and collaboration in and out of the classroom.
The ability to manage projects, set and achieve specific objectives and measure results.
Proficiency in the use of technology, computers and software.
Promote and model professionalism as an educator and business professional.
Carrying/Lifting 10-25lbs - Low
Carrying/Lifting 25-50lbs - Low
Carrying/Lifting > 50lbs - Low
Sitting - High
Standing/walking/climbing - Medium
Squatting/Crouching/Kneeling/Bending - Low
Repetitive Hand/Foot Movement - Low
Pushing/Pulling/Reaching Above Shoulder - Low
Indoor/Office Work Environment - High
Outdoor Weather Conditions - N/A
Irritated or Agitated Individuals - Low
Hostile or Violent Individuals - Low
Hazardous Fumes/Odors/Toxic Chemicals - N/A
Confined Spaces (as identified by OSHA) - N/A
Work-Related Travel - Low