Management Instructor with Possible Department Head Appointment
Tri-County Technical College is seeking an innovative faculty member dedicated to student success and to meeting the diverse needs of our students for its Management programs. Applicants should possess expertise in the field of study and have a desire to work in a collaborative learner-centered environment focused on student learning and success. Applicants with demonstrated success in leading and managing an academic unit with a strong track record of teamwork and collaborative decision making may be considered for a possible Department Head appointment. Instructor job duties include teaching, assessing and improving student learning, instructional development, advising students, and College service. Teaching assignments may include both day and evening classes, online classes or hybrid classes on multiple campuses or high school and career center campuses. Candidates considered for a possible Department Head appointment will have responsibilities for providing academic and administrative leadership including but not limited to hiring, supervising and evaluating full and part-time faculty, supervising departmental budget, overseeing curriculum review/changes, working with program advisory committees, and performing program evaluation. These programs are accredited by ACBSP. Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Business Administration, Management or a related field. Please include a resume, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts when submitting your application. Preferred Qualifications: Three years teaching experience preferred. Preference will be given to applicants with teaching experience in a community college; successful experience using a variety of active and collaborative learning strategies; and, experience implementing innovative assessments to measure student learning. Close Date: 07/20/2014 For more information and to apply visit http://jobs.tctc.edu (Req# 13T4014). Tri-County Technical College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating a learning environment that fosters inclusion, respect for differences and cultural awareness. View our 10 year vision for our challenging future as a Community College that is Transforming Lives, Shaping the Community at our website: www.tctc.edu You can play a visible part in the future of our College, have the ability to collaborate across the College, work and think strategically, and positively impact the lives and success of students and our community in dramatic fashion. Our benefits include: -State benefits of health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life and dependent life insurance, long term care insurance, supplemental long term disability, MoneyPlus -The South Carolina Retirement System, Optional Retirement Plans, Deferred Compensation Program -Paid Faculty Non-work days or Annual Leave, Sick Leave, and Holidays -The College closes at 2pm on Fridays -Professional Development Opportunities -Wellness Center located at the Pendleton Campus -Unique collaborative learning environment on beautiful campuses located in upstate of South Carolina The Upstate of South Carolina is home to more than 200 international companies, the I-85 "boom belt," and a vibrant quality of life, it's easy to see why the Upstate is one of the fastest growing regions in the Nation. The College is nestled in the foothills of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, and Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC are each only two hours away, while South Carolina's coastal towns and beaches are three to four hours travel. The Tri-County Technical College service area includes Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties. The College is also part of a state-wide system of sixteen technical colleges. More than 7,000 students enroll at the College each year in more than 70 major fields of study, including engineering technology, industrial technology, business, computer and information technology, public service, human services, healthcare, and university transfer programs. Developmental courses are offered for those who need to brush up on basic academic skills. The Continuing Education Division also offers personal and professional development non-credit classes in technical, business, healthcare, and personal interest areas to more than 10,000 community members each year. The main campus is located in historic Pendleton, South Carolina. The College currently has two branch campuses in the nearby cities of Anderson, Easley, and Seneca.