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Job Title: Assistant Professor, Manual Machinist Program -SAT
Company Name: Salt Lake Community College
Contact Person: HR
Business Phone: 801-957-4210
City: Salt Lake City
State: Utah
Website URL: https://jobs.slcc.edu/postings/31882
Qualifications: Preferred Qualifications 1. Knowledge of or experience with working in a Competency Based Education Environment. Minimum Qualifications 1. Associate degree in a technology field and 7 years full time work experience in the machining industry; OR 2. Associate degree in a technology field and 3 years full time work experience in the machining industry and 3 years training machinist in Higher Education; OR 3. Seven years full time work experience in the machining industry and 3 years training machinist in Higher Education.
Job Description: Position Title Assistant Professor, Manual Machinist Program -SAT Open Internally or Externally External If faculty, tenure track status Non-Tenure Track Reports to (title) Associate Dean Department SAT Instruction Requisition Number F15017 Position Type New position Job Category Faculty FT/PT Full-time Initial Work Location Varies Starting Salary Min $39,420.72/Academic yr. Job Open Date 12/15/2015 Job Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Priority Review Date 02/05/2016 Job Summary Salt Lake Community College seeks to attract an active, culturally and academically diverse faculty of the highest caliber, skilled in the scholarship of teaching, discovery, application, and integration of knowledge. The successful applicant will join a vital and innovative department as its members are reflective practitioners and knowledgeable teachers in their respective fields. They participate in their professional communities, and collaborate with colleagues in developing curriculum. Such faculty members actively serve our students in successfully obtaining the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in their careers. Provide classroom and lab instruction in all aspects of the SAT Manual Machinist program while working with students in an open-entry, open-exit competency-based classroom and lab. The instructor will be required to collaborate with other departments sharing the machine lab and work with the Marketing department to recruit students and market the program. This position depends on student enrollment levels. Essential Responsibilities and Duties Provide classroom and lab instruction for Manual and CNC Machinist courses in a competency-based open-entry environment. Assess and maintain records of student performance and submit student records and documentation on time. Advise students on the program requirements and their progress through the program. Provide an industry viewpoint to students and the training program so that students will be prepared to enter the work force. Engage in professional development activities to remain current and improve knowledge, skills, and abilities relevant to the machinist and teaching professions. Work cooperatively with others to purchase required materials and equipment and manage and maintain the shared classroom space and lab equipment. Work with marketing department in outreach efforts to recruit students and advertise the program. Attend regularly scheduled meetings and participate in committee assignments. Follow all established SLCC, School of Applied Technology and Department policies and procedures. Make and maintain industry contacts and work with the Program Advisory Committee (PAC) to assess needs of industry. Collaborate with PAC members and other instructors to update and revise curriculum to meet industry needs. Preferred Qualifications 1. Knowledge of or experience with working in a Competency Based Education Environment. Minimum Qualifications 1. Associate degree in a technology field and 7 years full time work experience in the machining industry; OR 2. Associate degree in a technology field and 3 years full time work experience in the machining industry and 3 years training machinist in Higher Education; OR 3. Seven years full time work experience in the machining industry and 3 years training machinist in Higher Education. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities 1. Skilled machinist using the most common manufacturing machining processes. 2. Experience teaching in competency-based open-entry/open-exit individualized adult programs 3. Experience teaching students from diverse backgrounds 4. Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills 5. Ability to document and maintain individualized records of student performance; ability to attend to details and submit student and curricular documentation on time. 6. Ability to work without close supervision in a team with diverse membership. 7. Ability to work within a prescribed curriculum and departmental procedures while maintaining patience, creativity, and cooperative attitude. 8. Ability to utilize instructional technology to develop competency-based curriculum and assessment in order to maximize student learning in open-entry, open-exit competency-based lab environment. 9. Computer literacy and use, including word processing, spreadsheets, Internet, and email. Civility and urbanity are essential attributes of the incumbent. Non-Essential Responsibilities and Duties Special Instructions PRIORITY REVIEW DATE: February 5, 2016. All applications submitted by this date will be receive priority review. If the position is not filled, the committee will review any additional applications. - Applicants selected for an interview may be asked to participate in a teaching demonstration. - SLCC HR department will conduct a criminal background check on the selected finalist. In addition, official transcripts from the selected finalist are required before offering employment. FLSA Exempt
Email Address: james.broadbent@slcc.edu
NIMS Credentials: Preferred