Communication Instructor (Part-Time Faculty)



Salary: $45.88 - $65.54 Hourly Location: Salem Campus. Salem, OR Job Type: Part-Time Faculty Division: General Education & Transfer Studies Job Number: AF - CommInst20SU' Closing: 7/6/2020 11:59 PM Pacific Description Chemeketa aspires to be an inclusive environment where we honor and value the unique contributions of our diverse students, employees, and community. We seek to foster cultural competence and pursue equitable solutions that support all students in achieving their educational goals. If you are interested in joining the work of the college to pursue a supportive and inclusive culture, we encourage you to apply. Position Summary: This is a part-time faculty pool for available assignments as a Communication Instructor during the 2020-21 academic year starting with fall term 2020 assignments. Applications will be reviewed immediately upon receipt as well as throughout the academic year based on department need. Should a review of your application result in the intent to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted for an interview. Communication instructors may teach one or more of the following courses: COMM100 (Intro to Communication) COMM111 (Fundamentals of Public Speaking) COMM115 (Intercultural Communication) COMM218 (Interpersonal Communication) Terms of Employment: Requires flexible work schedule to meet program needs, which may include evenings and/or weekends Requires the provision of official transcripts upon hire Preference may be given to Chemeketa employees based upon current labor/employment contracts Teaching assignment may include outreach centers or campuses, evening and weekend courses, and the use of non-traditional delivery methodologies Recently hired faculty are expected to participate in a new faculty orientation program Upon hire, must pass security inquiry which may include criminal and/or driving history; only information relevant to the position will be considered Duties and Responsibilities Essential Functions: Promotes and applies the college's values for teaching and learning, creates a learning climate of mutual respect and fairness, encourages creative and critical thinking, actively engages students in the learning process, facilitates learning that is relevant to and enriches students, encourages mutual responsibility for a supportive learning environment, clarifies expectations and encourages student responsibility for learning, and promotes learning as a life-long process Reads, learns, understands, and complies with the expectations set out in the current Faculty Handbook, especially the Teaching and Learning Responsibilities Teaches assigned classes following approved course outline, prepares and develops materials for assigned classes, provides students and college with course syllabi Provides a classroom environment conducive to learner growth in a variety of delivery ways (individual and small group instruction, lectures, facilitating discussions) Maintains student records of grades and attendance Keeps current on technological changes, developments in subject area, and innovative teaching techniques Understands, develops, and provides a learning environment that supports diversity, and incorporates a sensitivity to diversity in the workplace Institutional Expectations: Embraces diversity and actively collaborates effectively with a variety of students, staff and the public from diverse cultural, social, economic and educational backgrounds Participates in recruitment and retention of students at an individual and institutional level in promotion of student success Embraces, understands and uses appropriate technology tools to accomplish job functions Provides high quality, effective service to internal and external customers through continuous improvement and adoption of lean office practices
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