ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH

Institution & Website SALT LAKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE      https://jobs.slcc.edu/postings/34357
Job Title ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH
Salary Competitive and commensurate with experience
Duties & Responsibilities Essential responsibilities: • Teach 15-contact credit hours per semester, which may include up to three hours in the Student Writing Center. • Exemplify the ethos of the English Department by sharing knowledge and engaging with the college community, as well as the community at large. • Demonstrate and support professional commitment to the discipline, department, school, and college mission and values. • Participate in collaborative development and revision of innovative and theoretically supported curriculum. • Participate in the exploration of productive and pedagogically sound methods for creating and assessing inclusive educational experiences for students. • Assess and maintain records of student performance. • Exhibit a strong commitment to collaboration and collegiality with full- and part-time faculty. Attend regularly scheduled department meetings and presentations. • Maintain regularly scheduled office/consultation hours. • Complete required trainings.
Requirements Basic Qualifications: 1. Master’s Degree in English, Writing Studies, Rhetoric/Composition, Linguistics, Literacy Studies, English Education, Applied Linguistics/TESOL, or related field. 2. Two years of experience teaching basic or transfer-level English composition courses (graduate or adjunct teaching applicable). Preferred Qualifications: 1. Expertise in multilingual composition theory and praxis. 2. Demonstrated success in working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds and literacy practices. 3. Demonstrated success in working with multilingual student writers. 4. Demonstrated commitment to improving access to, and retention in, higher education for students from communities traditionally underrepresented in higher education. 5. Experience in on-campus writing/literacy centers and/or community-based writing/literacy centers. 6. Demonstrated proficiency with writing technologies, including but not limited to online or technology-enhanced course design and teaching, new media, multi-modal composition, and distance education. 7. The equivalent of 1-3 years of full-time teaching experience in the field at a post-secondary institution. 8. Significant involvement in a campus writing program. 9. Knowledge of course and program assessment best practices preferred. 10. Knowledge of successful curricular design for transitional and first generation student populations preferred. 11. Knowledge of critical educational theories and practices that pursue equity and inclusion for students from underrepresented and historically disenfranchised communities. 12. Communication skills and cross-cultural abilities that maximize effective collaboration with a diverse community of campus and external students and colleagues. 13. Knowledge of course and program assessment best practices preferred. 14. Knowledge of successful curricular design for transitional and first generation student populations. 15. Preferred proficiency in at least one language other than English
Starting Date & Posting Dates Closing Date: November 28, 2016
Submit the Following Information: Special Instructions to Applicants: Selected finalists will be required to hold a classroom teaching demonstration and make a presentation to the search committee on curriculum design.

Application Process For full consideration, the search committee requests the following documents be attached online to the application ( https://jobs.slcc.edu/postings/34357). 1. Curriculum vitae 2. Original transcript of highest degree 3. A teaching philosophy statement (to be attached as “Other Documents”). This statement should be a 1-2 page (single-spaced) account of the applicant’s theoretically-grounded approach to teaching along with description of teaching methods. It should explain through concrete examples the applicant’s teaching objectives, how the applicant’s methods serve those objectives, and how the applicant measures the effectiveness of his or her teaching. 4. Examples of student evaluations and performance reviews where appropriate. 5. Required reference letters (3) should speak to the applicant’s qualities as a teacher-scholar. Confidential letters of reference must be received by the Human Resource Office by mail or Interfolio (http://www.interfolio.com/products/letterwriter) no later than the closing date. Please clearly indicate the reference letters are for Faculty English #F14028. Mailing address: Salt Lake Community College Attn: Human Resources, Req.#F14028 PO Box 30808 Salt Lake City, UT 84130-0808

Hiring Notes 1. Salt Lake Community College Human Resources will conduct criminal background checks on the selected finalist. 2. Official Transcripts and credentials are required before a job offer can be made.

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Composition & Literacy Faculty

Institution & Website Northwest State Community College http://www.northweststate.edu
Job Title
Composition & Literacy Faculty
Salary
Duties & Responsibilities 1. Facilitate classroom instruction: a. Prepares, presents, and evaluates course materials related to the instructional strategies which are based on the course learning objectives b. Provides adequate feedback/explanation of graded coursework and other student information in an accurate and timely manner c. Ensures a positive and favorable learning environment in the classroom, labs, and campus d. Responsible for classroom and lab equipment, maintenance, and supplies 2. Lead the development, assessment, and evaluation of curriculum: a. Completes assessment and evaluation of existing courses and program curriculum; revises course materials and activities as needed for improvement. b. Develops new courses including the assessment, evaluation, course syllabi, selecting appropriate text and ancillary materials c. Attends statewide articulation and transfer meetings and/or remains abreast of transfer and articulation policy; make curricular recommendations and changes based on statewide transfer and articulation policies. d. Provides leadership to adjunct faculty and student workers 3. Participates in student advisement a. Arranges and maintains suitable office hours for student advising and academic assistance b. Provides academic advising and counseling to students assisting with course selection and academic requirements 4. Facilitates cooperative relationships with outside agencies, including: a. Colleges and universities b. High schools c. Career Centers/Tech Prep/dual enrollments d. Community and Professional associations 5. Attends and participates in department, faculty meetings, and college committees and other scheduled meetings/activities at which attendance is expected 6. Completes assigned tasks in a timely manner and follows established college policies and procedures 7. Engages in professional development activities to maintain and enhance course content and instructional skills.
Requirements Hold a minimum of a master’s degree in English, preferably in rhetoric/composition; specialization in reading or teaching reading is required.  Teaching experience preferred.  Experience with accelerated course delivery models preferred.  Knowledge of online learning management systems preferred.
Starting Date & Posting Dates  Open until filled.
Submit the Following Information:  Interested candidates should submit letter of interest and updated resume in Word or PDF format. All such information should be submitted to careers@northweststate.edu using “Comp and Literacy Faculty (FT)” as the subject line.

English Full-time Tenure Track Faculty

Institution & Website Onondaga Community College in Syracuse, NY https://sunyocc.edu
Job Title English Full-time Tenure Track Faculty
Salary 47,224-53,856
Duties & Responsibilities Onondaga Community College is a two-year college located on a 280-acre campus in Syracuse, NY. OCC operates under the State University of New York (SUNY) system and is locally sponsored by Onondaga County. Bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees are available on campus through the Regional Higher Education Center. OCC has been named a “Military Friendly” school by G.I. Jobs Magazine for its service to student veterans, a “Green College” by the Princeton Review for its commitment to environmental responsibility and an Achieving The Dream college. A 2015 report titled “Demonstrating the Value of Onondaga Community College” shows students enjoy an attractive 17.5% rate of return on their educational investment. For every dollar of support from state and local governments, taxpayers see a return of $4.90 on their investments. OCC’s 17 athletics teams have won 13 national championships. Learn more about what’s happening on campus at http://www.news.sunyocc.edu. Strong candidates will offer demonstrated success in at least some of the following areas: -Availability for student support; -Technology to enhance learning; -Outcomes assessment; -Working with diverse populations of students, especially underrepresented students; -Academic advisement. We invite applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, protected veterans and others who would enrich our diversity. OCC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
Requirements -Master’s degree in English or related field from a regionally accredited college or university; -Experience teaching college composition. Experience teaching developmental composition at the community college level is preferred.
Starting Date & Posting Dates  Application deadline is November 15, 2016 Position start date is August 16, 2017
Submit the Following Information:  To learn more about this position and to apply to join Onondaga’s faculty, please visit http://sunyocc.peopleadmin.com

English Instructor (Developmental)

Institution & Website Dodge City Community College, Dodge City, KS http://www.dc3.edu/
Job Title English Instructor (Developmental)
Salary $32,000 to $50,000 USD Per Year
Duties & Responsibilities JOB SUMMARY: Under the general supervision of the Executive Vice President of College Affairs and Learning, the English Instructor will engage in a variety of learning support and instructional/institutional practices; recruit, advise and mentor students by providing a positive and encouraging environment for learning; and, work collaboratively within the humanities department to include service on various college committees. The instructional load may consist of day/night classes, and on and off campus classes. Instructor must be able to design and implement new courses to curriculum as needed. I. Essential Functions/Responsibilities • To understand and commit to the Mission of the College ~ To provide challenging and diverse opportunities for the pursuit of learning and to enhance personal and community development in a responsible, accessible and learner-centered environment. • The ability to communicate, connect, create, and collaborate to solve problems—quickly, easily, and clearly. • Teach assigned classes at highest levels of professional standards. • Prepare and update course outlines for each class assigned. • Prepare and update lesson plans, including appropriate outside research. • Prepare and update curriculum for technologically enhanced instruction. • Evaluate essays, exams, etc., as prepared by students. • Participate in English Department affairs (e.g. curriculum assessment). • Maintain accurate records of students’ progress and provide to administration when appropriate. • Maintain regular office hours. • Serve as academic advisor to assigned students. • Serve on College committees as assigned. II. Required Qualifications • Master’s degree in English or Education, or related degree with certification in reading or training in theory and practice of developmental education • Thorough knowledge of content area • Fluency in English language • Effective communication skills • Ability to convey ideas to others in a clear, understandable manner • Critical analytical and evaluative skills • Organizational skills • Ability to create and maintain a schedule • Literacy in modes of delivery • Ability to think, write, and communicate effectively • Ability to effectively maintain teaching schedules, organize time, and execute duties in the delivery and support of high quality instruction • Computer skills and ability to use technology in the classroom • Demonstrated teaching experience with developmental/under-resourced students • Demonstrated teaching experience with writing in digital environments • Valid Kansas driver’s license III. Desired Qualifications • Experience developing integrated reading/writing programs • Experience teaching developmental writing and reading • Experience teaching second language learners • Commitment to student learning/success
Requirements • Master’s degree in English or Education, or related degree with certification in reading or training in theory and practice of developmental education
Starting Date & Posting Dates  Starting Date: January or August, 2017 Posting Date: October 20, 2017
Submit the Following Information:  For more information go to the website below and/or Dave Wetmore Human Resources Dodge City Community College 2501 N. 14th Avenue Dodge City, KS 67801-2399 Phone: 620/227-9201 Fax: 620/227-9345 email: hr@dc3.edu http://www.dc3.edu/about-us/info-and-resources/human-resources