Assistant/Associate Professor of Welding

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General Information

Job Posting ID 3541410 Creation Date Jan 08, 2018
Employer Posting No --- Closing Date Feb 07, 2018
Job Site Address FAIRFIELD, Texas 75840 Employer Type Junior College
Openings 1

Job Description

POSITION PURPOSE:

This position will primarily be assigned to teach classes on the Fairfield Campus. All instructional personnel are expected to dedicate their primary energies and loyalties to the service of their students. A major responsibility of all instructional personnel is to meet every scheduled class period for classes which meet on a regular basis. Instructors shall not dismiss class or change class meeting hours, dates or classrooms without prior approval from the appropriate Dean or Administrator. Instructors must not permit any outside interests to interfere with their obligations to students. All full-time faculty members may be required to teach at locations away from their primary campus, including dual credit courses, weekend or evening classes.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

TEACHING

Instructors are expected to serve as student advocates.
Instructors shall provide student-centered learning opportunities.
All instructors must make continuing efforts to improve the quality of their courses.
Instructors are expected to conduct classroom instruction at the highest possible level of quality, efficiency, and interest for students.
Instructors shall communicate their knowledge and experience effectively to students.
Instructors shall have good rapport with students in class, instilling an atmosphere in which students are engaged and feel comfortable asking questions.
Instructors shall evaluate students regularly and fairly based on outcomes and objectives identified in course syllabi.
Instructors shall conduct classes that encourage critical thinking skills and/or instill professionalism in the students.
Instructors shall respect student privacy and comply with FERPA laws.
Instructors shall grade and return assignments and tests in a timely manner.
Instructors shall respond to student correspondence in a reasonable and timely manner.
Instructors shall utilize student evaluations to improve the quality of their instruction.
Instructors shall adequately plan courses so that content is up to date and presented in an orderly manner.
Instructors shall provide course averages to students at regular intervals throughout the semester.

COURSE MANAGEMENT

Instructors will utilize the departmentally adopted and approved textbook for every course taught and will require students to use that text in the instructional process.
All faculty will be responsible for classroom management. Clear expectations andfirst week of classes so that all students will understand the learning environment at
Navarro College.
standards for optimum learning will be discussed on the first day of class or within the
Instructors are expected to plan and develop efficient procedures for evaluating student
learning.
Instructors are expected to develop efficient procedures for notifying students of poor academic performance.
All instructors are to be familiar with and adhere to all policies and procedures of the
institution.
Instructors who are assigned laboratory sections are expected to remain with the
students during laboratory periods.
Instructors are expected to meet every scheduled class on time and keep the class for
the entire scheduled period.
Instructors are to prepare a course syllabus for each course which they are teaching and distribute within the first week a copy of the syllabus to each student in each class with a copy submitted to the appropriate Dean. Syllabus shall be uploaded to WebAdvisor by assigned date.
Each course syllabus will include the College policy and/or procedures adopted by the Board of Trustees and Executive Administration relative to classroom decorum and student expectations while attending classes.
Supervisory Experience Required No
Shift Days (First) Duration Regular
Workweek Full Time
Veterans Only No
Federal Contractor No
Eagle Ford Shale Job No
Is this job related to Hurricane Harvey Clean-up/Restoration? No

Job Requirements

Occupation Welders, Cutters, and Welder Fitters
Minimum Experience and Education  1 yrs   0 mos and Associates Degree
- OR -
 1 yrs   0 mos and No Education Requirement

- OR -

Occupation Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders
Minimum Experience and Education  3 yrs   0 mos and Associates Degree
- OR -
 5 yrs   0 mos and No Education Requirement


Additional Requirements

Driver's License Type Class C - Standard Driver's License

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Job Title Assistant/Associate Professor of Welding
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State Agency Name NAVARRO COLLEGE
Job Closing Date Feb 7, 2018
Open Until Filled No

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