Edmonds Community College is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. The college values its talented, diverse workforce and seeks to attract, hire, and support employees who consistently and actively embrace diversity and equity.
Edmonds Community College is an equal opportunity employer. Edmonds Community College invites all individuals to apply and as an equal opportunity employer, we also encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds and groups to apply for this position.
Construction Management Associate Faculty Pool
For additional information concerning the Construction Management program, please see our web-page at Construction Management Website or see a printable Information Packet at Construction Management Information Packet
We accept applications for part-time faculty positions on an ongoing basis. Typical requirements for part-time faculty are listed below, along with a link to the department's web page. To be included in the part-time pool, please follow the application procedure below.
Specific Questions may be fielding via email: Patrick.email@example.com
Applications remain on file for one year. If you wish to remain in the part-time pool beyond that time, you can update and resubmit your online application yearly.
NOTE: Full time instructor positions are typically drawn from the Part-time Faculty pool
DESCRIPTION: Edmonds Community College and the Construction Division invite applications for an associate faculty Construction Management Instructor.
The college seeks faculty who will adapt to a variety of teaching situations, can use technology to teach effectively and will work effectively with students, staff, and others in a campus climate that promotes cultural diversity and student success.
Faculty members are responsible for the following: teaching assigned classes to a diverse student body in the classroom, lab, and field settings combined with online course management and/or within an online/hybrid model; developing curriculum; preparing teaching materials; developing and assessing student learning outcomes to evaluate student work; assigning grades; maintaining required records; and advising and consulting with students to support their success.
Instructors will be responsible for teaching Construction Management courses in one or more of the included areas of specialization.
Other responsibilities include participation in the following: the achievement of the College's mission and goals; upholding the College's values; governance of the College via department and division work; required professional development and college in-service activities (including employee orientation and college compliance training); personal and program evaluation. The teaching assignment may include early morning or late afternoon/evening classes and could include online teaching as well.
4 year degree in Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering or related discipline (preferred)
Demonstrated commitment to community-based service-learning.
Excellent verbal, listening, problem-solving, critical thinking, and writing skills.
A long-term obligation to the program is preferred
Ability to work effectively with students and staff of various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
Competence to teach courses with multicultural perspectives in a community college setting with a focus on student learning.
Willingness to incorporate the college-wide abilities of Critical Thinking, Group Process, Written and Oral Communication, and Quantitative Reasoning into course curricula.
Experience with the use of or ability to learn course management systems, i.e. CANVAS. (Required for all classes with training provided)
Ability to impart excitement and enthusiasm into teaching.
Ability to adapt to a variety of teaching situations, including a wide range of student preparedness and characteristics.
PHYSICAL WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Work is typically performed in a classroom and office and requires standing and/or sitting for extended periods of time. The ability to communicate effectively is essential.
Instructors are required to use a computer in the work environment. The ability to navigate difficult terrain in field settings is required.
Salary and work schedules are dependent upon contract load and mode of instruction. A standard four-credit "lecture mode" class would be approximately $3,564.13 per quarter.
Class structure is typically set up on a 'one class- one night a week' basis. Classes typically start at 6PM
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
You must document your citizenship or employment authorization within three days of hire.
Criminal background check. Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position.
All new positions are contingent upon funding.
This position is part of a bargaining unit subject to a collective bargaining agreement.
At this time, Edmonds Community College does not sponsor H1-B Visas.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES AND REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
All applicants must apply online. No paper submissions or emailed materials will be accepted.
You must complete the online application to be included in the part-time faculty pool. Please include a current resume or CV and the names and contact information for three references and a cover letter addressing the required and desired qualifications. If you wish to include teaching evaluations, transcripts, or other documents, you are welcome to do so.
ABOUT THE COLLEGE:
Established in 1967, Edmonds Community College is a public, two-year, state community college. It focuses on academic excellence, student success, and community engagement, which reflect the three aspects of its mission:
Teaching | Learning | Community. It serves about 20,000 students annually, including more than 1,000 international students from more than 60 countries. The college offers nearly 70 associate degrees and 60 professional certificates in about 30 programs of study.
Its highest enrolled programs are the Associate of Arts/Associate of Science degrees, Paralegal, Allied Health (pre-nursing degree), Business/Accounting, Construction Management, and Culinary Arts. The college is located in the center of the growing south Snohomish County communities of Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, Brier, Mill Creek, Mukilteo, and Woodway. For more information, visit www.edcc.edu.
EEO/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATEMENT:
Edmonds Community College is an equal opportunity employer and assures equality of treatment in educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (gender), disability, sexual orientation, age, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or genetic information. Applicants with disabilities who require assistance with the recruitment process may call 425-640-1470 and accommodations will be made to the extent reasonably possible. The Human Resources Office is accessible to persons with disabilities.
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