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26May

Communications Instructor

Northeast Iowa Community College, Peosta, IA

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To fully support the mission of Northeast Iowa Community College through the functions of teaching, service and scholarship. To provide effective instruction to ensure academic programming attains student learning outcomes and prepares students for successful transition into the workforce or transfer to a post-secondary institution. To carry out assigned responsibilities to ensure academic programs are sustainable and aligned with accreditation standards.

Qualifications

The successful candidate will have a master’s degree in Communication, Speech, English, Literature, or a master’s degree with a combination of these qualifying fields that specifically include a minimum of six graduate hours in Communication, Speech, English, or Literature and 12 graduate hours in one or more areas of Communication, Speech, English, Literature, Fine Arts, Drama/Theatre, Creative Writing, Journalism, Linguistics, Rhetoric, and/or English Education.

Primary courses taught may include: Public Speaking, Workplace Communications, Foundations of Writing, Composition I, Composition II, Introduction to Literature, Cultures Through Literature, or other Arts and Sciences courses as assigned. Assigned courses will be scheduled on the Peosta campus, Dubuque Center, and/or at local school locations and taught in a variety of formats.

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Remain current with methods and developments in the content area.
2. Possess the expertise to deliver courses in multiple formats; face-to-face, online, hybrid
3. Utilize current technologies to support teaching;
4. Complete delegated teaching assignment in accordance with guidelines for teaching format.
5. Meet all class, office and college commitments.
6. Participate in the development of a cohesive general education program and/or career and technical program.
7. Evidence a commitment to the assessment of student learning.
8. Evidence a commitment to ongoing program evaluation.
9. Maintain a classroom environment that supports retention and completion.
10. Assist in the placement and success of students.
11. Maintain credentials and expertise in accordance with College guidelines and accreditation standards.
12. Comply with State and Federal Guidelines. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
a. Record daily student attendance in the learning management system.
b. Submit accurate grades in accordance with prescribed guideline.
c. Provide accommodations as identified by Disability Services.
d. Maintain student privacy in accordance with professional and/or legal standards.
13. Participate in program orientations, promotion and recruiting/enrollment events.
14. Contribute as a member of the College community.
15. Perform additional duties as assigned.

 

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Job Details

ID 753492
Location
Peosta, IA
Positions 1
Type
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Status
Full Time
Pay --
Categories
Education
EMSI Skills Communications
Composition
Creative Writing
Journalism
Management
Public Speaking
Rhetoric
Teaching
Writing
Benefits
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
Retirement Plan
Paid Sick Leave

Preferred Candidates

Years of Experience --
Education Masters

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