Sandhills Community College seeks applications for a full-time English Instructor. The English Instructor will guide and direct the learning experiences of students through their knowledge, skills, and motivation in the fields of composition and literature. Members of the faculty agree to be accessible to students, other faculty, staff, and to those making inquiry to the College and to assume a fair share of the total workload of the College as may be assigned. Instructional duties will include teaching topics in [discipline], using a variety of delivery modes: traditional classroom, online, hybrid, weekend, mini-mester, and evening. Additional faculty duties include assisting with student recruitment, advising students and performing support duties as assigned by the department chair. Class sessions may take place on the Sandhills Community College campus and on Moore and Hoke County high school campuses. Ability to integrate with other disciplines and support technology programs is a plus. Interviews for the position will include a teaching demonstration and an oral/written assessment conducted in a computer environment.
Provide effective and high quality instruction in English.
Keep up with the scholarship of his/her discipline.
Support student learning outside of class.
Communicate effectively with students, faculty, and staff.
Maintain accurate scholastic and attendance records of students enrolled in classes and submit reports as required.
Provide competent advising to students and participate in recruitment and retention activities.
Support the Department of English and Humanities and the College in the fulfillment of its mission.
Assist in program and curriculum review, revision, and development.
Maintain positive and professional interpersonal relationships with students, faculty, staff, and administration at the college.
Participate in professional development activities to keep up with innovative practices that improve teaching and learning.
Teach a variety of English curriculum courses assigned based on department needs.
Exhibit the five core values of Sandhills Community College.
Serve on campus committees as appointed by the department and administration.
Provide quality course delivery using online, hybrid, and face-to-face teaching methods based on department needs.
Required Qualifications: A master’s degree or higher in communications or a master’s degree and 18 graduate credit hours in ?English.
Preferred Qualifications: Community college teaching experience and credentials to teach in additional discipline(s) are preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Salary to be commensurate with experience and state salary schedules. Applications will be accepted until June 30, 2019. To maximize your opportunity for selection; transcripts, letter of interest, and resume must be uploaded with your application. Selection is contingent on final budget approval.
Sandhills Community College is convinced that being around people who are different makes us more creative, more diligent, and harder working. We are committed to a campus that supports diversity in both learning and working environments, and in our outreach to our community. We are also committed to working with Veterans of our armed forces to honor their commitment to our country and learn from their experiences.
The Mission of Sandhills Community College is to provide educational opportunities of the highest quality to all the people of the Sandhills. The college is committed to the five core values of INTEGRITY, HELPFULNESS, EXCELLENCE, RESPECT, AND OPPORTUNITY. These values guide and direct Sandhills Community College as it seeks:To welcome students of all ability levels and to provide programs that prepare them for employment or for transfer;To provide training for local businesses and to contribute constructively to the economic well-being of the region;To contribute to the cultural and artistic richness of the community, and to the educational needs of our retired population;To create a campus environment that celebrates its faculty and staff, and contributes to their personal and professional development.