Location: Batavia, NY Category: Administrative/Professional Posted On: Mon Aug 12 2019 Job Description:
Supervise and coordinate all aspects related to programs and full-time faculty and adjuncts in the disciplines housed in the Humanities and Social Sciences (ANT, ASL, ESL, FRE, GEO, HIS, PHI, POS, PSY, SOC, SPA) at the Batavia campus. Facilitate communication with adjuncts at campus centers and the ACE programs. Teach a maximum of 15/16 credits or 18/19 contact hours per year (fall/spring) in one of the areas of supervision within the Humanities and Social Sciences grouping.
Complete full-time faculty contractual evaluations according to Procedure 236, including class observations. Review the results with the Dean of Human Communications and Behavior before sharing with the faculty member.
With the assistance of full-time faculty in the disciplines supervised, maintain a current pool of candidates, and help campus centers to hire adjuncts.
Be available for adjunct training
Evaluate adjuncts (in disciplines supervised) at the Batavia campus in writing using the following guidelines:
Class observations during their first semester and then no less than once every two years if the adjunct is performing well. For adjuncts who need more help and guidance, evaluate every semester; if the adjunct performance is unsatisfactory, do not recommend for rehire.
After class observation meet with adjunct to discuss performance
With the help of discipline faculty evaluate syllabi
Review student evaluations with adjunct
Coordinate assessment, program reviews, and course schedules with full-time faculty in the disciplines supervised
Participate in summer orientations for new students
Advise students throughout the year
Meet with students to address concerns/complaints
Serve in an advisory capacity to the area dean
Keep area dean informed of issues
Advise colleagues on, and adhere to College Procedures
Lead and participate in assessment of courses, programs, general education and institutional learning outcomes.
Participate in budget decisions and management with the dean
Participate in setting and working toward goals under the College's Strategic Plan
Work closely with the Dean and other Directors to create/revise the Master Schedule of course offerings
Other duties as assigned. No additional courses will be assigned without overload payment.
Instructional and Other Responsibilities.
Evaluations for retention may include assessment in such areas as:
Presents students with a clearly written syllabus as outlined in procedure #220
Demonstrates knowledge, interest and enthusiasm for course content
Uses varied methods of classroom presentation
Uses supportive instructional materials and technology effectively
Demonstrates genuine concern and interest in students
Creates a learner-centered classroom
Integrates opportunities for service learning
Adopts teaching approaches to meet varying student learning styles
Integrates conceptual material with practical application
Demonstrates student performance achievement of student learning outcomes
Receiving honors, awards, licenses or certificates
Holding leadership positions in professional organizations
Presentations at national, regional and local conferences
Attendance at conferences, workshops, professional meetings and seminars
Completion of advanced college or university coursework;
Conducting workforce training related to discipline
Participating in Faculty Intercampus Program Exchange or other faculty campus exchanges
Working or volunteering in the field of expertise
Serving on college committees
Assisting in college and departmental efforts
Assisting in the recruitment, retention and graduation of students
Assisting in the advisement of students
Sponsoring student organizations and activities
Mentoring adjunct faculty
Organizing service-learning opportunities for students
(Please note, attendance in Teaching Area meetings and discipline meetings are faculty expectations, not separate service activities)
Service to the Community includes activities that demonstrate active involvement and participation in community organizations. Service learning activities may be included in this category.
Required: Master's Degree in one of the Disciplines taught in the Humanities and Social Sciences grouping (ANT, ASL, ESL, FRE, GEO, HIS, PHI, POS, PSY, SOC, SPA)
A minimum of 4 years of teaching within the area of supervision required. Preference given to full-time faculty member currently teaching in one of the areas of supervision within the Humanities and Social Sciences grouping.
Evidence of organizational, interpersonal, leadership, multitasking and technology skills.
Strong writing and editing skills.
Willingness to learn course content and teaching requirements for all courses in area of supervision.
Flexibility in dealing with issues and people
Understanding the wide range of community college student needs
The ability to work effectively with an instructional team.
Must be able to demonstrate sensitivity to people with diverse cultural and racial backgrounds.
This is an internal only search for applicants currently employed by Genesee Community College.
Genesee Community College is a student-centered collegiate community that annually serves more than 6,000 students with 70 academic degrees and certificates, and seven campus locations in Western New York. Genesee Community College is a committed to providing the educational experiences which promote intellectual and social growth, workforce and economic development and global citizenship. Additional information about GCC is available at www.genesee.edu.