Required to take instructor online training the semester prior to teaching
The person in this position will be responsible for duties related to teaching as an adjunct faculty member. This may include developing and instruction of the online class.
Prepare and deliver academic instruction, including developing syllabi, developing content and administering assessments
Demonstrate knowledge of course content
Assist in assessment process by using approved assessment tools and submitting data.
Give timely feedback to students on assignments, quizzes, exams, projects.
Clearly communicate coursework expectations to students.
Be available via email and phone throughout the week to answer student questions regarding online content
Assist students with accessing appropriate college resources when needed.
Attend Professional Development In-service events.
The preceding duties have been provided as examples of the essential types of work performed by positions within this job classification. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed.
A Registered Nurse (RN) licensed in Missouri. The licensee shall not be subject to current disciplinary action; and
A minimum of two (2) years of nursing experience and at least one (1) year experience in provision of LTC facility services within the last five (5) years
DHSS credential as instructor/examiner
Have a working knowledge of computers as a medium to manage and improve instruction. Ability to interact with a broad range of people both on and off campus in a positive manner. Show evidence of excellent oral and written communication skills. Possess an understanding of the range of needs community college students represent. Possess a commitment to the philosophy and mission of the community college. Willingness to improve instruction through professional development including pedagogy and technology. Preference given to those with previous community college experience and those whom are in state residents.
Internal Number: 2641284
About State Fair Community College
In fall 1968, SFCC opened its doors to 436 students in an interim facility just west of the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Since then, thousands have joined the SFCC family as students, faculty, staff, partners, and community supporters to create a legacy of student centeredness and excellence.Today more than 5,000 students throughout our 14-county service area enroll in classes each year, taking advantage of our small classes, superb educators, beautiful campus, and some of the lowest tuition and fees in the state. Join us today!