General Operations: Teach Accounting courses as determined by the terms of the employment contract, the director's semester staffing plans, program-specific needs, the general needs of the college, and the current teaching load guidelines; Provide quality instruction at all times, teaching classes for the entire class period, and properly covering course materials and competencies as specified in course outlines. Additional duties include: Preparing objectives, assignments, grading standards, attendance policies and course syllabi to be distributed at first class meeting. Providing supervisor with syllabi, objectives and course outlines for each class. Being well prepared for each class. Keeping accurate attendance and grade records. Turning in reports, final grades, and other forms on time. Using various and innovative teaching techniques where applicable. Returning homework assignments and exams on a timely basis. Revising course content and objectives as required. Making suggestions to supervisor regarding textbooks, software, instructional materials, supplies and/or equipment needs. Maintain professional awareness and currency of important Accounting issues, incorporating them into instruction in a manner consistent with course outlines and the plan of study. Use various instructional, computer, and distance learning technologies (e.g., Sakai) to provide contemporary presentation of course material where appropriate. Teach assigned courses with special attention to the college’s mission, its commitment to the open door philosophy, and student success.
Program Responsibilities Assist the director in planning, implementing, coordinating, and evaluating the program’s institutional effectiveness objectives, as requested. Implement and enforce, when appropriate, college academic policies and procedures together with administrative rules and regulations and other controls intended to maintain order and the highest standards of instruction. Work productively as a team with colleagues. Maintain and process all office records, grade and enrollment reports, forms, schedules, and other paperwork in a timely and efficient manner, checking for the correctness and accuracy of all data.
Instructional Management and Supervision: Utilize effective instructional technology to deliver curricular content in non-traditional formats and to supplement the delivery of content through traditional means; Other Duties: Maintain effective, collaborative, and productive relations at all times with all other departmental programs, the division, and the college. Maintain effective and productive relations with related businesses and organizations for the purpose of keeping program courses current. Attend department, division, and college meetings, as requested. Represent the program, the department, the division or the college in institutional assignments, professional activities, and uphold such involvement among program members;
In general, the work of the instructor includes performing general office duties, requiring the ability to sit and /or stand for long periods of time. Work outside of the office setting is expected and visits to other campus locations could be required.
Master's degree in Accounting or at least eighteen graduate hours in Accounting and a Bachelor's degree