State Fair Community College will be an exceptional student-centered college that empowers individuals to grow, thrive and prosper within a changing world.
State Fair Community College provides relevant and innovative learning experiences that successfully prepare students for college transfer, career development and lifelong learning. SFCC is committed to being accessible and affordable; values collaborative partnerships; and strengthens and enriches the intellectual, economic and cultural vitality of the communities it serves.
Position Summary: Provide research based instruction to assist student demonstration of success
Essential Functions and Duties: Obtain and maintain MO DESE AEL teacher certification. Obtain a minimum of 20 professional development hours each year. Complete a two-year mentoring program. Attend all local and state required workshops/training. Provide evidence-based instruction that includes, but limited to, individual, group, on-line, and peer tutoring. Provide student academic counseling. Assist students with goal setting. Collaborate with state and local entities to achieve student success. Recruit students and volunteers. Establish local community partnerships to assist with student support. Submit accurate monthly reports in a timely manner. May be required to serve on local/state Board/Committee.
Experience—teaching experience preferred
Education—Bachelor Degree from accredited four-year institution
Needed Skills—excellent communication skills, good computer/technology skills, organized, multi-tasker, accepting of diversity, ability to maintain student private records, and a life-long learner. Must be able to obtain FBI Fingerprint/Background clearance, LACES, TABE, TABE Class E, and other required certification.
Physical Requirements: Work involves sedentary to light work in office setting and able to lift up to 30 pounds. Employee accommodations for disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Standard Work Schedule: Minimum of 9 hours per week maximum of 17 hours per week, Monday through Friday. May include evening hours. Workshop/training may include weekends.
Travel Requirements: Workshop/training may require travel, which may include overnight travel.
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!