Central Community College

Grand Island, Hastigs, Administrative Office; Kear , NE
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Math and Physics Instructor, Criminal Justice Instructor, Instructional Design Consultant

Central Community College
Grand Island, Hastigs, Administrative Office; Kear, NE Full-time
Posted on September 29, 2019

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Math and Physics Instructor

Will hold a Master's degree or higher in Mathematics, Physics, or Engineering, or Master's degree in a related field with 18 graduate hours in Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, or Master's degree in Math and a minimum of 12 graduate credits in Physics or Engineering and five (5) years of collective relevant work experience equating to 3 graduate credits or 10 years of collective relevant work experience equating to a maximum of 6 credits OR 3-6 graduate credits in a related subfield OR combination thereof, or Master's degree in Physics and a minimum of 12 graduate credits in Math or Engineering and five (5) years of collective relevant work experience equating to 3 graduate credits or 10 years of collective relevant work experience equating to a maximum of 6 credits OR 3-6 graduate credits in a related subfield OR combination thereof, or Master's degree in Engineering and a minimum of 12 graduate credits in Math or Physics and five (5) years of collective relevant work experience equating to 3 graduate credits or 10 years of collective relevant work experience equating to a maximum of 6 credits OR 3-6 graduate credits in a related subfield OR combination thereof.

  • A relatively high level of analytical ability is required for curriculum development and course design aligned with Concepts of Universal Design and Quality Matters, for advising and/or referring students, preparing course plans, and/or other activities.
  • A substantial level of interpersonal skills to provide guidance and referrals for students regarding sensitive issues.
  • Must have knowledge of Instructional Technology and college software to include: Microsoft Word, Instructional Design Program (WIDS), Moodle, Web-Ex, etc.
  • Applicants must have strong interpersonal, oral and written skills.
  • The knowledge and experience in teaching a diverse student population enrolled in academic transfer and career and technical programs.
  • Ability to teach courses over a variety of offering times from morning through evening, and possibly weekends.

General Summary

Instruction of Mathematics and Physics that include: Applied Calculus, Occupational Math, Elementary/Intermediate/College Algebra, Analytic Geometry, Statistics, Trigonometry, Physics, and Pre-Engineering courses. The instructor will collaborate with the Dean, Associate Dean and, as appropriate, the program director in order to assist students in accessing, learning and attaining educational goals; facilitate learning by providing varied learning experiences and teaching in instructional modalities for a diverse student population, as assigned. Furthermore, Instructor will professionally represent the college, its role, and mission, including recruiting. The instructor will meet the education and work experience standards set forth in the job specifications. The instructor will perform duties and responsibilities in accordance with college policies and procedures and accreditation standards. Responsibilities include: curriculum development, assessment of student learning, course revision and redesign, student advising, and utilization of modern teaching strategies and techniques for servicing a diverse student population.

Criminal Justice Instructor

Requires a Master's degree in Criminal Justice, Juris Doctorate (JD) or related discipline with at least two (2) years of Law Enforcement or related criminal justice industry experience. A bachelor's degree or higher in Criminal Justice or related discipline with five (5) years of relevant work experience within the field of criminal justice and working towards a Master's degree or Juris Doctorate will be considered. Ideal candidates will have worked in the Criminal Justice Field and can bring real-life experience in to the classroom setting in both lecture and online/distance learning classes. Prior college teaching experience is desired along with a passion for teaching and energy to bring a student-focused attitude. The candidate should possess strong interpersonal skills, good communication skills, computer skills, ability to work with a diverse student population, an engaging teaching style and a variety of teaching methods. Requires flexibility with classes throughout the week to include days, evenings and on-line throughout a two-semester academic year (Summer semester is available upon student need). Must be able to work independently and be willing to build relationships with community organizations and members alongside their teaching responsibilities.

General Summary

Seeking a Full-Time instructor to teach Criminal Justice courses at our Grand Island, NE Campus. The individual will need to be open to teaching courses on our Hastings Campus and Kearney Center as student demand increases. Currently, the Criminal Justice Program is available on all campuses and centers utilizing technology platforms for exceptional delivery. Courses will be delivered with a focus in Lecture style-Internet Protocol/Satellite courses and will include various methods such as traditional lectures and web-based formats (Online, WebEx, Hybrid, Web-Blended, etc…). Program support activities, reporting assignments, student advising, curriculum design, promotion & recruiting, participation with various adjunct faculty from all campuses/centers and committee participation will be required. Position requires the following core instructional duties; but not limited to:

  • Update assigned program courses, outlines, and curriculum.
  • Prepare materials for assigned courses.
  • Participate in the selection of textbooks for assigned courses.
  • Maintain an awareness of recent research developments and trends in education and the program area and apply this information to assigned courses.
  • Provide instruction in technology appropriate to the job market.
  • Use a variety of methods and materials to deliver assigned courses that may include individualized, lectures, discussions, web-based classes, multimedia materials in the classroom, etc.
  • Use a variety of teaching methods to meet course goals and objectives that may include hands-on, problem-based, project-based, team teaching, professional speakers, tours, etc.
  • Integrate student assessment into student learning activities and curriculum.
  • Complete Assessment of Student learning report, Program Review and Universal Design compliance within the Criminal Justice program

Instructional Design Consultant

Required

Knowledge about curriculum, instruction, administration, and educational programming in order to understand instructional methods, curriculum development, etc. typically acquired through a combination of 3-5 years or more of designing, developing, and implementing curriculum; teaching at a post-secondary or secondary level; and completion of a master's degree in teaching, curriculum and instruction, educational leadership, or related area. Requires substantial interpersonal skills and an ability to develop and maintain positive, confidential, collegial relationships with faculty and administrators. Requires travel among campuses and learning centers to work with faculty.

General Summary

Provides consultation and support services in instructional design, strategies, assessment, technology, and in the implementation and delivery of courses and curriculum. Serves as a curriculum and program design consultant college-wide. Works with faculty at all instructional locations to plan, develop, and implement learning opportunities that help students achieve success. Supports faculty in the implementation of Quality Matters and Universal Design for Learning standards for courses and program materials. Identifies education technology needs and provides multi-modal learning opportunities for faculty. Provides leadership, consultation, and support for faculty development initiatives.

Director of Residence Life

Campus: Hastings

Other

Full-time or Part-time?: Full Time

Department: Student Services/Residence Life

Classification: Contract

Exempt /Non-Exempt Status: Exempt

Grant Funded: No

Degree Required: Bachelor

Degree Preferred: Masters

Experience Required: 2 years

Estimated Hours per Week; 40

Salary

Posting Number: P00831

Position Summary Information

Qualifications Required

  • 2 or more years of experience in Residence Life, preferred: experience supervisor professional and/or student staff
  • A minimum of a bachelor's degree is required, with a Masters degree being of preference

General Summary

The Director of Residence Life plans, organizes, directs, budgets, supervises and evaluates campus student housing operations for approximately 400 beds. Reviews, recommends, implements and modifies residence hall procedures and regulations. Performs duties and responsibilities in accordance with college policies and procedures. Performs other duties as assigned.

The Director resides on-campus during the academic year (apartment provided) with the option for summer housing also available.


Part-time Maintenance/Groundskeeper

Campus: Kearney

Other

Full-time or Part-time?: Part-Time

Department: Facilities

Classification: Hourly

Exempt /Non-Exempt Status: Non-Exempt

Grant Funded: No

Degree Required: High School Diploma / GED

Degree Preferred: Other

Experience Required: 2 years

Estimated Hours per Week: 25

Salary

Posting Number: P00825

Position Summary Information

Qualifications Required

1. Ability to read and follow basic instructions when using chemicals, cleaning supplies, working with power equipment, etc. Ability to use hand and power tools. Ability to follow instructions in completing repairs and preventive maintenance tasks and read and understand reports, memos, and product labels. This is normally acquired by completing high school and less than six months vocational training beyond high school.

2. Requires knowledge of general policies and procedures. Ability to follow instructions, complete complex assignments, have good problem-solving skills, good oral and written communication skills, well organized and able to work independently without close supervision. This level of knowledge is normally acquired during six through twelve months of work-related experience.

3. A moderate level of analytical ability is required; however, the problems are generally of limited complexity. Standard methods, guides, and procedures are generally followed in the resolution of such problems.

4. Basic interpersonal skills needed to interact with staff, students, faculty and visitors who require assistance from staff.

5. Substantial level of physical effort required to move supplies and equipment weighing 21 to 40 pounds 21 – 50% of time. Working at heights and in close tight areas, occasional exposure to electrical shock and moving or rotating equipment, body fluids, odors, and gases. Ability to climb ladders for repairs, painting, etc. Ability to use a variety of hand and power tools 6 to 20% of work time.

General Summary

Will be responsible to perform minor vehicle cleaning and maintenance, groundskeeping, maintenance, and custodial duties. Performs tasks necessary to maintain the campus in a safe, clean and presentable condition in order to provide a comfortable learning and working environment for students and staff. Will perform duties and responsibilities in accordance with college policies and procedures.


Advanced Manufacturing Design Instructor

Campus: Kearney

Other

Full-time or Part-time?: Full Time

Department: Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology

Classification: Faculty

Exempt /Non-Exempt Status: Exempt

Grant Funded: No

Degree Required: Associate

Degree Preferred: Associate

Experience Required: 3-10 years depending on Education

Estimated Hours per Week: 40

Salary

Posting Number: P00811

Position Summary Information

Qualifications Required

Candidates should have an Associates degree in Advanced Manufacturing or a related field with at least five years of collective related work experience in the set up and operation of manufacturing equipment, or a Bachelors of Science degree and three years of collective related work experience in the set up and operation of manufacturing equipment, or ten years of industry experience and willingness to complete an Associates degree in Advanced Manufacturing. Experience with CAD/CAM software is needed, and having a background with both design and build practices in manufacturing would be helpful. Candidates should have strong verbal and written communication skills. Experience teaching/training and assessing student progress would be beneficial. Safety will be at the highest priority while providing a quality education to our students.


General Summary

Instructor position (175-day contract). As a full-time instructor in Advanced Manufacturing Design Technology (AMDT) teaching at the new Kearney Learning Center, the successful candidate can expect to teach a variety of courses in AMDT ranging from safety and blueprint reading to basic manual lathe and mill to CNC courses. Safety is a top priority while delivering top-notch Advanced Manufacturing Design expertise for our students. The courses in the General Manufacturing and CNC Manufacturing certificates are scheduled to be offered in Kearney. The AMDT program in Kearney offers (2) certificates and (1) diploma within the AMDT program. Instructors teach through a variety of delivery methods to a wide range of student backgrounds and interests including high school and non-traditional students. Instructor will need to become dual-certified (college will help). Classes may be offered in a variety of days, evenings (main focus), and possible weekends. Instructors are actively involved in program recruitment, advising, and assessment student process through program outcomes and awards.

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