To apply go to: jobs.bartonccc.edu Persons with hearing or speech impairment please use the Kansas Relay Service at 1-800-766-3777 or dial 711. Application Special Instructions
In addition to the General Job Application form, the screening committee requires that the following documentation be uploaded:
• Cover Letter (Letter of Interest)
• Copy of College Transcript(s)-submit for all degrees awarded. Note – official transcript(s) needed upon hire.
If you have specific questions regarding this position, please call Janet Balk 785-784-6606 ex. 762.
Location: Fort Riley Campus, Fort Riley, KS 664420463
Department: Military Academic Services
Job Status: Part-Time
Job Description –
Adjunct faculty members are involved in the development and teaching of new and/or current curricula across the institution at multiple sites. Members teach within an assigned discipline; assignments may include traditional and/or alternative delivery methods and day, evening and/or weekend classes. Adjunct faculty is a temporary employee who may or may not be continuously employed depending on instructional need.
Job Responsibilities –
25% – Plan, prepare and maintain coursework and instructional resources; integrate instructional technology and alternative delivery systems as applicable to the teaching discipline.
49% – Deliver quality instruction which prepares students for further education and/or the workplace; manage the teaching environment to serve all learners.
10% – Maintain records of student achievement per college requirements.
5% – Participate in institutional effectiveness initiatives including assessment and evaluation.
5% – Assist with student recruitment, advisement and retention as requested.
6% – Performs other duties as needed or assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities –
Experience – Successful community college/university teaching preferred. As pertinent to career technical teaching assignments, successful industry experience and/or industry certifications.
Academic qualifications vary according to instructional discipline.
Faculty teaching associate degree courses designed for transfer to a baccalaureate degree, and faculty teaching in professional, occupational or technical areas other than physical activity courses that are components of associate degree programs designed for college transfer should possess a master’s degree with major in the teaching discipline; or master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in the teaching discipline; or faculty in programs that are accredited or approved by outside agencies shall have teaching credentials that meet the standards specified by that agency.
Faculty teaching in professional, occupational or technical areas that are components of associate degree programs not usually resulting in college transfer should possess a baccalaureate degree; or appropriate industry certifications specific to the career technical discipline; or faculty in programs that are accredited or approved by outside agencies shall have teaching credentials that meet the standards specified by that agency.
Faculty teaching courses of specialized credit or non-credit courses (including physical education activity classes) should possess a minimum of some college OR specialized training or industry certification, with an emphasis on competence gained through work experience.
Faculty teaching adult basic education courses below the collegiate level should possess a baccalaureate degree and attributes or experiences which help them relate to the particular needs of the adults they teach.
Adjunct faculty credentials are evaluated to ensure compliance with the Higher Learning Commissions Guidelines for Determining Qualified Faculty and detailed in the Faculty Qualifying Credentials document.
All adjuncts must meet these criteria and are paid at the rate of $600 per credit hour rate. Adjuncts teaching fully online classes receive an additional $150 per credit hour pay for the additional work/responsibilities required of quality online learning.
Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree with a major in the teaching discipline or Master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in the teaching discipline. Qualified instructor will be expected to teach six week sessions during the day and/or eight week accelerated sessions at night using various LMS systems.