Monroe Community College Faculty, Full Time Tenure Track, Electrical Engineering Technology in Rochester, New York
Location: Rochester, NY Category: Faculty Posted On: Tue Jan 24 2023 Job Description:
Function of Position:
Tenure-track faculty teach classes, develop new educational materials, assist with curriculum review and assessment, perform professional duties, and participate in departmental and institutional functions, including department meetings and committee work. Tenure-track faculty report to the chairperson of the Engineering Technologies Department. Academic departments are led by a peer who serves as a department chair for a three-year term. All tenure-track faculty are in the pool from which the chair is appointed. Faculty are responsible for preparing and teaching courses in the department and will be assigned to the Brighton Campus. Tenure-track faculty may be expected to teach at another campus, extension site, or in an online, remote, and/or hybrid modality. The successful candidate will bring expertise in Electrical Engineering Technology to MCC.
Examples of Duties & Responsibilities:
Prepares and provides students with appropriate learning materials and expertise in assigned subjects (e.g., Electrical Circuit Analysis, Digital Electronics, Linear Circuits and Systems, Pulse and Digital Circuits, Digital Systems and Microprocessors, Industrial Electronics and Control including Programmable Logic Controllers, Communications Systems)
Demonstrates and maintains current subject area knowledge
Capable of developing and teaching online Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) content
Participates in the ABET accreditation process at a program and course level
Encourages students' participation in class activities
Teaches courses and evaluates student performance as per guidelines set by the department and Monroe Community College
Teaches multiple courses/sections each term, as outlined by the contract
Prepares lesson plans and creates instructional materials and activities for student engagement
Prepares Course Information Sheet/Syllabus/Outlines in accordance with department and College guidelines
Establishes and maintains an engaging and supportive classroom environment
Provides students with assistance and guidance regarding the educational program and appropriate conduct, including compliance with the College Code of Conduct
Adheres to all College and department policies
Maintains student attendance records, grades, and other records according to department and College guidelines and submits them in a timely manner
Communicates regularly with students; responds to requests for help outside of classroom hours
Maintains office hours according to contractual guidelines in order to support student learning
Advises students concerning academic, career and related issues according to contractual guidelines
Assists department with student recruitment, enrollment, and placement
Assists department with student retention and completion initiatives
Assists with development, review, and revision of department curriculum, including assessment of student learning and program review
Develops innovative teaching pedagogies to facilitate learning
Incorporates high-impact teaching practices into course design
Attends department meetings as a contributing member
Contributes to the College through Division, department, and College committees
Actively engages in pedagogical and academic discipline professional development
Assists department in faculty recruitment and peer evaluation
Assists in the development of grant proposals and implementation of grant projects
Works independently and in a team setting, demonstrating excellent time management skills to prioritize workflow and multi-task
Performs other duties and responsibilities assigned by the department chair and may be assigned courses at any MCC campus or extension site location
Adheres to the College Code of Conduct.
Contributes to, supports, and maintains an equitable, inclusive, and collaborative College environment.
Maintains technological competencies utilized by the College.
Commits to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college.
Commits to professional growth. which includes seeking ongoing training in diversity, equity and inclusion to better serve students.
Earned bachelor's degree or higher in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology (or closely related field) from a regionally-accredited higher education institution
Five years of full-time industry experience in work related to the discipline-specific coursework required for completion of the Electrical Engineering Technology A.A.S. degree
Ability to teach courses in the Electrical Engineering Technology program and electrical courses in the Applied Integrated Technology program
Commitment to supporting an inclusive campus environment
Evidence of respect for and understanding of people with diverse backgrounds, abilities, and needs
Knowledge of, or experience in, implementing a variety of teaching strategies (industry trainings are acceptable)
Ability to think outside of the box to problem solve
Willingness to serve students through academic advising and mentoring
Willingness to serve the department and the division through committees and other activities
Evidence of commitment to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college
Evidence of proficiency with technology
Classroom and administrative technology proficiency; MS Office tools
Commitment to continued professional growth
Evidence of effective communication (interpersonal, speaking, and writing) skills
Experience and/or interest in developing and teaching online courses
Earned master's degree in a related field from a regionally-accredited higher education institution
ABET accreditation experience
College-level teaching experience; community college experience preferred
Experience with Blackboard or Brightspace
Experience and/or interest in teaching online courses
Awareness of the potential value of technology as a tool for teaching
Experience with computerized student record management
Bilingual and able to read, write, and speak Spanish or other languages, proficiently
MCC is currently testing a Pilot Telecommuting Program that runs from October 25th, 2021 to June 30th, 2023. Under the pilot program, this position may be eligible for remote work up to 5 days per pay period pending departmental need and leadership approval. The pilot program may be extended or terminated at any time at the College's discretion.
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