ABOUT COLORADO NORTHWESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) fosters educational excellence and student success, prepares students for local and global citizenship, anticipates and responds to the needs of surrounding communities, and contributes to evolving regional economic development. CNCC is a small, rural community college located in Northwest Colorado with campuses located in Rangely, CO and Craig, CO. Please visit the CNCC website at www.cncc.edu for application submission details. Review of applications will begin immediately.
Instruct 30 credits annually within Biology and at least one of the following disciplines: Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, etc. Full-time faculty members are first and foremost teachers and play a key role within the classroom by inspiring academic excellence in students with a broad range of interests and experiences. Faculty create a rewarding learning experience for students by engaging them, challenging them, and supporting them. Faculty provide the resources for a quality learning experience for students by ensuring coherence in the discipline, rigor in the content, and relevance and currency to the practice. Full-time faculty contribute to a range of activities that support student learning outcomes, program quality, and discipline integrity, all of which focus on student learning and retention. Faculty work with other departments including instructional technology, student services, library, marketing and others. Unless otherwise specified, faculty are placed on a nine month contract for the academic year.
Plans, designs, and provides 30 credits per annum, or equivalent as mandated by a governing body, of theoretical, clinical or laboratory instructional excellence which reflect an understanding of the program's philosophy, objectives and curriculum.
Evaluates student achievement of curricular objectives and outcomes related to medical assistant knowledge and practice.
Creates a safe space for interaction and students' participation in class and discuss different opinions on a given topic.
Participates in advising and guidance of the students.
Holds office hours for, the purpose of, meeting with students to provide individual instruction.
Assists in curriculum design, implementation, and evaluation.
Assists in the development, evaluation, and revision of student admission, progression, retention and graduation policies within the policies of the institution.
Contributes to program, departments, campus and college activities and initiatives including participating in program and department faculty meetings and serving on committees and participating in college functions.
Participates in graduation, honors, pinning, and graduation ceremonies.
Participates in recruiting and interview activities.
Develops and maintains education agreements.
Assists with program review.
Assists with developing course schedules each term.
Assists with scheduling and conducting advisory and other required conference meetings.
Adheres to CNCC, CCCS, State, and Federal policies relating to the job.
Performs other duties as assigned.
This job requires any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, abilities, education, and/or experience as indicated below:
1. Education and Training:
Minimum or Required:
Masters degree (MA or MS) within one required discipline, and 18 or more graduate hours applicable to at least one other required discipline
Three years of experience
Post-secondary teaching experience.
Doctorate within one required discipline, and 18 or more graduate hours applicable to at least one other required discipline
2. Equipment Skills:
3. Other Qualifications:
Desire-2-Learn learning management system
All interested and qualified applicants are asked to submit a cover letter, resume and three letters of recommendation, along with a completed Colorado Northwestern Community College application for exempt employment to the Department of Human Resources.
Colorado Northwestern Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Colorado Northwestern Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all students, employees and other designated groups.