||PT Faculty Pool--Psychology
||Dean of Transfer Education/Dean of Workforce Education and Training
|Type of Position:
||Part-time faculty teach classes in nearly every subject area at the College. Classes taught by PTF occur in every quarter--fall, winter, spring, summer-- and may be offered morning, afternoon, evenings, weekends.
||$37.30 hourly or $513 per credit rate
|Type of Benefits:
|Other Benefits (if applicable):
||PT Faculty teaching at least 3 credits per term are eligible for a limited tuition waiver benefit.
PT Faculty earn sick leave.
|Job Summary/Basic Function:
||Under general supervision, works collaboratively to provide instruction in psychology and related subjects for students intending to transfer to baccalaureate institutions (also related community education courses.)
||1. Design and implement instructional activities in psychology and related subjects in classroom and field settings, using sound instructional delivery techniques and at times which meet the needs of students and supporting agencies (e.g., on-line, day, evening, weekends)
2. Works with faculty colleagues to develop, implement, evaluate and periodically review and revise the organizing framework, learning outcomes, and curriculum of the psychology subject area.
3. Evaluate student achievement of identified learning objectives and outcomes, assign grades according to policies
4. Provide for student evaluations of teaching and learning effectiveness.
5. Maintain professional competence and job qualifications.
6. Attend required meetings
|Education and Experience:
||1. Possess a Master's degree in psychology or equivalent
2. Possess a Master's degree in another subject area and 30 graduate quarter credit hours in psychology; OR
3. Possess a minimum of 24 graduate quarter credit hours towards a Master's degree in psychology and demonstrate evidence of progress towards a Master's degree.
|Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
||Knowledge of current issues and trends in the subject area.
Knowledge of instructional methods appropriate to student achievement of outcomes in the subject area courses.
Interpersonal communication skills to successfully relate to staff, students and the public
Excellent oral communication and presentation skills.
Excellent written communication skills.
Skill in computer operations, including word processing applications.
Skill in promoting critical thinking in a variety of educational settings.
Ability to develop valid and reliable student achievement assessments
Demonstrated experience in team approaches to problem solving
Ability to manage time, prioritize tasks, and organize work to complete assigned duties
At a minimum, it is required of every employee to be able to: use a computer terminal to log in to e-mail; read and create e-mail messages; access the intranet system to find and complete forms and read institutional documents; access the internet and the College's web site; use the calendaring function of the College's e-mail system; and utilize department specific data entry and/or work order software to facilitate departmental tasks.
|Special Instructions to Applicants:
||Copies of transcripts are acceptable at the time of application. Successful applicants will be required to provide official transcripts upon initial hire.
VETERAN'S PREFERENCE: In order to establish veteran preference, please upload completed Form DD214 (per OAR 839-006-0445 and OAR 839-006-0450(3)) in Other Documents area. If you wish to be considered for Disabled Veteran's Preference, please upload your DD215.
|TO APPLY, PLEASE SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:
These will change based on the position.
|Required Applicant Documents:
|Optional Applicant Documents:
Applications must be received in the Human resources Office by 5:00 PM on the date indicated.
|Open Until Filled