To advance the college's mission, vision, principles, values and strategic initiatives through continuous improvement decisions.
$1232 per credit hour of instruction.
GENERAL JOB SUMMARY:
Kirkwood Community College Washington County Regional Center (Washington, IA) seeks skilled enthusiastic individuals to join our faculty to teach concurrent credit courses in the Transportation Career Academy for the 2021-2022 academic year. Two teaching positions are available; Automotive Technology adjunct and Automotive Collision & Repair adjunct. Successful candidates will have strong knowledge base in their discipline and teaching experience at the community college level is desirable, but not required. Primary duties will include teaching assigned class (es) and communicating with Regional Center/department staff, students and faculty.
Must be available to teach daytime classes.
Automotive Technology Academy will meet Monday - Friday 8 am - 10:30 am
Automotive Technology Academy courses include: Introduction to Automotive Technology, Maintenance & Light Repair, Industrial Math, Automotive Suspension & Steering, Automotive Brake Systems and Automotive Heating & Air Conditioning.
Automotive Collision & Repair Academy will meet Monday - Friday 12:05-2 pm
Automotive Collision & Repair Academy Courses include: Introduction to Metalworking & Refinishing I, Industrial Math, Auto Electricity and Introduction to Metalworking & Refinishing II.
UNIVERSAL CORE COMPETENCIES:
Advocate for Continual Improvement, empowering each other to identify opportunities for excellence.
Collaborate with Mutual Accountability, working together with a willingness to take ownership and account for our actions.
Champion Service, anticipating needs and create a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive environment.
Perseverance, commitment to excellence even in the face of adversity or delay in achieving success.
Lead, regardless of title, through positive influence.
Deliver practical hands-on instruction in discipline.
Effectively organize, prepare learning activities for assigned courses in accordance with established syllabi.
Evaluate and record student performance/achievement on a regular basis and provide regular student feedback.
Request and maintain instructional equipment and supplies for classroom and laboratory use.
Communicate with department staff, students, and faculty on a regular basis.
Assist with student recruitment and orientation activities.
Exhibit strong mechanical skills and the ability to effectively manage groups of students working on individual hands-on assignments
Abide by and enforce safety rules when in a lab setting.
Welcome, value, and nurture people of all backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences, as well as support and promote an environment that accepts differences.
The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential job duties/responsibilities and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.
Position involves occasional (10-33%) sitting and constant (67-100%) standing in a classroom/laboratory setting. Constant (67-100%) reaching, walking, lifting, dexterity, grasping, talking, hearing, repetitive motions, and viewing various types of visual work, and perceiving attributes of objects such as size, shape, temperature or texture. Frequent (34-66%) stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, carrying, and visualizing three-dimensions from a two-dimensional medium. Exerting up to 50-100 pounds occasionally.
Special training and at least 6,000 hours of recent and relevant work experience in the occupational area or related occupational area in which the instructor teaches classes if the instructor possesses less than a baccalaureate degree.
Baccalaureate or graduate degree in the area or related area of study or occupational area in which the instructor is teaching classes.
Successful teaching experience preferred.
Basic computer skills required.
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY ADJUNCT LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, OR REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED:
Applicant must be G1 (Maintenance and Light Repair), A4 (Suspension and Steering), A5 (Brakes) and A7 (Heating and Air Conditioning) ASE Certified and work towards becoming ASE Master Certified. Applicant must obtain factory credentials in Chrysler, Honda and Subaru during first year of teaching.
Certification in 609 Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling, or able to obtain this certification.
Must have a valid driver's license.
AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION & REPAIR ADJUNCT LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, OR REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED:
Must be I-CAR Pro Level I Non-Structural and Pro Level 1 Refinish Technician certified, or able to obtain certification prior to teaching assignment.
Snap-on NC3, 525 Multimiter Certification, or able to obtain.
Must have valid driver's license.
Kirkwood Community College shall not engage in nor allow unlawful discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment. This includes all employment practices, hiring practices, and unwelcome harassment of applicants or employees based on race, color, national origin, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, genetic information or actual or potential parental, family, marital status or veteran status. If you have questions or complaints related to compliance with the policy, please contact the Vice President of Human Resources at Kirkwood Community College, 313 Kirkwood Hall, 6301 Kirkwood Blvd., SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404, Telephone: 319-398-5572, Email: equity@Kirkwood.edu or the Director of the Office for Civil Rights U.S. Department of Education, Citigroup Center, 500 W. Madison St., Suite 1475, Chicago, IL 60661-7204, Telephone: 312-730-1560, Fax: 312-730-1576, Email: OCR.Chicago@ed.gov.
At Kirkwood Community College, we are focused on success. Whether you are a prospective student or parent, an employer or simply someone who cares about the growth and vitality of eastern Iowa—you have an energetic, committed partner with us at Kirkwood. Since the mid-1960s our graduates have worked, raised families and prospered in this area. More than 70,000 of these grads have applied their academic degrees to work in a host of fields. Tens of thousands more have enjoyed life-enriching experiences through our Continuing Education programs. As our college has grown, so have the tools and facilities to meet the changing needs of our Creative Corridor. A key part of that growth in service is our network of regional centers. Kirkwood employees have long set the standard for innovative talent, visionary spirit and overall excellence in their work. Being part of Kirkwood means being part of a deep commitment to the success of every student, every day.