Adjunct Faculty, Human Services, Addictions Counseling, Disability Support & Services

Job Closed: 
Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Function of Position
Adjunct faculty prepare and teach courses in the department, develop new educational materials, and assist with the assessment of student learning, as appropriate. Classes may be assigned at the Brighton and/or Downtown Campus (or other sites, as needed) as well as online or hybrid. Adjunct faculty report to the chairperson of the Education & Human Services Department. The successful candidate will bring a passion for teaching and a desire to support and mentor MCC students as they pursue educational and career goals.

Examples of Duties and Responsibilities
•Demonstrates and maintains current subject knowledge
•Teaches courses and evaluates student performance in Addictions Counseling, Human Services, and Disability Support and Services as per guidelines set by the department and Monroe Community College
•Teaches course(s)/section(s) each term, as outlined by the contract and as available
•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
•Maintains student attendance records, grades, and other records according to department and College guidelines and submits them in a timely manner
•Assists department with student retention and completion initiatives including early alert
•Develops innovative teaching pedagogy to facilitate learning
•Incorporates high impact teaching practices into course design, as appropriate
•Actively engages in pedagogical and academic discipline professional development
•Demonstrates excellent time management skills, and the ability to prioritize workflow and multi-task
•Performs other duties and responsibilities assigned by the department chair, as appropriate

MCC Expectations
•Responsible for adhering to the College Code of Conduct
•Responsible for contributing to and maintaining an inclusive and collaborative College environment
•Responsible for maintaining technological competencies utilized by the College
•Commitment to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college
•Commitment to professional growth

Required Qualifications
•Earned master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, Mental Health Counseling, Counselor Education, or a related field from a regionally accredited higher education institution
•Ability to teach courses within the department
•Three years of experience working in the field with clients is required
•Evidence of effective communication (interpersonal, speaking, and writing) skills
•Commitment to supporting an inclusive environment on campus
•Evidence of respect for and understanding of people with diverse backgrounds, abilities, and needs
•Evidence of commitment to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college
•Evidence of proficiency with technology
•Experience and/or interest in developing and teaching online courses
•Commitment to continued professional growth

Preferred Qualifications
•Teaching experience or guidance of other professionals
•Five years of experience working in the field with clients
•Knowledge of, or experience in, implementing a variety of teaching strategies
•Awareness of the potential value of technology as a tool for teaching
•Experience with computerized student record management

Additional Information
Please submit a document that indicates in which of the areas listed above you are qualified to teach

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