Employment at TMCC
Position Title: Energy Instructor/Developer
Opening date: Immediately
Closing date: Unitl Filled
Salary: As determined by the TMCC faculty salary scale
Minimum Education and Experience:
A Masters Degree in the Energy or related field. A minimum of three years of teaching experience; adult or post-secondary level preferred. Candidate must possess: teaching experience with diverse student populations; ability to implement contemporary pedagogical philosophies, methods and techniques including multi-media to develop and deliver instruction in classroom and lab settings; ability to develop instructional activities, course syllabi, course outlines and other necessary teaching materials; ability to work collegially with all individuals in the tribal college setting and must be able to pass a drug test and background check.
Summary of Work:
During the first year, the Energy Instructor/Developer will work with the TMCC Title III director and the Academic Dean to develop two year curriculum(s) for energy program(s) of study at TMCC. The years following will be devoted to Instructing all newly developed courses (pilot), evaluating course content and revision.
- To apply effective teaching strategies for teaching community college level courses.
- To conduct and monitor student assessment through pre-test and post-test methods to measure effectiveness of instruction.
- To collaborate with Dean of academics to develop a scope and sequence of instruction for the energy program.
- To teach 15 credits/semester.
- To research in content areas as applicable for energy curriculum(s).
- To advise TMCC student on TMCC classes and degree program of study.
- Develop and follow a five year “Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP)” as prescribed by TMCC’s faculty salary policy manual.
- To accept TMCC committee(s) assignments and other related contract delineated responsibilities as specified in contract.
Areas of Accountability and Performance:
The position is held accountable for developing a curriculum(s) that addresses the state’s need for employment in the expanding energy field. He/she will also be responsible for instruction, and ongoing evaluation for continuous instruction improvement of all courses. He/she will also be accountable for bi-monthly reports to the director and academic dean.
How to apply:
How to apply: Submit a letter of application, curriculum vita/resume and/or web application, a complete copy of current college transcripts with highest degree documented, and three (3) current letters of recommendation. Work experience must be reasonably documented. Applicants claiming Indian Preference/Veterans Preference must provide documentation.
Holly Cahill, Human Resource Director
*Turtle Mountain Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. It is the general policy of the college to give preference to qualified American Indian applicants as allowed by the Indian preference provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended.
Persons who are at least ¼ degree and wish to claim Indian preference must submit a copy of their tribal Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) and Agency enrolled.