Requisition Number: 1305
Classification Title: Adjunct Faculty
Full or Part Time: Part Time
Hours Per Week: Varies per Week
Starting Salary: $28.88 – $42.66 per hour
Funding Type: Institutionally Funded
Job Description Summary
The position will report to the IPOP/MECH Program Coordinator and will be responsible for classroom and lab instruction of students in the Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Program.
Adjunct faculty serve as temporary part-time faculty and are appointed as needed on a semester by semester basis. The primary duty is effective teaching of college-level courses and/or labs in the qualified discipline.
Duties & Responsibilities
- The instructor will work well in a team environment, sharing responsibilities with other members of the department for program and curriculum development, maintaining a record system for student achievement, and delivering/creating customized training for industry.
- As assigned, prepares and effectively teaches courses to diverse groups of students; delivers lectures, assignments and tests; evaluates and records student performance; teaches hands-on skills checks.
- Submits grades by deadline.
- The instructor must be self-motivated and willing to work a flexible schedule.
- Resolves student issues and concerns or consults with and refers to Coordinator.
- Performs related duties.
KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION
- Knowledge of mechanical theory and best practice.
- Knowledge of mechanical components including bearings, fasteners, couplings, tools and other relevant items.
- Knowledge and experience in setting up, troubleshooting, and maintaining hydraulic circuit systems, pneumatic circuit systems and mechanical drive systems, such as belt driven, chain drive equipment, gear drives, and direct coupled machines.
- Knowledge of shaft alignment procedures, precision measurement and safety.
- Knowledge and experience with pumps, both PD and dynamic types to include installation, troubleshooting and maintenance.
- Knowledge of basic rigging procedures.
- Knowledge of training and testing methods.
- Knowledge of college policies and procedures.
- Skill in the operation of computers and job related software programs.
- Skill in decision making and problem solving.
- Skill in interpersonal relations and in dealing with the public.
- Skill in oral and written communication.
- Skill in working effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
The Dean of the School of Energy assigns work in terms of program goals and objectives. The Program Coordinator reviews work through conferences, reports, and observation of program activities.
Guidelines include School of Energy policies and procedures, Technology Advisory Council guidelines, OSHA and other safety standards, and college policies and procedures. These guidelines require judgment, selection, and interpretation in application.
COMPLEXITY/SCOPE OF WORK
- The work consists of varied instructional duties. The strict safety related operational environment contributes to the complexity of the position.
- The purpose of this position is to provide high quality instruction in the Industrial Maintenance Mechanics Program and to promote the growth and development of the School of Energy’s programs through the success of students in classes. Success in the position contributes to the efficient and effective education of students and to the safe operations and overall success of the college.
- Contacts are typically with co-workers, other college personnel, faculty, staff, students, industry representatives, and members of the general public.
- Contacts are typically to give or exchange information, to resolve problems, or to provide services.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT
- Varied climbing, standing, sitting, walking. Must be able to lift 50lbs.
- The work is typically performed in an office, in a classroom, in an industrial laboratory setting, and outdoors, occasionally in cold or inclement weather. The employee is exposed to machinery with moving parts, high voltage lines, steam lines and other equipment. Work requires the use of protective devices such as masks, goggles, gloves, etc.
SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY
- Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with the completion of an associate’s degree or the successful completion of a 4-year apprenticeship in a technical field.
- A minimum of ten (10) years work experience in the Industrial Mechanics field required. Must be able to answer questions and provide relevant examples based upon prior experiences.
- Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of New Mexico for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.
- Must be able to pass a background check.
Preference will be given to candidates with prior teaching experience.
Experience with traditional face-to-face, hybrid and online courses and the ability to use San Juan College’s Learning Management System (Canvas) as well as technology-enhanced curriculum.
Access to home internet, a personal computer, and telephone is required.
Demonstrates skill and willingness to learn and use multiple technology platforms to communicate with students.
San Juan College is committed to building a diverse faculty and staff, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek an individual invested in equity and inclusiveness, who has experience with, knowledge of, and sensitivity to the needs of diverse populations.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Adjunct faculty are hired on a semester basis, depending upon the instructional needs identified for each semester. Such services shall be compensated on a credit hour or contact hour basis, dependent upon the position.
It is the policy of San Juan College that adjunct faculty in this department may teach no more than 16 credit hours per semester, except upon approval by the Vice-President of Learning and the Associate Vice-President of HR and Legal Activities.
Payroll and Benefits:
Adjunct faculty are paid twice a month, on the 15th and last working day of the month, provided that all payroll forms are signed in a timely manner. Adjunct faculty are paid at an hourly rate as applicable.
Adjunct faculty teaching one (1) credit class or more are eligible for the tuition waiver benefit. Tuition may be waived for one class, up to four (4) credit hours per semester, and any one (1) credit HHPC Fitness Conditioning class for each semester they are employed. This tuition waiver benefit may be transferred to a qualified family member for the semester they are employed. If transferring to a qualified family member, proof of family status is required (i.e., marriage certificate, affidavit of domestic partnership or birth certificate) and must be verified by Human Resources.
Additional benefits available to Adjunct faculty teaching one (1) credit class or more:
- Free Professional Development (technology training; teaching and learning seminars; learning symposiums).
- Free Library Services (CD and DVD checkout; book and periodical checkout).
- 403(b) participation.
- Employee Assistance Program
- Available 24 /7 – Provides 3 FREE sessions for services such as short-term counseling and assessments, referrals, prevention/education resources, and crisis intervention
- Voluntary Benefits
- Liberty Mutual
Adjunct faculty teaching three (3) or more credit hours will have Educational Retirement Board (ERB) contributions withheld each pay period. Contribution rates and retirement eligibility are available on the State of New Mexico Educational Retirement Board website http://www.nmerb.org
Adjunct faculty are not medical benefit eligible. State and federal taxes, FICA and social security will be withheld for all adjunct faculty.
Unofficial transcripts may be attached to this application. Official transcripts must be sent to Human Resources upon hire.
The completion of a satisfactory background check is required.
Open Date: 09/18/2020
Close Date: 06/30/2021
Open Until Filled: No
Starting Date: Determined upon class demand
San Juan College is committed to policies of equal employment opportunity.
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