Faculty – Engineering – Electrical
An incumbent is responsible for developing and improving curricula, instructing assigned courses
consistent with syllabi, evaluating student learning, and fostering student success.
Nature & Scope
incumbent in this class typically reports to the Dean of Instruction through an Instructional Director, Department Chairperson or Program
Coordinator. An incumbent is expected to plan, organize, and instruct in a manner to promote and direct successful student learning in
keeping with the College’s values and goals.
An incumbent may perform any
combination of the below listed accountabilities as determined by the supervisor:
- Plans, organizes, and instructs courses as
assigned by the Department Chairperson/supervisor, utilizing effective and engaging instructional strategies, the learning management system
(LMS), appropriate communication, classroom management, leadership skills, and instructional/educational technology to promote student
success. Normal teaching contact hours per week are 18, unless otherwise modified by the Department Chairperson/Dean.
best practices in instruction and classroom management that respond to students’ diverse academic needs.
- Uses instructional
technology including multimedia to meet students’ learning needs and achieve the objectives of the academic program/College.
- Assists or leads in planning and/or developing new curriculum and courses, as assigned by the Department Chairperson/Dean. Evaluates and
revises existing curriculum and courses as part of the annual course evaluation process and/or as assigned. Contributes to program
- Participates in the planning and implementation of Student Learning Outcomes Assessment (SLOA).
- Serves as an
advisor for students, utilizing effective advisement strategies, the Student Educational Plan and other advisement tools to promote student
retention and progression.
- Assists students toward the successful completion of course(s) which the instructor is teaching by
providing outreach, guidance, feedback, supplemental instruction, tutoring, and other approved forms of academic support.
oneself accessible and available to assist students. Provides a minimum of six (6) posted office hours per week to students.
- Maintains adequate and timely student records (e.g. grades are posted in the LMS in a timely fashion). Evaluates and reports
students’ progress and attendance in a timely manner.
- Works as a team member with other faculty and staff to facilitate
College and academic program operations and achieve goals and objectives. Provides guidance to new and adjunct faculty as assigned.
- Assists in attaining and maintaining program accreditation.
- Completes the New Faculty Development Program (NFDP) during the
one-year probationary period to ensure understanding of the College’s mission and preparation to instruct students with various
learning styles and academic needs. Completes the Instructional Design Technology Certificate or can demonstrate mastery of its
- Continues professional development/growth and a commitment to continuous improvement as an instructor. Remains
current within his/her academic field/discipline.
- Participates in departmental/campus/College meetings and serves on campus or
collegewide committees. Participates in advisory committee meetings and other college and student-related activities. Advises student clubs
and organizations as assigned.
- Participates in developing and implementing college policies, objectives, and/or functions in
accordance with the philosophy of the College. Areas include, but are not limited to: departmental program planning, marketing, budget
development, and public relations.
- Assists in providing support for operations/events/processes to enhance recruitment,
enrollment/registration, advisement, transfer, and graduate employment, as assigned.
- Participates in day, evening, and weekend
program staffing, as requested.
- Performs other related duties as required.
Knowledge, Skills, &
- Knowledge of effective and engaging instructional techniques and methods.
- Knowledge of relevant subject
matter in the incumbent’s discipline/department.
- Knowledge of computers and electronic instructional methodology.
- Knowledge and understanding of competency-based learning.
- Ability to develop and use teaching strategies that will promote
successful learning by addressing different learning styles and strategies.
- Ability to use assessment to enhance learning.
- Ability to understand, evaluate, and appropriately use of instructional technology.
- Ability to form an inclusive environment
that respects diverse talents and ways of learning.
- Ability to understand and maintain a commitment to Equal Access/Equal
- Ability to work effectively in a diverse community and meet the needs of diverse student populations.
to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Ability to relate to and communicate effectively with a diverse population
in a multicultural environment.
- Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
(Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or a related field is preferred).
- Four (4) years of
Delaware Technical Community College
The conduct was in connection with a college or college-recognized program, activity or event;
The conduct is alleged to have created a hostile environment for a member of the college community;
The conduct disrupts the normal operations and processes of the college and is offensive to the college’s mission;
The continued presence of the individual accused of violating this policy poses a moderate or higher threat to any member of the college community; or
The nature of the alleged conduct adversely affects the reputation, mission, image or public perception of the college
This policy applies to recruitment, employment and subsequent placement, training, promotion, compensation, continuation, probation, discharge and other terms and conditions of employment over which the College has jurisdiction as well as to all educational programs and activities.
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