UAF Community & Technical College Adjunct - Welding
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Classification:Temporary Faculty - Credit
Grade:Adjuct Faculty Credit 1
Work type: Adjunct Faculty
Administrative Unit:University of Alaska Fairbanks
School/Business unit:Community and Technical College
Categories: Education/Instructional, Facilities/Skilled Trades, Other
The University of Alaska Fairbanks, Community and Technical College is looking for part time adjunct instructors for our Welding program. Adjunct faculty / part-time instructors may develop course outlines, syllabi, teaching materials, and tests as needed, and will teach and advise students to prepare graduates to work in occupations that keep our communities running and safe. Their instruction is instrumental in training Alaskans for Alaska jobs. Staff and faculty have forged close ties with businesses and local agencies, enhancing instruction, increasing job placements and working together to help make Alaska a better place to live, work, learn and recreate.
100 - The incumbent will be responsible for teaching one or more undergraduate courses in a manner consistent with UAF Faculty Senate guidelines and the specific course catalog description. - Adjunct faculty are expected to participate annually in scheduled mandatory initial organization or orientation meetings and are required to complete UAF mandatory trainings within the specified period of time.
- Duties include instructing, advising, and assessing/grading students in the identified subject matter in alignment with UAF policies and procedures and direction from faculty program coordinators.
- Duties include developing a course outline, syllabus, teaching materials, and tests or other assessment methods consistent with UAF policies and procedures. Essential
The person(s) selected for this position should have Journeyman level or equivalent experience in welding as well as practical and theoretical knowledge of welding processes. This is a hands-on learning environment. The ability to teach a variety of students, be adaptable to varying needs of students, and follow schedules and procedures while exhibiting a professional attitude are a must. Strong multi-tasking abilities are preferred. We are looking for welding instructors to teach any of the standard welding techniques - stick, gas, MIG, TIG and fabrication.
Adjunct positions are on a semester-by-semester contract basis. Classes are held mostly during the evenings from 4-9 pm, with some Saturday classes also available. Contact Megan Huerd at 907-455-2932 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on UAF CTC's Welding program and this exciting teaching opportunity.
UAF CTC employs a diverse population of approximately 40 full-time faculty and 300 adjunct faculty who are represented by two unions and a staff of about 40. Approximately 3300 students attend UAF CTC. They are culturally diverse and include many non-traditional students and students from the military community.
Please attach a cover letter indicating why you are interested in teaching at UAF CTC and the courses you feel qualified to teach, along with a current professional resume, and the name, address, email and phone number for three professional references.
SUCCESSFUL SUBMISSION OF AN APPLICATION DOES NOT GUARANTEE A JOB OFFER NOR REVIEW OF APPLICATION MATERIAL.
The successful applicant is required to complete a background check. Any offer of employment is contingent on the background check.
This is an at-will, union represented adjunct position, and may be cancelled based upon the needs of the university.
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Advertised: Alaskan Standard Time 15 Nov 2017
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