The Community and Technical College (CTC), one of eight UAA schools and colleges, is a major center for development and delivery of professional, career and technical, community, and continuing education programs.
The Transportation & Power Division of UAA's Community and Technical College provides education and preparation for students entering the fields of Automotive Technology, Heavy-Duty Diesel Power Technology, Welding Technology, and Non-Destructive Testing Technology. Courses are offered at the certificate and associate degree levels.
The CTC Transportation & Power Division is recruiting qualified applicants for a Term Assistant Professor of Automotive and Diesel Technology. This position is responsible for teaching courses in the Automotive and Diesel Technology program. The person hired for this position will be responsible for coordination and delivery of coursework and scheduling in support of industry partners; facilitating professional development courses; recruiting, selecting, and advising students in the Automotive and Diesel Technology program; identifying and meeting the educational needs of the students; student placement and follow-up with practicum sites; development, revision, assessment of competency-based curriculum; and participation in department and related professional activities.
This program supports the University of Alaska bipartite mission of performing teaching and public service. The teaching assignment may include travel to off-campus sites.
Teaching assignments are determined by college needs and the individual's background and experience.
Travel to acquire training may be necessary.
Anticipated start date of January 3, 2021.
The University of Alaska Anchorage is recruiting for a non-tenure track, term faculty position to work with the Automotive and Diesel Technology program with an anticipated start date of January 3, 2021.
The program is housed within the Transportation & Power Division of UAA's Community and Technical College. Students in the program are preparing for career opportunities in Automotive and Diesel Technology occupations. Courses are offered at the certificate and associate degree levels.
Knowledge and application of industry-accepted safety standards.
Candidates must demonstrate strong teamwork and leadership skills while working in cooperative or collaborative educational settings.
Effective interpersonal, organizational, written, and oral communication skills.
Previous levels of responsibility requiring enthusiasm, flexibility, and ability to work effectively with people.
Ability to adapt to a variety of teaching situations.
Ability to lead and work with a diversified workforce in a multicultural setting with documented evidence of his/her ability to work effectively within the scope of the Community and Technical College mission.
Commitment to student success and teaching excellence.
Evidence of professional scholarly activities, including involvement in professional organizations, grant writing, and/or publications.
Demonstrated ability and willingness to maintain current knowledge and certifications applicable to program requirements.
Evidence of computer literacy and proficiency with automotive service software.
Familiarity with institutional and/or discipline-based accreditation and appropriate industry standards.
Ability to develop and maintain successful partnerships with commercial, private, or public agencies and organizations, including advisory boards.
Documented evidence of successful use of instructional technologies and/or distance delivery technologies or compelling evidence supporting the capacity to do so.
It is anticipated that the person hired for this position will be the primary faculty member assigned to work with both of the UAA Automotive and Diesel Technology programs.
Minimum five (5) years professional experience at the journey-level in the Automotive and Diesel Technology field is required. Dealership experience is preferred.
Demonstrated ability to instruct students in theory and application of Automotive and Diesel Technology student learning outcomes.
Experience in curriculum development, accreditation, and assessment is preferred.
Applicants must be legally authorized to accept unrestricted employment in the United States.
Typical Education or Training:
An Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology or a closely related field is required within 3 (three) years of hire; a bachelor's degree is preferred. Qualifying earned degrees must be conferred by institutions of higher education that are accredited by one of the six US regional accrediting associations.
A Master level certification A1-A8 and L1 and G1 through the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) or Master Diesel Certification T2-T8, L2 and G1 is required within 6 months of hire; maintenance of ASE certifications required to meet and maintain ASE Education Foundation accreditation is a condition of employment.
The successful candidate must document a desire to maintain up-to-date technical expertise. A minimum of 20 hours of technical professional development related to the automotive and diesel industry within the past 12 months is required.
The successful candidate is required to supply official transcripts documenting academic credentials required for the position as a condition of employment.
To ensure consideration, please apply prior to the October 2, 2020 review date. Please include Cover Letter, CV or Resume, and three professional references.
This position is represented by United Academics (UNAC).
Term Position: This position is term-funded and is reviewed annually for contract renewal at the University's discretion.
Reasonable Accommodation Statement:
The University of Alaska (UA) is responsible for providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities throughout the applicant screening process. If you need assistance in completing this application or during any phase of the interview process, please contact UA Human Resources by phone at 907-450-8200.
Affirmative Action Statement:
UA is an AA/EO employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual: www.alaska.edu/nondiscrimination
The successful applicant is required to complete a background check. Any offer of employment is contingent on the background check.
Public Disclosure Statement:
Your application for employment with the University of Alaska is subject to public disclosure under the Alaska Public Records Act.
University of Alaska is a Drug-Free Workplace.
University of Alaska campuses are Tobacco-Free.
It is the policy of the University of Alaska (UA) that all employees are required to complete training to meet the requirements of the positions they hold, and to complete the required training within a specified period to remain employed at the UA.
If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact University of Alaska HR at 907-450-8200