Veterinary Technology Faculty/Program Director
INSTITUTION: York County Community College, established in 1994, is a regionally accredited comprehensive institution that offers associate degrees, certificate programs, and non-credit courses and training to business and industry.
PURPOSE: To inspire and empower our students and communities to thrive.
VALUES: The following values guide us. They support our purpose and drive our behaviors and decisions.
Innovation: We unleash curiosity to re-imagine
what is possible.
Empowerment: We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to fulfill their potential.
Accountability: We take responsibility for the betterment of our community.
Cooperation: We know we are better when we work together.
MISSION: We are on a mission to re-imagine the educational experience so that it works better for everyone. We are committed to working in partnership with our communities and our students to design the most relevant, flexible, and life-enhancing experience possible.
POSITION SUMMARY: The faculty/program director position is responsible for teaching a variety of undergraduate courses in Veterinary Technology; leadership with the AVMA accreditation process; recruiting, mentoring and evaluating of faculty; curriculum design and assessment; advising students; budgetary and lab oversight; and scheduling. Additional responsibilities include participating in departmental and college committees, aiding in recruitment and retention activities, participating in faculty development, and other duties as required and/or assigned. Schedule may include day or evening classes and online and/or hybrid classes.
- A licensed veterinarian or a credentialed veterinary technician with an earned credential from an AVMA or CVMA accredited program.
- A minimum of three years’ work experience as a veterinarian or a veterinary technician; or a closely related field.
- College level teaching experience that includes a demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence and improving student learning.
- An earned master’s degree from an accredited institution in a related discipline or education for veterinary technicians.
- Recent college level teaching experience at a community college.
- Knowledge of various learning styles, experience using instructional technology in the classroom and experience with online learning management systems.
SALARY AND BENEFITS:
Starting salary including a full benefits package will be in accordance with the Maine Educational Association (MEA) Faculty contract. Benefits include 100% employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employees (spouse/domestic partner/dependent coverage also available), vision insurance, choice of Maine Public Employees Retirement System or TIAA CREF in lieu of social security, generous vacation/personal/sick time allowances, 12 paid holidays, professional development, and free tuition within the MCCS for employees, spouse and/or dependents.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Your application for employment with the Maine Community College System may be subject to public disclosure. Application review will begin April 22, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. The college anticipates a May start date.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter that includes a teaching philosophy, curriculum vita, YCCC application, official transcripts for all post secondary degrees, licensure or certification verification, if required and have three professional references forwarded to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
York County Community College
112 College Drive
Wells, Maine 04090
York County Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer. For more information, please call 207/216-4444.
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