Full-Time Limited Faculty (207days),
Fort Morgan, CO
*This is a grant-funded position, with two years of
funding remaining. The College’s intent is to continue the program
beyond grant funding.
PURPOSE/SUMMARY OF JOB:
The Multicultural Entrepreneurial Business Faculty – Spanish is
responsible for delivery of instruction, advising, recruiting, and
curriculum development. The faculty member is responsible for
on-site private instruction, which includes the delivery of
curriculum focusing on business management skills in areas such as
finance, analysis, entrepreneurship & marketing. The
faculty member functions as a team member of a program
area/department. The faculty member should have knowledge of
technology used in business industries. A variety of
instructional delivery modalities (synchronous, online, remote)
will be utilized via WebEx/Zoom and a Learning Management System.
Teaching assignments may be scheduled at various times including
evening and weekend offerings depending on student need. The
faculty member shall perform all duties while promoting
opportunities for inclusion, expressing the valuing of differences,
and regularly demonstrating the college’s commitment to the Guiding
For information about MCC, see the college web site:
- Bachelor’s degree in Business or a related field from a
regionally accredited institution.
- Must meet qualifications to obtain a Colorado Career Technical
Education Credential (a minimum of 2,000 verifiable paid work hours
- Demonstrated understanding of the challenges that culturally
diverse entrepreneurs in a rural community face.
- Bilingual in reading, writing, and speaking Spanish.
- Must possess technology skills, with the ability to deliver
instruction via distance technology as needed.
- Proficient with MS Office suite.
- Must be willing and able to teach daytime and/or evening
- Must be willing and able to travel as required by position
needs and hold a valid State of Colorado Driver’s License.
- Master's degree in Business or a related field from a
regionally accredited institution.
- Teaching experience.
- Curriculum/program development experience.
- Experience in accounting and accounting software such as
- Demonstrated success in working with students from diverse
Anticipated Start Date: August 2021
Salary and Benefits: $47,300-$57,300 base at
1.0 FTE. This position is a 1.22 FTE. Salary is based on education,
skills and experience. Benefits include health, life, dental
insurance, vision, LTD & benefit package in accordance with
Colorado Community College and Occupational Education System
policies. No relocation assistance is provided.
Review of applications is ongoing and the position will remain
open until filled. All applicants must
use the following link to apply: https://morgancc.applicantpro.com/. All
required documents shall be uploaded using this
Complete application packets include:
- Cover Letter responding to the position description and
- Complete and current resume
- MCC Employment Application: https://morgancc.applicantpro.com/
- Academic Transcripts (unofficial copies acceptable
during the application process)
- Names and contact information of three recent job-related
references who can address your expertise and background for this
Incomplete application packets may not be considered.
Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of their
qualifications as related to the duties and responsibilities
of the position. Final candidates will be invited to travel
to the College, at their own expense, to interview with the
Screening Committee and college officials.
About Morgan Community College (MCC):
MCC is one of 13 colleges comprising the Colorado Community
College System (CCCS). The college has consistently been named a
Great College to Work For by the Chronicle of Higher Education in
the past decade.
MCC is located on I-76, 80 miles northeast of Denver and
approximately 100 miles east of Rocky Mountain National Park. MCC
provides high quality lower division transferable courses and
occupational education culminating in a variety of certificate,
associate, and baccalaureate degree programs through traditional,
innovative, and non-traditional delivery methods to an 11,500
square mile service area in eastern Colorado.
The College serves this vast, rural, agricultural area from its
main campus in Fort Morgan and through four regional locations in
Bennett, Limon, Burlington and Wray. These locations are 75
to 150 miles from the campus in Fort Morgan.
The College is seeking dynamic, creative individuals who are
committed to the community college philosophy, student success, and
public service. MCC seeks individuals looking for a rural or small
community lifestyle, with excellent conditions for families; close
proximity to a major metropolitan area; year-round recreation and
natural beauty; and a dynamic, forward-looking workplace.
MCC utilizes four guiding principles that are intended to guide
its work, both internally and externally. The guiding
principles include (1) integrity, (2) respect, (3) open and honest
communication, and (4) collaboration. These guiding
principles are a daily part of MCC’s work, and candidates should be
prepared to work by and contribute to the organization through
these four guiding principles.
Our Diverse Community:
MCC exists in and serves one of the most diverse communities in
Colorado. How the college serves the diverse community is an
important reflection of MCC. As an institution, MCC is
dedicated to continually improve its respect of and service to the
diverse community and is of the utmost importance to promoting
educational opportunities for underrepresented students.
Applicants, if hired, should be prepared to participate in a
workplace that promotes the equitable advancement of educational,
social, financial, and other realms of our diverse communities and
Finalist must submit to and successfully pass a post-offer,
pre-employment background check as a condition of hire. It is
Morgan Community College's procedure to conduct pre-employment
background checks on all employment finalists to determine or
verify background information, including criminal history,
references from previous employment, qualifications, and, when
applicable to the position, driving history, credit check, and FBI
Fingerprinting. Employment offers are contingent upon receiving a
As a condition of employment, each employee shall agree to abide
by MCC's Drug-Free Workplace Policy Statement. It is the policy of
Morgan Community College that employees shall not engage in the
unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession or use
of a controlled substance in the workplace. Any employee who
violates this policy will be subject to appropriate disciplinary
actions, which may include termination. The policy in its entirety
may be found on the MCC website: www.morgancc.edu.
Immigration Reform and Control Act of
Morgan Community College complies with the federal Immigration
Reform and Control Act of1986. Individuals hired will be required
to provide documents to show identity and authorization to work.
The law applies to all persons hired.
State of Colorado fiscal rules require all new hires to be
placed on the Direct Deposit Payroll Program.
Former employees of Colorado Community College System or one of
its 13 colleges who were disciplinarily terminated or resigned in
lieu of termination, must disclose this information on the
For information regarding civil rights compliance or grievance
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Officer; Title IX
Coordinator: Julie Beydler Director of Human Resources 920 Barlow
Road Fort Morgan, CO 80701 (970) 542-3129
Deputy Title IX Coordinator: Scott Scholes Vice President of
Student Services 920 Barlow Road Fort Morgan, CO 80701 (970)
Individuals may also contact the Office for Civil Rights, U.S.
Department of Education, Region VIII, Federal Office Building, 1244
North Speer Boulevard, Suite 310, Denver, CO 80204, telephone (303)
Qualified protected class Individuals are encouraged to
Discrimination and Harassment:
Morgan Community College prohibits all forms of discrimination
and harassment including those that violate federal and state law,
or the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational
Education Board Policy 19-60. The College does not discriminate on
the basis of sex, gender, race, color, age, creed, national or
ethnic origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran or
military status, pregnancy status, religion, genetic information,
gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other protected class
or category under applicable local, state or federal law in
connection with employment practices or educational programs and
activities. Morgan Community College will take appropriate steps to
ensure that the lack of English language skills will not be a
barrier to admission and participation in educational programs.
Crime Statistics / Clery Act:
Morgan Community College publishes its Annual Campus Security
Report in its entirety on the MCC website: www.morgancc.edu. The
categories reported are: 1) Murder/Non-negligent manslaughter, 2)
Forcible sex offenses including forcible rape, 3) Non-forcible sex
offenses, 4) Robbery, 5) Aggravated assault, 6) Burglary, 7) Motor
vehicle theft, 8) Arson, 9) Negligent manslaughter, 10) simple
assault (pertaining to Hate Offenses), 11) Liquor law violations,
12) Drug law violations, and 13) Illegal weapons possessions. Upon
request, an individual may receive a paper copy by addressing the
request in writing to: Vice President of Student Services, Morgan
Community College, 920 Barlow Road, Fort Morgan, CO