Instructor, Electrical Engineering Technology
- College of Lake County
- Illinois, United States
- Salary Not specified
- Posted Date
- Mar 23, 2023
- Position Type
- Faculty Positions, Science, Technology & Mathematics, Engineering
- Employment Level
- Non-Tenured Track
- Employment Type
- Full Time
Instructor, Electrical Engineering Technology
Internal Position Title: Instructor, Electrical Engineering Technology
Posting Number: F00862
Department:: Electrical Tech
Position Type: Full-Time Faculty
Job Family: Faculty
The College of Lake County is currently searching for a fill-time Instructor, Electrical Engineering Technology. Responsibilities for the position include teaching a variety of Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) courses ranging from basic AC and DC courses to advanced circuit analysis. Courses are offered both in the day and evening during the fall and spring semesters. Faculty responsibilities include participating in program evaluation and curriculum development, program recruitment, working with business and industry to validate program competencies and develop internships, working with local high schools to identify/develop career pathways and opportunities for dual credit offerings, developing strategies to maximize program completion and retention rates, serving on division and college committees, and participate in college governance.
College of Lake County (CLC) is a comprehensive community college committed to equitable high-quality education, cultural enrichment and partnerships to advance the diverse communities it serves in northeastern Illinois. The college is implementing transformative change through an ambitious and aspirational body of work outlined in its 2024 Strategic Plan to become an organization where every student succeeds and every employee thrives, while supporting every business to achieve and every community to grow. As the community's open access higher education organization, CLC aims to be the leader in providing innovative education and workforce solutions. http://dept.clcillinois.edu/res/CLCWebsite/Reports/Strategic_Plan.pdf
The faculty member will develop, prepare, and revise instructional materials as well as participate in program evaluation and curriculum planning and development. The instructor will participate in department, division, and general faculty meetings, serve on division and college committees, and participate in other forms of college service. Instructors are required to maintain an active program of professional development related to institutional objectives.
The Faculty Success Framework illustrates the fundamental elements of a faculty member's career at CLC. Its purpose is to support a culture of continual faculty development and to provide full but flexible paths for faculty to both consistently contribute to student success efforts and cultivate professional fulfillment. Our Guiding Principles for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CLC CARES) outline the qualities we expect CLC faculty will exemplify in their professional and pedagogical engagement with students.
College of Lake County is committed to a diverse workforce that represents our student body. Our search process is designed to promote increasing the diversity of our full-time faculty. Search committee members are committed to diversity and this serves as the basis of a successful search at CLC.
Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering, Engineering Technology, Engineering or closely related field.
Minimum of two (2) years of experience working full-time in the engineering/manufacturing industry with experience in digital electronics, micro controllers, embedded systems, product design, and project management.
Ability to learn new technologies and stay informed over a broad spectrum of disciplines.
A commitment to the community college mission and to working with diverse student populations.
Proven commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
Demonstrated participation in the life and work of a college academic department.
Ability to work effectively and constructively with individuals and teams from diverse cultures, language groups, and abilities; demonstrate sensitivity to and ability to work with the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff, including those with disabilities; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Ability to plan and prioritize work requirements and demonstrate independent decision-making capabilities. Ability to work in a highly collaborative environment and multi-task.
Ability to communicate effectively with varying levels of students, staff and external customers. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to handle all situations with tact, persuasiveness, and diplomacy.
Solid analytical skills, strong attention to detail, and excellent organizational skills.
Competency in technologies commonly used in college-level instruction. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, learning management system, and other technology to access data, maintain records, generate reports and communicate with others.
Master’s of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) with broad industry experience.
Bilingual in Spanish and English.
Posting Date: 01/16/2023
Expected Start Date: 08/14/2023
Special Instructions Summary: This position may remain open until filled. Applicants who will earn the required degree by May 31, 2023 will be considered.Applicants selected for an interview will be required to submit a minimum of two (2) letters of recommendation and a teaching portfolio.This is a full-time, tenure track faculty position. Salary placement is commensurate with education and experience. The minimum 2022-2023 academic year (Fall & Spring Semester) base salary range has not been determined. Optional contract for the summer session offers potential for significantly greater earnings.The minimum 2021 - 2022 academic year (Fall & Spring Semester) base salary range was $60,913 with a master’s degree to $77,349 with a doctorate in the subject field.Faculty may be assigned to any of the three CLC campuses; Grayslake, Lakeshore or Southlake. New faculty hires are required to attend orientation the week prior to the start date of August 14, 2023.Foreign Transcripts: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from a certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA.
Pay Rate: Per faculty contract.
Full-Time/Part-Time: Full Time
Total Hours Per Week: Fifteen (15) load hours and ten (10) office hours.
Varies according to course schedule. Ability to teach days, evening and weekends as determined by the needs of the program in any given semester. Ability to teach at all campus locations as needed (Grayslake, Lakeshore or Southlake).
Software Testing Required: None
Interview Process Requirements: Presentation
The College of Lake County is an equal opportunity employer and has a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, it seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including minorities, women and people with disabilities.
Summary of Essential Functions:
Teaching courses in the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology. Maintain lab equipment in the labs that support those courses. Work closely with business and industry to validate program competencies and identify internships. Explore new methods of delivery to insure our program is meeting the needs of students. Develop strategies that will maximize program completion and course retention rates. Explore grant opportunities to support the advancement of technology and program offerings within electronics technology. Continue the development of articulation agreements so our students have opportunities for baccalaureate study.
Faculty members are expected to:
- Select, prepare, and maintain current curriculum, course outlines, and printed and non-printed instructional materials. Revise and update course content as needed.
- Provide instructional support to students by meeting with them outside of class if requested; be available for student consultation through phone, online/electronic communication, or appropriately established office hours; refer students, when appropriate, to sources of specialized services within the College.
- Provide students and the Division an approved syllabus that includes course objectives and learning outcomes, teaching methodology, attendance policies in line with those of the college, texts and readings, assignments and deliverables, timelines and evaluation criteria, and any other information required by the College, Division, or Department.
- Observe and evaluate student performance in meeting course objectives and learning outcomes through assignments, projects, discussions, and/or examinations; provide feedback regularly and in a timely manner on student progress.
- Deliver course content using a variety of teaching styles and provide interesting and engaging assignments that demonstrate the real-world applications of concepts covered.
- Maintain office, discipline, grade, and division records as required by the College.
- Use the appropriate College policies and procedures to resolve and document student complaints, concerns, and problems.
- Ensure ADA compliance within classes assigned.
- Assist in developing and administering discipline-appropriate measures of student academic achievement; use departmental assessment instruments as provided. Administer other assessments designed to measure student learning outcomes as requested and required by the department or college. Provide all results as requested.
- Conduct all classes in accordance with an established and current course syllabus and approved textbook (and/or related instructional material). Meet all classes for the scheduled time. If unable to meet an assigned class, report absence to supervisor and division staff according to department procedures.
- Submit all grades (mid-term/final) electronically prior to the required deadlines; provide the Registrar appropriate grade records.
- Encourage students to submit course evaluations; review course evaluations when available and use feedback to improve course delivery.
- Participates, when appropriate, in meetings of governance groups, College, division, and department committees. Attends faculty meetings, department meetings, and all other meetings called by authorized personnel. Attends Development Week activities and Commencement.
- Maintains current knowledge of subject matter via professional development such as professional organization membership, attendance of seminars, conferences and classes, and professional publications.
- Maintain a high level of professional ethics.
- Remain current in compliance training including compliance under Title IX “Responsible Employee” and, if applicable, Clery Act Campus Security Authority.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
College: Knowledge of college policies, procedures, and practices; ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, and diagram form; ability to perform all essential functions using safe work methods and following safety regulations relating to job; knowledge of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Department/Divisional: Knowledge of Instructional policies, procedures, and practices with the ability to answer work related questions; and/or interpret and apply these guidelines correctly in various situations; ability to solve issues and work with diverse population, work with large crowds; ability to read and interpret instructional documents.
DECISION-MAKING and ANALYTICAL SKILLS: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, and diagram form; ability to interpret policy and establish methods and procedures for ability to perform all essential functions using safe work methods and following safety regulations relating to job; ability to organize and express ideas, directions, and data in a logical sequence to describe a process, or explain procedures such as how to perform a task to someone else.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Well-developed public speaking and presentation skills to effectively present materials to individual students or groups; well-developed written communication skills; ability to communicate effectively in a tactful and courteous manner with a variety of people, including students, employees, faculty, and the general public; ability to communicate effectively verbally and written to work with a diverse workforce and student population to prioritize and delegate projects, exchange ideas, information and opinions effectively with others to formulate policies and programs and/or arrive at decisions, conclusions or solutions; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff, other departments, students, and the public; ability to manage interpersonal conflict situations requiring tact, diplomacy and discretion.
Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in a classroom setting; to stand or sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, reach; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight; to operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; and to verbally communicate to exchange information.
Vision: See in the normal visual range with or without correction.
POSITIONS SUPERVISED: None
To apply, visit https://jobs.clcillinois.edu/postings/22847
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