Salary range: $57,000 - $83,000 per year
Teaches assigned college course work as defined by North Central
Michigan College and assigned by the Dean of Liberal Arts. Assists
students in meeting didactic and laboratory requirements and
understanding course material. Provides a safe classroom and/or
field experience-learning environment. Conducts self in a
professional manner promoting diplomacy with students, educational
agencies, and other faculty and staff. Engages in individual
student and educational program development, accessibility and
coordinates with other college departments including Student
Services as needed to foster student success. In addition,
the candidate will serve as the content expert while collaborating
with other faculty on curriculum development and improvement within
the college's arts program.
- Teaches 15 contact hours per semester.
- Teaching assignments may include day and evening course times
as well as coverage in Petoskey and NCMC's other off campus
- Holds six (6) office hours per week at times convenient for
- Prepares instructional materials and deliver instruction to
students in a variety of formats and settings (classroom, hybrid,
online, flex, etc.)
- Provides timely feedback on students' progress, including
evaluation of student work
- Works with Dean of Liberal Arts to maintain updated master
syllabi of courses and program outcomes.
- Prepares and submits required documentation including course
syllabi, student attendance, final course grades, and other
information required by the college.
- Engages in college service in the areas of curriculum
development, program outcomes assessment, and instructional
- Participates in the college governance structure and/or
strategic planning process through committee service.
- Other related duties as assigned.
- Master's degree in Communication.
- Evidence of teaching competence.
- Demonstrable interest in the exploration and use of new media
and innovative pedagogical techniques.
- Knowledge of adult learning theory, to include pedagogical and
assessment techniques appropriate to
- Excellent written and oral communications skills.
- Knowledge of and commitment to the community college
- Recent experience in teaching Communication in a community
- Evidence of continuing professional development.
- Activity in professional organizations.
- Familiarity with program assessment practices within a
community college setting.
- Familiarity with institutional effectiveness planning and
retention issues within a community college environment.
DIVERSITY IN HIRING STATEMENT
North Central Michigan College is committed to broaden
diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging on campus through
initiatives, programs and outreach; student recruitment, retention
and completion; and in employment and hiring practices. Individuals
from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
Complete the application at the following
Complete applications will be given first consideration. A
complete application includes 6 items listed below:
(1) cover letter
(2) resume or CV
(3) Application for Employment with all sections completed with
requested information and signatures
(4) three professional reference letters
(5) copies of academic transcripts (official transcripts
required upon hire)
(6) Statement of teaching philosophy