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Adjunct Faculty - Industrial Technology, CNC NIMS

companyIvy Tech
locationEast Chicago, IN 46312, USA
PublishedPublished: 12/14/2023
Part Time
Adjunct Faculty positions are temporary, part-time positions hired each semester on an as-needed basis. The adjunct faculty member will be responsible for creating a learning environment that assists students in reaching their goals; and for providing effective instruction and assessment within the framework of common syllabi provided by the School.

PROGRAM OPERATION:
  • Perform all instructional duties necessary to teach and facilitate student learning in assigned classes
  • Work from statewide course syllabus for the course being taught to students and follow syllabus content and requirements
  • Maintain student attendance and grading records according to College policy as outlined in the Adjunct Handbook
  • Submit requested information within established timelines

STUDENTS:
  • Is available to students outside scheduled class time to answer questions/provide assistance
  • Deal with student concerns and, if necessary, consult with Program Chair to resolve issues

INSTRUCTION:
  • Meet all scheduled classes of contracted course(s)
  • Use technology such as Canvas (Ivy Learn), Microsoft Office, etc. as appropriate
  • In event of emergency absence, notifies program/department chair
  • Conduct all activities with an appreciation and respect for diversity of people, styles, and views
  • Promote same as an integral part of one's work
Must have strong working knowledge of current technologies appropriate to area of instruction, understanding of the college infrastructure, including but not limited to My Ivy and Ivy Learn, and faculty credentials, including an earned baccalaureate or higher degree from a regionally accredited institution and appropriate teaching or professional experience as outlined in the ASOM 7.1 as applicable to the specific area of instruction

A qualified Adjunct must meet the technical course standard through one of four routes:
  • Meets the full-time faculty discipline standard; OR
  • Possesses a Department of Labor, Bureau for Apprenticeship Training recognized journeyman's card in the discipline directly related to credentials, certifications, and competencies listed in the Curriculum of Record (COR), and in journeyman status for two years or more with experience that is specifically linked to the competencies listed in the Curriculum of Record (COR) AND, possesses any specialized certifications required for the class being taught as indicated in the Curriculum of Record (COR); OR
  • Possesses any specialized certifications or credentials required for the class being taught as indicated in the Curriculum of Record (COR) AND 5 years directly related work experience in the field that is specifically linked to the competencies listed in the Curriculum of Record (COR); OR
  • Possesses a current Workplace Specialist License, Technology Education License (Technology and Engineering Education, Engineering and Technology Education), or CTE: Trade & Industrial Engineer or Manufacturing License granted by the Indiana Department of Education appropriate to course objectives and directly linked to credentials, certifications, and competencies listed in the Curriculum of Record (COR) AND possesses any specialized certifications required for the class being taught as indicated in the Curriculum of Record (COR).

This course provides an introduction to the theory of programming Computerized Numerical Controls for industrial metalworking machines. Also, this course incorporates blueprint reading for interpreting working drawings used in the trade.

Ivy Tech Community College is an accredited, equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age or veteran status. As required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Ivy Tech Community College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, including sexual harassment in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admissions. Questions specific to Title IX may be referred to the College's Title IX Coordinator or to the US Department of Education Office of Civil Rights.