The Job Training Center is continually seeking Adjunct Faculty to develop and teach non-credit courses offered intermittently through the Community Education and Workforce Development Division (CEWD). This position is offered on an upon demand and on call/as needed basis. These intermittently offered courses provide career focused open enrollment opportunities to support workforce development. This position is working an on-call schedule, at Downtown, West Campus, East and Livingston County Extension Centers, or, offsite locations as needed. The CEWD Division is seeking Adjunct Faculty with teaching/training and/or work experience in areas such as (but not limited to); · Business and Leadership · Quality Management, Lean Tools, and Problem Solving · Business Systems and Computer Applications; such as Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, Salesforce, etc. · Financial · Healthcare; such as nursing and medical assisting · Information Technology, Network Security, Artificial Intelligence · Language and Communication · Skilled Trades; such as welding, robotics, HVAC, pneumatics, preventative maintenance
Part-time Teaching Faculty Assignments/Workload
Teaching Load Limits. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, each part-time Teaching Faculty member shall be accountable for teaching workload subject to the following limits:
a. Adjunct Instructors shall not exceed twelve (12) workload hours of teaching during Fall Semester and twelve (12) workload hours of teaching during Spring Semester, together with all associated preparation (including customary updates/maintenance of assigned courses), assessment and evaluation, and student consultation/office hours; and
b. Adjunct Instructors shall not exceed ten (10) workload hours of teaching during Summer Semester, together with all associated preparation (including customary updates/maintenance of assigned courses), assessment and evaluation, and student consultation/office hours.
c. Increases in workload will not change the part-time status of bargaining unit members.
Professional Activities and Duties
In addition to or in lieu of teaching assignments, part-time Teaching Faculty may be given non-teaching assignments such as course development or revision, curriculum development, student advising, leadership assignments, etc., provided their workload does not regularly exceed the nominal equivalent of twenty-eight (28) clock hours per week or 1456 clock hours in an academic year.
Nothing contained in this section is intended to modify the minimum workload opportunities or obligations of part-time Teaching Faculty as set forth in Article XIII. Employment Practices.
General Adjunct Instructor Requirements:
Primary duty and responsibility of teaching students in instructional settings;
Functioning as the principal source of instruction and the faculty of record in the instructional setting for a course, class, workshop, etc., offered for academic credit (i.e., designated by the College as responsible for the course, class, workshop, etc., including assigning the grade); and Being responsible for curriculum planning and development; preparation and delivery of course content in accordance with student needs; comprehensive assessment and grading in the assigned course, class, workshop, etc., offered for academic credit.
Adjunct Positions are filled by semester on an as needed basis. Applicants in this applicant pool are reviewed when the department has an immediate need to fill a vacancy. Review of applications will then stop for the semester once the vacancy has been filled.
Bachelor’s Degree in a major related to the subject area being taught OR equivalent combination of education and/or work experience, such as licenses, industry certifications, and work experience in areas relevant to the subject area being taught
IMPORTANT: If an educational degree is required for this position, unofficial copies of transcripts from each institution of higher learning where either a degree has been conferred or coursework completed are required documents that must be submitted as part of the online application process.
Applicants with foreign education credentials (i.e. earned degree and related to this position) must contact a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) credential evaluation services (www.naces.org) and request an academic transcript evaluation. Three of NACES member credential evaluation services are: Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) ; World Education Services, Inc.(email: email@example.com) ; International Education Research Foundation, Inc. (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). The credential evaluation must be submitted with the application materials.
Coursework information, if applicable, must be added as an attachment under Additional Attachments.
REMEMBER: If an educational degree is required for this position, applications lacking these required documents will not be considered.
Three years of instructional teaching and/or corporate training experience.
Teaching and/or corporate training experience in a K-12, college, workplace training, or apprenticeship program.
Experience using educational technology or other technology relevant to the discipline.
Lansing Community College is an equal opportunity, educational institution/employer.
Lansing Community College (LCC) is one of the largest community colleges in Michigan, serving more than 23,000 students each year. It offers more than 200 associate degree and certificate programs in addition to career and workforce development and personal enrichment options. LCC was founded in 1957 and is consistently named one of Michigan’s best community colleges, and students enjoy unsurpassed instruction, beautiful facilities, cutting-edge technology and comprehensive support services.