Professor Of Automotive Technology - GM-ASEP

New Mexico Junior College Hobbs, NM

Description Benefits Supplemental Questions

This position reports to the Dean of Distance Learning and Professional Studies and is responsible for teaching Automotive Technology in the General Motors Company/ASEP post-secondary program at New Mexico Junior College. Duties and responsibilities shall be, but are not limited to, the following: (1) Teaching appropriate automotive courses; (2) Supervise students off-campus during the cooperative work experiences; (3) Travel as required; (4) Achieve and maintain annual required training to meet instructor training standards and to achieve a high level of competency as a teacher; (5) Demonstrate growth in the knowledge of his/her subject areas and in the ability to direct the learning process; (6) Teach basic computer operations to automotive students; (7) Coordinate advisory committee meetings; (8) Work for the general improvement of the instructional programs at the college; (9) Participate in college service through standing and ad hoc committees; (10) Post and maintain supervisor approved office hours per week; (11) Participate in a process of continual personal and professional improvement; (12) Actively participate in the institutional goals and objectives designed to support the mission of the college; and, (13) Nothing contained herein shall limit the President in assigning the employee to any of the various college activities for which he/she would be qualified in order to meet the needs of New Mexico Junior College.

Qualifications:

Candidate must be ASE certified, possess demonstrated technical skills in all 8 ASE areas and become ASE Master certified and L1 certified within a specified time frame. Five years experience teaching automotive ( community college level preferred) and technical experience a dealership is desired. General Motors Company experience and current training history is desired. However, candidates with an Associate degree (or equivalent) and extensive automotive experience will be considered. All degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution. Candidates must be ASE certified, possess demonstrated technical skills in all 8 ASE areas and become ASE Master certified and L1 certified within a specified time frame. Five years experience teaching automotive (community college level preferred) and technical service experience in a dealership desired. General Motors Company experience and current training history is desirable. Bachelor's degree in an educational, occupational/vocational, or closely related field is preferred. However, candidates with an Associate Degree (or equivalent) or extensive automotive experience will be considered. Candidate must be willing to pursue a professional development plan, which will include technical updating as well as other professional development activities. Note: Computer proficiency is required.

Additional Qualifications:

GENERAL FACULTY QUALITIES

Applicants:

* Should be informed and support the value and concept of a Comprehensive Community College.

* Should be informed and expected to participate in educational practices that promote student

success.

o Must commit to fully understand, support, and participate in the New Mexico Junior College Assessment of Student Learning Guide.

o Must commit, support, and participate in successful, data-driven, high impact

practices of Student Engagement.

o Must commit to the utilization of data and information as a means of inquiry and

improvement of student learning outcomes.

o Must embrace a Faculty Evaluation system and Professional Development system that

supports and promotes data driven student improvement.

* Must be willing to support and hold themselves accountable to the outcomes defined as,

"excellence in education" by New Mexico Junior College.

o Must commit to the incorporation of Academic Goal Setting and Planning into the courses they teach.

o Must commit and embrace early alert, intervention strategies and grade reporting through the Canvas system.

o Must have a grasp of assessment and the part it plays in course, departmental, and

institutional evaluation and direction.

SPECIFIC FACULTY QUALITIES

Applicants:

* Must engage students in the learning process.

o Must address multiple learning styles with a communication style that is stimulating, well organized, and based on a deep knowledge of the content area.

* Must see creative ways to support and engage part-time students.

* Must meet the needs of a diverse student body.

* Must seek ways to provide supplemental instruction.

o Must have open access to students during office hours

o Must promote and support the New Mexico Junior College Academic Success Center and the academic coaching it provides.

* Must have openness with, and an interest in, the students in their classes.

o Must design mechanisms to communicate frequently and often with students.

* Must have a grasp of innovative delivery methods.

* Must seek to meet or exceed the institutional, departmental, and course student learning outcomes.

* Must be of sound character and committed to New Mexico Junior College.

Additional Information:

Salary/Benefits: Salary is based on the NMJC automotive faculty salary schedule and is commensurate with education, teaching experience and occupational-related experience for a nine month position. Standard NMJC benefits apply.

Application Deadline: Open until filled. Interviews will be conducted by a selection committee and will commence upon receipt of all required application materials by qualified applicants.

To Apply: Submit NMJC application form on line at www.nmjc.edu, under (Employment Opportunities) and attach the following: a letter of application (cover letter), your resume, unofficial transcripts for all degrees listed on resume (official transcripts required prior to employment), copies of certifications, and three references with current addresses and phone numbers.

Salary ranges between 41,279.00 to 51,599.00 depending upon qualifications