This is a full-time, tenure-track, 10-month contract position that begins in the 2019-20 academic year. Placement on the salary schedule is based on formal education, full-time and/or part-time teaching, and related work experience, up to a maximum placement at step 9. Official offers of employment are made by Mt. San Antonio College Human Resources and are made contingent upon Board approval.
Major Duties And Responsibilities
- Teach a wide range of design, architectural, fabrication and construction related skills, technologies, concepts and practices in both classroom and hands on settings.
- Assist students and maintain scheduled office hours
- Teach assigned courses in accordance with assigned course outline of record
- Participate in ongoing curriculum and course development and improvement, program advisory boards, learning outcome development and assessments, grants relevant to program, serve on College committees as necessary to maintain and improve the instructional program, and participate in appropriate professional development activities
- Develop and participate in High School outreach and articulation efforts with high school and 4 year colleges
- Coordinate build and maintain industry relationships including job placement assistance for students
- Assist Architectural Technology (ARCH), Engineering Construction Technology/Inspection and Estimating (ECT/INSP) and other faculty and staff with organization and maintenance of lab facilities and equipment
- Specify and requisition materials, tools, equipment, software and various items required to support practical application of the curriculum
- Perform related duties as assigned, including timely compliance with clerical and administrative responsibilities, and College, division, and department policies outside of assigned teaching.
- Budget allocation and equipment/material purchasing for instruction and demonstration materials
- Collaborate effectively with faculty and staff within the ARCH, Industrial Design Engineering (IDE), Manufacturing (MFG), ECT/INSP Department faculty to plan, develop, and execute inter-related programs
- Recruit and evaluate adjunct professors for the program.
- Instruct and assist in the growth and success of a diverse population of students through careful preparation of course materials, effective teaching methods including online courses, and informed critical feedback on assignments and discussions
- Maintain scheduled office and campus hours, and participate in department/division meetings and committees
- Late afternoon and/or evening assignments may be required as part of the regular contract
- The minimum of one of the following awarded/conferred from a regionally accredited institution: 1. Any bachelor’s degree or equivalent foreign degree AND two (2) full-time equivalent years of professional experience directly related to the faculty member’s teaching assignment; OR 2. Any associate degree or equivalent foreign degree AND six (6) full-time equivalent years of professional experience directly related to the faculty member’s teaching assignment; OR 3. The equivalent (must attach an Equivalency Determination Supplemental Form), OR 4. California Community College credential, “Valid for Life” (no longer issued), authorizing service as an instructor in the appropriate discipline; refer to Ed. Code
- 87355 (If meeting qualifications with this credential, a copy of the valid lifetime credential must be submitted with the application.) B. Commitment to the community college goals/objectives of providing quality programs and services for students with diverse abilities and interests; personal qualities to work effectively and sensitively in a multicultural environment; awareness and commitment to the special needs of non-traditional students. C. Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written English. D. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable about culturally-responsive pedagogical techniques and effective practices for engaging African American, Latinx, Filipino, and Native American students, who are historically underrepresented and underserved in traditional architectural classrooms. E. Evidence of responsiveness to and understanding of the racial, socioeconomic, academic, and cultural diversity within the community college student population, including students with different ability statuses (e.g., physical and/or learning) as these factors relate to the need for equity-minded practice within the classroom.