Employment Opportunities at UTTC
JOB OPPORTUNITY BULLETIN
Equal Opportunity Employer
Position Title: Criminal Justice Adjunct Instructor – Introduction to Policing (CJU 211) – Black Hills Learning Center, Rapid City SD.
Department: Academic, Career & Technical Education
Opening Date: November 26, 2013
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Salary: Per Scale
SUMMARY OF DUTIES:
- Instructs students based upon the curriculum as approved by the Department Chair, the Curriculum Committee and the academic vice president in the fields of Criminal Justice. Course syllabus/syllabi will be developed and placed on file with the Registrar's office.
- Adjusts lesson plans and other course materials to meet the needs of students. Instructors must be sensitive to the cultures of the students they teach, learn about those cultures, and integrate culturally-appropriate and culturally-relevant material when appropriate.
- Evaluates students' progress and communicates with the student’s academic advisor when problems or issues arise.
- Monitors and reports student attendance and academic progress weekly, at mid-terms and at the end of Finals week through the MyUTTC LMS (required for both campus based and online courses).
- Maintains a record of weekly coursework on MyUTTC LMS.
- Manages instructional activities according to policies and procedures of UTTC Faculty Handbook.
- Confers weekly with the Criminal Justice Department Chair on overall progress of students and instruction.
- Serves as a secondary advisor for students. This role is crucial to student success and instructors enter into an advisement relationship with students with regard to academics and other topics insofar as these relationships do not interfere with other helping and/or therapeutic relationships those students have on campus.
- Assists with designing courses for online instruction.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Adjunct instructors teaching online are expected to have stable and reliable Internet access and meet the minimum technical requirements listed for students. This includes an up-to-date web browser, currently supported operating system, and Microsoft Word and Excel programs. Adjunct instructors teaching in a face-to-face situation may use campus computer labs to enter student grades and attendance if needed. Coursework, grades, and student attendance documentation will be maintained in the MyUTTC LMS.
If selected for the position, the applicant is subject to a complete background investigation with favorable determination.
UNITED TRIBES TECHNICAL COLLEGE DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGIOUS PREFERENCE, AGE, HANDICAP, MARITAL STATUS, POLITICAL PREFERENCE, OR MEMBERSHIP OR NON-MEMBERSHIP IN AN EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION, EXCEPT AS ALLOWED BY THE INDIAN PREFERENCE PROVISION OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964, AS AMENDED.
PERSONS OF INDIAN ANCESTRY WHO ARE AT LEAST 1/4 DEGREE AND WISH TO CLAIM INDIAN PREFERENCE SHOULD SUBMIT A COPY OF THEIR TRIBAL ENROLLMENT CERTIFICATE INDICATING THEIR DEGREE OF INDIAN BLOOD AND AGENCY ENROLLED.
Interested individual should submit the following application materials to the Human Resource Director:
Completed UTTC Application - call for a copy, or you can download a copy from www.uttc.edu.
Reference letters or names, addresses and daytime phone numbers of three individuals familiar with your preparation / experience.
Unofficial copies of transcripts (Official copies required if hired).
HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICE
UNITED TRIBES TECHNICAL COLLEGE
3315 UNIVERSITY DRIVE
BISMARCK, ND 58504