Dean of Academics
June 2, 2021
Annual Faculty normally teach 26 – 29 credits per academic year. Teaching assignments may be available for day and evening courses. Appointment is temporary for no more than one academic year; however, the appointment may be renewed following a performance review by the Vice President of Academics or designee.
- Teach 26 to 29 contact hours during the duration of the contract. Teaching assignments may include face-to-face, hybrid, and/or online courses and will be for the Fall and Winter 15-week sessions at a minimum, with the possibility that it be extended into a summer 15-week session.
- Maintain 3 office hours weekly, scheduled for a minimum of 2 days per week.
- Perform all preparation requirements for course readiness, prepare and distribute course syllabi to students.
- Evaluate student progress through examinations, quizzes, observations and laboratory reports.
- Maintain a high level of academic competency through professional development activities.
- Participate in the assessment of common course outcomes and program learning outcomes. Analyze data and make recommendations for curriculum and programmatic revisions where necessary.
- Advise and mentor students during the college experience and in career preparation.
- Work effectively with a diverse student population, many of whom are first generation college students.
- Perform administrative duties assigned by the Vice President of Academics or designee, equated as 2 hours of administrative work per contact hour load.
- Attend the Faculty Orientation, Faculty Forum Meetings (6 are scheduled during the academic year), In-Services (3 are scheduled during the academic year) and attend the College Graduation.
- Attend division meetings called by the Vice President of Academics or designee appropriate to the subject area taught, when requested.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the individual assigned to this role, and should not be interpreted as a comprehensive list of duties.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement field, and a Master’s Degree with 18 graduate credits in Criminal Justice
- Five or more years of experience as a police officer (civilian or military) required.
- Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice or related field preferred
- Teaching experience in a higher education setting including online teaching or experience as a trainer for law enforcement agency with strong working knowledge of teaching methods preferred.
- Computer competency in word processing, instructional software and online instruction preferred.
- Experience and/or strong commitment and interest with increasing student success and engagement, particularly of underrepresented students.
To apply: Send cover letter, resume, unofficial transcripts, and three professional references to the Human Resources Department, Glen Oaks Community College, 62249 Shimmel Road, Centreville, MI 49032, or e-mail to email@example.com. Position will remain open until filled.
Glen Oaks Community College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity, Title IX, Section 504 Employer. This organization participates in E-verify. For more information, please visit the DHS E-verify site.