Must be able to explain and teach community college students from various backgrounds, cultures, ages and experience levels subjects centered on Criminal Justice concepts and applications. These positions involves the teaching of the principles, theories and techniques used in the Criminal Justice field in a variety of communication formats including verbal and written. Thorough understanding of the theoretical basis upon which the interrelated practice of Law Enforcement, Corrections, the Courts and private security obtain legitimacy are required.
These positions will be responsible for classes assigned through the Career and College Promise Program. The course times and locations are listed below:
Monday – Thursday
Location: Clayton High School
Monday – Thursday
Location: West Johnston High School
Knowledge & Responsibilities:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Teaches classes and instructs; conducts learning activities.
Prepares lesson activities; prepares and oversees projects.
Evaluate and grade students' class work, laboratory work, assignments, and papers.
Maintain student attendance records, grades, and other required records.
Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.
Compile, administer, and grade examinations
Maintains cleanliness of class/labs area.
Maintain security of tools and equipment.
Recruit students from a broad cross section of local populations and institutions
This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
Requires the ability to utilize a wide variety of descriptive data and information, such as policy manuals, Employee Handbook, SACS Criteria Manual, program guidelines from DCC, course syllabi and course textbooks. This position requires verbal and written mastery of both Spanish and English.
Requires the ability to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as well as ability to calculate decimals and percentages. This position must be able to provide accurate data for program costs projection analysis.
Functional Reasoning: Requires the ability to apply principles of influence systems, such as motivation, incentive, teaching andragogy, and leadership. Ability to exercise independent judgment to apply facts and principles for developing approaches and techniques to problem resolution.
Situational Reasoning: Requires the ability to exercise the judgment, decisiveness, and creativity required.
A complete knowledge of Microsoft Products as used in overall management in an educational environment is required.
Faculty / asst. prof. / lecturer
Smithfield , United States