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Title:
Lecturer, CC (University College)
Position Number:
Pending
Hiring Unit:
University College
Location:
Honolulu Community College
Date Posted:
September 18, 2016
Closing Date:
Continuous
Salary Information:
Minimum $1486 per credit hour
Temporary/Permanent:
Temporary

Other Conditions:
  • Fall 2016 and Spring 2017, part-time, for lecturer candidate pool, non-tenurial, assignments as needed, contingent on availability of funds, satisfactory performance, and actual staffing requirements.
Duties and Responsibilities
  1. Teach assigned courses in the discipline; provide instruction and guidance to meet student learning objectives, prepare course syllabus and reports related to teaching and student progress; work under supervision of discipline coordinator/division chairperson in integrating teaching efforts with other instructors in the discipline area; student and peer evaluations and self-assessment of teaching effectiveness are required. Commitment to community college principles and philosophy is essential. Maintain at least one office hour per week for each class taught. Possible evening, weekend, and off-campus assignments, including military bases; also distance learning assignments for courses taught via the Internet. For some teaching fields, openings may only be available for classes offered on military bases or taught via the Internet. To teach on a military base, Department of Defense security clearance will be required.
Minimum Qualifications
  1. Unless a related field is listed, the degree must be in the subject area. If qualified applicants are not available, those not meeting minimum qualifications may be considered on an exception basis.
  2. ACCOUNTING (ACC): (a) Master’s in Accounting (MAcc); OR (b) MBA including 18 credits in Accounting (undergraduate and/or graduate - 300 level or higher); OR (c) Bachelor’s in Accounting and 3 years of work experience in accounting; or (d) Bachelor's in related fields such as Business Administration (in areas other than Accounting) including 18 credits in Accounting (undergraduate and/or graduate - 300 level or higher; or (e) Bachelor's in any field and CPA/CMA or equivalent professional accounting certification (in the USA)
  3. AMERICAN STUDIES (AMST): Master’s degree in American Studies
  4. AQUACULTURE (OCN 180, 190): Master’s degree in Aquaculture, Oceanography, or Marine Biology
  5. ART (ART 101): Master’s degree in Art
  6. ASTRONOMY (ASTR): Master’s degree in Astronomy
  7. BIOCHEMISTRY (BIOC): Master’s in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biology, or appropriate biological science
  8. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: Master’s degree in Biological Sciences (Biology, Botany, Microbiology, Biomedical Sciences or Zoology)
  9. BOTANY: Master's degree in Botany
  10. CHEMISTRY (CHEM): Master’s degree in Chemistry
  11. ENGINEERING (Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical): Masters in appropriate field
  12. ENGLISH (ENG): (a) Master’s in English; or (b) Master’s in Literature or Writing; or (c) Master’s in Fine Arts (Creative Writing)
  13. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL): (a) Master’s in English; OR (b) Master’s in ESL; OR (c) Master’s in Fine Arts (Creative Writing)
  14. GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS (GG): Master’s degree in Geology
  15. HAWAIIAN (HAW): Functionally native oral and written fluency in Hawaiian, the ability to communicate in English, AND one of the following: (a) Master’s Degree in Hawaiian (language or literature); or (b) Master’s degree in Hawaiian as a Second Language; or (c) Master’s degree in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Hawaiian; or (d) Master’s degree in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language with at least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Hawaiian literature, Hawaiian culture, or any combination thereof; or (e) Bachelor’s degree in Hawaiian (language or literature) plus 3 years related work experience; or (f) Bachelor’s degree in Hawaiian as a second language plus 3 years related work experience; or (g) Bachelor’s degree in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Hawaiian plus 3 years related work experience; or (h) Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language with at least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Hawaiian literature, Hawaiian culture, or any combination thereof, plus 3 years related work experience
  16. HAWAIIAN/PACIFIC STUDIES: (a) Master’s in Hawaiian/Pacific Studies (Focus on Hawaiian and/or Pacific Island areas); OR (b) Bachelor’s in Hawaiian/Pacific Studies and 3 years of related work experience
  17. HISTORY (HIST): Master’s degree in History
  18. MARINE BIOLOGY: (See ZOOLOGY – ZOOL 200: Marine Biology) Master’s degree in Zoology. Related fields: marine Biology, Bio-Oceanography
  19. MATHEMATICS: (a) Master’s in Mathematics; or (b) Master’s in STEM-related field (Engineering, Natural Science, ICS) with 18 credits of advanced coursework in math, of which 9 credits at graduate level; or (c) Master’s in Mathematics Education with 18 credits of advanced coursework in math, of which 9 credits at graduate level
  20. MATHEMATICS (Developmental): (a) Master’s in Mathematics; or (b) Master’s in Education AND Bachelor’s in Math; or (c) M.Ed. in Mathematics; or (d) Master’s in STEM-related field (engineering, physical science, biological science or other STEM-related fields that require a minimum of 4-6 math or disciplinary math courses as part of the baccalaureate or masters degree); or (e) Bachelor’s in Math and five years teaching math experience, including high school teaching experience
  21. METEOROLOGY (MET): Master’s degree in Meteorology
  22. MICROBIOLOGY (MICR): Master’s degree in Microbiology
  23. MUSIC (History and Theory): Master's in Music
  24. OCEANOGRAPHY (OCN): Master’s degree in Oceanography. OCEANOGRAPHY (OCN – To teach OCN 180: Intro to Aquaculture and Aquarium Management and OCN 190: World Aquaculture): Master’s degree in Oceanography. Related fields: Aquaculture and Marine Biology. OCEANOGRAPHY (OCN - To teach OCN 230: Ocean Resources and Ecology): Master’s degree in Oceanography. Related field: Marine Biology
  25. PHYSICS (PHYS): Master’s degree in Physics
  26. PSYCHOLOGY (PSY): Master’s in Psychology
  27. SOCIOLOGY: Master’s in Sociology
  28. SPEECH: Master’s in Speech, Communicology, Communication, Communication Studies, or Speech Communication
  29. ZOOLOGY (ZOOL – To teach ZOOL 200 – Marine Biology): Master’s degree in Zoology. Related fields: Marine Biology and Bio-Oceanography; ZOOLOGY (ZOOL – To teach ZOOL 141-141L, ZOOL 142-142L: Human Anatomy & Physiology I-II): Master’s degree in Zoology (Vertebrate). Related fields: Anatomy, Biological Science, Medicine, and Physiology
Desirable Qualifications
  1. Teaching experience at the community college level.
  2. Demonstrated ability to work with community college students.
  3. Work experience related to course to be taught.
  4. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively.
  5. Familiarity with competency-based instruction and behavioral objectives.
  6. Demonstrated ability to work with diverse student populations.

To Apply:
Submit to the address below: 1) Faculty or Executive/Managerial ( CC Personnel Form 27A ) application form (http://www.hawaii.edu/ohr/bor/forms/uh27.pdf), 2) graduate and undergraduate transcript(s) showing degree and coursework to date appropriate to the position (On-line transcripts or academic record/grade summaries will NOT be accepted. Diplomas and copies will NOT be accepted. Copies of official transcripts are acceptable; however, original official transcripts will be required at the time of hire.), 3) a brief one-page statement outlining how you meet the minimum and desirable qualifications, 4) three letters of recommendation (optional) attesting to job performance and personal character, and 5) resume. Separate documents and application materials must be submitted for each position. All requested documents/information become the property of the college. No electronic transmissions will be accepted. Original signature required on application. Failure to submit all required documents shall deem an application incomplete and will not be considered. Continuous recruitment until needs are met. Honolulu Community College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, color, national origin, or disability in its programs and activities. For more information or inquiries regarding these policies, contact Section 504 Coordinator, (808) 845-9264; Title IX Coordinator, (808) 845-9123.
Address:
  1. Marcia Roberts-Deutsch, Dean of University College
  2. Honolulu Community College
  3. 874 Dillingham Blvd
  4. Honolulu, HI 96817
Inquiries:
  1. 808-845-9185

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