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Title:
Lecturer
Position Number:
Pending
Hiring Unit:
Academic Affairs
Location:
Windward Community College
Date Posted:
December 06, 2016
Closing Date:
Continuous
Salary Information:
Minimum $1,486.00 (eff: 8/1/16) per credit hour, subject to lecturer step placement.
Temporary/Permanent:
Temporary

Other Conditions:
To begin Spring 2017
Duties and Responsibilities
  1. Teach assigned courses in the discipline; maintain minimum of one office hour per week for each course taught; prepare course syllabus and reports related to teaching and student progress; work under supervision of department chairperson in integrating teaching efforts with other instructors in the discipline area. Duties and responsibilities may include work with multi-media presentations and distance education instruction.
Minimum Qualifications
  1. ACCOUNTING (transfer and non-transfer courses): (a) Master’s in Accounting (Macc); or (b) Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) including 18 credits in Accounting (undergraduate and/or graduate – 300 level or higher); or (c) Bachelor’s in Accounting and three (3) years related work experience in accounting within the last five (5) years; or (d) Bachelor’s in related fields such as Business Administration (in areas other than Accounting) including 18 credits Accounting (undergraduate and/or graduate – 300 level or higher) and five (5) years related work experience work experience in accounting within the last five (5) years; or (e) Bachelor’s in any field and CPA/CMA or equivalent professional accounting certification (in the USA).
  2. ANIMAL SCIENCE (Veterinarian ): DVM and two (2) years related work or teaching experience, and Hawaii State Veterinarian License. If no qualified applicants available others not in possession of a Hawaii State Veterinarian license will be considered on an Acting Instructor basis. License must be obtained within six months of hire date.
  3. ANIMAL SCIENCE (Veterinarian Technician ): Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology (LVT,CVT, RVT) from an AVMA accredited program, and two (2) years related work or teaching experience, and successful completion of the Veterinary Technician National Exam.
  4. ANTHROPOLOGY: Master’s in Anthropology.
  5. ART (New Media): (a) Master’s in Fine Arts in Studio Art with the specialization in new media art or a related area of study (i.e. design, animation, digital art, digital media, multi-media, computer graphics, film, etc.) and one (1) year related industry experience; or (b) any Master’s degree with coursework in new media art or a related area of study and three (3) years related industry experience; or (c) Any Bachelor’s degree with coursework in new media art or a related area of study and five (5) years related industry experience; or (d) Any Associate’s degree with coursework in new media art or a related area of study and seven (7) years related industry experience.
  6. ART (APPLIED AND STUDIO): (a) Master’s in Art or Fine Art; or (b) Master recognition by Applied Art Community and 10 years related work experience.
  7. ASTRONOMY: Master’s in Astronomy.
  8. BIOLOGY: Master’s in Biology.
  9. BOTANY: Master’s in Botany.
  10. BUSINESS TECHONOLOGY: (a) Master’s degree in Business Education; or (b) Master’s degree in a Business related field (Business Administration, Management, Accounting, Information Technology, Finance, or any other similar business degree) with a minimum of 18 credits in Business Technology or Administrative Support courses (UHCC BUSN alpha courses or similar); or (c) Bachelor’s degree in Business Education, and three (3) years of related work experience (work experience that includes skills taught in Business Technology Programs, e.g. records management following industry-approved Association for Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA) procedures, document formatting, etc.; and/or secondary or postsecondary Business Education teaching experience); or (d) Bachelor’s degree in Business related field (Business Administration, Management, Accounting, Information Technology, Finance, or any other similar business degree) with a minimum of 18 credits in Business Technology or Administrative Support courses (UHCC BUSN alpha courses or similar), and three (3) years of related work experience (work experience that includes skills taught in Business Technology Programs, e.g. records management following industry-approved Association for Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA) procedures, document formatting, etc.; and/or secondary or postsecondary Business Education teaching experience); (e) Bachelor’s degree in any field and five (5) years of related work experience (work experience that includes skills taught in Business Technology Programs, e.g. records management following industry-approved Association for Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA) procedures, document formatting, etc.; and/or secondary or postsecondary Business Education teaching experience).
  11. CHEMISTRY: Master’s in Chemistry
  12. DANCE (Performance Oriented): (a) Master’s in Dance; or (b) Bachelor’s in Dance and three (3) years related work experience; or (c) Master recognition by Dance Community and 10 years related work experience.
  13. ECONOMICS: Master’s in Economics
  14. ENGLISH (WRITING): (a) Master’s in English; or (b) Master’s in English Composition; or (c) Master’s in Fine Arts (Creative Writing).
  15. FOOD SCIENCE AND HUMAN NUTRITION: (a) Master’s in Field; or Bachelor’s in Field and three years (non-transfer courses only).
  16. GEOGRAPHY: Master’s in Geography.
  17. GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS: Master’s in Field.
  18. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (FAMILY RESOURCES): Master’s in Human Development (Family Resources); or (b) Master’s in Family & Consumer Sciences (Family Resources); or (c) Master’s in Human Development; or (d) Master’s in Psychology, Social Work, Education, Sociology, Nursing or Public Health with 12 credits of advanced coursework in Human Development (life span).
  19. HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE: Functionally native oral and written fluency in Hawaiian, the ability to communicate in English, and one of the following: (a) Master’s in Hawaiian (language or literature); or (b) Master’s in Hawaiian as a Second Language; or (c) Master’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Hawaiian; or (d) Master’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Hawaiian literature, Hawaiian culture, or any combination thereof; or (e) Bachelor’s in Hawaiian (language or literature), and three (3) years related work experience; or (f) Bachelors in Hawaiian as a Second Language, and three (3) years related work experience; or (g) Bachelor’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Hawaiian, and three (3) years related work experience; or (h) Bachelor’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Hawaiian literature, Hawaiian culture, or any combination thereof, and three (3) years related work experience.
  20. HAWAIIAN/PACIFIC STUDIES: (a) Master’s (Focus on Hawaiian and/or Pacific Island areas); or (b) Bachelor’s in Field and three (3) years related work experience.
  21. HEALTH: (a) Master’s in Field; or (b) Bachelor’s in Field and three (3) years related work experience.
  22. HISTORY: Master’s in History.
  23. INFORMATION AND COMPUTER SCIENCE: (a) Master’s in Information and Computer Science; or (b) Bachelor’s in Information and Computer Science and three (3) years related work experience.
  24. JAPANESE: Functionally native oral and written fluency in Japanese, the ability to communicate in English, and one of the following: (a) Master’s in Japanese (language or literature); or (b) Master’s in Japanese as a Second Language; or (c) Master’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Japanese; or (d) Master’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Japanese literature, Japanese culture, or any combination thereof.
  25. JOURNALISM: (a) Master’s in Journalism; or (b) Master’s in English with Bachelor’s in Journalism; or (c) Bachelor’s in Journalism and three (3) years related work experience.
  26. MATHEMATICS: (a) Master’s in Mathematics; or (b) Master’s in STEM-related field (Engineering, Natural Sciences, ICS) with 18 credits of advanced coursework in math, of which nine (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.
  27. DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS: (a)Master’s in Mathematics; or (b) Master’s in Education and Bachelor’s in Math; or (c) M.Ed. in Math; 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 course as part of the baccalaureate or master’s degree); or (e) Bachelor’s in Math with five (5) years teaching in developmental math experience, including high school teaching experience.
  28. MICROBIOLOGY: Master’s in Microbiology.
  29. MUSIC (Performance Oriented): (a) Master’s in Music; or (b) Bachelor’s in Music and three (3) years related work experience; or (c) Master recognition by Music Community and ten (10) years related work experience.
  30. OCEANOGRAPHY: Master’s in Oceanography.
  31. PHARMACOLOGY: (a) Master’s in Pharmacology and current State licensure; or (b) Bachelor’s in Pharmacology and three (3) years related work experience and current State licensure; or (c) Doctor of Pharmacology, Medicine or Osteopathy and current State licensure.
  32. PHILOSOPHY: Master’s in Philosophy.
  33. PHYSICS: Master’s in Physics.
  34. POLITICAL SCIENCE: Master’s in Political Science.
  35. PSYCHOLOGY: Master’s in Psychology.
  36. RELIGION: Master’s in Religion.
  37. SOCIAL WORK: Master’s in Social Work.
  38. SOCIOLOGY: Master’s in Sociology.
  39. SPANISH: Functionally native oral and written fluency in Spanish, the ability to communicate in English, and one of the following: (a) Master’s in Spanish (language or literature); or (b) Master’s in Spanish as a Second Language; or (c) Master’s in the study of the culture or history of the people who speak Spanish; or (d) Master’s in Linguistics, ESL, Education or another language. At least 12 credits of advanced coursework in second language methodology, Spanish literature, Spanish culture, or any combination thereof.
  40. SPEECH: Master’s in Speech, Communicology, Communication, Communication Studies or Speech Communication.
  41. THEATRE: (a) Master’s in Theatre; or (b) Master recognition by Drama and Theatre Community and 10 years related work experience.
  42. WOMEN’S STUDIES: (a) Master’s in Women’s Studies; or (b) Master’s in Field (Art, History, etc.)
  43. ZOOLOGY: Master’s in Zoology.
Desirable Qualifications
  1. Teaching experience at community college level.
  2. Demonstrated ability to work with adult learners.
  3. Familiarity with competency-based instruction and behavioral objectives.
  4. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively.
  5. Experience in curriculum development.

To Apply:
To Apply: No electronic submissions will be accepted. Submit the following documents to the address below: 1) UH Form 27, UHCC Application for Faculty or Executive/Managerial Position (form-fillable available at http://www.pers.hawaii.edu/forms/Application/Form27a.pdf); 2) official transcripts verifying minimum educational qualification and course work to date (copies are acceptable; however, official transcripts will be required at the time of hire), and 3) a one-page statement outlining how you meet the minimum and desirable qualifications. All minimum qualifications must be met by effective date of hire. Separate documents and application materials must be submitted for each discipline. Original signature required on application. An incomplete and/or late application will not be considered. Materials submitted become property of the College and will not be returned.
Address:
  1. Windward Community College
  2. Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
  3. 45-720 Keahala Rd.
  4. Kaneohe, HI 96744
Inquiries:
  1. 808-235-7463

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