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- Federal funds, may begin approximately May 2017. Annual contract renewal, possible renewal pending availability of funds and actual staffing requirements. Currently in year two (2) of a five (5) year federal grant. Assignments may include evening, weekend, on-and off-campus assignments, and distance education assignments using multiple methodologies. Position may be converted from 9 to 11 months or 11 to 9 months based on operational needs.
- Under general supervision of the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs and in coordination with Hawai`i Life Styles faculty and staff, primary duties include: curriculum research, development, and instruction of Hawai`i Life Styles courses with a special focus on General Hawaiian Studies (Kapuahi) & Culture Pathways, teach approved courses as directed.
- Teach college transfer/non-transfer level Hawaiian courses in language, history, religion, plants, oral literature, mythology, music, arts & crafts, fishing, trails, culture, and leadership in the Hawai`i Life Styles Certificate and A.A. degree courses.
- Prepare, revise, and assess course objectives and student learning outcomes at the course, program, and college levels.
- Conduct academic advising of students.
- Maintain office hours.
- Perform campus-related activities; participate in department, college and community services as appropriate, and in service training.
- Develop and maintain a program of professional self-development activities.
- Collect data and prepare reports.
- Plan, organize and carry out instructional and non-instructional assignments.
- Perform related duties as assigned.
- (a) Master's Degree [focus on Hawaiian and/or Pacific Island area]; If qualified applicants are not available, others may be considered on an acting instructor basis.
- OR (b) Bachelor's Degree [focus on Hawaiian and/or Pacific Island areas] plus three years related work experience. If qualified applicants are not available, others will be considered on an acting instructor basis.
- Demonstrate special skills and knowledge in Kapuahi (General Hawaiian Studies Courses).
- Comprehensive demonstrative portfolio of formal Hawaiian cultural training and practices.
- Native or near native fluency in Hawaiian language.
- Community college teaching experience.
- Ability to work well with students and faculty in multi-cultural setting.
- Successful working relationship with community agencies, private sector groups, educational institutions, and other organizations impacting on native Hawaiian community and natural resources.
- Knowledge and understanding of community college philosophy.
- Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
- Hawai`i Community College
- 1175 Manono Street
- Hilo, HI 96720
- Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs; 808-934-2518
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