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- Contingent on course offerings and student demand, to begin approximately Fall 2017, pending position clearance, availability of funds, and actual staffing requirements. Position may be converted from 9 to 11 months or 11 to 9 months based on operational needs.
- Under general supervision, design, deliver, and assess instruction in a range of college-level accounting courses including introductory accounting, tax preparation, and applied accounting information systems in terms of student-learning outcomes; develop and/or update course content and materials and teaching and assessment strategies and methods to:
- (1) improve student attainment of learning outcomes;
- (2) address the learning needs of the college's diverse students;
- (3) integrate thinking and writing skills into course content, as appropriate; and
- (4) use multi-media resources, including computers, where appropriate.
- Plan, organize, and independently carry out instructional and non-instructional assignments.
- Perform other teaching-related duties that include, but are not limited to:
- (1) developing and maintaining an approved program of professional self-improvement including in-service training,
- (2) developing and maintaining industry/business relationships and involvement in recruitment and career activities,
- (3) identifying student learning needs and implement constructive responses to them
- (4) preparing course syllabi and
- (5) maintaining office hours for academic advising and for conferring with students about course work (one office hour per week per three-credit class).
- Perform related duties as assigned; and to teach face-to-face, hybrid and online courses which may be scheduled during days, evenings, or weekends as part of regular workload.
- Duties and responsibilities may include instructional assignments involving distance education and/or noncredit teaching assignments. Non-teaching duties include working effectively with others to provide service to the department and college.
- Master’s degree in Accounting (MAcc); or
- Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) including 18 credits in Accounting (graduate or undergraduate – 300 level or higher); or
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and 3 years related work experience in Accounting; experience must be within the last 5 years; or
- Bachelor’s degree in related fields such as Business Administration (in areas other than Accounting) including 18 credits Accounting (graduate or undergraduate – 300 level or higher) and 5 years related work experience in Accounting; experience must be within the last 5 years; or
- Bachelor’s degree in any field and CPA or CMA or equivalent professional accounting certification (in the USA).
- Minimum qualifications must be met by the effective date of appointment. If qualified applicants are not available, others will be considered as acting instructor.
- Related work experience in Accounting within the last 5 years.
- Successful teaching at the post-secondary level as substantiated by student and peer assessments.
- Evidence of ability to work in a collegial manner with peers, department chairs, and administrators.
- Evidence of experience integrating reading, writing, speaking, technology, thinking skills, and team work in the teaching of accounting.
- Ability to write clear prose as substantiated by samples/publications/on-site writing performance.
- Successful use of technology to support instruction inside and outside of the traditional classroom.
- Commitment to the mission and values of the community college with its open-door and multicultural populations.
- Commitment to Kapi‘olani Community College's goal of positioning the College as a leading Native Hawaiian/Indigenous serving higher-education Institution.
- Ability to initiate, execute, and complete projects, including setting specific objectives and measuring results.
- Significant, extensive and current experience operating, managing, or auditing accounting systems utilizing current and appropriate accounting technology, such as entry-level and/or mid-range accounting information systems.
- Experience in business and individual income tax preparation, planning and research, payroll tax preparation, and general excise tax preparation.
- Experience in use of paperless office productivity tools.
- Recent significant professional development activities related to the field of accounting.
- Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant, Enrolled Agent or other substantive professional accounting certification.
- License to practice law in Hawaii or other U.S. state or possession.
- John Richards
- Dean of Hospitality, Business & Legal Education Program
- 4303 Diamond Head Road, Ilima 206
- Honolulu, HI 96816
- John Richards, Dean of Hosp, Business & Legal Ed; 808-734-9518; email@example.com
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