Red Rocks Community College
Full Time Faculty - Accounting/Business Department
Red Rocks Community College seeks applications for a full time faculty position to join our Business Department beginning in August 2018.
Red Rocks Community College exemplifies extraordinary. We are dedicated to our Vision and Mission, which promote student achievement, staff empowerment, and community engagement. We live our values: Integrity, Collaboration, Learning, Inclusiveness, and Communication. (See: http://www.rrcc.edu/diversity) We encourage applications from individuals whose background and interests align with our commitment to inclusiveness.
With an unrivaled reputation grounded in our Values, we stand out as a cutting edge model in higher education. We are one of the first community colleges in the country to offer both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs. Our continued pursuit of excellence is instilled in our employees and has inspired a dynamic and passionate culture.
This position is a full time faculty appointment that performs instruction-related duties and responsibilities in the Business Department at the College. The successful candidate will participate in department, divisional, and college-wide initiatives, provide academic advising and student guidance, and contribute to curricula and program development. The individual will be required to teach both accounting and general business classes.
Teach courses in the Business Department.
- Teach day, evening, and/or weekend courses in accordance with approved course of study or outline utilizing traditional and alternative methods of instruction (including computer-aided, on-line, distance learning, self-paced, interdisciplinary, etc.) where appropriate.
- Coordinate class structure and organization, prepare course materials, demonstrate and maintain currency in the discipline and in teaching methodology, present instructional material effectively.
- Maintain professional and courteous interaction with students and employees, and demonstrate sensitivity to different learning styles.
- Hold regular office hours, encourage student engagement and student achievement, utilize assessment data to facilitate student learning.
- Document teaching and curriculum changes based on assessment results, incorporate course, program, and college student learning outcomes into teaching, utilize student retention strategies, integrate technology into course work as appropriate to the discipline.
- Assist with program and plan development and maintenance, coordinate instructional programs as assigned.
- Review, coordinate, and recommend textbooks and/or class materials. Comply with college procedures pertaining to grading and record keeping.
- Assist in maintaining inventory control of equipment, tools, and supplies required for classes, and in requesting repair and/or replacement for the equipment according to division regulations.
Service: Fulfill the mission and goals of the College outside of the classroom. Provide service to the Instructional Services Division as well as the College and community. Components may include but are not limited to:
- Conduct classroom observations and provide performance feedback for part-time faculty.
- Develop and communicate program policies and procedures to staff and students. Assure the integrity of the established standards and procedures.
- Provide academic and behavioral advising to students to facilitate successful outcomes
- Manage program curriculum development, review, evaluation, updates, and revisions.
- Oversees curriculum delivery via proper scheduling and staffing of courses, managing textbook/lab supplies, and licensing/maintenance of equipment.
- Serve as the college representative on a local board or commission; make community and/or professional presentations and serve as a liaison to local schools.
- Participate in strategic planning, program assessment, and accreditation activities as required by the college.
- Serve as the college representative on a local board or commission; making community or professional presentations;
- Participate in various college, system, and/or professional activities intended for professional development to develop the faculty member and to enhance the faculty member’s contribution to the mission and goals of the department and institution.
- Master’s degree in Business with an emphasis in accounting from a fully accredited institution OR a Bachelor’s degree with an active professional certification such as: CPA or CMA from a fully accredited institution.
- Must possess a State of Colorado Vocational Credential in Accounting or the ability to obtain such a credential prior to the second semester of employment. (Requires evidence of 2000 hours of professional industry experience in a Business or Accounting related field within last 7 years).
- Master’s degree or Ph.D. in Accounting or PhD in Business from a fully accredited college or university.
- An active professional certification such as: CPA or CMA that requires continuing education.
- Experience teaching with technology, in alternative formats.
- Twenty semester (20) semester credit hours teaching experience-community college preferred.
- Recent experience preparing individual tax returns.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Ability to support the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds that are underrepresented in the field.
- Demonstrated ability to teach students using traditional and alternative methods of instruction.
- Demonstrated ability to integrate technology into the classroom.
- Ability to write clearly, succinctly and appeal to the audience and to verbally speak with clarity, brevity, and precision.
- A strong commitment to effective teaching at the community college and an understanding of its philosophy, role, and mission.
Salary: RRCC offers a flexible work environment. This position is a full time 9-month appointment. Starting salary: $45,780-$53,530
To Apply – Complete applications must be received by midnight February 23, 2018.
Applicants should include (1) a cover letter describing their academic qualifications and professional experiences and how they will bring value to the Accounting/Business curricula. Applicants’ statements should detail how their teaching, service and/or work experience has supported the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds that are underrepresented in their field; applicants who have not yet had the opportunity for such experience should note how their work will further Red Rocks Community College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion; (2) a description of teaching philosophy 3) any evidence of teaching effectiveness, and 4) a CV or resume.
Contact information for three references will be asked for in the application.
Applications must be submitted electronically through Red Rocks Community College employment online: http://jobs.rrcc.edu