This is a 12-month, full-time grant-funded position reporting both to the ENGC Coordinator and the Title III Project Director. The ENGC Specialist will design courses for a student-centered environment and teach both developmental (nontransfer) and College Composition (transfer) courses. The specific courses taught will depend on student enrollment and institutional need. This ENGC Specialist should have experience with software selection for a small open lab and tutoring experience for all language skill areas: grammar, listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Additional duties will include taking an active role in increasing and supporting the population of under-served, linguistically and culturally diverse students served at all NWACC campuses. In addition, the ENGC Specialist will take a lead role in development of a comprehensive assessment plan for ENGC and meet all accreditation and ADHE (Arkansas Department of Higher Education) requirements.
• Comply with departmental and institutional policies for faculty • Collaborate with stakeholders across campus to meet needs of individual students and groups • Support both faculty and students in ENGC labs • Participate in the development of ENGC and SYFS curriculum with ESP integration • Participate in and conduct professional development opportunities • Remain current in the academic discipline • Attend college wide, division, departmental, and Title III project meetings • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisors • Teach a minimum of 2-3 classes fall and spring • Teach summer classes • Regular, reliable, and non-disruptive attendance is an essential job duty, as is the ability to create and maintain collegial, harmonious working relationships with others. • Teach day, afternoon, or night classes
The following physical activities are associated with the position and will be performed with or without an accommodation. All individuals are encouraged to apply.” Occasionally: • Feeling • Grasping • Reaching • Standing • Stooping • Walking Frequently: • Driving • Hearing • Repetitive motion • Sitting • Talking Constantly: • Manipulate items with fingers, including keyboarding
Minimum of 3 years experience in curriculum design at the community college level.
Master’s in TESL, TESOL, or English with TESL certification.
Credentials to teach college level composition required.
Internal Number: 2020031
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