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Instructor, Criminal Justice (part-time)
Salary: $28.77 - $35.85 Hourly
Job Type: Part-Time
Job Number: 2021-03565
Location: Oak Creek, WI
Division: Community & Human Services Pathway
Candidates are required to submit copies of transcripts for all degrees obtained to be considered (unofficial transcripts are acceptable). Please make sure to carefully review requirements and submit a complete application describing your experience and providing all required documents to best assess your qualifications.
Hours vary based on departmental needs
Develops and teaches concepts and strategies for a variety of courses. May require teaching courses at MATC campuses, business, community, other sites, and online during the day, evening, and/or weekend. Related duties include participation in department and advisory meetings, department and college functions, course and curriculum development in both traditional and non-traditional formats, online courses, staff development, conduct open labs (if/when necessary), student advising, student outcome assessment and quality review assessment and implementation, student organization involvement, recruitment and retention of students, and other duties as assigned**. Required to keep current with the latest trends and technologies in discipline.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities
- Prepare for and deliver instruction and perform teaching-related activities.
- Manage the classroom/laboratory.
- Develop curriculum and monitor and revise as appropriate to maintain course effectiveness; assist in program/department evaluation. **
- Manage equipment, supplies and materials.
- Assess student performance.
- Advise students on academic issues. **
- Collaborate with advisory committee in program/department area. **
- Attend departmental and institutional meetings. **
- Promote the education/training program/department, participate in efforts to recruit and retain students, and participate in efforts to promote educational opportunities at MATC.
- Support student organizations and activities. **
- Develop relationships with business and industry. **
- Complete program/department evaluation and follow-up.
- Maintain certification, continue professional development and stay current in field.
- Other related duties as assigned.
- AAS or higher degree in Police Science/Criminal Justice/Correction or a related field OR
- Employed in Law Enforcement or Corrections prior to 1993 must show more than 10 years of continuous employment in Law Enforcement or Corrections (Jail).
- Must have 5 years (10,000 hours) of work experience as certified law enforcement officer or a corrections (jail) officer. OR
- Must have 5 years (10,000 hours) as a certified Wisconsin Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Standard Board (LESB) law enforcement of jail instructor.
- In addition, one of the following must be met:
- At least one year of work experience must have occurred within the last five years OR
- Two years of teaching police science, criminal justice, or corrections course work at the post secondary level within the last five years.
- Must be able to be certified as a General Law Enforcement Instructor or General Jail Instructor by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Standards Board (LESB) and the ability to be certified as a topic-specific instructor.
- Previous teaching experience preferred.
- Experience in teaching and/or developing curriculum in a variety of classroom environments including in-person and online.
- Experience using a variety of instructional methods including: face-to-face, blended, and 100% online preferred.
- Must be able to develop and maintain curriculum currency.
- Working knowledge of computers and software related to instructional area including MS Office/Google Suite, data systems, mobile technologies, web conference tools, and social networking; and knowledge of, or willing to learn, Blackboard or similar learning management system (LMS) preferred.
- Knowledge or experience with engaged and service learning strongly required.
- Must be able to communicate effectively through both oral and written means.
- Must have knowledge of assessment of student academic competency attainment.
- Must be able to relate successfully with students and staff of diverse cultural, social and educational backgrounds.
- Must embrace and demonstrate Standards of Teaching Excellence and the MATC Career Essentials in development and delivery of instruction:
- Effective Communication through Speaking and Listening
- Effective Communication through Writing
- Mathematical Competency
- Effective Problem Solving
- Global Awareness
- Technology Competency
- Email - Experience with email systems
- Telephone - Experience with a voice mail system
- Computer - Experience with software to prepare documents, presentations, spreadsheets, etc.
- Experience with or willingness to learn the following supportive technologies:
- Online Learning Management and Information Systems used for instruction, student advising, student programs/departments, grading, class schedules and rosters, etc.
- Experience delivering synchronous instruction using multi-media based, and emerging technologies.
- Experience delivering distance learning where applicable.
To apply, visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/matc/jobs/3239119/instructor-criminal-justice-part-time
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