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Safety Training Instructor - Continuous Sourcing

Safety Training Instructor - Continuous Sourcing

Posting Date: 
2/11/2016
Job ID: 
2016-1100
Category: 
Adjunct Faculty
# of Openings: 
1
Status: 
Adjunct
Location(s): 
Appleton Main Campus
City 
Appleton
State 
WI
Hours Per Week: 
3-8
Weeks Per Year: 
TBD
Work Schedule: 
TBD
Salary/Rate: 
Adjunct Rate
Anticipated Start Date: 
N/A
Internal Applicant Salary/Rate: 
N/A
Posting Duration: 
Continuous Sourcing
Shift Differential: 
N/A

More information about this job

Basic Functions & Responsibilities

This individual will teach in the Safety Engineering Technology Program and work with representatives from business, service, industry, education, and government to provide training and technical assistance in a cost-recovery basis. Flexibility in the work schedule is essential.

Essential Job Functions/Secondary Job Functions

  1. Business/Industry/Community Instruction. Develop and deliver customized training for various clients and maintain involvement with business/industry/community. Seek and prepare revenue producing contracts. Produce revenue for 100% cost recovery of position and course expenditures.
  2. Facilitation of Learning. Plan, prepare and deliver instruction and facilitate the learning of students in associate degree, technical diploma, continuting education, and/or contract training programs. Assess the learning outcomes of students at the unit, course, and program level.
  3. Curriculum Development. Develop, revise and continually update curriculum and instructional materials which are competency-based, current, consistent with employer expectations, and aligned with the college policy on level of required documentation.
  4. Classroom Management. Fulfill assigned schedule, maintain accurate student attendance and grade records, maintain instructional environment with emphasis on safety, housekeeping and equipment security, and ensure opportunities for student/participant evaluation.
  5. Interpersonal/Team Skills. Participate in activities of the instructional team, including planning, development, scheduling and budgeting as a cooperative and professional team player.
  6. Student Support and Guidance. Advise and support students as a mentor and role model in the achievement of their learning and career goals.
  7. Professional Development. Participate in professional development activities that provide for continually updated knowledge and skills for the role of the contemporary instructor as directed by one’s Individual Professional Development Plan.

       

Qualifications, Training and Experience

  1. Bachelor Degree in Safety, Fire Protection, Emergency Response or in related and appropriate field; Master’s Degree preferred. (Based on experience and expertise, an individual with an Associate Degree or equivalent and willingness to obtain a Bachelor’s Degree within specific timeframe may be considered.)
  2. Minimum of two years of occupational experience in the field of the program or programs being taught, of which at least one year shall be within the last five years; Five years of occupational experience preferred.  (One year of related occupational experience may be waived with at least two years of post−secondary teaching experience in the appropriate occupational field within the last five years.)
  3. One year demonstrated cost-recovery contract training and marketing.
  4. Successful completion of OSHA Voluntary Compliance 500 & 501 courses.
  5. Teaching or training experience is desirable.
  6. Ability to plan, organize, instruct, and facilitate quality education programs, including development of relevant curriculum.
  7. Valid Wisconsin Driver’s License.
  8. Upon hire, must maintain Faculty Quality Assurance System requirements and licensure required by other agencies to maintain individual and program accreditation, if applicable.

Essential Aptitudes, Skills, Knowledge and Personal Characteristics

  1. Current knowledge current trends and principle in emergency response and of the role of the emergency response team and individuals.
  2. Current knowledge of general safety.
  3. Ability to update instructional methods and materials and apply research studies in classroom, lab or fieldwork settings.
  4. Promotes and model professionalism to students, staff and professionals in the field.
  5. Ability to work with diverse student, staff, and community populations.
  6. Ability to communicate effectively, both oral and written, with students, staff, and others.
  7. Success and commitment as a team player, including the ability to engage in win-win thinking and to foster consensus.
  8. Flexibility in schedule, including availability for evening and weekend assignments.
  9. Flexibility, including the acceptance of and willingness to change.
  10. Ability to maintain positive working relationships with a variety of environments and personnel.
  11. Proficiency in computer use and applications which support teaching and learning. Knowledge of computer technology as it applies to the fields of fire and safety and education.
  12. Ability to teach effectively utilizing a variety of instructional methodologies including lecture, lab work, hands on instruction and other instructional methods.
  13. Proficient in the utilization of a variety of media for instruction and with student’s presentations.
  14. Highly motivated with strong interest in contributing to the success of students and the college.
  15. Ability to express sensitivity and empathy to the individual needs of students.
  16. Promotes an educational philosophy which places the primary emphasis on student learning in the design, delivery, and evaluation of courses.
  17. Accepts responsibility for professional and personal growth.
  18. Models a commitment to the mission, purposes, and values of the college.  

        

Benefits (eligibility requirements may apply)

Fitness Center at Appleton Main Campus, On-Site Child Care Facility at Appleton Main Campus

Special Instructions to Applicants

Thank you for your interest in Adjunct Faculty opportunities with Fox Valley Technical College. Upon successful submission of your application, cover letter, and resume, you will be considered for future adjunct faculty opportunities. FVTC will keep your application in our files as a POTENTIAL candidate who could possibly fill a position when or if the need arises. Only if the need shall arise, you will be contacted via the contact information provided on your application.

 

IMPORTANT:  Only if the need shall arise, you will be contacted via the contact information provided on your application.  Otherwise, you will not receive any further contact from FVTC.


Adjunct instructors are hired on a per course basis. The total hours for an adjunct instructor range from approximately 3 hours per week to no more than 8 hours per week. Hours vary and can include both day and evening classes. Courses are taught in both a general lab setting and a classroom setting.

If you should have any questions regarding the position, please contact Jim Lange at langej@fvtc.edu or 920-735-2445.