The primary purpose of the Manufacturing Industrial Technology Instructor position is to effectively teach courses within the Manufacturing Industrial Technology Program and Workforce Solutions.courses via face-to-face and online instruction. Campus location may vary.
Application Deadline: Application deadline is March 3, 2021. Applicants will be notified if selected for an interview. Search may be extended if additional candidates are needed.
Hopkinsville Community College is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. We actively seek candidates of color, women, veterans, persons with disabilities and other individuals.
Effectively teach courses within the Manufacturing Industrial Technology Program and Workforce Solutions.
Create and actively engage all areas of the manufacturing sector's academic initiatives to include dual credit, credential audits, and apprenticeship relationships with industry.
Advise students for major and discipline requirements. Take an active role in student success.
Provide for and be actively involved in on-going evaluations, development, and enhancement of MIT offerings.
Maintain, and improve, through professional development, competence in discipline knowledge and instructional techniques and capabilities.
Develop strategic plan for improving the manufacturing program to include; scheduling, recruitment efforts, program offerings, advising, and advisory board effectiveness.
Maintain community relations within the industrial manufacturing community and execute an active advisory council for the MIT Program.
Serve on division, college, and system committees as elected or appointed.
Participate in academic and student enhancement activities.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Associate degree in Manufacturing Industrial Technology (from a regionally accredited institution) and/or industrial experience. PLC, robotics, and automation experience preferred.
Demonstrated commitment to quality instruction and student learning.
Demonstrated commitment to across the curriculum competencies of writing, reading, creative thinking, ethics/values, and integrated learning.
Demonstrated effective technology skills, communication skills (written and verbal), organizational and human relations skills.
Demonstrated commitment to instructional and institutional effectiveness.
Demonstrated commitment to the comprehensive community college concept and team management. Community college experience preferred.
Internal Number: 66900
About Hopkinsville Community College/KCTCS
For many residents of western Kentucky and northern Tennessee, higher education begins at Hopkinsville Community College (HCC). As a true comprehensive community college, HCC provides academic and technical associate degrees; diploma and certificate programs in occupational fields; prebaccalaureate education; adult, continuing, and developmental education; customized training for business and industry; and distance learning. As one of 16 public institutions of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS), HCC provides real opportunity to real people – transforming the economy of the region by transforming the lives of the people who live in it. The faculty and staff of the College serve more than 3,800 credit-seeking students each year by assisting them in reaching their educational and career goals.