Madison Area Technical College
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Job Posting Date:
November 18, 2020
April 16, 2021
Salary and benefits are not provided.
Early College Partnerships
Madison College is recruiting a pool of qualified licensed current high school teachers, who meet the Higher Learning Commission and College requirements, to teach the dual credit/concurrent enrollment courses in the high schools. Applications are accepted on a continuous basis but first review will be in December, 2020 for classes beginning the upcoming 2021 fall semester. This position will close for submission on April 16, 2021.
This position is responsible for the delivery of college courses in the high school setting. This includes following the college curriculum, implementing effective learning strategies, delivering instruction of college-level courses, assessing student learning based on college standards, and participating in college activities at the center/department level.
This position reports to the Associate Dean of the School of Business and Applied Arts and the Dean of Early College and Workforce Strategy.
The following duties are typically expected for this position:
- Responsible for instruction of courses through the Early College Achievement Program.
- Assist in providing academic and career planning as it relates to the college dual credit course and pathways.
- Develop and plan appropriate instructional strategies in collaboration with college faculty mentor.
- Participate in all required dual credit training and required ECAP Workshop and other meetings as determined.
- Assist and advise students who have problems with assignments, tests, grades, course content, and other academic matters in collaboration with college faculty mentor.
- Comply with college policies and directions regarding student testing, record keeping, advanced standing, providing grades on a timely basis, evaluating student performance, and offering student support for their academic needs.
- Demonstrate a commitment to the college’s mission, vision, and values.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Knowledge of current educational methods and strategies, including learner-centered instruction, assessment, evaluation and collaborative techniques and strategies that address closing the gap in student access and achievement across race, gender and disability.
- Skilled in the use of educational technology.
- Knowledge and ability to infuse multicultural perspectives into course content and delivery.
- Skilled in communications and human relations with population having diverse socio-economic and racial backgrounds, as well as individuals with disabilities.
Below is the list of the dual credit courses in business, finance, and marketing areas:
- Master’s degree in Hospitality, Tourism, Travel or related field; OR
- Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality, Tourism, Travel or related field (such as Business Education or Family & Consumer Education)
- Seven (7) years (14,000) hours of related work experience, including five (5) years (10,000) hours in management positions which includes increasing levels of responsibility OR completion of 40-hour Industry Externship with associated coursework.
Principles of Sanitation
- Current ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification
- Food Protection Manager Instructor exam at 90% or better, OR
- Food Protection Manager Certification exam at 90% or better
- If taking Certification exam, rather than Instructor Version, it must be successfully completed at least 90-days prior to teaching a ServSafe class.
- College grant funding will reimburse teacher/district for exam cost after successful completion of Certification as detailed above.
- Complete the approval process for a “Dual-Role Certified Instructor and Registered Proctor” on ServSafe.com.
- Five (5) years of relevant work experience OR completion of 40-hour Industry Externship with associated coursework.
The implementation of concurrent enrollment classes at your high school is an approximate 18-month process. Your application will be reviewed during December and you will be notified at that time if you meet the necessary requirements to teach Early College Achievement Program course/s at your high school the following fall. Content-specific training will occur during the spring months. Renewal to teach concurrent enrollment classes is on an annual basis. It is the applicant’s responsibility to insure that all processes and procedures at the high school have been followed in order to implement concurrent enrollment courses; the college is not responsible for internal high school business processes.
An application is considered incomplete without the following required attachments:
- Resume documenting related workforce experience as well as direct teaching experience
- Copy of DPI license
Submission and receipt of this material does not infer acceptance as an Early College Achievement Program instructor.
If you are experiencing application issues please contact the HR hotline, (608) 246-6900.
Madison Area Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities. Madison College will not tolerate racism or harassment of any kind. We will provide an educational environment that preserves the safety and dignity of our students, staff and faculty . The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Rosemary Buschhaus, J.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Vice President, Human Resources , 1701 Wright St Madison, WI 53704 (608) 246-6900
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