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Associate Professor of Carpentry - Prison Programs -- Thatcher Campus
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Associate Professor of Carpentry
College and Area Information:
Eastern Arizona Collegeâ€™s District Offices are located in Thatcher, Arizona, a beautiful rural area withÂ easy access to arid as well as mountainous recreation. The College is located approximately 125 milesÂ northeast of Tucson and 165 miles southeast of Phoenix. EAC is a comprehensive community collegeÂ offering five associate degrees across nearly 50 programs of study. Eastern Arizona College is the oldestÂ member of the Arizona Community College system and is fully accredited by The Higher LearningÂ Commission.
Position Summary and Organizational Relationship:
The Associate Professor of Carpentry reports to the Coordinator of Prison Programs. Funding for thisÂ position is contingent upon continuation of a contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons and continuationÂ of this position/program within that contract. This is a nine-month contract.
- Five years verifiable occupational experience in Carpentry or related areas
- Must pass extensive background checks by the Federal Bureau of Prisons
- Must pass pre-employment drug screenings as required by the Federal Bureau of Prisons
- Ability to work effectively in a high-security setting with a diverse group of individuals
- Ability to effectively utilize computer programs and productivity tools for communication, record keeping, supplemental instruction, instructional preparation, etc.
- Must be willing and able to work a non-traditional schedule at FCI Safford Prison.
- Ability to work and interact effectively with Federal Bureau of Prisons staff, College personnel, and students and be able to deal with the challenges and stress of a high security environment
- Teaching experience in Carpentry and the ability to relate to and address all levels of student preparation
- Strong organizational and record keeping skills
- Experience working in a high security environment with an all-male student clientele
- Teach incarcerated adult male students approximately 30 hours per week
- Adhere to a work schedule determined by the contracting agency that will include training days
- Teach to proficiencies in blueprint reading, construction math, carpentry and residential framing.
- Maintain true and accurate records reflecting student progress and achievement for all courses taught
- Update course outlines, pre- and post-test and curriculum as needed
- Comply with all Federal Bureau of Prisons policies and procedures as well as all District policies and procedures
Applicants should submit a letter of application addressing each of the required and preferredÂ qualifications and describing experiences related to the position responsibilities, a signed copy of the EACÂ application form available on EACâ€™s website (EAC Application Form to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail all
documents to the address listed below:
Eastern Arizona College
Human Resources â€“ AP243
615 N. Stadium Avenue
Thatcher, AZ 85552-0769
The submission of all required application materials for the screening committeeâ€™s review is theÂ responsibility of the applicant.
Applicants must be prepared to interview at their own expense.
Open until filled. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the successful candidateÂ is identified.
Compensation and Position Availability:
The initial compensation range is $41,037 to $53,349 plus a cash flex benefit. The anticipated start date
is January 2023.
Human Resources Department
Voice: (928) 428-8915
FAX: (928) 428-2578
EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
Eastern Arizona College is in compliance with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education AmendmentsÂ of 1972, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, disability,Â age, or sex in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. This includes, but is not limited to, admissions, employment, financial aid,Â educational services, programs and activities.
Eastern Arizona College complies with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, 20 U.S. Code Â§ 1092(f) and the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, by distributing an Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.Â The report is intended to inform the campus community of campus safety information, Clery Act crime statistics, on-campus housingÂ fire data and statistics, and policies and procedures relating to sexual violence, emergency response, and other safety factors. AÂ copy of EACâ€™s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report can be found atÂ http://www.eac.edu/About_EAC/Consumer_Information/report.pdf. Additional copies are available at the Alumni Library (ThatcherÂ Campus), the Learning Resource Center (Payson Campus), and the library (Gila Pueblo Campus). A paper copy of the report will beÂ provided upon request at EACâ€™s District Office, located at 615 N. Stadium Avenue, Thatcher, AZ.
A daily crime log listing all criminal and alleged criminal incidents reported to campus police/security is available on-site, during normal business hours, at each of the campuses: EAC Police Department, located at 620 N. College Avenue, Thatcher, AZÂ (Thatcher Campus); Gila Pueblo Campus Administration Office, located at 8274 Six Shooter Canyon Road, Globe, AZ (Gila PuebloÂ Campus); and Payson Campus Administration Office, located at 201 N. Mud Springs Rd., Payson, AZ (Payson Campus).
A fire log containing all reported fires that occurred at any of EAC's on-campus student housing facilities is available during normalÂ business hours at the Housing Office, located at 900 N. College Avenue, Thatcher, AZ.Â
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