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Math/Pre-Engineering Instructor, Browning
Blackfeet Community College in Browning, Montana
 
 
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Date Posted 06/24/2022
Category
Faculty-Science-Mathematics
Employment Type Fulltime
Application Deadline Open until filled
 
 
 
 
 

Math/Pre-Engineering Instructor, Browning

Description
Location: 504 Southeast Boundary Street
Browning, MT, 59417
United States
Base Pay : $31000.00 - $33530.00 / Year
Relocation Expense Covered:No
Employee Type : Full Time Exempt
Required Degree: 4 Year Degree
Manage Others: No
Contact Information
Name:Daisy Gilham
Phone:406-338-5441
Email:dlouis@bfcc.edu

Closing : 7.22.22

Department : Academic Affairs

Personnel Definition : Faculty, Regular Full-Time

Term of Employment : 20 pay periods

FLSA Exempt

Supervision Received The levels of supervision received (chain of command) are:
• Math/Science Division Chair
• Vice-President of Academic Affairs
• President

Supervision Exercised : None

General Statement of Duties

Under the supervision of the Math/Science Division Chair, this individual will be responsible for instructing Math and pre-engineering courses, assisting the Division Chairperson in researching documentation for development of curriculum/instruction materials, advising students, and serving on committees.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor degree in Math or related field required.
  • Masters Preferred.
Requirements

Knowledge Required:

• Knowledge of curriculum development
• Knowledge of effective teaching strategies
• Knowledge of organizing, planning, and instructing required courses
• Knowledge of Blackfeet tribal, historical and cultural ways and means.

Skills Required:
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Computer skills with a variety of software and hardware
• Strong teaching skills
• Organizational and analytical skills

Abilities Required:
• Ability to make effective decisions and accomplish goals and objectives with limited supervision.
• Ability to work with students in a class setting.
• Ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with BCC students, staff and community.

Summary

• Instruct a maximum of 15 credits per semester to assure adequate scheduling for students who wish to work toward a certificate or two-year degree in accordance with published BCC catalogs.
• Identify current information to use as library resource materials. Research material/instructional documents to use in instruction, research, readings, or supportive materials for the department.
• Participate in the advising process for associate degree in Pre-Engineering. This includes but is not limited to being available during pre-registration and regular registration, maintaining consistent office hours, maintaining contact with students throughout the semester, and maintaining advising records and two-year education plans. If a student identifies any special needs, this must be communicated to the counselor for proper follow up.
• Assist the Chairperson on articulation of courses relevant to the transfer of these specific courses to other TCCCs and to four-year degree granting institutions.
• Work with the Division Chairperson to establish an advisory committee with a broad spectrum of representatives to guide/assist in enhancing the department and curriculum. This committee should meet at least one time per year with minutes distributed and follow up made with the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Services and the Curriculum Committee as needed.
• Maintain liaison with reservation community, relevant tribal programs, government, schools and individuals to utilize resources available in the community.
• Assist the Division Chair in maintaining records, curriculum information, student records, course syllabi and outlines, activities held, book orders, attendance records, grade records, advising files, education plans, referrals, instructor withdrawals, etc., and have available upon request.
• Provide required assistance and documentation in working with Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
• Complete student course evaluations on a semester basis.
• Assist on special projects, ad-hoc committees, as directed or required by the Division Chair or Dean of Academic Affairs.
• Prepare reports as required.
• Work with college readiness instructors for seamless transition into regular courses.
• Other duties necessary to the function of BCC, as needed.

This position is required to have an extensive knowledge of the principles, techniques and ethics of instruction, particularly with Native Americans and Adult and Higher Education. The person needs to have a working knowledge of research techniques and how to develop curriculum.

Has contact with personnel in all departments, students, Board of Trustees, Blackfeet Tribal departments and programs staff, and other related entities and persons that are necessary to contact to conduct the day-to-day business operations of the Math/Science Division.


Work is performed in a normal office environment. Duties require extensive use of computers and office equipment. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet. Normal demand of office work is applicable. Walking, standing, and sitting at desk are required. Some lifting will be required (i.e. books, equipment, and other miscellaneous materials).


This position will be guided by:
• Position Description
• BCC Policies and Procedures Manual
• BCC Catalog
• All applicable tribal, federal and special policies, laws, rules and regulations as they apply.

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