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Perform duties that require repetitive bending, stooping, and lifting Perform duties that require standing or walking for extended periods of time, such as mopping, scrubbing, stripping, waxing, edging, performing security checks, performing maintenance installations or repairs, etc.

Substitute or Temporary (one year or less) Advanced Support Staff Levels (E3, E2, E1) (e.g., Secretary, Manager, Specialist, Officer, Technician, Crew Chief, Accountant, etc.) May require mastery of the basic and advanced clerical skills at the Clerk I and Clerk II levels May require performance of other advanced skills that are unique and specific to the assigned job May require handling of sensitive information of a confidential nature May require advanced computer and/or technical skills May require specialized training, technical skills, certification, or licensure (e.g., Electrician’s license, etc.) May require advanced job related experience May require participation in annual planning and evaluation sessions in support of the College’s vision, mission statement, and institutional goals and objectives May require participation in staff meetings and professional development activities as appropriate

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Adjunct or Substitute Instructors:

  • 1.

    Demonstrate commitment to:

    • student retention and success

    • challenging and cultivating student achievement beyond the classroom

    • supporting a diverse population of learners

    • working in a participatory and collegial setting

    • supporting continuous improvement of curricula and services

  • 2.

    using technology and other innovative approaches to enhance the teaching/learning process

  • 3.

    participation in professional growth activities

  • 4.

    Post and maintain regular office hours in accordance with prevailing policy

  • 5.

    Must be able to work as a team member

  • 6.

    Demonstrate ethical behavior, loyalty, honesty and integrity, both on and off campus

  • 7.

    Communicate effectively with the Division Chair and other faculty and staff

  • 8.

    Complete assigned tasks in a timely and systematic manner

  • 9.

    Perform other duties as assigned by the Division Chair and Associate Dean of Academic or Technical Services

Substitute or Temporary (one year or less) Support Staff:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Must be able to work as a team member Demonstrate ethical behavior, loyalty, honesty and integrity, both on and off campus Communicate effectively with Supervisor and other staff members Complete assigned tasks in a timely and systematic manner Perform other duties as assigned by the Supervisor, Crew Chief, Grounds Manager, Maintenance Manager, or Security Manager (whichever is applicable)

SALARY:

Adjunct instructors are generally paid a flat rate of $700 per credit hour taught when the class meets minimum enrollment requirements. Classes that do not meet minimum enrollment requirements may be

compensated compensated

arrangements for substitute instructors may vary depending on the duration of the assignment and the instructional division (academic or technical) within the College. compensation arrangements for substitute instructors will be determined by the College.

instructional Appropriate

on a pro rata basis or cancelled on an hourly basis based on

at the discretion of the College. Selected contact hours rather than credit hours.

classes may be Compensation

Full-time (40 hours per week) Substitute or Temporary Support Staff will be compensated at the same rate as the employee for whom they are substituting. Part-time Substitute or Temporary Support Staff (20-39 hours per week) are compensated at the same rate as the employee for whom they are substituting. Part-time Substitute or Temporary Support Staff (19 hours or less) are compensated on an hourly rate without benefits. The hourly rate will be determined by the Dean who has administrative responsibility for the position.

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