Location: Gardner, Leominster, Devens, MA Category: PT Adjunct Faculty Posted On: Wed May 25 2016 Job Description:
General Statement of Duties
This particular job posting is an "Open Pool" position. There may or may not be available openings at this time however, when an opening does occur, the hiring manager will draw from the pool of applicants we have on file on an as needed basis.
Part-time; trust funded; Adjunct Faculty DCE MCCC/MTA Unit positions.
Instruction in both traditional and non-traditional learning modes; Instructional preparation; Assessment of student performance; including submission of final grades in a timely fashion; An obligation on the part of the unit member to be available to students by appointment when mutually convenient; Not more than one faculty meeting per session. Other duties as required.
POTENTIAL OPENINGS: MRT 105. Introduction To Mass Media (Formerly BCT 105). 3 Credits. MRT 110. Fundamentals of Video Production (Formerly BCT 110). 3 Credits. MRT 111. Media Theory and Practices (Formerly BCT 111). 3 Credits. MRT 112. Introduction to Audio Production (Formerly BCT 112). 3 Credits. MRT 121. TV Studio Operations and Multicamera Production (Formerly BCT 121). 3 Credits. MRT 122. Fundamentals of Audio Postproduction (Formerly BCT 122). 3 Credits. MRT 202. Media Arts & Technology Internship I (Formerly BCT 202). 3 Credits. MRT 203. Media Arts & Technology Internship II (Formerly BCT 203). 3 Credits. MRT 208. Scriptwriting (Formerly BCT 208). 3 Credits. MRT 209. Broadcast Journalism (Formerly BCT 209). 3 Credits. MRT 211. Advanced Audio Production (Formerly BCT 211). 3 Credits. MRT 214. Media Arts & Technology Operations And Management (Capstone)(Formerly BCT 214). 3 Credits. MRT 216. Digital Cinematography (Formerly BCT 216). 3 Credits. MRT 217. Critical Listening for Audio Engineers (Formerly BCT 217). 3 Credits. MRT 221. Broadcast Performance and Practice (Formerly BCT 221). 3 Credits. MRT 223. Independent Study In Media and Electronic Arts (Formerly BCT 223). 3 Credits. MRT 224. Music Recording and Mixing Techniques (formerly BCT 224). 3 Credits. MRT 227. Advanced Television Production (Formerly BCT 227). 3 Credits. MRT 228. Self Promotion and the Business of Media Arts. 3 Credits. MRT 229. Editing Digital Video. 3 Credits. MRT 231. AV Systems Electronics and Engineering. 1 Credit. MRT 235. DVD Authoring (Formerly BCT 235). 3 Credits. MRT 238. Media Arts & Technology Capstone. 1 Credit.
Bachelor degree with a major in course content area required Evidence of competence in the area of instruction Maintain expertise appropriate to teaching responsibilities 3-5 years teaching experience in a community college preferred
Three (3) current Professional Letters of Recommendation are required in order to be considered for employment. Letters must be dated within 1 year of hire and at least one must be from a supervisor/manager.
We are an innovative institution for teaching and learning excellence. Students and faculty are at the center of everything we do. If you are looking for the opportunity to come to work every day and help students achieve their dreams, Mount Wachusett Community College is the place for you. Our faculty, staff, and administration forge the direction of the college together - from governance to defi...ning our mission. We understand that for our institution to remain relevant we must continually examine and refine the ways we serve our students. We strive to create an environment where students, faculty and staff feel comfortable and where new ideas and perspectives are encouraged and rewarded. We respect and honor our differences and make them work toward the advantage of all. The college is committed to attracting the best faculty and staff for our students, regardless of race, color, religious creed, age, physical or mental disability, sex, national origin or ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information or veteran status. About the College Mount Wachusett Community College is an accredited, public two-year institution serving 29 cities and towns in North Central Massachusetts. The picturesque269-acre main campus is located in Gardner, Massachusetts; satellite sites are located in Leominster, Fitchburg, and Devens. The college offers over 45 associate degree and certificate programs, as well as adult basic education and high school equivalency programs, education and training for business and industry, and noncredit professional and personal enrichment programs. MWCC is on the forefront of state and national civic engagement and service learning initiatives and is nationally recognized as a veteran- friendly school. MWCC is in the process of constructing a $42 million science and technology building to support growing STEM programs. The college community enjoys many resources including the East Wing Art Gallery; the 555-seat Theatre at the Mount which hosts a variety of productions annually; the Fitness and Wellness Center, which offers a wide assortment of fitness classes, exercise equipment and an Olympic-size swimming pool; a complete library with access to thousands of on-line publications and data bases, as well as electronic classrooms. In addition, through its membership in the CWMARS regional library system, access is available to all other public and academic libraries in the region. Our Green Commitment In addition, if sustainability is important to you, Mount Wachusett Community College offers the chance to work at one of the greenest colleges in the nation. We are the largest greenhouse gas reducer of any Massachusetts state college, university, or agency, as recognized by the 2011 Leading By Example Award from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We have also been nationally recognized with a Climate Leadership Award from Second Nature, the supporting organization of the American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment, and several other organizations. Our Gardner campus features two 1.65 MW Vestas V82 wind turbines that are propelling us to near-carbon neutrality for campus operations. With the college's biomass and solar technologies incorporated into the mix, coupled with significant efficiency improvements, MWCC generates nearly all of its energy on-site to operate as a near-zero net energy campus. About our benefitsOur full-time faculty and staff enjoy a liberal benefits package, including generous retirement plans, eleven health insurance options, dental care, life insurance and long-term disability insurance. In addition, we offer a tuition remission program which provides education benefits at Massachusetts state colleges, community colleges, and University of Massachusetts Colleges for full-time employees, their spouses and dependent children. Education and lifelong learning are valued here. Additionally, sabbatical opportunities and other professional development opportunities are possible. About the regionMount Wachusett Community College is located a few hours from the stunning beaches of the Cape Cod National Seashore, an hour's drive from the cultural attractions and big city lights of Boston, and forty-minutes from the county seat of Worcester, with museums, a thriving restaurant scene, and excellent amenities. A wide variety of state and national parks, including the Appalachian Trail, the White Mountains, the Berkshires and the Green Mountains are all a day-trip away. The best that New England has to offer is here: quaint villages, bustling cities, and beautiful vistas. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Worcester Art Museum and the Fitchburg Art Museum offer incredible collections. There are opportunities for great shopping in area cities, towns, and nearby outlet malls. North Central Massachusetts is home to excellent public, charter and private schools as well as an affordable lifestyle. Hiking, biking, and walking trails are spread throughout the region as well, for those seeking to maintain an active outdoor lifestyle. We hope you will consider applying for one of our open positions, and discover all that Mount Wachusett Community College and the North Central Massachusetts region have to offer.