The primary role of faculty is to serve as facilitators of student learning. Faculty enhance the learning process through educational and discipline specific professional development activities. Faculty advance the institution through participation in college, professional and community activities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
FACILITATOR OF STUDENT LEARNING: The teaching and learning process is a partnership promoting the exchange of knowledge and experience between teacher and student. This process provides meaningful learning experiences enabling learners to develop their ability to solve problems, think critically and creatively, and communicate effectively while developing marketable technical skills. Faculty do this by:
Developing and revising curriculum
Providing a safe and inviting learning environment
Providing student evaluation and feedback in a timely manner
Participating in the assessment of student learning through program assessment
Maintaining accurate records
Using appropriate learner-centered instructional methods
Keeping current with the use of appropriate technology
Integrating the principles of workplace values in the learning environment
Maintaining equipment and materials in the learning environment
Preparing and distributing course syllabi
Scheduling and maintaining adequate office hours
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH: Faculty enhance meaningful learning experiences by:
Participating in professional activities
Collaborating with colleagues
Exploring innovative teaching, learning, and technology practices, and
Creating, implementing, and evaluating an annual, individualized plan detailing goals for growth in collaboration with the Division Dean.
SERVICE: Faculty promote a positive working relationship through participation and leadership service to:
Professional organizations, and
Candidate must possess a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology and a Master's Degree. Preference will be given to candidates who possess a P.E. license. Bachelor's degree must be accredited by ABET-Engineering Accreditation Commission. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 10 years full time related work experience in a US electric utility field and a minimum of 5 years P&C field experience that includes substation and control house construction and maintenance activities. These activities include installation, calibration and troubleshooting protection and SCADA systems. Prior teaching experience, preferably in a two-year college setting, is preferred. Additionally, the candidate must have excellent verbal and written skills along with a demonstrated ability to motivate students.
Expectation of College service and scholarship within the respective discipline, expectation of student advising and recruitment and retention activities within the Business and Engineering Technology academic program as assigned by the Chair and/or Dean.
About Zane State College - Zanesville, OH
Zane State College, established in 1969, values people through our commitment to quality, equity, and stewardship. Zane State College has campuses in Zanesville and Cambridge, Ohio, and offers eight less than one year certificates, five one year certificates, 29 programs that lead to an associate degree, and one baccalaureate program focused on regional workforce needs.
Students wishing to earn a bachelor’s degree can also receive an affordable start at Zane State College through our transfer degrees. As a comprehensive community college, you can reduce your bachelor’s degree costs through 2+2 and 3 +1 transfer options to a wide selection of public and private universities.