Dual Credit and Dual Enrollment Instructor

  • McHenry County College
  • Crystal Lake, IL 60012
  • Dec 05, 2022
Part time / Adjunct Admissions/Retention/Enrollment Mgmt.

Job Description


Position Requisition Information

Job Title Dual Credit and Dual Enrollment Instructor
Department College & Career Readiness
FLSA Status Exempt
Job Type Contingent/Seasonal/Temporary
Employee Type Part Time
Hiring Range Commensurate with experience
Grant Funded No
Work Year Fall Semester
Work Year-Other Information
Typical Work Schedule
FALL 2022
Bargaining Unit Eligibility No
Work Week Other
Work Week-Other Information
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Special Instructions to Applicants
Position Information for Posting

Position Introduction
Approved dual credit instructors will deliver dual credit coursework at local high schools. Dual credit instructors will work in tandem with McHenry County College faculty to infuse college rigor into high school class structure.
Position Summary
Deliver quality dual credit course work at local high schools
Reports to Director of College and Career Readiness
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
1. Utilizes active learning and student success strategies in the classroom.
2. Keeps up-to-date in teaching area/discipline including licenses, training or certificates as applicable.
3. Teaches to pre-approved course objectives.
4. Instructs students in the facts and skills pertaining to the assigned course(s).
5. Considers the general and special needs of all students, and when necessary, seeks additional help from and/or refers students to other college support services.
6. Electronically submit syllabi to Director of College and Career Readiness.
7. Creates, updates, and distributes to all students every semester a course syllabus according to the format required by Board policy.
8. Prepares and delivers according to assigned schedule a final exam unless exception is preapproved by Dean.
9. Submits midterm enrollment verification forms and final grade reports, notices, attendance records by due dates and any other reports pertaining to assigned course.
10. Informs department chairperson/program coordinator and dean inwriting of any pending problem the instructor is aware or should be aware of that may have a detrimental effect on department, school, or college.
11. Keeps students informed of course progress both verbally and electronically as appropriate.
12. Informs students of relevant educational and occupational opportunities.
13. Commits best resources to success of all of students by recognizing, understanding and embracing diversity.
14. Conducts classes as scheduled and approved by dean's office.
15. Cooperates with department chairperson/program coordinator, department members, and the appropriate administrators in the development of curriculum, in the preparation and update of course syllabi, course outlines, selection of textbooks and assessment activities.
16. Welcome to attend regular department/program meetings and college meetings as available.
17. Holds office hours for students as outlined in course syllabus and in space available by college.
18. Utilizes appropriate written and oral communication skills.
19. Understands and appropriately utilizes all instructional technology as available in classrooms and labs.
20. As appropriate maintains classroom and/or lab equipment in good order and, when needed, maintains an inventory of assigned equipment and supplies.
21. When needed, recommends library books and other instructional materials and places reading materials on reserve in the library.
22. Follows Handbook policies and procedures.
23. Performs other duties as requested or assigned. These other duties shall be restricted to those duties which the adjunct faculty member would or should normally perform for the current semester that they are assigned.
Required Education Master's Degree from a regionally accredited institution
Other Required Qualifications
Typically for Non-CTE courses the instructor must hold a Master's degree with 18 credit hours in their content area. Typically for CTE courses the instructor must hold a Bachelor's degree in their curricular area and have 2,000 hours of professional work experience
Desired Qualifications
Skills and Specifications
Location Main Campus

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