Chatfield Employment

Chatfield Employment

Project Manager – Online Learning

Chatfield College is seeking a consultant/independent contractor to research, lead, organize and implement the addition of online teaching and learning.  This position is funded from a grant received from the Austin E. Knowlton Foundation for one year, which may be renewable, to support Chatfield’s efforts to offer online and distance learning programs for its students.

Currently, all Chatfield courses are designed and taught as seated courses, although both campuses have WiFi, and ample computer resources including either smart boards or state-of-the-art Sharp Aquos Boards (with 72” touchscreens.)  Instructors often incorporate internet resources, e.g. YouTube clips, into classes, but Chatfield currently has no Learning Management System (LMS.)

The requirements for the position include a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related field, advanced degree preferred, and demonstrated experience and proficiency in:

  • Researching, evaluating and implementing available online platforms; training existing and new faculty with diverse levels of experience in online teaching;
  • evaluating and implementing novel teaching techniques in an online environment;
  • the day-to-day operation of distance education programs at community colleges and universities;
  • being well versed in the most up-to-date online education developments, particularly those that provide teachers inventive teaching methods;
  • the utilization of web-based strategies;
  • the monitoring of online content delivery and progress made toward learning objectives and goals;
  • assessing the implementation of established online learning strategies, including the extent and scope of online course offerings; assessing learning outcomes for online courses as compared to seated courses;
  • supervision of the development of multimedia learning tools such as rich media presentations that contain graphics, video, and audio;
  • inventing new ways to expand the use of technology into new subjects;
  • designing and developing faculty workshops;
  • analyzing the administrative costs of distance education programs;
  • working collaboratively with various constituencies;
  • helping to create and working within budgets for initial set-up, ongoing operations, maintenance and expansion of network infrastructure;

The consultant will report to the Chief Academic Officer (CAO) and work directly with vendors, suppliers, faculty, staff and students.

In addition to a resume, please submit a cover letter addressing why you believe your background and experience will allow you to be successful in the position; your salary history or expectation; your availability to begin employment, if selected, and three professional references. Only applicants who have submitted a cover letter will be considered.

Chatfield College is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate against any applicant on the basis of age, race, religion, gender, disability, or other legally protected class.

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Math Chair & Instructor

Chatfield College is currently seeking applicants for a chair and full time math instructor of the math department. The person selected will teach classes at both campuses, serve on the faculty senate, advise students, and perform other duties as may be assigned by the Chief Academic Officer/Dean.

Essential Functions of the position:

Curriculum

  • Review department course offerings, descriptions, abstracts, syllabi and proposals
  • Work with various faculty committees to develop and revise curriculum, programs and concentrations
  • Ensure high academic standards along with student support.
  • Participate in budget decisions to advance the curriculum, and manage department facilities and equipment
  • Work with the Deans and the Registrar to coordinate and articulate with consortium member schools
  • Provide the finance office with information on textbooks for each class in the department

Assessment

  • Work with department faculty members to develop departmental goals
  • Work with department faculty members to develop and implement a departmental assessment plan
  • Work with various faculty committees and the Deans to implement the college assessment plan

Student Development

  • Teach students
  • Advise and mentor students on matters related to syllabi, academics, attendance, and behavior
  • Mediate between students and departmental faculty before the appeals stage is reached
  • Sit on the academic appeals committee and disciplinary boards at the request of CAO

Faculty Development

  • Participate with the CAO, the Site Directors, and the Registrar in hiring departmental faculty and scheduling classes to utilize strengths and distribute teaching loads
  • Facilitate departmental communication and support including holding departmental meetings
  • Participate in the formative evaluation of department members
  • Mentor other faculty members
  • Use available time for your own scholarly and professional development
  • Participate in the professional development of other department chairs

Responsibilities

  • Teach material from an approved curriculum in accordance with school policy
  • Develop lesson plans for each class
  • Assist students in achieving completion of objectives and provide regular and timely feedback
  • Participate in school retention initiatives and maintain productive contact with students
  • Motivate students to participate in all aspects of the educational process
  • Maintain and report student grades and attendance in accordance with policy
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by the CAO

Retention

  • Encourage enrollment in additional math classes, where appropriate
  • Increase the percentage of students who persist between semesters and are retained from year to year
  • Meet with members of the faculty, staff, and students to plan programs which will encourage students to remain at Chatfield
  • Actively work at solving problems that students find hamper their education

Requirements

Candidate must have a doctorate or a master’s degree and 18 graduate semester hours in math from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the US Depart. of Education and the Higher Learning Commission.  Teaching experience in post-secondary education at an accredited institution is preferred.  Good interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills are required.  Creative, innovative, and problem solving skills are required.  The ability to utilize different methods and mediums to deliver course material is required.  Evening hours and ability to work at both campuses is required.

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Science Chair & Instructor

Chatfield College is currently seeking applicants for a full time chair and science instructor of the science department. The person selected will teach classes at both campuses, serve on the faculty senate, advise students, and perform other duties as may be assigned by the Chief Academic Officer/Dean.

Essential Functions of the position:

Curriculum

  • Review department course offerings, descriptions, abstracts, syllabi and proposals
  • Work with various faculty committees to develop and revise curriculum, programs and concentrations
  • Ensure high academic standards along with student support.
  • Participate in budget decisions to advance the curriculum, and manage department facilities and equipment
  • Work with the Deans and the Registrar to coordinate and articulate with consortium member schools
  • Provide the finance office with information on textbooks for each class in the department

Assessment

  • Work with department faculty members to develop departmental goals
  • Work with department faculty members to develop and implement a departmental assessment plan
  • Work with various faculty committees and the Deans to implement the college assessment plan

Student Development

  • Teach students
  • Advise and mentor students on matters related to syllabi, academics, attendance, and behavior
  • Mediate between students and departmental faculty before the appeals stage is reached
  • Sit on the academic appeals committee and disciplinary boards at the request of CAO

Faculty Development

  • Participate with the CAO, the Site Directors, and the Registrar in hiring departmental faculty and scheduling classes to utilize strengths and distribute teaching loads
  • Facilitate departmental communication and support including holding departmental meetings
  • Participate in the formative evaluation of department members
  • Mentor other faculty members
  • Use available time for your own scholarly and professional development
  • Participate in the professional development of other department chairs

Responsibilities

  • Teach material from an approved curriculum in accordance with school policy
  • Develop lesson plans for each class
  • Assist students in achieving completion of objectives and provide regular and timely feedback
  • Participate in school retention initiatives and maintain productive contact with students
  • Motivate students to participate in all aspects of the educational process
  • Maintain and report student grades and attendance in accordance with policy
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by the CAO

Retention

  • Encourage enrollment in additional science classes, where appropriate
  • Increase the percentage of students who persist between semesters and are retained from year to year
  • Meet with members of the faculty, staff, and students to plan programs which will encourage students to remain at Chatfield
  • Actively work at solving problems that students find hamper their education

Requirements

Candidate must have a doctorate or a master’s degree and 18 graduate semester hours in science from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the US Department of Education and the Higher Learning Commission.  Teaching experience in post-secondary education at an accredited institution is preferred.  Good interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills are required.  Creative, innovative, and problem solving skills are required.  The ability to utilize different methods and mediums to deliver course material is required.  Evening hours and ability to work at both campuses is required.

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Coordinator of Institutional Assessment and Effectiveness

Chatfield College, a private, Catholic liberal arts college with campuses in St. Martin (Brown County) and Cincinnati, OH is searching for a qualified individual to fill the position of Coordinator of Institutional Assessment and Effectiveness.  This position will be responsible for leading and documenting the College’s data gathering, analysis, and reporting, and coordinating the assessment of courses, programs, departments, extra and co-curricular activities, and the college as a whole, consistent with the Chatfield Mission.

This position is full time, with benefits.  Though based at the main campus in St. Martin, some travel to the Cincinnati campus will be necessary. Compensation includes salary, medical benefits, generous PTO, paid holidays, 403 (b) contributions (after 1 year), paid life and short term disability insurance, tuition assistance for employee and family members. Dental, Vision, and AFLAC programs available at employee expense.

Essential Functions:

    • Work closely with the Dean, Registrar, Business Office, Financial Aid, and Enrollment Management to gather and maintain accurate data across all college functions.
    • Utilize and analyze internal and external data to create reports to inform strategic planning, budgeting, and decision-making.
    • Develop and execute assessments activities of courses, academic programs, mission effectiveness, and student life.
    • Help maintain the College’s accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission by coordinating accreditation activities of all departments.
    • Serve as HLC Data Update Coordinator
    • Oversee the ongoing evaluation of student learning and academic achievement to ensure program effectiveness, continuous improvement, and accreditation compliance.
    • Performing other research and assessment activities as assigned by the Dean.

Specific Duties:

    • Collaborate with Dean, faculty, and staff to articulate program outcomes and measures to evaluate and assess student learning.
    • Collect and analyze data from internal and external sources.
    • Work with Dean, faculty and academic advisors to identify and expedite opportunities for continuous improvement.
    • Keep current on best practices in research, compliance, accreditation and assessment.
    • Coordinate periodic reports to, communications with, and site visits from accreditors.
    • Maintain assessment and accreditation reports, data and documentation files.
    • Create and develop responses and reports requested by the College administration as requested.
    • Monitor institutional compliance with Ursuline core values and legacy statement.

Position Requirements

    • Bachelor’s Degree is required, advanced degree preferred.
    • Must understand and support Chatfield Mission and Ursuline Core Values.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to lead teams and work with others.
    • Must be able to operate within strict guidelines and time parameters, meeting deadlines.
    • Strong statistical and analytical skills, including proficiency with computer programs, databases and internet research.
    • Attention to detail.
    • Ability to make meaningful contribution to Chatfield College.
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PART TIME  FACULTY

Chatfield College is seeking qualified Part Time Faculty to teach daytime, evening, or Saturday classes at either our St. Martin, Ohio campus in rural Brown County or our Cincinnati campus located in downtown Cincinnati.

Faculty are needed in all academic disciplines, and applications are considered on a rolling basis.  For a complete listing of current courses, see our Course Catalog.  Disciplinary areas include:

  • Art/Performing Arts/Music
  • Business/Information Systems
  • Community Health Worker/Human Services
  • Education
  • English/Speech
  • General Studies
  • Humanities, including Languages
  • Mathematics
  • Physical and Life Sciences
  • Religious Studies
  • Social Sciences

Pursuant to HLC Assumed Practice B.2., candidates should have attained a Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in the discipline they wish to teach, or a Master’s degree and 18 credits of graduate study in the discipline they wish to teach.  In some cases, equivalent experience may be considered.  Certified transcripts and a background check will be required as a condition of employment.

Chatfield College is a private, Catholic, liberal arts institution offering the Associate of Arts degree and is an equal opportunity employer. Chatfield College is a nonprofit institution, fully accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.

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Various Positions

Chatfield is experiencing growth and expansion as a result of the success of its new campus in Over-The-Rhine and increased enrollment in Brown County.

Applicants are being considered for a wide range of teaching, management, student support, and administrative positions for both campuses. Full-time and adjunct teaching appointments may be available in all academic disciplines.

All positions will commence in June 2016.  Only electronic submissions will be considered. No phone calls, please.

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