PART TIME CHAIR & INSTRUCTOR- MUSIC,ARTS, AND
Chatfield College is currently seeking applicants for a part time chair and instructor of Music, Arts and Performing Arts. The Chair will oversee the areas of Music, Art, and Theater. The person selected will teach classes, serve in faculty governance, coordinate learning assessment, and perform other duties as may be assigned by the Chief Academic Officer/Dean.
Pursuant to HLC Assumed Practice B.2., candidates should have attained a Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in the discipline , or a Master’s degree and 18 credits of graduate study in the discipline. 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.
Essential Functions of the position:
- Review department course offerings, descriptions, abstracts, syllabi and proposals
- Work with the faculty governance system 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
- 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
- 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
- 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
- Teach material from an approved curriculum in accordance with college policy
- Develop lesson plans for each class
- Assist students in achieving learning outcomes 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
- Encourage enrollment in additional music or art 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.
FULL-TIME, PART-TIME FACULTY & DEPARTMENT CHAIRS
Chatfield College is seeking qualified full-time and part-time faculty and department chairs 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 is 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
- General Studies
- Humanities, including Languages
- 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.Apply Now
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 discipline.
Only electronic submissions will be considered. No phone calls, please.Apply Now