JOB GOAL: To advance the college's mission, vision, principles, values and strategic initiatives through continuous improvement decisions. GENERAL JOB SUMMARY: Under minimal supervision, Kirkwood Community College is seeking an instructor to teach various English courses for the upcoming Fall 2022 - Spring 2023 Academic Year. The instructor must evaluate, record, and report student achievement and progress in assigned courses in accordance with department, division, and College policies and procedures. UNIVERSAL CORE COMPETENCIES: Advocate for Continual Improvement- empowering each other to identify opportunities for excellence. Collaborate with Mutual Accountability- working together with a willingness to take ownership and account for our actions. Champion Service- anticipating needs and create a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive environment. Perseverance- commitment to excellence even in the face of adversity or delay in achieving success. Lead- regardless of title, through positive influence. DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Constant (67-100%) Effectively organize and teach Basic Writing and Composition curriculum in accordance with established and/or developed syllabi. Effectively teach in various delivery formats. In particular, effectively teach in hybrid (partially face-to-face on campus, partially online) format. Maintain current course syllabi for all courses taught. File a current copy of the syllabus at the beginning of each term in accordance with department guidelines. Effectively organize and prepare learning activities for assigned courses in accordance with established syllabi. Evaluate, record, and share student performance and progress on a regular basis and provide students with timely feedback. Make student referrals when deemed necessary to the other college personnel such as the dean, counselor, Financial Aid, etc., for more specialized information and assistance PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS: Be able and willing to represent the college in the most positive manner with prospective, former, and current students, clients, suppliers, and the community we serve. Welcome, value, and nurture people of all backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences, as well as promote an environment that embraces differences, supports inclusion, and mitigates equity gaps. Possess the ability to organize and present various concepts to a wide range of students with varying backgrounds and abilities, and adjust teaching techniques accordingly. Prepare for, attend, and facilitate all classes and finals as scheduled. Establish and maintain good working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators, and the general public. Communicate in advance to staff, dean, and associate dean when class is cancelled, moved to another location (such as the library), or taught by someone other than you. Send or submit your course syllabi to the office staff at the beginning of each semester. Check rosters to ensure that students in your section are registered for your section. Report attendance for financial aid purposes. Respond to students and to their work in a civil and timely fashion. Report midterm grades and final grades accurately and by the published deadlines. Respond to staff questions about scheduling matters. Respond to staff questions for book orders. Respond to staff and administrative communications about individual students. Respond with data for the department assessment projects. Attend to your Kirkwood email each weekday. PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES WITH/WITHOUT REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: Position involves sitting and/or standing most of the time in a classroom setting. Occasional (10-33%) repetitive motion, stooping, crouching, pushing, pulling, carrying and lifting up to 20 pounds. Frequent (34-66%) reaching, standing, walking, lifting and grasping. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A conferred Master's Degree by date of appointment with at least 18 credit hours in English. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS, LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, OR REGISTRATIONS: Familiarity or experience with teaching college writing at all levels. Graduate coursework in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Instruction of Writing. Experience teaching college composition at all levels. Writing center or teaching experience at a community college. Coursework in college pedagogy. Demonstrated experience working with English Language Learners.