POSTED: 9 March 2016
Starting salary is commensurate with educational qualifications and experience.
This is a 9 or 10.5 month contract. There is normally no personal contact with
applicants unless they are selected for an interview.
School Background and Objectives:
Cy-Fair College, the fifth comprehensive college in the North Harris Montgomery Community College District, opened in fall 2003. NHMCCD, the fourth largest community college district in Texas, serves the north Houston, Texas region with North Harris, Kingwood, Tomball and Montgomery colleges. We are currently seeking applications for faculty and staff who share our commitment to performing and supporting academic excellence, exceptional service and a dynamic climate for lifelong learning. Individuals with an interest and/or experience in quality service to students and the community, a collaborative work environment that will focus on cross training and shared assignments, interdisciplinary teaching, learning communities, accountability and effectiveness of student learning, and the effective use of technology are encouraged to consider joining the staff and faculty of Cy-Fair College.
Duties and Requirements:
Teaches courses in the Interpreter Training program primarily ASL courses.
Establishes student internship sites within the community.
Collaborates with CE specialists to develop CE schedules and teach CE courses, when applicable.
Teaches courses at a variety of times.
Serves on college and district committees as required.
Serves as a community resource person and represent the college to outside groups when requested.
Works collaboratively with other faculty, CE staff, departments and divisions on schedule development, marketing events, faculty recruitment, hiring, classroom observation, student recruitment and retention efforts, budget development and special events.
Submits required college reports and forms in a timely manner.
Develops and utilizes a course syllabus for each course, following established institutional guidelines.
Advises students in academic matters.
Provides timely, quality access to students through posted office hours, electronic communication and other appropriate methods.
Continuously improves instructional quality by reviewing and utilizing innovative methodologies, techniques, and delivery methods, including collaborative learning, learning communities, service learning, instructional technology, and distance education.
Masters Degree in Deaf Education, Linguistics Deaf Studies, American Sign Language and/or related area.
One year relevant teaching experience in related field.
Experience using innovative strategies and technology in the classroom.
Distance education certification or a commitment to obtain certification through NHMCCD (or equivalent) within 12 months of employment.
Demonstrated interest and/or experience with interdisciplinary teaching, service learning, learning technologies, course development, and adult learning methodologies including collaborative learning, learning communities and distance learning.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Commitment to academic excellence, exceptional service, and providing a dynamic climate for lifelong learning.
Earned doctorate in deaf education, deaf studies, American Sign Language, and/or related area.
3 years related work experience W/RID certification. ASL TA certification and/or TEC-ASL. Community college experience. Bi-lingual.
For the complete job descriptions, submission requirements, and access to our on-line application,
please visit our web site at https://jobs.nhmccd.edu. All positions are subject to a criminal background check. AA/EOE.
Please do not fax, mail, or e-mail any documents.
Lamar University , Beaumont , Texas
Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/ Professor
(American Sign Language - ASL)
Example of Work Performed
General Qualification Requirements:
Ph.D. or Ed.D. in American Sign Language, ASL Linguistics or related field highly preferred. Recent graduates and ABDs (All But Dissertation) considered. Preference given to candidates certified by a credible ASL licensing agency.
Teaching experience and specialization in American Sign Language (ASL). Experience in Bilingual Education (English and ASL). Should have experience working with Deaf students in a K-12 school program. Should be knowledgeable of current teaching methodology.
Performance and knowledge base appropriate to responsibilities described above.
Physical/Mental Abilities Required:
All candidates having the above credentials and skills will be considered. Additionally, candidates must have the:
· Ability to work cooperatively with fellow employees and supervisors
· Ability to come to work in a timely and predictable manner
· Ability to tolerate criticism
· Ability to tolerate stressful conditions
· Ability to follow university policy and procedures~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Position: Developmental Studies Writing Instructors #06-305
Experience and other Qualifications Required:
Bachelors degree required. Previous related experience preferred.
Ability to use computer programs, including Office, Novell GroupWise,
Internet Explorer. Bachelor's degree in Developmental Studies or English
required, MA preferred. Knowledge of sign language or willingness to learn.
Teaching and/or tutoring experience with deaf college students in
Developmental/Remedial education or English preferred.
Description of Job Duties:
Teach four or five lecture/lab courses per semester. Serve as academic
advisor to students and serve on district and campus wide committees.
Salary Range: Faculty Salary Schedule
Position Available: August 1, 2006
Apply to: SouthWest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf of Howard
College, Provost, Dr. Ron Brasel, 3200 Avenue C, Big Spring, TX 79720
Phone: Voice/TDD: 432-264-3700
Cheng Tan (deaf)
Division Director of General/Developmental Studies
Associate Professor Math
Funded by the US Department of Education
* Doctoral Level Leaders (funded)
* Hispanic teachers in Deaf Education (funded)
* Deaf and Hearing Teachers (funding pending notification expected Summer 2000)
All minority and deaf candidates are encouraged to apply. Please contact Dr. Gabriel A. (Tony) Martin for more information and applications: