Current Job Postings
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eVALUATION PROCESS FOR ADJUNCT and DUAL CREDIT FACULTY
Adjunct and dual credit faculty are evaluated each semester by the program or discipline coordinator who serves as the supervisor. If the adjunct or dual credit instructor is supervised by a division chair, then the division chair performs the evaluation. The evaluation process consists of the following steps.
- The Learner Evaluation of Instruction (LEI) is an HCC assessment administered to students each semester to evaluate the adjunct or dual credit instructor’s performance along with the learning environment. The LEIs are typically completed online, but an in-person administration can be performed if technology is not accessible. The LEIs are compiled by the Office of Knowledge Management and results are distributed by the Office of the Provost to the division chairs and the program/discipline coordinators for review.
- For first-time adjunct and dual credit faculty, classroom observations and course reviews are performed by the division’s course reviewers. (Classroom observations are performed for returning adjunct or dual credit faculty on a schedule determined by the program, discipline, or division.) The observation process is performed using a rubric which helps the faculty member realize performance strengths and weaknesses for improvement purposes. The results are shared with the supervisors of adjunct and dual credit faculty members.
- Adjunct and dual credit faculty who receive underperforming LEI or rubric ratings are required to meet with their supervisor for a performance review. This review consists of identifying areas of instruction that need improvement, creating an improvement plan, and, if necessary, scheduling additional classroom observations. Guidance is provided by the supervisor to help the adjunct or dual credit faculty member improve, and relevant professional development opportunities are encouraged. For online adjunct faculty, assistance is also provided by the Coordinator of Distance Learning.
- Contract non-renewal occurs when underperforming adjunct faculty do not pursue improvement or when improvement is not evident. Contract non-renewal also occurs when student demand for the subject declines, or when institutional budget needs change.
HCC values its adjunct and dual credit faculty. The intent of the evaluation process is to help adjunct and dual credit faculty improve their performance so that students have every opportunity to be successful.
Part-Time Faculty Vacancies
Henderson Community College is seeking applicants for part-time faculty and instructional
specialist positions in the all areas, but especially: English, math, music, nursing,
psychology, and welding. For detailed information access the HCC Employment page or contact the Human Resource department at 2660 S. Green St., Henderson, KY 42420.
HCC is an equal opportunity employer and education institution.
Part-Time Faculty and Instructional Specialist Vacancies available:
Henderson Community College is seeking applicants for part-time faculty positions in the following areas: Art, Biology, Chemistry, Communications, Developmental Math and Writing, Early Childhood Education, English, Foreign Language, History, Industrial Maintenance, Computer and Information Technology, Math, Music, Nursing (LPN and RN), Philosophy, Sociology, Technical Math, Welding, and Library Services. Teaching assignments will be in the day and evening at on-campus and off-campus locations in Henderson and Union Counties and on-line.
Applications are also being sought for a part-time instructional specialist in nursing.
Applications are also being sought for a Medicaid Nurse Aide part-time instructor.
Positions in Art, Biology, Chemistry, Communications, Early Childhood Education, English,
Foreign Language, History, Introduction to Computers, Math, Music, Philosophy, and
Psychology require a Master's degree in the teaching discipline or a master s degree
that includes at least 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline.
Positions in Developmental Math and Writing and Technical Math require a Bachelor's degree in the teaching discipline, a related discipline, or education.
Positions in CIT, Industrial Maintenance, and Welding require an associate or Bachelor's degree and appropriate professional certification and/or industrial experience.
Positions in Nursing require a BSN, an MSN is preferred, and appropriate licensure.
Previous teaching experience is preferred for all faculty positions.
To apply, check out our current career opportunities and submit a letter of interest, online employment application, resume, copies of all college transcripts (official transcripts required for employment).
Henderson Community College, part of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, is an equal access, equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and is committed to providing equal opportunity through its employment practices. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.