McPherson College seeks an adjunct faculty member to teach Electrical and Electronic Systems courses for automotive restoration students for the 2021-2022 academic year, which begins August 17th and ends May 19th. This is a temporary position and is not benefits eligible.
The course will introduce Ohm’s Law, electrical power, circuit elements and magnetism and induction in electrical circuits. Special emphasis is given to the use of this knowledge in the repair, restoration, and preservation of classic and antique automotive electrical systems.
The successful candidate must be able to:
- Cover characteristics and operations of electrical and electronic systems with special emphasis on their practical application in automotive systems.
- Submit required college reports, forms, and grades in a timely manner.
- Develop and follow a course syllabus following established institutional guidelines.
- Meet and communicate with students either before or after class times or by appointment, electronic communication, or other appropriate methods.
- Evaluate students to measure their progress in achieving course objectives and inform students in a timely manner of their progress.
- Maintain professional relationships with students, colleagues, and the community.
- Attend meetings, trainings, and orientations as required.
- Fulfill other reasonable, related duties as assigned.
- Master’s degree or equivalent experience.
- A strong commitment to undergraduate education is essential and is in keeping with the needs and mission of the department.
- Familiarity with the auto restoration industry is preferred.
Salary: Commensurate with education
To apply, please complete the online application below and include a cover letter, resume, one professional reference which includes the name and contact information, and unofficial transcripts.
Only unofficial transcripts and letters of recommendation may be sent electronically via separate email to firstname.lastname@example.org
No phone calls.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.