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Walla Walla Community College (WWCC) is seeking to create a pool of subject matter experts for the Business Management program with a Concentration in Entrepreneurship. These positions will work for the Corrections Education program at the Coyote Ridge Correctional Center (CRCC) located in Connell, Washington. Schedules and course loads will vary from quarter-to-quarter and will depend on student need. All classes are face-to-face; online courses are not offered.Flexible schedules are available (including day, evening, and weekend classes). This recruitment is to create a pool of applicants to draw from as needed as opportunities arise on a quarter-to-quarter basis. Please indicate in your letter of interest or other submitted documents what specific subjects you are qualified to teach.
The courses listed below apply toward the BAS BM degree. You can find full Master Course Outlines and syllabi for each course on the WWCC website. We specifically need the classes in bold in the coming quarters.
ACCT 115 - Quickbooks ACCT 175 - Payroll Accounting ACCT&201 - Principles of Accounting I BUS 101 - Introduction to Business BUS 102 - Sales and Customer Service BUS 112 - Business Mathematics BUS 151 - Advanced Excel BUS 157 - Human Relations in Business BUS 194 - Small Business Management BUS& 201 - Business Law I BUS 210 - Principles of Marketing BUS 215 - Digital Marketing BUS 287 - Business Project
BUS 300 - Foundations of Management BUS 310 - Foundations of Management and Leadership BUS 330 - Human Resources for Managers BUS 340 - Marketing Management BUS 350 - Entrepreneurial Finance BUS 360 - Project Management BUS 370 - Management Information Systems BUS 410 - Operations Management & Logistics BUS 420 - Business Strategy and Sustainability BUS 430 - International Business BUS 440 - Public Relations BUS 450 - Financial Management BUS 460 - Introduction to Business Analytics BUS 493, 494, & BUS 495 - Capstone ProjectECON& 201 - Microeconomics ECON& 202 - MacroeconomicsPHIL131 - Introduction to Ethics PHIL 330 - Professional Ethics
At Walla Walla Community College, we inspire all students to discover their potential and achieve their goals by providing relevant, equitable, and innovative learning opportunities and services. We have identified three core themes that describe the fundamental aspects of the College's mission by translating it into practice: Student Success, Strong Communities, and Resource Stewardship. As an organization, we value learning opportunities, a sense of community, diversity, health and humor, excellence, integrity, teamwork, innovation, personal and professional growth, and sustainability.
General Responsibilities: This position is filled to fulfill a contract awarded to WWCC by the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges to operate a correctional education program at CRCC in accordance with an interagency agreement with the Department of Corrections (DOC). WWCC and its employees working in a correctional education program are expected to follow all DOC Policies, IT and other Security requirements, the DOC Operational Memorandums, and comply with the Superintendent's directions.
Essential Responsibilities: Faculty members are professionals with the primary responsibility of providing a quality education for all WWCC students. The relationship of the faculty member to the student is one of teacher, mentor, and facilitator of learning. This position reports to the Student Services and Academic Coordinator at CRCC and will be responsible for teaching classes to incarcerated individuals housed at CRCC. Successful candidates will teach assigned classes, prepare teaching materials, track and assign grades, maintain records, take attendance daily, and consult with students as required by the instructional division.
Check emails and inbox on days classes are taught.
Interact with those in custody and/or the public according to expected guidelines; treat students, incarcerated staff, staff, and co-workers with dignity and respect.
Recognize the value of cultural, ethnic, gender, and other individual differences in people.
Build constructive working relationships characterized by a high level of acceptance, cooperation, and mutual respect.
Develop accurate standards to measure learning and administer testing (or other evaluations) to determine effectiveness and ensure a high level of comprehension has been achieved.
Hold students accountable and ensure classrooms are conducted in a manner suitable to all students.
Track students and inform supervisor if students miss more than three classes via email.
Effectively combine an array of methods to enhance understanding, including demonstrations, lectures, group discussions and activities, individual activities, etc.
Be flexible when deciding which teaching methods best serve the student's needs, interests, and ability to learn. Adjust instructional methods and delivery to meet institutional and student needs.
Master's degree in a related discipline required to instruct college-level courses.
Experience working for a company utilizing the course skills.
Experience as an on-the-job trainer, teacher, and/or doing curriculum development desired, but not required.
You don't check every qualification listed? Please apply anyway! Studies have shown that traditionally marginalized communities - such as women, LGBTQ+ and people of color - are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification - even if they might be a great fit for the role! If you're excited about this opportunity but your experience doesn't align perfectly with every single qualification in the job description, we encourage you to still consider applying.
Conditions/Terms of Employment
This is a temporary part-time instruction assignment contingent on enrollment and located at the CRCC. In accordance with the provisions of the Federal Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, WWCC hires only United States citizens and aliens authorized to work in the United States. Persons hired must be able to provide acceptable documentation of lawful authorization to work in the United States within three (3) days of employment and official college transcripts. All WWCC staff members employed at one of the Correction Education facilities must be cleared by an FBI background check before being hired into such positions and complete all required training.
Persons hired must be able to provide acceptable documentation of lawful employment to work in the United States within three (3) days of employment and provide transcripts. WWCC participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. All Walla Walla Community College staff members employed at one of the Correction Education facilities must be cleared by an FBI background check before being hired into such positions and successfully complete a 3-week corrections training program. Information from the background check may not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position. Walla Walla Community College requires all employees to participate in direct deposit for payment of salary.
Department of Correction positions are grant funded and funding is not guaranteed. Upon loss of grant funding, the position will end. WWCC does not absorb the cost to fund DOC grant positions. Compensation
Compensation for adjunct instruction is contingent on enrollment and paid in accordance with the contract between the WWCC Board of Trustees and the WWCC Association for Higher Education. Placement on the faculty salary schedule will commensurate with the educational background and experience per the Faculty Negotiated Agreement(Download PDF reader). Refer to Appendix D for the part-time salary schedule.
Required Application Materials
This position is posted as open until filled and applications will be screened as received.To qualify for consideration, applicants must meet required qualifications and submit a complete application packet that includes the following:
Online NEOGOV application
A letter of interest detailing how you meet the qualifications and competencies for this position
Curriculum vitae or comprehensive resume
Contact information for three professional references.
Unofficial transcripts for application purposes; official transcripts are required prior to an official start date.
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WWCC reserves the right to not fill this position, reject all applicants, or reopen the position. Applications received during this recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies at the College's discretion.
Walla Walla Community College is committed to provide equal opportunity and nondiscrimination for all educational and employment applicants as well as for its students and employed staff, without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, including gender expression/identity, marital status, age (over 40), the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, the use of trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability, or status as a Vietnam and/or disabled veteran, National Guard member or reservist in accordance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Federal Rehabilitation of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and any other applicable Federal and Washington State laws against discrimination. The Human Resources Office is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you need accommodations in the application/employment process, please contact Brooke Marshall, JD/Vice President of Human Resources/Title IX Coordinator/Section 504 Compliance (509) 527-4300 - TDD (509) 527-4412, email firstname.lastname@example.org, address: 500 Tausick Way, Walla Walla WA, 99362.
As the recipient of the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence Award, and gift from Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, Walla Walla Community College is one of the top Community and Technical Colleges in Washington State. Walla Walla Community College supports equal employment opportunities and is a great place to work. It is our Mission and Vision to be the catalyst that transforms our students’ lives and the communities we serve. We employ skilled and dedicated faculty and staff who strive to inspire all students to discover their potential and to achieve their goals by providing relevant, equitable, and innovative learning opportunities and services. We value Teamwork, Excellence, Health and Humor, Innovation, Diversity, Learning Opportunities, Personal/Professional Growth, Integrity and a Sense of Community.