Normandale Community College is located in Bloomington, Minnesota, which is in the southwest metropolitan region of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota and one of the fastest growing areas of the state. With a population of over 3.5 million, the Twin Cities is home to a variety of cultural communities and features a growing economy, a plethora of arts and recreation opportunities, excellent public schools and health care systems, as well as thriving cultural and community organizations. A recent study estimates the contribution of Normandale Community College to the regional economy to be over $410 million dollars and 3,474 jobs.
Founded in 1968, and offering over 50 Associate degree programs, Normandale is the largest community college in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, serving almost 15,000 students from diverse backgrounds. With student success as a primary focus, Normandale is dedicated to the mission of ensuring students have the highest quality education. To learn more about Normandale's vision and strategic directions visit http://www.normandale.edu/Normandale2020.
As a leader in academic excellence, student support, and community and workforce development, Normandale is seeking faculty to help us achieve our mission to advance individuals intellectual, career, and personal development by providing outstanding teaching and support.
ABOUT THE POSITION
The members of the History Department value a diversity of approaches and backgrounds in our faculty. We are committed to providing a solid foundation in core historical areas to students of all backgrounds. We believe in a rigorous quality education that provides learning opportunities on multiple levels. Our curriculum offers a range of entry and intermediate level courses that enhance the liberal arts preparation for students working toward the History Transfer Pathway AA degree or another degree program at Normandale, as well as for students transferring to four-year institutions, whether or not they major in History. Our courses offer relevant preparation for various specialized programs at Normandale, such as sociology, law enforcement, economics, business, and theater. The History Department encourages a participatory and democratic faculty culture and affirms the historically-engaged role our faculty have played in service to the college.
Teaching responsibilities will include:
Teach a broad spectrum of History courses in day, evening, and alternate schedule formats utilizing traditional and alternative delivery methods and virtual learning environments
Teach in an inclusive and equitable manner to a diverse student body
Provide quality instruction that incorporates a variety of current teaching techniques and pedagogies that positively impact the student and discipline
Demonstrate knowledge of and experience in assessment of student learning outcomes
Participate in development and improvement of curricula and courses, and in development and improvement of instructional methods, materials, and resources
Maintain ongoing professional development activities that support the college mission, discipline, and the student
Actively engage in college service, department activities, and student support
Maintain an active interest and knowledge of current practices that affect the discipline and field of study
Master's degree with a major in history or a master's degree with a minimum of 18 graduate semester credits (27 graduate quarter credits) in history
Experience teaching at the collegiate level
Experience with digital humanities pedagogies
Evidence of professional development related to diversity, equity, and inclusion
Experience teaching World History and Minnesota History
Academic specialization that complements existing faculty strengths -- such as Indian Ocean, Atlantic World, Sub-Saharan Africa, Middle East and North Africa, and South or East Asia history
Ph.D. in History
Please apply online via this website http://agency.governmentjobs.com/normandale/default.cfm In addition to completing the online application, you must upload (attach) a letter of interest and a current resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV), Unofficial/official college transcripts (copies are acceptable for initial application screening) and names and contact information for at least five (5) professional references who can address your qualifications for this position (we do NOT accept letters of recommendation). Application deadline is 11:59 pm CST Monday, January 7, 2019.
Note: If selected for hire, official academic transcripts will be required.
All applicants must be able to lawfully accept employment in the United States at the time of employment. Normandale does not sponsor visas.
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About NORMANDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Normandale Community College is an urban two-year college serving primarily the communities of the southwestern metropolitan region of the Twin Cities. Established in 1968, the college is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. More than 10,000 students from diverse backgrounds take courses at the college annually.We offer developmental courses designed to improve academic skills required for successful performance in college-level courses. Continuing education and customized training opportunities are provided through a variety of non-credit courses offered through the Normandale Center for Opportunity. Normandale is a community of excellence, respect and inclusiveness. Normandale is the right choice for a bright future.