Computer Integrated Manufacturing faculty (PTMFG-23) - Oakton College
Oakton Community College
Location: Skokie, Illinois
Internal Number: 157130
Location: Skokie, IL Category: Adjunct Faculty Posted On: Fri Dec 16 2022 Job Description:
Applicants must be strong communicators and effective classroom facilitators who enjoy teaching in a student-centered environment.
Oakton especially values candidates committed to working in a culturally competent environment. Cultural competence integrates and transforms knowledge about individuals and groups of people into specific standards, policies, practices, and attitudes used in appropriate cultural settings to increase the quality of services.
Applicants should be current and skilled in their use of evolving technologies, active in promoting critical thinking, and committed to challenging our students to be knowledgeable, ethical, and capable global citizens. Oakton seeks enthusiastic faculty who are committed to innovation in college-level teaching and learning, and interested in non-traditional delivery of instruction. The College expects faculty to be professionally competent, have strong leadership qualities, participate in professional development activities, and engage in institutional and departmental service.
Part-time faculty are paid on a lecture hour equivalents (LHE) basis. For most courses, the LHE is the same as a credit hour. For others, the LHE represents additional work for teaching the class, such as grading papers for Composition classes or teaching a class with a laboratory section (computers, languages, and the sciences); in those cases, the LHE represents a figure higher than the credit hour. All part-time faculty start at the beginning pay rates, regardless of the level and type of experience obtained elsewhere. Those rates for the 2022-23 academic year are $1173/LHE for faculty without doctorates and $1243/LHE for faculty with doctorates
Part-time faculty advance one step within the salary schedule with the successful completion of 2 fall & spring semesters where 3+ LHEs are taught in each semester.
Essential Functions of the Position:
Construction of a course syllabus, consistent with the generic course syllabus that stipulates course objectives, content, and grading criteria.
Preparation of course presentations and instructional materials for lecture, and laboratory and clinical functions (as appropriate).
Delivery of instruction, including being prepared for and meeting courses and laboratories (if appropriate) at scheduled times.
Consultation with and evaluation of students.
Maintenance of clear records on student performance, as well as any other factors such as attendance involved with the grading of students.
Compliance with departmental and institutional policies and procedures including but not limited to submission of midterm and final grades, keeping office hours, and decisions regarding instructional matters such as texts, assignments, and grading standards; also adhering to provisions of the OCCFA contract.
Compliance with institutional procedures.
MFG 144 - Introduction to CNC Programming
Course provides hands-on training in G-code programming of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines including CNC mill (vertical machining center) and CNC lathe (turning center). The main content includes reading, interpreting, and manually creating CNC programs. Students will also learn to load programs, safely operate CNC machines, use inspection equipment correctly, and troubleshoot production problems. Programs are developed, written, simulated, run, and troubleshooted on actual CNC machines.
Bachelor's degree in related engineering or technology discipline and a minimum of 2000 hours (1 year) of work experience in the field
Computer Numerical Control Certificate and a minimum of 2000 hours (1 year) of work experience in the field.
Additional related work experience
Post-secondary teaching/training experience
Master's degree in related field
Extensive experience with Computer Numerical Control (CNC) operation, setup, and programming (required). Previous experience with Desire to Learn (D2L) platform (recommended)
Part-time faculty are hired on a semester-by-semester basis. A reasonable effort is made to assure the assignment of courses to more senior part-time faculty who are fully qualified by virtue of their education, training, work experience as related to current technology and pedagogical techniques, and who have had a history of successful performance at Oakton Community College.
All assignments are conditioned on sufficient enrollment. Once a course starts, the part time faculty member is expected to complete the course.
Please contact Matthew Robitaille at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or experience problems in submitting your application mrobitai@oakton,edu
For 50 years, Oakton Community College has been the setting where thousands begin or continue their college or career studies. Educating people of all ages, from all walks of life and from more than 40 nations, Oakton focuses on improving the quality of life for everyone who enters its doors.