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Adjunct Vocal Music Lessons
Independence Community College Independence, KS

Adjunct Vocal Music Lessons

Independence Community College
Independence, KS
Expired: over a month ago Applications are no longer accepted.
  • $675 Yearly
  • Part-Time
Job Description

If you are interested in teaching in a college or university setting, it can be helpful to gain experience as an adjunct instructor. Many of our adjunct instructors hold a full-time career elsewhere, and choose to teach in our evening, weekend, and online programs so that they may have the opportunity to teach students.

Independence Community College employs adjunct instructors to teach undergraduate level courses.

Essential Job Duties
Organize and teach individual vocal music lessons for majors and non major as assigned.
Deliver quality instruction which prepares students for further education and/or the workplace.
Manage the teaching environment to serve all learners.
Provide regular and timely evaluation feedback to students.
Maintain student attendance records.
Submit mid-term and final grades.
Participate in institutional effectiveness initiatives including assessment and evaluation.
Demonstrate professionalism with faculty, administration, staff and students.
Performs other duties as needed or assigned.

  • Masters degree in the chosen discipline, or a masters degree in a related field with 18 graduate credits in the concentration.

  • Higher education teaching experience.
  • Experience with the Canvas learning management platform.
Physical Demands
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, talk, hear, walk, and sit. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may occasionally push or lift items. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Salary / Wage
$675 per credit hour taught

Applicants must thoroughly complete the online application process by:

Completing the ICC Application of Employment

Attaching the required transcript(s).

o Unofficial transcripts will be accepted for the application process.

o If hired, official transcripts for all the degree(s) awarded must be submitted to Human Resources within 10 days of the first day of employment.

Providing three (3) professional references with phone number and email addresses.

Note: Each applicant recommended for employment must successfully pass a background check.

About Independence Community College
Independence Community College (ICC) is a two-year educational institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. It was established in 1925 as grades 13 and 14 of the Independence public school system. In 1967, Independence Community College legally separated from the school district. Construction of the new community college on a 68-acre campus, formerly the Independence Country Club, began in 1969. Classes at the new site began in September 1970. ICC campus is now home to the Academic Building, Fine Arts Building, Student Union, Cessna Learning Center, Field House, Administration Building, William Inge Center for the Arts, fitness center, athletic practice fields, disc golf course, 96-bed multi-structure living complex, and a 200-bed residence hall.

By renovating a donated building, in 2010, we expanded our college to include ICC West (2615 West Main Street). This campus is located on the west side of Independence and is home to our technical programs: Allied Health, Cosmetology, and GED/ABE. Additional renovations were completed in 2012 to accommodate our newest program, Veterinary Technology. This state-of-the-art facility includes animal wards, a classroom, lab, surgery, pharmacy, prep room, small animal treatment, food prep, grooming, and radiology.

Currently, our educational and support programming includes 35 programs of study for Associates of Arts and/or Science degrees, 11 programs of study for Certificate completion, Student Support Services, Upward Bound, men's and women's athletic programs, and a variety of campus organizations and activities.

Independence Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversifying its work force and encourages applications from women, members of minority groups, individuals with disabilities and veterans.

All applicant information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

Mission Statement
Independence Community College serves the best interests of students and the community by providing academic excellence while promoting cultural enrichment and economic development.

Vision Statement
To be a community college that provides an exceptional educational experience by cultivating intellect, encouraging creativity, and enhancing character in a student and community centered environment.

Core Values
Integrity: ICC holds its employees and students accountable to be honest, ethical, and transparent.
Excellence: ICC demonstrates continuous quality improvement in academics and services offered to students and other stakeholders.
Responsiveness: ICC looks to the future by responding to the emerging needs of its stakeholders.
Diversity/Enrichment: ICC provides an environment that values uniqueness while promoting personal growth through creativity and innovation.
Commitment: ICC commits to making decisions that best serve its students and community.

Purpose Statements
In striving to meet its institutional responsibilities as a community college, Independence Community College sets forth the following purpose statements in definition of its educational programs and services.

These statements also serve as criteria for the administration, faculty, staff, students, and the public in assessing the College's effectiveness in meeting its institutional mission.

Achieving Junior Level Transfer Status
Students who have completed either a prescribed Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree programs at Independence Community College should be able to transfer to select four-year colleges or universities with junior status. The College establishes and maintains transfer agreements with select institutions to facilitate the transferability of its academic programs.

Achieving Entry Level Occupational Skills
Students who have completed either a prescribed Career/Technical Education Certificate or Associate of Applied Science degree program will have acquired the requisite skills for obtaining employment or advancement in the field of that educational program.

Promoting and Providing Life-Long Learning Opportunities
The College provides individuals with the means to upgrade their job skills and to improve the quality of their lives through academic endeavors.

Achieving Basic Skills and/or College Readiness
Through academic and other support services, students can achieve the proficiency required for continuance in higher education, for employment, or for day-to-day communication and computation.

Participating in College and Community Sponsored Activities
Students attending Independence Community College can participate in a wide variety of activities aimed at broadening their social, political, physical, and cultural horizons.


Independence Community College

Independence, KS
67301 USA



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