ALP Coordinator (Internal Hire) - Job Opportunities at Atlantic Cape

ALP Coordinator (Internal Hire)

Posted: 06-22-2017
Campus: No Preference
Salary: One three contact hour reduced load and a $550 stipend for Fall and Spring semesters. Summer stipend paid at contractual rate of $24 per hour.

Reports to the dean of liberal studies; provides support to the dean; coordinates adjuncts with ALP functions; assists dean in recruiting adjunct instructors; assists dean in recruiting and coordinating observers of adjunct faculty; conducts classroom observation of adjuncts at direction of dean; assists dean in course scheduling and expansion of the program; convenes at least one ALP faculty meeting (and additional meetings, as needed) per semester outside of the regularly scheduled English Department meetings; assists dean in procuring texts and classroom materials; supports dean in maintaining curricula consistency within programs; at direction of dean, provides guidance to faculty and adjuncts re: course content, curricula, pedagogy and instructional strategies; meets regularly with dean and advises in regards to instructional issues and concerns; consults with dean regarding the continued status of adjunct instructors; coordinates program-specific faculty development activities; assists dean in program review activities; collects and maintains the ALP teaching resource guide for faculty and the ALP resource site on the English Department’s Google Site; maintains contact with Community College of Baltimore for program updates and appropriate faculty training; promotes the program to potential students and other relevant parties and actively engages in recruitment activities related to the program.

Minimum Requirements:Must be a full-time faculty member.
Position open until filled.

Candidates must send a letter and resume to the Human Resources Specialist, Atlantic Cape Community College, 5100 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. Email to Deadline: 07-13-2017.

As a "New Jersey First Act" Employer, Atlantic Cape Community College requires new employees who live out of state to establish a primary residence in New Jersey within one year unless an exemption applies. Learn more.