Job Number 2103011
Upward Bound Summer Program – Instructor- Hourly Criminal Justice Instructor
Open until filled.
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Highland Business CenterNote: This position is 100% remote.
This position is Monday-Friday 8:00 am -4:30 pm. This is a remote position. Up to 19 hours per week.
Supervisor, Upward Bound Program
Criminal Background Check
Pre-employment criminal background checks are required for all Staff and Faculty positions. Pre-employment urinalyses drug screens are also required for all top candidates considered for positions in ACC’s College Police department.
General Statement of Job
To provide specialized, short-term instruction to Upward bound students as a way to enhance students’ ability to gain content mastery and be successful in the respective content area.
Information for This Posting Only
Instructor will work with Upward Bound High School students.
This position is for the Criminal Justice instructor.
Description of Duties and TasksEssential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Provides specialized, short term instruction to high school students.
Develops and correlates curriculum and instruction to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) standards within the respective content area.
Utilizes best practices in regard to classroom management in order to foster student persistence and success.
Collaborates closely with other Upward Bound Advisors, tutors, and other appropriate personnel to maximize academic benefits for each individual student.
Attends program meetings as assigned.
Manages time and classroom effectively.
Maintains up-to-date records of student grades and progress.
Assists with additional summer program duties as assigned.
Additional Job Specific Duties
Upon entry in the UB program, participants are asked to list their career interests during the application/interview phase. Once students are selected to participate and are marked active, the UB Advisor will sit with the student to provide an individual contact on academic advising and career planning in order to discuss career opportunities within the field. Students are then introduced to the UB Guided Pathways and given a brief overview. The students will rank in order of highest to least interested. Once the student has selected the pathway of their choice, the student is placed in one of the 7 UB Guided Pathway course tracks. Below you will find the course tracks for the Criminal Justice pathway:
The Criminal Justice Seminar is formulated to expose students on the process of how the Criminal Justice System is designed for career development. The Students will review the different crime scenes to help come up with what happened. The emphasized skills that will be developed through this seminar are writing, communication, debate and critical thinking. This class is a way to teach crime scene investigators how to investigate a crime scene based on the evidence given.
KnowledgeMust possess required knowledge and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.
Knowledge of current education and instructional theories, methodologies, techniques, and principles.
Knowledge of the subject area.
SkillsMust possess required skills and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.
Maintaining an established work schedule.
Maintaining confidentiality of work-related information and materials.
Effectively using interpersonal and communications skills including tact, patience, diplomacy, sensitivity, and flexibility as it relates to working with students from varied socioeconomic backgrounds and learning styles.
Effectively using organizational and planning skills with attention to detail and follow-through.
Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with people of diverse backgrounds, including Upward Bound students, instructors, tutors, and staff.
Ability to apply knowledge of current education and instructional theories, methodologies, techniques, and principles.
Ability to apply knowledge of the subject area.
Demonstrated proficiency using standard office software applications.
Required Work Experience
At least one year of related experience in the discipline.
Preferred Work Experience
Experience developing and preparing course materials/syllabi.
Experience delivering lectures, leading discussions and/or laboratory experiments.
Experience conducting evaluations of student performance and assignment of grades.
Bachelor’s degree in the teaching discipline.
Master’s degree in the teaching discipline.
Other Preferred Qualifications
Valid Texas State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) credential. College-level teaching experience can substitute for the teaching certificate.
Work is performed in a learning lab environment on campus in an academic setting.
Subject to standing, walking, sitting, bending, reaching, kneeling, pushing, and pulling.
Occasional lifting of objects up to 20 pounds.
Work safely and follow safety rules. Report unsafe working conditions and behavior. Take reasonable and prudent actions to prevent others from engaging in unsafe practices.
ACC Benefits Overview
Full-time Faculty and Staffing Table employees who work in full-time and/or part-time positions at the College are eligible for ACC medical benefits effective the first of the month after their first 60 days of employment. Benefits include medical, dental, life insurance, short and long term disability, retirement plans and AD&D.
ACC does not participate in Social Security. ACC participates in the Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS) and the Optional Retirement Program (ORP-Faculty Only). Part-time and Hourly employees participate in the ACC Money Purchase Plan (ACCMPP) as a retirement program required by Federal law.
The above description is an overview of the job. It is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties and responsibilities of the job, nor is it intended to be an all-inclusive list of the skills and abilities required to do the job. Duties and responsibilities may change with business needs. ACC reserves the right to add, change, amend, or delete portions of this job description at any time, with or without notice. Employees may be required to perform other duties as requested, directed, or assigned. In addition, reasonable accommodations may be made by ACC as its discretion to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Austin Community College provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
As required by the US Department of Education, employees are required to report violations under the Title IX and, under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), select individuals are required to report crimes. If this position is identified as a Campus Security Authority (Clery Act), you will be notified, trained, and provided resources for reporting.