Establishes a healthy classroom environment that is conducive to the advancement of student education. Maintains accurate students’ records. Assesses students’ progress and development. Promotes cultural understandings and assists in maintaining a welcoming atmosphere on campus. Assists with recruitment and retention. Maintains a professional rapport with students and colleagues.
Must meet minimum experience and education requirements specified by Iowa Valley Community College District. Approval to teach in the assigned area as defined by Department of Education and the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), Master’s degree, and 18 graduate credits in academic discipline for those teaching arts and sciences courses. Must have the necessary prior experience to demonstrate expertise in the field to be taught and/or prior teaching experience, preferably at the postsecondary level.
Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) was organized in 1966 as one of 15 community college districts in Iowa. IVCCD is unique among Iowa's community college districts because it operates two separate community colleges under the umbrell of one district. There is no Iowa Valley Community College...rather, the District operates Ellsworth Communicy College in Iowa Falls (founded in 1890), Marshalltown Community College (founded in 1927), and Iowa Valley Continuing Education, as well as a satellite center (Iowa Valley Grinnell, established in 1993).ECC and MCC offer one-year and two-year career-technical programs as well as Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) transfer degrees. Iowa Valley Continuing Education offers training for business and industry as well as thousands of adult education programs and services througout the Central Iowa service area. Iowa Valley Grinnell offers both college credit and adult education programs and services in Poweshiek County.