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Seeking an Associate faculty member to develop and instruct an online Organic Chemistry course. Preferred qualifications include previous online teaching experience and Master’s in the discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate credit hours in the discipline. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered.
Learning Services & Military Operations - Ft. Leavenworth Campus
Associate Faculty - LSEC and Evening College
Associate Faculty members needed to instruct Math, English, History, Science, Computer Literacy, Accounting, Corrections, Psychology, Sociology and Leadership courses for the evening college and LSEC programs. LSEC courses are offered Monday-Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm; with evening courses offered Monday-Thursday at various times for eight weeks. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered.
Basic Skills Education Program (BSEP)
Instructor will focus on soldiers’ job-related instruction to improve basic educational competencies necessary for job proficiency, skill qualification, advanced schooling and career progression. The Basic Skills program focuses on reading, writing, and math skills. Interested individuals are required to have a Master’s degree in the selected discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate hours in the discipline. Individuals with a Bachelor’s degree must have a minimum of 24.0 credits in the discipline. Master’s Degree candidates are preferred. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered.
Associate faculty member needed to instruct a Chemistry course during the day. Preferred qualifications include previous teaching experience and Master’s in the discipline or a minimum of 18.0 graduate credit hours in the discipline. Applicants working towards or willing to pursue their graduate degree may be considered.
Classes are Monday-Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Qualifications: Master’s Degree or significant graduate course work in the Math field, and proficiency in Microsoft office computer applications. Knowledge of assessment practices and math teaching experience in the Fort Riley LSEC program preferred.
Bus Driver (Part-time)
Applicants must possess a current Kansas CDL License with a minimum Class C Passenger and Air Brake endorsement. Candidates must also have at least 5 or more years of Bus Driving experience, a thorough knowledge of the operation and mechanical functioning of buses, and submit to and pass a background investigation. Two or more years of teaching experience is preferred.
Computer Networking (Part-time)
Applicants must have experience in basic computer networking and general security concepts. Certification in A+ or Network + is preferred but not required.
Applicants for the hazardous materials must possess a minimum of 3 years trainer experience; Hazardous Materials Technician level certification preferred. Trainers for Safety must be an approved OSHA outreach trainer or have 5 years documented experience as a safety coordinator or Director in constructor or general industry.
Troop School Instructors (PT)
Provide training at multiple locations throughout the U.S. in the following areas: PBUSE, SAMS-E, DTMS, Commanders Total fitness, Fuel Handlers, Unit Armorer, and Master Drivers courses. Required qualifications: Possess expertise and subject matter knowledge through on the job experience or a combination of experience and formal technical training in the field. Prior instructional experience is preferred.
Troop School Instructors (PT) - Fort Sill
Part-time instructors to provide training at the Fort Sill Troop School in the following areas: PBUSE, SAMS-E, DTMS, Commanders Total fitness, Fuel Handlers, Unit Armorer ,and Master Drivers courses . Required qualifications: Possess expertise and subject matter knowledge through on the job experience or a combination of experience and formal technical training in the field. Prior instructional experience is preferred. For additional information on the positions contact John Truitt, 785-238-8550, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Military Schools Instructor (Part-time)
Part-time instructors to teach the following courses in our Military Schools Program, frequent travel may be required:
PBUSE – Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) Applicants must possess unit level logistics experience using PBUSE software. Documented instructional experience preferred.
Standard Army Maintenance System-Enhanced (SAMS-E) – Applicants must possess unit level or above experience using SAMS-E software and have documented instructional experience.
Ammunition Handler – Applicants must possess ammunition management instructional experience. Proficiency with 49 CFR preferred.
Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Operations – Applicants must have experience as a Chemical Operations Specialist. Documented instructional experience preferred.
Combat Lifesaver – Applicants must possess instructional experience as a 68W, current National or State EMT certification required.
Maintenance Management – Applicants must possess documented unit level or higher Maintenance Management experience, proficiency in SAMS-E preferred.
Digital Training Management System (DTMS) - Applicants must possess unit level or above experience using DTMS and have documented instructional experience.
TC AIMS - Applicants must possess experience using TC AIMS software and have documented instructional experience.
Computer Instruction - Department of Corrections facilities
Associate Faculty members needed to provide part-time instruction for coursework in Word, Excel, and Access. Teaching assignments may be during the day and evening hours at Kansas Department of Corrections facilities located in Larned and Ellsworth. Experience using Microsoft Office 2010 is required. A Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, and/or Computer Applications or equivalent is required, Master’s Degree preferred. Industry Certifications in Computer Applications will be considered. Individuals with industry and teaching experience are encouraged to apply.
Manufacturing Skills Certificate
Associate Faculty members needed to instruct the Manufacturing Skills Certificate (MSC) program. Teaching assignments are during the day and evening at area Department Of Corrections and Juvenile Justice Authority secured facilities. Classes include Blueprint Reading/Geometric Dimensions & Tolerances (GD & T), Precision Measurements & Quality Control, Applied Shop Mathematics I, Occupational Safety & Health, and Employability Skills. Associate Degree preferred. Documented work experience in the manufacturing industry is a requirement. Successful applicant will be required to attend an eight (8) hour MSC Instructor training course and corrections volunteer training.
Natural Gas Program
Candidates should be able to teach Principles of Natural Gas Measurement using common meters (differential pressure, ultrasonic, positive displacement, etc), Basic Electricity, AC/DC Circuit Analysis, Electrical Devices, Motors, and related topics for the gas industry. Cathodic Protection is a plus. The minimum qualifications include 5 years’ experience in measurement/controls field required, associates or higher level degree; and prior teaching experience preferred. Salary commensurate with experience and education.
Online Institutional Corrections Associate Faculty
On-line Associate Faculty members needed for course development and instruction of a 17-hour Institutional Corrections Certificate. Qualifications: Ideal: Masters in Criminal Justice or Administration of Justice with successful corrections experience. Preferred: Masters with successful and diversified corrections experience. Minimum: Bachelors with major or substantial coursework in corrections and successful and diversified corrections experience. Selected applicants will be required to successfully complete the Barton eCertification program.
Seeking Pharmacists or Certified Pharmacy Technicians (CPhT) to develop and teach on-line courses for its Pharmacy Technician Program. Class assignments may include hosting on-campus laboratory sessions. Curriculum, textbooks and online teaching certification is provided. Previous teaching experience is a plus, but not required. For further details, contact Elaine Simmons, Dean of Workforce Training & Community Education at 620-792-9214 or email@example.com.Go to Sidebar Content