Monday, March 27, 2017
Shoreline Community College has the following positions open:
Instructor – Photography/Studio Arts
The successful candidate will be able to teach primarily courses in fine art photography and also in additional areas of 2D or 3D Studio Arts as skilled. The candidate will be expected to assist in developing and maintaining all facets of the photography curriculum in an integrated course structure of AFA degrees (Studio Arts and Photography) within evolving Visual Arts and Film programs.
Executive Director – Automotive/Manufacturing
The Executive Director will provide leadership and direction to two highly regarded professional technical programs: Advanced Manufacturing and the Professional Automotive Training Center-Dealer Training Academy. The Executive Director of Automotive/Manufacturing Programs will develop, foster, and maintain partnerships with local manufacturing industry and with automotive manufacturers, equipment suppliers, area high school automotive programs, automotive industry partners, and new car dealers.
Shoreline's Adult Basic Education and High School Equivalency program serves students who are preparing for the GED test, completing a High School 21 diploma, or working to improve their placement scores. The program is rich in cultural and ethnic diversity; many students come with a background of English as second language. Each quarter approximately 100 students, ranging in age from 16 to 70 enroll in courses. In addition to teaching, the successful candidate will advise students, assist with assessment of current instructional methods, develop programs and curricula, and participate in College governance, department, division and campus-related professional activities.
Parenting Education Coordinator
Monitor and coordinate all aspects of the College's Parenting Education Program while applying Early Childhood Education and Parenting Education theories, principles, and operational practices
Act as a liaison between the College and affiliated Parenting Cooperative Programs at seven (7) off-campus sites; significant travel to sites located throughout northern King and southern Snohomish counties is required. Provide consultation to the Cooperative Preschool Boards and Directors on operational, personnel, and membership issues.