Overview

Basic Function: Teach Accounting/Business related program courses. Participate in college governance, committees, and task forces. Maintains necessary attendance, scholastic and student records and submits records according to deadlines. Participates in professional development, advisory board meetings, student and other activities in accordance with established policies. Contribute to a program of scholarship within the discipline and service to the College and community.

Salary and Benefits: Salary based on education and experience. Fringe benefits of Blue Cross/Blue Shield major medical health insurance, eye care, dental, life, and disability insurance. Retirement benefits as provided by Social Security and IPERS or TIAA.

Materials Required:

  • NIACC application form
  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Names and contact information for three references
  • Transcripts (unofficial copies acceptable)
  • Responsible for delivering in a student receptive manner the knowledge, skills, and experiences each student needs to successfully achieve course learning outcomes as outlined in the course syllabus. Student-focused educator committed to student learning, retention, persistence, and completion.
  • Typically teach 30 credit hours between fall and spring semester consisting of the following courses during the school year: Introduction to Accounting, Accounting Principles I (Financial Accounting), Accounting Principles II (Managerial Accounting), Payroll Accounting, Computer Accounting, and Personal Income Tax. Additional overload may include online with the possibility of summer offerings.
  • Create, post, and articulate course learning outcomes or objectives in order to ensure student understanding of course learning objectives and expectations.
  • Create and post a course syllabus for each class being taught during each semester.
  • Create course curriculum, course handouts, lectures, labs, presentations, and other materials required to deliver course information in an understandable and interesting manner to ensure students are engaged with the course material in order to achieve the course learning outcomes based on Quality Matters standards and sound instructional design principles.
  • Assess student’s performance related to the course’s learning objective and to identify areas for student improvement.
  • Assist students to master course material by being available through office hours and at other times to answer questions and assist student to better understand the material in one-on-one or small group sessions.
  • Meet all classes and other scheduled responsibilities such as office hours and meetings at the designed time.
  • Assign grades and maintain course/student records in accordance with FERPA regulations and submit grades and records by established deadlines.
  • Assist in providing qualified student an opportunity for internships.
  • Responsible for preparing a Quality Faculty Plan and executing an annual personal development program in order to enhance your course content knowledge and teaching effectiveness skills.
  • Evaluate and revise curriculum, course materials, and delivery methods as changes in the field and teaching environments warrant.
  • Serve on College committees to enhance College policies and processes which enhance student academic and career success.
  • Cultivate close ties with high schools and industry through regular visits, surveys, and/or feedback mechanisms.
  • Perform in a manner which strengthens the coordination and cooperation of all organizational components of the College, including opportunities for student recruitment.

NIACC Core Principles: All employees are expected to adhere to all NIACC policies and procedures. NIACC administration, faculty, and staff value a positive working environment of mutual respect, therefore all employees are to maintain a positive attitude and respect for others when working with all NIACC departments, employees, students, partners, and the public.

Qualifications:
Required –
 Master’s degree in Accounting or related degree with a minimum of 18 s.h. of graduate coursework in Accounting. Minimum of four years of professional experience in accounting.
Preferred – Record of excellence in teaching in accounting or related field. Commitment to the community college philosophy. The applicant should demonstrate a knowledge of and interest in diverse cultures and populations.