Department: Academic Affairs & Initiatives
Type of Appointment: Unclassified - Adjunct
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Teach Phlebotomy courses using core competencies set by NAACLS.
• Attend and provide meaningful instruction for all class sessions during the semester. Be punctual in class attendance and provide instruction for the complete class period. Make appropriate arrangements for necessary absences according to College policies.
• Create and maintain an environment conducive to learning and one in which all students are treated equitable and with respect.
• Develop, distribute and explain to all students within the first week of class, the course outline, the expectations of the course, the standards upon which students will be evaluated, the grading system, the attendance policy, safety policies, classroom management policies, and other information as deemed appropriate for new students.
• Ensure that adequate time is devoted to class preparation such that class time is maximized to the benefit of the students and that content is presented in a professional manner.
• Utilize a variety of teaching methods and evaluation methods, which provide for the differences in learning styles of students while covering the approved curriculum guide.
• Office hours: provide at least 30 minutes for every three hours of scheduled class time.
• Maintain accurate attendance, progress and evaluation instruments in an acceptable grade book format and file records in a timely fashion in the student’s permanent file folder as directed by the Registrar. (Evaluation instruments are to be maintained for a period of time no less than two years.)
• Provide classroom instruction in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, College harassment policies, and/or other legal requirements.
• Always represent the College in a manner that promotes a professional and positive image.
• Perform other duties associated with assigned courses and college administration.
Required Education: Associate Degree in discipline or Associate degree with professional experience and required licensure/certification or 10 years documentable experience at or above the highest level of skill being taught (certification required).
Preferred Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Passing pre-employment criminal background screen is required as a condition of employment.
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Location - Campuses are located in Houma, Schriever and Thibodaux, 50 miles southwest of New Orleans.
The Houma, Schriever, Thibodaux community is famous for its Cajun food, charter boat fishing, swamps, Cajun music and dance halls. Also, it is well known for its birding trails, an exotic wildlife park, museums, Mardi Gras celebrations, medical facilities and more. The area is designated a retirement community and offers diversity and a rich culture. Residents take pride in their properties and that curb appeal adds to the richness of the community.
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The College, which includes all offices under its jurisdiction, reaffirms its policy for Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) not to discriminate against or exclude from participation in any benefits or activities, any person, either an employee or a member of the student body, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), parental status, age, national origin, disability, genetic information, veteran’s status, political affiliation, or other non-merit-based factors in any employment practice, in accordance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Executive Order 11246; Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974; and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
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