About Berkshire Community College:
Berkshire Community College (BCC) has the distinction of being the first community college established in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Nestled in the scenic Berkshire hills, our nearly 2,000 students have access to a wide range of career and transfer programs on our newly-renovated campus. Occupying a magnificent 180-acre property, just minutes from downtown Pittsfield, Massachusetts, BCC provides students from a broad range of cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds with an intimate learning environment with small class sizes and much opportunity for interaction with faculty. Berkshire County was home to many forward-thinking historic figures, W.E.B. DuBois, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth (Mumbet) Freeman to name a few, all of whom were pioneers of social justice. The Berkshires contain both rural and urban elements, combining a beautiful natural environment with world class museums and other cultural opportunities. Pittsfield and Berkshire County as a whole continue to evolve, with immigrants from over 70 countries now calling the Berkshires their home. BCC seeks to recruit faculty members who embrace, as well as demonstrate, a commitment to diversity and inclusion and whose experiences and perspectives model the opportunities and success derived from a college education.
Provide classroom and laboratory instruction in engineering and related fields to students seeking associate and certificate degrees. Additional responsibilities include: continuous review and revision of the existing engineering and engineering technology programs to match changing professional standards and expectations as well as transfer requirements; development and implementation of methods for assessing program outcomes; and generation of actionable plans to advance equity of student success. Faculty typically provide 15 credit hours of instruction each semester and participate in college service, professional development, and student advisement activities.
Master’s degree in a related subject area and teaching experience are required. Commitment to student-centered, outcomes-based education with skillful incorporation of multiple instructional strategies and technologies as appropriate is expected. Applicants should have an ongoing commitment to personal and professional development and the ability to work harmoniously within a diverse college community.
Source of Funding: State Funded
Estimated Salary: $46,687 – $58,841 with benefits (per MCCC contract)
Area of Assignment: Academic Affairs
Supervisor: Interim Dean of STEM and Allied Health
Unit: MCCC, Tenure Track
Anticipated Start Date: Spring 2020
Application Procedures: To apply, please submit cover letter, resume, names and telephone numbers of three current professional references, and a one-page statement containing your philosophy of teaching engineering technology at a community college by visiting the employment section of our website at www.berkshirecc.edu/employment. A teaching demonstration will be required as part of the interview process.
Application Closing Date: Open until Filled. Review of applications begins September 16, 2019.
BCC is committed to providing an inclusive learning and working environment that values the diverse backgrounds of all people and encourages applications from individuals whose experiences and perspectives model the opportunities and success derived from a college education.
Berkshire Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on basis of race, creed, religion, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, maternity leave, military service, and national origin in its education programs or employment. All inquiries concerning application of the above should be directed to Melissa Loiodice, Director of Human Resources, Affirmative Action Officer, and Coordinator of Title IX and Section 504, at 413-499-4660, ext. 1022, Susan B. Anthony Annex Building, Room A19.