Centralia College is committed to student success, academic excellence, and supporting our community in an inclusive and equitable learning environment. Working in the education programs, the assistant professor is responsible for facilitating student learning and student success with a diverse student population. The assistant professor acts as the point of contact for Early Achiever’s students, completes quarterly grant reporting, and completes outreach to early learning centers to share funding information and secure practicum placements. In addition, this position is responsible for contributing to a collaborative, professional work environment focused on personal and student growth.
The early childhood education and education programs provides training to students in early childhood education coursework, approved throughout the state, to facilitate coursework required to obtain employment in early childhood settings through state recognized stackable certificates as well as two-year degrees. Students participating in an education program are often focused on transferring to a four-year teaching program or remaining at CC and completing a BAS in Teacher Education (K-8).
This position could be assigned a variety of upper and lower division coursework in early childhood education and teacher education and may contain courses delivered in late afternoons and early evenings.
Duties and Responsibilities
60% Instruction, curriculum development and assessment of student learning, and program outcomes
20% Committee work, grant work and outreach
20% Advising and career planning with students
Centralia College is located on a 30-acre campus in the heart of Centralia, Washington and has been serving students in the Lewis County region since 1925. As a comprehensive community college, Centralia College offers academic transfer and workforce programs, as well as adult basic education, ELL, and personal enrichment classes. The college also offers five Bachelor of Applied Science degrees: Information Technology - Application Development, Diesel Technology, Applied Management (Business), Behavioral Healthcare and Teacher Education.
In addition to the main campus in Centralia, Centralia College East in Morton is a smaller site that serves the needs of students in east Lewis County. Since the college is committed to the success of all students, Centralia College also provides educational programs at two corrections centers in southwest Washington - Garrett Heyns Education Center located in Shelton, Washington and the Cedar Creek Corrections Center located in Littlerock, Washington. In addition to Green Hill School in Chehalis, Washington. In total, the college serves more than 7,000 students annually. For more than 90 years, several generations of Lewis County residents have looked to Centralia College for their education and training needs.
AFT Washington is a state federation affiliated with the 1.6 million American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO. We represent about 6,500 members including faculty from the community and technical colleges and pre-K through 12 classified employees. We also jointly represent professors at Eastern, Central, and Western Washington universities and The Evergreen College with the Washington Education Association. The mission of AFT Washington is to voice the ideals of our locals and members for workplace fairness and social justice while strengthening and focusing their collective power to attain those ideals.
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