College Lecturer II - English
Toms River, NJ
Posted: January 28, 2022
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job DescriptionAbout Ocean County College
For more than 50 years, Ocean County College, a public two-year college, has continued to provide value added higher education instruction to over 10,000 students annually. With more than 50 academic programs offering options for students to continue their studies and earn a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree through a variety of partnerships with several prominent colleges in New Jersey, the college continues to explore and expand new and innovative programs that can be completed on-line and on campus. Centrally located in Toms River, NJ, the campus spans over 275 beautiful acres within a coastal community that affords student, employees and area residents the opportunity to benefit from a variety of cultural, recreational, entertainment and educational enrichment amenities.
Information about the benefits provided to Ocean County College employees can be found at:
Please Note: At this time, the College does not provide work visa sponsorships. To be considered for employment at Ocean County College, applicants must be permitted to legally work in the United States without employer sponsorship.
This position provides instructional and administrative services including teaching; conducts classroom observations; evaluates faculty and adjunct faculty instructional performance impacting future employment decisions; participates in searches for new faculty and adjuncts and recommends hires. This position also conducts academic assessments for developing or improving new or existing programs, and eliminating obsolete offerings. A 12-credit equivalent workload is required for administrative supervisory duties
List of Essential Activities
1. Teaches 36 credit hours of classes annually: 15 credit hours each fall and spring and 6 credit hours during the summer sessions
2. Conducts classroom observations and evaluates faculty for future employment decisions (reappointments, promotions, sabbaticals, hiring, terminating and part-time contract renewals)
3. Conducts academic assessments for developing or improving new or existing programs and eliminating obsolete programs or courses
4. Contributes to student success by being actively engaged in strategic planning; the accreditation process, orientation, student advising, commencement, and a variety of committees, clubs, events, college and community liaison initiatives
5. Related projects and initiatives
1. Master’s Degree in the academic discipline; or a Master’s Degree with 18 graduate credits in the academic discipline; or Master’s Degree in different field with at least five years of related professional experience and/or professional certification and licensure.
2. Two years’ full-time teaching experience in the field or at least six semesters of part-time teaching experience at the college level
3. Experience teaching in diverse environment to include students from diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds
4. Strong interpersonal and communication skills
1. One year of experience working in distance learning or using instructional technology
2. One year of experience in evaluating teaching effectiveness and conducting classroom observations and evaluations or supervisory experience including the evaluation of subordinates
3. One year of experience teaching in a community college environment
ADA Selection Definitions ADA Selection Definitions
ADA Selection Light
Light Work: Involves frequent (defined as one to two-thirds of the time) lifting of more than 10 to 25 pounds. Work performed requires a good deal of walking or standing, and may include some sedentary work and working conditions that include moderate noise levels related to the use of office equipment or machinery. May involve exposure to varying outside temperatures.