Alcohol and Drug Counseling (Addiction Counseling Instructor, 2 Positions) | Minneapolis Community & Technical College - Military Veterans
at HERC- Upper MidWest
Location: Minneapolis Full/Part Time: Full Time Employment Condition: Unlimited Job Description: Minneapolis College, a vibrant and inclusive two-year community college in Minnesota, is accepting applications for the permanent, full-time position of two (2) Addiction Counseling Instructors in the Addiction Counseling Program within the School of Education, Public and Human Service . Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Teaching a full-time (5/5 load) in college-level courses in Addiction Counseling. Participation in the development and implementation of curriculum and instructional materials within the Addiction Counseling department. Participating in student assessment. Assessment of student learning outcomes at the course, department, Transfer Pathway in Communication Studies, and college general-education levels. Actively engaging in the college community through committee work and inter-departmental collaboration. Development and revision of courses and instructional materials. Commitment to providing quality instruction and services to a very diverse student population. Teaching may involve both on-campus and online instruction. The schedule may include daytime, evenings, or Saturdays. -Participate and support the Addiction Counseling club and Collegiate Recovery program. (I know its listed under Service to college ('student activities
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