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30+ days ago

PT - Associate Faculty - Philosophy – easy apply

Collin County Community College Frisco, TX

s and syllabi established by the Division faculty and administered by the Dean. Teaching assignments may be on one or more of the college's campuses… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

PT - Associate Faculty - Art – easy apply

Collin County Community College Frisco, TX

s and syllabi established by the Division faculty and administered by the Dean. Teaching assignments may be on one or more of the college's campuses… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Student Assistant - Theatre – easy apply

Collin County Community College Plano, TX

• 1) Scene Shop: build theatrical scenery, hang and focus theatrical lights, operate sound board, operate lighting board, operate counterweight… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Work Study - e-Collin Support SCC – easy apply

Collin County Community College Plano, TX

• Filing documents. • Making copies • Faxing documents • Running… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Student Assistant - Audio Music – easy apply

Collin County Community College Plano, TX

Knowledge of terminology and/or coursework in the discipline is desired. Knowledge of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Work Study - Records CPC – easy apply

Collin County Community College McKinney, TX

• Filing documents. • Making copies • Faxing documents… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

PT - Associate Faculty - Music – easy apply

Collin County Community College Plano, TX

s and syllabi established by the Division faculty and administered by the Dean. Teaching assignments may be on one or more of the college's campuses… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

FT Professor - Nursing – easy apply

Collin County Community College McKinney, TX

Provide advice and/or assistance to associate faculty in regard to course content and instructional materials. Post and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

PT - INTERPRETER - CERTIFICATION LEVEL I - III – easy apply

Collin County Community College Plano, TX

Discuss with student and instructor best practices for interjecting questions and comments as well as most appropriate seating arrangements. Use… Glassdoor


21 days ago

PT - Writing Center Assistant Level I - III – easy apply

Collin County Community College McKinney, TX +3 locations

Job Title PT - Writing Center Assistant Level I - III Salary Range $13.88 - $18.98 Location Central Park Campus - McKinney, TX 75070 US… Glassdoor


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    I wish I could get those years back.

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    Current Employee - Professor  in  Collin, TX (US)
    Current Employee - Professor in Collin, TX (US)

    I have been working at Collin County Community College full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Students. I worked as a full time professor. Students are the best asset to the organization. Some students are academically strong, others not so much but have a lot of potential, and still others don't have a clue as to why they are there. Believe it or not, in my opinion, this is the best part of working at the community college -- being able to help guide and direct students from many different socio-economic backgrounds and abilities, and turning them on to acquiring knowledge, when it clicks. Fortunately, there are some travel funds available to attend and participate in academic conferences, but this is as far as a faculty member can get in terms of having time and resources to stay current in her or his field.

    Cons

    Collin has a top down management structure. There is no shared governance, period. Very low pay; it's normal to have full time faculty teaching 7 sections in one semester. Be aware: Collin does not pay Social Security to its employees. Teaching innovation is stifled usually due to course load. Administration would rather have faculty teach more sections and serve on useless committees to satisfy the Board of Trustees reports than stay current in her/his discipline by granting them time to do so. Faculty must serve (and show evidence) of serving on departmental committees (fair enough), advising student organizations, demonstrate service to the college and the community, and teach evenings and weekends. A good portion of a full-time instructor's salary is reserved for summer teaching (a percentage of base pay), which is always a chore to secure, and the opportunity for summer teaching (pay) is constantly under some sort of threat. Stern warnings from administration directed toward faculty are typical on a myriad of issues. A department chair is often someone from another discipline. A dean is typically overworked, and usually becomes the target of the president/CEO for some perceived wrong move. Many administrators have never taught and don't understand the unique and often times difficult nature of teaching a college course in an environment with multiple learning styles and levels. Antiquated IT department. The campus buildings are difficult for mobility impaired. Bookstore rakes in cash yet professors are questioned regarding their textbook selections. Very odd plant operations on some campuses. HR is very slow to respond to requests; these are not happy people. The hiring process is not efficient. Horrible, must-attend "All College Day's" take up precious course planning/prep time.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It's time for the President/CEO to go. Many administrators need to go. A real system of shared governance must be put into place. Hire administrators who understand teaching and have an academic background. Pay faculty fairly; many of administrator's would never dream of living on a full professor's salary. Stop with the bullying of faculty. It seems like everyone is always walking on egg shells. And pay into the Social Security system. Your own college-sanctioned 403b specialists agree.

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