Cabrillo College is accepting applications in order to fill temporary, part-time faculty assignment(s) and to establish an eligibility pool for positions that may become available in 2022 Fall and 2023 Spring Semesters in:
ART 95A Survey of Digital Fabrication for Studio Arts
ART 95B Beginning Digital Fabrication
ART 196A Beginning 3D Modeling for Digital Fabrication in Art
ART 196B Intermediate 3D Modeling for Digital Fabrication in Art
ART5 Beginning Design: 3D Form
ART 34A Sculpture: Direct Process I
ART 34B Sculpture: Direct Process II
ART 34C Sculpture: Direct Process III
ART 35 Sculpture: Casting
ART 36 Sculpture: Moldmaking
Small Scale Metal/Jewelry:
ART 8A Small Scale Metal/Jewelry
ART 10A Beginning Color on Metal
ART 11A Beginning Casting: Small Scale Metal/Jewelry
ART 11B Intermediate Casting: Small Scale Metal/Jewelry
ART 13A Beginning Small Scale Enameling
ART 13B Intermediate Small Scale Enameling
ART 26A Fabrication I: Small Scale Metal/Jewelry
ART 26B Fabrication II: Small Scale Metal/Jewelry
ART 38A Metalsmithing I
ART 38B Metalsmithing II
ART 21 Textile Surface Design
ART 24A Fiber Arts: Textile, Fiber, Paper
ART 29 Textile Surface Design and Structure
ART 7A Ceramics - Hand Building
ART 7B Ceramics - Wheel Forming
ART 7C Advanced Wheel Forming, Ceramic Surfaces and Kiln-Firing
ART 17A Intermediate Hand Building - Ceramics
This adjunct position is open for application submission through the deadline date as noted above OR until the positions have been filled.
Are you interested in creating an amazing educational environment for students who are part of an equity driven community? Faculty at Cabrillo College provide quality programs and services to students that promote their diverse and evolving needs as they progress toward their individual educational goals. Come join us in our vision to improve the world, one student at a time!
The ideal candidate will share Cabrillo's commitment to educating its racially and socioeconomically diverse student population. Cabrillo College serves approximately 11,500+ students per term, including LatinX (46.82%), Multi-Ethnic (5.14%), Asian (2.53%), African American (1.08%), Filipino (0.79%), American Indian or Alaskan Native (0.30%), and Pacific Islander (0.16%) as of Fall 2019. At Cabrillo, 56.66% of students are students of color and 54.91% are economically disadvantaged. In 2006, Cabrillo College was designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution, reflecting the great responsibility that the College has to the educational attainment and economic well-being of the surrounding community.
About the College: Situated on Monterey Bay in the county of Santa Cruz, California, Cabrillo College is highly regarded for its success of transfer and career education, and currently serves over 11,400 students each semester. Cabrillo College transfers many of its students to three nearby universities – the University of California at Santa Cruz, San Jose State University, and California State University at Monterey Bay. Cabrillo's career education is closely connected to the nearby agricultural and farming industries as well as the Silicon Valley business environment.
Faculty at Cabrillo College actively participate in curriculum development, program planning, and serve on participatory governance committees. Cabrillo provides an excellent opportunity to learn, collaborate, create, and make a difference in the lives of its diverse student body and community.
Examples of Duties
• Teach assigned classes, which may include evening or off-campus assignments
• Participate in participatory governance committees, processes, and initiatives such as Guided Pathways
• Maintain timely and accurate records of student enrollment, attendance, and academic progress
• Provide academic assistance and related services to students during scheduled office hours
• Cooperate with and participate as may be required in District investigations and/or student grievance matters of alleged unlawful harassment, discrimination, and retaliation
• Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff
• Complete required District trainings such as Title IX, Mandated Reporter, EEO/Diversity/Elimination of Bias, Workplace Safety, etc.
(NOTE: “Master’s in fine arts” as used here refers to any master’s degree in the subject matter of fine arts, which is defined to include visual studio arts such as drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, textiles, and metal and jewelry art; and also art education and art therapy. It does not refer to the “Master of Fine Arts” (MFA) degree when that degree is based on specialization in performing arts or dance, film, video, photography, creative writing or other nonplastic arts.)
Required Professional Expertise:
• Currency and depth of knowledge in the applicable professional field
• Knowledge of and commitment to teaching strategies and practices that enhance student success at community colleges, including effective use of technology
• Effective oral and written communication skills.
• Demonstrated ability to teach the courses or perform the duties effectively as described above
• Demonstrated ability to communicate well with students of diverse academic, ethnic, socioeconomic, and cultural backgrounds; gender identities, sexual orientations; and students with disabilities
• Evidence of professional activities and service beyond the primary teaching assignment
• Development and review of curriculum as well as including assessment of learning
• Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with others
• Demonstrated responsiveness to and understanding of the racial, socioeconomic, academic, and cultural diversity within the community college student population, including students with different ability statuses (e.g., physical and/or learning) as these factors relate to the need for equity-minded practices in the classroom
• Demonstrated ability to reflect critically on institutional and teaching practices that aim to increase cultural responsiveness
• Knowledge and understanding of the accountability and critical dimensions of equity
• Demonstrated ability addressing issues of equity in the classroom
Desired Qualifications/Performance Expectations:
• Successful teaching experience at the community college level
• Demonstrated ability to employ innovative teaching techniques and methodologies
• Experience teaching diverse student populations
• Successful online teaching experience
• Knowledge of culturally-responsive pedagogical teaching techniques and effective ways for engaging students who are historically under-represented and under-served.
Required Education and Experience:
• Understanding of, and sensitivity to, the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation, of community college students, faculty and staff, AND
• Master’s in fine arts, art, or art history OR
• Bachelor’s in any of the above AND Master’s in humanities OR
• *Equivalent OR
• Possess a lifetime California Community College Instructor credential in subject area
Internal Number: 51352
About Cabrillo College
Cabrillo College empowers students to be effective communicators, critical thinkers, and responsible world citizens. With a commitment to quality and equity, we connect all learners to pathways that propel them from where they are to where they aspire to be, including: academic, personal, and career growth.