Instructional leadership responsibilities include teaching AT 291 - Irrigation Lab (1 credit) for the Institute of Agricultural Technology during the spring 2020 semester. Instruction of the course will be delivered in-person at Muskegon Community College, Muskegon Michigan. Course contact hours will be 1hr. 50min./week for 15 weeks of instruction.
Course topics will include:
Principles of hydraulics and how they impact irrigation system efficiency
Design process of automatic irrigation systems used in landscape, turf, and plant production industries
Methods for programming various types of irrigation controllers
Assembly techniques and troubleshooting of electrical irrigation components
Auditing of irrigation systems
Specifications and assembly techniques of common irrigation components used in the industry
Position is planned to recur every Spring Semester
Masters -Horticulture or other plant science-related field
Other -Horticulture or other plant science-related field
B.S. for Assistant Instructor or M.S. for Instructor in horticulture or other plant science-related fields
Experience in Irrigation
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Knowledge and skills to develop and teach classroom courses
M.S. in horticulture or other plant science-related fields
Experience in development and assessment of learning outcomes
Undergraduate teaching experience and a passion for teaching
Required Application Materials
1) A letter of application
2) A current resume
3) A statement of experiences related to the course
Questions about the position can be directed to Dr. Randy Showerman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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