Colby Community College is accepting applications for a Full-Time Veterinary Nursing Instructor in the On-Campus and Distance Learning Veterinary Nursing programs. Must have the ability to implement strategies that motivate students to complete course objectives. In addition to on-campus and online instruction, the successful candidate will assess student learning. An understanding of learning technologies and the use of multi-media to enhance learning and critical thinking is a must. Strong communication skills and the ability to work with a diverse student population are necessary.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
Excellent communication skills.
Strong knowledge and experience in working with veterinary clinics.
Must possess the ability to motivate and inspire students.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
Kansas license or ability to obtain the license prior to starting.
A minimum of four years of veterinary experience preferred.
Minimum of two years of experience teaching experience preferred.
Experience with mixed animal practice (including cattle and horses) preferred.
Starting in the low 50s, depending on experience and credentials per the approved salary schedule in the faculty Master Agreement.
The instructor may receive a separate stipend for on-call veterinary care at the College Farm.
Flexible benefits program that includes options for single and family health and dental coverage, life insurance, reimbursement accounts, sick leave, and vacation leave allowances. Participation in the state retirement program is required.
The position will be open until filled. To be considered, applicants must submit a letter of application, resume, all postsecondary transcripts, and references to:
Colby Community College ATTN: Human Resources 1255 S. Range Colby, KS 67701
Materials may be emailed to hr(at)colbycc.edu.
Additional Salary Information: Salary based on the approved salary schedule in the faculty Master Agreement.
About Colby Community College
Colby Community College is located in northwest Kansas, approximately 50 miles from the Nebraska and Colorado borders. From a humble beginning of the 99 students in 1964, CCC now serves more than 1900 students annually.
In addition to a 57-acre main campus, CCC has a 60-acre farm used as a hands-on laboratory and training facility. The college also accommodates hundreds of off-campus students through face-to-face, online, and hybrid courses.
A number of studies conclude CCC is a solid educational investment. Colby has a strong history of student performance and ranks near the top for graduation and retention rates among all Kansas community colleges.