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Accounting/Business Instructor

Lurleen B. Wallace Community College

Job Description

The faculty is responsible for the day-to-day activities in their respective discipline(s). Special functions may include recommending class scheduling, providing information for budget planning, advisement, student recruitment, registration, working with student organizations, appropriate record keeping, and teaching all assigned classes.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and education as determined on Salary Schedule D1 of the Alabama State Board of Education salary schedules. The salary range listed is for a 9-month contract. Instructors receiving a 3-month summer contract will receive additional pay. Please see the appropriate Salary Schedule for salary ranges.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities


  • Faculty will teach classes as assigned. Classes may be scheduled during the day, evening, on-campus or off-campus.

  • Utilize instructional equipment and software.

  • Act in an advisory capacity to students in completing plans of study, course scheduling, and career advisement.

  • Assist the Division Chair in identifying qualified adjunct faculty.

  • Serve as faculty mentors for new faculty.

  • Maintain updated course syllabi for all courses taught.

  • Provide a syllabus to and discuss with all students enrolled in each class taught.

  • Review and recommend appropriate revision of curriculum periodically.

  • Assist in the development of course offerings.

  • Maintain all records as needed for the instructional program.

  • Participate on College committees as assigned.

  • Review and update on a regular basis the LRC collection related to appropriate area of study or discipline.

  • Provide library assignments to students.

  • Maintain professional conduct in dealing with students, staff, administration, faculty, and the College community.

  • Adhere to prescribed policies of the College.

  • Assist College personnel in the recruitment of students.

  • Participate in the planning and budgeting processes of the division.

  • Collaborate with other instructors in program or discipline to create program and student learning outcomes; work with Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Quality to gather assessment data; and enter planning and assessment information into the Outcomes Management System as assigned.

  • Dispense and submit necessary reports, grades, and Institutional Effectiveness data in a timely manner.

  • Assist in enforcing all college policies.

  • Return course work and tests to students in a timely manner.

  • Attend meetings as required.

  • Ensure a safe environment for student learning.

  • Continue professional development through professional organizations, seminars, etc., to maintain and improve teaching skills.

  • Maintain the appropriate professional licensure and/or certification as appropriate.

  • Serve as student organization sponsors and advisors as assigned.

  • Verify class rolls as instructed by the Registrar.

  • Complete reports to verify students attendance as instructed by Registrar and/or Director of Financial Aid.

  • Submit mid-term and final grade reports on all students.

  • Perform other duties related to instruction as assigned.



  • Communicate professionally while working effectively in all aspects of the position.

  • Make independent judgments, solve problems, and work with diverse people.

  • Maintain excellent organization skills, be attentive to detail and prioritize multiple tasks.

  • When needed, be flexible with work schedule as workload dictates and to meet College needs.

  • Understand and maintain confidentiality and professional integrity.

  • Be reliable and punctual.



Master's degree in business with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours or 27 graduate quarter hours in accounting from a regionally accredited institution.

Application Procedures/Additional Information

Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications as indicated on this vacancy notice and must submit a complete application packet through the online application system in order to be considered. Applicants who fail to submit all required information will be disqualified. Only applications received during the period of this announcement will be considered. Application material may not be submitted by fax, email, or in person.
A complete application packet consists of:

  • Completed Lurleen B. Wallace Community College online employment application.
  • Current résumé.
  • Cover letter describing specifically how your experience and qualifications meet the required qualifications.
  • Appropriate transcript(s) identifying the applicant, institution, date degree conferred, and verifying the applicant has received the minimum degree requirements. (NOTE: COPIES OF DIPLOMAS WILL NOT BE SUFFICIENT)

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