Location: Fall River, MA Category: Non-Credit Instructors and Corporate Trainers Posted On: Tue Jul 11 2017 Job Description:
This is an 'OPEN POOL' position. There may or may not be available openings at this time however, when an opening does occur, the hiring manager will draw from the pool of applicants currently on file on an as needed basis. You will be contacted by someone from the College if you are selected for an interview.
THIS POOL IS VALID THROUGH JUNE 30, 2018, AT WHICH TIME APPLICANTS WISHING TO REMAIN IN THE POOL MUST REAPPLY AND UPDATE THEIR INFORMATION.
STATEMENT OF DUTIES:
Instruct students in Master Gardener topics offered through The Center for Workforce and Community Education, the one-stop contact for BCC's comprehensive training, consulting, and pre-employment services for individuals or companies in the following areas: Flowers and Gardening, Vegetable Garden Design, Compost & Vermiculture, Fruits and Berries, Season Extension and Winter Gardens, Backyard Gardens, Hardscaping and Stonewalls, Urban Gardens, Container Gardening and Potted Plants, Landscaping/Design, Ornamentals, Shrubs and Trees, Hand Tool Repair & Maintenance, Lawn and Turf Management, Botany, Disease and Insects, Native Habitats, and Plant Identification.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Reports to the Dean of the Center for Workforce and Community Education.
Minimum 5 year's professional experience in horticulture, agriculture, arboriculture, landscape design, ecological restoration or a related field, and experience delivering workshops, presentations, training or field/classroom education; or content experts with teaching experience in topics such as soils, entomology, botany, ecology, horticulture or related fields; and the ability to work effectively with a diverse faculty, staff and student body.
Professional certifications such as MCH/RICH, MCA/ISA, MCLP, AOLCP, Pesticide Applicator; Bachelor's degree in Horticulture, Agriculture, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Science or related field; and specialized training in topics such as permaculture, native plants, organics, rain gardens or sustainable agriculture.
Bristol Community College is a comprehensive, public community college accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), offering degree and certificate programs that give our students the skills they need to transition successfully to the workforce, to a four-year institution or promote individual opportunity. As one of fifteen Massachusetts community colleges, BCC offers... a wide range of educational programs and community services. It develops and presents programs for the entire community, from children to senior citizens, and it is well known for its friendly atmosphere and a faculty that cares about its students. We serve more than 11,987 students at campuses in Fall River, New Bedford, Attleboro, Taunton, and online. The Workforce Education Institute develops active partnerships with business and industry, preK-12, colleges and universities, and social service agencies to maintain relevance and effectiveness of all credit and noncredit programming. The College enrolls over 18,667 students a year in community services program, in workforce development, adult literacy, personal enrichment, and our Kids College program. We value and respect diversity within Bristol Community College and the world while preparing well-rounded learners for employment and for life. BCC is a signatory to the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment and as such is actively committed to sustainability throughout all areas of the College.