POSITION: Instructor, Television Production Technology

POSITION: Instructor, Television Production Technology


POSITION: Instructor, Television Production Technology

The candidate selected for this position will serve as Instructor of Television Production Technology

Principal Assignment: Mountain View Campus. Employment is with Chattahoochee Technical College, not with a specific campus.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Instructor reports to the Associate Dean of Public and Professional Services and Digital Media Technologiesand the Dean of Business and Technical Studies.Instructors perform all aspects of instruction in their functional areas. Instructors develop programs and syllabi, goals and objectives. They evaluate students' progress in attaining goals and objectives. They request and maintain supplies and equipment and prepare budget requests. They maintain program certification requirements, as appropriate. They prepare and maintain all required documentation and administrative reports. They attend staff development training, workshops, seminars and conferences. They ensure safety and security requirements are met in the training area. They meet with students, staff members and other educators to discuss students' instructional programs and other issues. Instructors also assist with recruitment, retention and job placement efforts.


  • Associate degree in related area with documented work experience in Television Production
  • OR 10+ years documented work in Television Production

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: (In addition to the minimum qualifications)

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • Appropriate industry certifications.
  • Membership in NATAS
  • Familiarity and experience with editing software (Premiere Pro, Avid).

SALARY/BENEFITS: Salary - $60,000. Benefits include: paid holidays, annual leave, and the State of Georgia Flexible Benefits Program. Please be aware that all Chattahoochee Technical College employees must be paid by DIRECT DEPOSIT unless exempted by the State Accounting Office based on “hardship” evidence provided by the employee.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: APPLY ONLINE ONLY @ and select “Contact Us” then “CTC Jobs.” Fill out an online application and upload resume, transcript, and cover letter. Before a candidate is hired, a pre-employment criminal background investigation, motor vehicle record check and employer/professional reference check will be conducted. Following screening, candidates may be asked to submit further documentation, including college transcripts.

RESPONSE DEADLINE: Open until Filled


EMPLOYMENT POLICY:Chattahoochee Technical College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees. Inquiries related to the college’s accreditation by the Commission may be directed to SACSCOC, 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or telephone 404-679-4500. Questions related to admissions and the policies, programs, and practices of Chattahoochee Technical College should be directed to the College.

As set forth in its student catalog, Chattahoochee Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). The following person(s) has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Chattahoochee Technical College Title IX Coordinator, Brannon Jones, 980 South Cobb Drive, Building C 1102B, Marietta, GA 30060, (770) 975-4023 or and Chattahoochee Technical College Section 504 Coordinator, Mary Frances Bernard, 980 South Cobb Drive, Building G1106, Marietta, GA 30060, (770) 528-4529, .

A Unit of the Technical College System of Georgia.

Technical Program Instructor
Business and Technical Studies AA36

Academic Affairs FLSA Status: Exempt/Professional


This position is responsible for performing all aspects of instruction for Business,Technical and Public and Professional Services programs.


Teaching Performance

Job Responsibility 1:

Instructional delivery –Teaching in a program area. Perform all aspects of instruction in a Business and Technical Studies program. Select and obtain appropriate educational materials for courses. Support adjunct instructors and part-time staff. Maintain knowledge of current instructional technologies; complete all required tasks and training. Develop and implement instructional delivery that is engaging and that accommodates diversity of learning styles and abilities in both face-to-face and online formats. Demonstrate genuine enthusiasm for course and exhibit professional demeanor. Monitor course success annually; reflect and make recommendations for positive change. Participate in program curriculum development processes.

Job Responsibility 2:

Instructional delivery - Student engagement and active learning. Develop and implement instructional delivery that is stimulating, thought provoking and engaging to students in face-to-face, online and lab settings. Monitor course closely to foster student interaction with course material, instructor and peers. Organize online course content in a way that is clear and intuitive. Develop and implement a work ethics plan to encourage and instill good work habits.

Job Responsibility 3:

Instructional delivery - Lab course components. Maintain a clean, organized and safe lab and classroom environment. Follow a lab management plan that targets safety procedures and reinforce for students. Identify safety hazards and initiate correction quickly. Provide timely feedback to students about performance in lab tasks. Provide for adequate supervision of students in lab settings.

Job Responsibility 4:

Advisement. Advise students for success, utilizing DegreeWorks and program eMap. Provide annual schedule and recommended course sequences for students to assist with graduation planning. Collaborate with Academic Advising staff to maintain updated program information for advisement. Make recommendations for program/ course changes that facilitate student completion.


Evaluation of Student Learning

Job Responsibility 5:

Instructional Delivery - Assessment and constructive feedback. Implement learning activities that accurately assess student progress on course competencies. Fairly and consistently, grade student work; use standardized grading rubrics when appropriate. Provide constructive, personalized, ongoing feedback in a timely manner and in a way that guides student mastery of course content and skill development. Participate in the development and implementation of SLOs, GEOs, POs and submit all assessment documentation in a timely manner.

Job Responsibility 6:

Retention efforts. Locate and apply appropriate college resources to support student retention. Apply college guidelines to identify and support students who are at risk. Monitor program retention graduation rates annually; reflect and make recommendations for positive change.

Participation in College, Division and Program Activities

Job Responsibility 7:

College and Community Context. Participate in activities, which allow program to be successful in the larger college and community context. Maintain active advisory committee membership, which represents current industry makeup. Participate in recruiting events where appropriate. Collaborate with academic advisors and career services to optimize communication around student experiences. Participate in IFCC process. Assist with recruitment, retention and job placement efforts. Attend commencement ceremonies and participate in other meetings, events and activities required by the College, Division and Program Administrators.

Support of College Policies and Procedures

Job Responsibility 8:

Course and Program Management. Follow all college policies and procedures related to credit instruction and maintenance of instructional classroom and lab spaces, including meeting all established deadlines, maintaining appropriate records and following proscribed formats for syllabi and course standards. Follow course syllabus and outline. Maintain course rosters each term. Show flexibility in response to process changes and adapts to and accommodates new methods and procedures. Accepts direction and feedback from supervisor and follows through appropriately.Schedules courses at days/ times that meet students’ needs; teach at nontraditional days/ times/ sites when appropriate to maximize enrollment.

Contributes to the Growth and Enhancement of College mission and Programs

Job Responsibility 9:

Professional Development. Stay current in professional field. Plan for meeting personal and professional goals. Meet all staff development requirements.

Other Behavioral Competencies:

Respect for all individuals - Treats all students and CTC employees fairly and with respect. Treats all community and college stakeholders with respect at all times.

Effective Communication - Communicates with students in a timely and respectful manner, and communicates in a professional manner, both verbally and in writing. Communicates appropriately with other faculty and staff, and external stakeholders. Maintains confidentiality of student information

Presence - Is present to offer instruction and support to students as outlined by faculty door schedule. Is present and responsive in the online environment. Request leave appropriately in accordance with college leave policies; notifies supervisor of any changes in schedule. Is actively involved in instruction and supervision during class times, holds office hours as scheduled and uses planning time wisely.

Ownership and problem solving - Works to proactively solve problems and search for more efficient and effective ways of working. When problems arise, uses available college resources to locate a resolution.


  • Knowledge of pedagogical practice and theory.
  • Knowledge of the mission of postsecondary vocational/technical education.
  • Knowledge of academic course standards.
  • Knowledge of the college’s academic programs.
  • Skill to work cooperatively with students, faculty and staff.
  • Skill in the preparation and delivery of classroom content.
  • Skill to make timely decisions.
  • Skill in the operation of computers and job related software programs.
  • Skill in decision making and problem solving.
  • Skill in interpersonal relations and in dealing with the public.
  • Skill in oral and written communication.


The appropriate Associate Dean or Dean assigns work in terms of very general instructions. The supervisor spot-checks completed work for compliance with procedures and the nature and propriety of the final results.


Guidelines include department policies and procedures. These guidelines require judgment, selection and interpretation in application.


  • The work consists of varied duties associated with program instructor. The variety of tasks to be managed contributes to the complexity of the position.
  • The purpose of this position is to teach program courses. Success in this position contributes to the provision of quality educational instruction to students.


  • Contacts are typically with students, faculty, staff, college administrators, and members of the general public.
  • Contacts are typically to provide services, to motivate or influence persons, and to provide instruction.


  • The work is typically performed while sitting at a desk or table or while standing or walking.
  • The work is typically performed in a classroom or applicable lab setting.
  • The work is typically performed on multiple campuses.
  • In some program or course areas, physical demands may extend to physical movement and positions for extended time periods, including bending and lifting while standing or sitting.
  • Technical Programs: Physical demands involve supervision and participation in lab activities appropriate to the program area that may include lifting, bending and climbing, as well as standing for extended periods of time.
  • Individual program physical demands are available from the appropriate Dean.




  • Individual minimum qualifications for Technical Instructor positions are available from the appropriate deans.
  • Faculty must be credentialed to satisfy all appropriate accrediting bodies for the course assigned.