Advanced Manufacturing Curriculum Developer (Lower-Division Courses)

Per the NFA Contract, Article 10, TMCC is announcing to all eligible Academic and Administrative faculty that a need exists for an Advanced Manufacturing Curriculum Developer (lower-division courses).  This position will develop and adjust curriculum for the advanced manufacturing program as noted below. 

Posting Date

August 26, 2019


The curriculum developer will develop and adjust labs, assignments and assessments for the advanced manufacturing department curriculum to provide students’ easier access to course content online and ensure the curricula matches industry needs. 

Scope of Work

This is an assignment requiring additional work days/hours outside regular contract days, including times as needed during summer to fulfill duties. This assignment will begin Sept. 9, 2019 and will end Oct. 25, 2019 approximately 1.5 months total. This additional assignment is grant-funded and not automatically renewed annually.

Responsibilities and Deliverables

  1. Develop assignments and assessments for Advanced Manufacturing three-credit and modular format classes.
  2. Organize and develop lab components to match industry needs for the open-entry format lab assignments that are used in the program.
  3. Adjust lab equipment as necessary to adequately provide instruction and assessments.
  4. Review information with department faculty and staff, as well as industry partners.
  5. Other duties agreed to with the Vice President of Academic Affairs and/or Director(s).


The ideal candidates for this position will meet the following criteria:

  • Current TMCC advanced manufacturing instructor.
  • One year full-time teaching experience in Advanced Manufacturing or combination of experience and teaching.
  • Knowledge of advanced manufacturing curriculum and lab equipment.
  • Experience in curriculum development.


3 credit release (can be taken as a stipend).

Reports To

This position reports to Marie Murgolo, Vice President of Academic Affairs.


At the end of this additional assignment, the developer will provide a written report that details progress and activities to the Vice President of Academic Affairs, Director(s), and Division Dean.

Application Process

Interested faculty will submit a letter of interest describing qualifications and background information as relevant to the responsibilities outlined above and a current CV. The letter should be addressed to the Vice President of Academic Affairs and must be received in that office by 5:00 p.m. on Sept. 6, 2019.

Selection Process

The Vice President of Academic Affairs will notify applicants of the hiring decision on or before Sept. 9, 2019.