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BREW 225 Brewing Practicum

Personnel Requisition

Personnel Requisition

Posting Number: 00257
Job Title: BREW 225 Brewing Practicum
Location: Culinary and Allied Health Building
Full-Time/Part-Time: Part Time
Pay Rate: $1,955.04 per 8 week session
Position Type: Faculty
Department: Brewing
Job Summary:

Do you possess experience working with professional brewing and fermentation equipment? Are you looking for new ways to enhance the learning experience for students? If so, KVCC may have the perfect teaching opportunity for you.

KVCC is currently seeking an adjunct instructor for our Brewing practicum that starts the second 8-weeks of the Fall 2017 semester. This instructor will assist a small group of students with gaining practical brewing experience by formulating a recipe, selecting brewing materials, producing wort, and packaging finished bright beer using KVCC teaching brewery equipment.

This instructor will work with students on demonstrating concepts learned to aerate wort, pitch yeast, ferment wort, harvest and manage yeast, and age, carbonate, and filter to produce bright beer successfully.

The ideal candidate will assist students with planning and performing all operational aspects; including testing, monitoring, equipment operation, and recording analytical measurements throughout the process to ensure that high-quality product is produced.

This instructor will also teach students the responsibility of controlling raw material parameters and support streams, addressing waste and by-products, cleaning equipment, and cleaning­ in-place (CIP). Personal safety and equipment safety will also be emphasized.

Minimum Qualifications:

A minimum of 3 years of relevant employment experience in the brewing industry is required. Candidates for this position must also possess a Bachelor’s degree in a field applicable to the brewing process (e.g., science, engineering, occupational studies).

Strong interpersonal communication skills are required.

Preferred Qualifications and Experience:

Certification related to brewing or a Master’s degree related to an area of instruction covered within the KVCC Sustainable Brewing program is preferred.

Experience teaching at the college-level or teaching adult learners is desirable.

Physical Demands:
Work Hours: October 28, 2017 start; Saturday morning class
Posting Date 08/31/2017
Closing Date: 09/24/2017
Special Instructions to Applicants:
EEO Statement

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Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter
  3. Unofficial Transcripts
  4. Letter of Recommendation
  5. Letter of Recommendation 2
Optional Documents
  1. Teaching Philosophy
  2. Other Document

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