Auburn Career Center is seeking a part time licensed Electricity instructor to work in our Adult Workforce Education Department. Instructors are expected to teach in classroom and shop settings. This position will focus on curriculum within the electrical and introductory electronic disciplines, including the areas of AC and DC theory, electrical machines, mathematics for basic electricity, commercial and residential electrical systems, Ohio and other electrical codes, electricity safety practices, ladder logic and programmable logic controllers, solar photovoltaic systems and components.
Starting Date: Spring 2013
Reports to: Director of Workforce Education
Work Week/Year: As scheduled in Workforce Education Catalog
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and two years of experience, or an Associate’s degree and six years of experience or the equivalent. Five years of industrial experience in the related areas of instruction. Applicant must have at least a minimum of 10-Hour OSHA certification. Demonstrate leadership experience, and/or classroom experience. Commitment to continuing education and skills update. Applicant must be willing to become NCCER certified. Strong communication and organizational skills. Applicant must have average ability of technical skills using Microsoft Office. To obtain Ohio Department of Education Adult Education Permit. A BCI/FBI background check will be conducted on all final applicants prior to being hired.
Essential Job Functions: Teach introductory and advanced classes in Electrical Technology involving both lecture and laboratory. Manage a professional, safe, coordinated and organized classroom lab. Teach multiple levels of students at the same class time. Teach a variety of related topics including: Electrical Safety, Teach Electrical theory, principals and applications used in the field of electronics including the areas of AC and DC electrical theory and network analysis, electrical machines, commercial and residential electrical systems, teach reading of electrical and architectural drawings showing locations of systems and circuiting plans to provide power to these locations, currency in sustainable “clean technologies” currently used in the electrical industry such as solar photovoltaic systems, electrical practicum, and calculation and design of electrical systems for buildings and interiors that follow all current building codes including Ohio Building Codes, as well as any applicable federal workplace standards set forth by OSHA.
Apply to: Application can be found at www.auburncc.org (employment). Submit completed application, letter of interest, resume, transcripts and reference letters.
The intent of this job posting is to provide a representative and level of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and shall not be construed as a declaration of the total of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position. Employees may be directed to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description. Auburn Career Center and its staff are dedicated to providing equal education opportunities and equal employment opportunities without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, gender, disability or any other basis of unlawful discrimination.