Provide effective instruction and carry out assigned related responsibilities.
Must meet minimum experience and education requirements specified by Northeast Iowa Community College and meet the credentialing requirements of the Northeast Community College Quality Faculty Plan.
EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE : Must possess an AAS degree in Industrial Maintenance, B.A. preferred, and/or 3 years (6,000 hours) of recent and relevant work experience. The candidate will have industrial Maintenance Certifications with specialized electrical, maintenance, heating & cooling and other licensures/certifications for plant operation and maintenance. Successful performance of duties requires competency and a comprehensive understanding of industrial maintenance as well as mechanical systems including:
• A/C-D/C theory
• motor/generator repair
• motor control principles
• electrical wiring
• national electric code
• mechanical repair
• solid state fundamentals
• application of PLC’s
• electronic controls
• electro-mechanical theory
• systems integration
• predictive maintenance
• heating and cooling
Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for the development, coordination, and instruction of courses in the industrial maintenance technician program as defined by NICC . Conduct and/or coordinate the training for all industrial maintenance technical courses as outlined in the program’s educational plan and be qualified to perform all instructional aspects required for the program. Maintain current course syllabi and provide students current course guides as required. Evaluate and report student performance and progress in all assigned courses in accordance with NICC policies and procedures. Must possess the skills to establish workforce partnerships, analyze program training needs, identify workforce trends, establish and maintain frequent communication with a program advisory board, as well as serve on related community boards and committees. Monitor program assessment in a manner consistent with NICC’s AQIP (Academic Quality Improvement Program) strategies.
This involves working in a career and technical educational setting. General physical activities required with or without reasonable accommodation include:
• Frequent(34-66%) standing, pushing, pulling and grasping.
• Occasional(10-33%) reaching and viewing a computer and other types of close visual work.
• Constant (67-100%) sitting, walking, repetitive motion, talking and hearing.
This position requires the ability to lift a minimum of 75 pounds and to operate equipment related to the areas of instruction.
Northeast Iowa Community College - 10 months ago