Duties & Responsibilities: Under general supervision demonstrates the use of appropriate teaching techniques. Demonstrates the use of appropriate testing and grading procedures including proper maintenance of grade books and any other appropriate record-keeping required. Demonstrates the use of appropriate technical knowledge in the teaching of the assigned subject area. Demonstrates the effective use of oral and written communication skills. Demonstrates knowledge of current business and industry applications in the Automotive/Auto Collision field. Follows approved course syllabi. Monitors student use of supplies, materials, and equipment. Advises and counsels students and maintains appropriate advisement records on each student assigned to advise. Establishes and ensures adherence to health and safety requirements in assigned classrooms and laboratories. Attends meetings as required and appropriate. Observes and enforces the institution's policies and regulations. Assists with student recruitment and job placement as directed by division director. Serves on committees as directed and coordinated by division director. Maintains qualifications for employment as described by the Technical College system of Georgia Policy Manual. Follows rules and regulations as described by the Technical College System of Georgia Policy Manual and other policies and procedures established by the institution.
Minimum Training & Experience: A degree from an accredited college or university * and* completed courses comparable with the curriculum taught *OR* experience/expertise in the area of curriculum taught. Faculty must be credentialed to satisfy all appropriate accrediting bodies for the courses assigned.
Agency Specific Qualifications and/or Preferred Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED and completion of at least a diploma program of preparation in the teaching field or discipline at an accredited private or public postsecondary institution, or completion of an equivalent military or company-sponsored training program, or an approved apprenticeship program. Appropriate degree will reflect the requirements of the Institution's accrediting agencies and state and/or national licensing boards. Two or more years paid work experience in-field within the past seven years. Work experience must include the competencies, skills and knowledge levels included in the automotive maintenance instructional program. Occupational experience must meet the current requirements of the appropriate licensing boards for the area of instruction. Must demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must possess and maintain the appropriate professional credential for or related to the field or position. ASE certification required. Master ASE certification required within one year of employment.
QUALIFICATIONS: An associate degree is strongly preferred.
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