This position specifically exists to develop and deliver customized workforce training for the electrical systems maintenance programs offered through the Economic Workforce Development Division at PCC– which includes the utilization of current and future Mobile Learning Labs. This position will require the individual to develop training courses in basic to advanced electrical systems as well as deliver the training courses to a wide variety of trainees from varying industries. In addition, this position may be required to teach additional non-electrical topics. It is imperative that this position have a clear understanding of and real world experience with electrical systems and processes to support the training and instruction to various skill levels of the participants; including non-electrical workers, technicians (electrical and mechanical), and engineers. The position will also be responsible for assisting with the outreach and promotion of the electrical training programs offered through the division. This includes supporting remote site delivery options and the ‘credit’ side of PCC’s programs. In addition, participate in the design and build of electrical training systems equipment and software that we develop. Additionally, this position will serve as a curriculum developer for accelerated courses in specific topics related to electrical systems found in the industrial and manufacturing sectors. In this capacity, it is vital that a clear understanding of the industry needs be continually assessed and converted into viable courses to meet the continuously changing needs of our customer base. This position will provide supervision and direction to part-time staff as needed.
The incumbent in this job is expected to assist the College in achieving its vision and mission. Customer focus, college service, and a willingness to assist as needed are expectations for all employees.
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Deliver high quality training to the customer. Training can occur onsite at the company, in one of our mobile learning labs or on the college campus.
Develops customized training curriculum for electrical systems that meet customer’s needs.
Research new technology in the electrical systems field, design and build electrical trainers, and integrate as appropriate these innovations into the curriculum to ensure the customer receives the latest up-to-date training.
Serve as a high performance team member committed to continuous improvement.
Serve in an outreach capacity to promote and educate our community members on the types of services and training we can provide through the division.
Transport and operate classroom/lab instruction in the mobile learning labs per the customer’s needs.
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Participate in staff meetings, and other administrative duties within the division and campus.
Applicants must meet all minimum qualifications for the position they are seeking as of the date of the application, unless otherwise specified. Experience will be based upon a full-time, 40-hour work week. Part-time experience will be pro-rated. Part-time teaching experience will be based on a ratio of 36 credit hours = 1 year of experience.
Bachelor’s degree or an Associate’s degree and 2 years additional experience.
ALL DEGREES MUST BE EARNED FROM A REGIONALLY ACCREDITED INSTITUTION
· 5 years documented experience in the field of electrical systems maintenance.
· 2 years’ experience providing post-secondary education or incumbent worker trainer in electrical field.
· 2 years of experience providing post-secondary education or incumbent worker trainer in electrical field.
Licenses or Certifications:
· Master Electrician Credentials
· Commercial Driver’s License
· 10 years’ experience in the field of electrical systems maintenance
· 5 years’ experience providing post-secondary education or incumbent worker trainer in electrical field.
Special knowledge, skills, abilities:
· Demonstrated Knowledge of a wide variety of electrical systems typically found in the industrial setting that can include but are not limited to: programmable logic controllers, motors & controls, basic electrical circuits, switches, wiring, circuit boards, instrumentation and other electrical systems commonly found in the industrial and manufacturing setting.
· Documented skills to take the knowledge base of the items listed above and convert that to high quality curriculum materials complete with lab exercises, handouts, reference materials, etc.
· Ability to instruct and convey the technical know-how and troubleshooting skills to individuals attending classes in any type of electrical systems we offer.
$33,000 base salary plus additional compensation based on education and experience. In addition to salary, PCC offers an excellent benefits package which includes health, dental, vision, life insurance, and retirement.
To be considered for a position, applicants must submit a PCC Application, voluntary Affirmative Action form, letter of interest, resume, and unofficial transcripts to PCCJOBS@pueblocc.edu or by mailing applicant packets to: Human Resources
900 W Orman Ave
Pueblo, CO 81004
--All applications received by the close date will be considered.
--After the position closes, applicants will be screened based on the posted MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
--Applicants meeting minimum qualifications will be moved to the Screening Committee. The Screening Committee will determine the applicants who will be offered interviews and those applicants will be contacted via email or telephone.
--Once a job offer has been accepted, all applicants will be notified via email.
--Former employees of the Colorado Community College System or one of its 13 colleges, who were disciplinarily terminated or resigned in lieu of termination, must disclose this information on your application and may not be eligible for consideration.
Pueblo Community College - 20 months ago
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