Under the general supervision of the Department Chair of Automotive Technology Department, develops and reviews program and syllabi, goals and objectives according to approved curriculum and course syllabi standards. Demonstrates the effective use of oral and written communication skills and knowledge of current procedures in the Automotive/Diesel field. Evaluates and reviews students' progress in attaining goals and objectives. Instruct, advises and counsels students and maintains appropriate advisement records on each student. Monitor’s use of supplies, materials, and equipment. Requests and maintains supplies and equipment and prepares budget requests. Maintains and reviews classrooms and laboratories in accordance with approved classroom and lab management plans. Maintains and reviews program certification requirements, as appropriate. Prepares and maintains all required documentation and administrative reports. Attends staff development training, workshops, seminars and conferences. Ensures safety and security requirements are met in the training area. Meets with students, staff members and other educators to discuss students' instructional programs and other issues. Assists with recruitment, retention and job placement efforts. Demonstrates and insures the use of appropriate and effective teaching techniques, testing and grading procedures (including proper maintenance of grade books and any other appropriate record-keeping requirements), and oral and written communication skills. Serves on committees. Maintains ASE certifications and insures instructor’s qualifications for employment as described by the Atlanta Technical College, Technical College System of Georgia Policy Manual and accreditation standards. Follows and enforces rules and regulations as described by the Technical College System of Georgia Policy Manual and other policies and procedures established by the institution. Applicant must be able to select and assess student learning outcomes, foster effective learning in both classroom and lab settings, and promote good public relations via contacts and regular communications with business, industry, and the public sector.
Minimum Training & Experience: A degree from an accredited college or university *and* completed courses comparable with the curriculum taught. Faculty must be credentialed to satisfy all appropriate accrediting bodies for the course assigned.
Agency Specific Qualifications and/or Preferred Qualifications: A minimum of a high school diploma and a diploma from a postsecondary institution in the auto or diesel field. Work experience at least two or more years in field and must include the competencies, skills and knowledge levels that the instructor will be expected to teach in the Automotive or Diesel department. Must demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills. Certified ASE. Master ASE or must be Master ASE certified within the one year of hire.
QUALIFICATIONS: Would like an Associate Degree or higher related to transportation. Degree must be from an accredited private or public postsecondary college, four year college or completion of an equivalent military based, or company-sponsored training program. Two years’ experience as Automotive Technician or more. Master ASE Certification in Automotive & Diesel preferred.
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