POSITION: Computer-Integrated Machining Instructor
FIRST REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS: July 17, 2013
EFFECTIVE DATES OF EMPLOYMENT: August 12, 2013
SALARY RANGE: Salary
based on College's Salary Plan
Candidate must have an associate degree from a regionally accredited institution and have demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline; a baccalaureate degree is preferred. Candidate must also have 5 years of experience working as a machinist, must have CNC experience, and must be very familiar with CNC programming. Candidate should possess a valid NC Class A CDL license or must obtain a valid NC Class A CDL license within one year of employment. Industry recognized credentials such as NIMS are preferred. Previous teaching experience at a community college or university and experience using instructional technologies and teaching online courses are also preferred. Candidate must ensure that facilities, equipment, and materials are well maintained, clean, organized, and available for classes. Candidate must also have the ability to communicate with and relate to students, faculty, and staff; possess good oral and written communication skills; be self-motivated; and be creative.
The primary instructional responsibility and function is to teach college-level courses to students in the Computer-Integrated Machining program. The candidate must maintain scheduled classroom hours, post and maintain office hours, and keep accurate records. In keeping with the College’s philosophy, each member of the staff is expected to carry out a specific job assignment within the area of education and specialization and, at the same time, contribute generally to the attainment of institutional goals through cooperative team effort within the total college and the community at large. Evening, weekend, and online classes may be assigned on and off campus.