Pamlico Correctional Institution
- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Education: High school diploma or GED required.
Experience: Minimum of five (5) years of experience as a Journeyman, Master or Licensed Plumber required
Positive work history in the field of plumbing for at least 5 years. Candidates must be knowledgeable, productive and efficient in all functions that are core competencies to the Plumbing industry.
Education: A certificate or AAS degree in related field preferred.
Experience: Two years teaching experience preferred, particularly at a community college. Minimum of five (5) years of experience as a Journeyman, Master or Licensed Plumber required. Positive work history in the field of plumbing for at least 5 years. Candidates must be knowledgeable, productive and efficient in all functions that are core competencies to the Plumbing industry.
Under the supervision of the Vice President of Instruction, is responsible for teaching undergraduate courses and advancing academic excellence and student success; teach day classes as required; adhere to the departmental course guidelines; responsible for maintaining all required college records and participating in departmental, divisional, and college-wide advising and recruitment activities and assessment; and will assume other duties as required by the supervisor. The position instructs incarcerated individuals in an introductory course in residential and commercial plumbing that will provide them the skills needed for entry level employment in the plumbing industry upon release.
Recruits, instructs, advises and evaluates trainees based upon the Plumbing Technology program requirements. Research and develop curriculum in plumbing technology occupations. Ability to teach and or facilitate courses related to plumbing technology specific occupations. Teach students skills needed to pass industry related certifications. Knowledge of NCCER Plumbing Technology core curriculum and plumbing modules or NCCER certified in the area of Pluming Technology. Oversees the initial development and establishment of plumbing workshop facilities and curriculum. Once completed, will maintain and ensure protection of all equipment and supplies in shop areas. Develop instructional activities, course syllabi, course outlines and other necessary teaching material. Monitors and reports student attendance and academic progress daily, at mid-terms, and at the conclusion of each training session. Apply effective teaching strategies for courses. Effectively use appropriate technology and equipment. Maintain student records as directed by institutional policy. Identify and make recommendation for instructional equipment and student reference materials. Provide advisement to students enrolled in area of teaching. Provide one-on-one tutoring to students. Maintain confidentiality of student and other staff. Establishes productive relationships with industry sources, businesses, I.C.P., NC License.org, NCCER, and other external agencies to promote excellence in training and appropriate job placement. Participate in department and institutional meetings and committees.
How to Apply
This procedure must be followed or application may be rejected. Candidates should submit:
(1) signed Pamlico Community College application which can be obtained at the college website http://www.pamlicocc.edu/about-employment.php or by calling (252) 249-1851, extension 3078; (2) a photocopy of college transcripts, if applicable; and (3) a resume.
The resume is not a substitute for a completed application; the application must include work history. If you have transcripts already on file, please specify. Incomplete applications will not be eligible for consideration, and all requested information must be received by the deadline date. Mail to Rebecca Pesko, P.O. Box 185 (5049 Highway 306 South for carrier deliveries), Grantsboro, NC 28529, or email@example.com with position title in subject line or fax to 252-249-2984. Employment and selection procedures are outlined in Chapter 6 of PCC’s Policies and Procedures.