- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Friday, June 1, 2018
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Associate degree in Electrical Electronics, Electronics Engineering or related Industrial Technology discipline from a regionally accredited institution; possess a North Carolina Electrical Contractor’s License or meet the requirements to obtain a North Carolina Electrical Contractor’s License within one year of employment.
Minimum five (5) years experience in industrial systems to include electrical/electronics, industrial building/ maintenance technology, and/or facility and equipment maintenance experience.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating procedures, schematics, blueprints and maintenance instructions.
Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills required and ability to collaboratively work as a team member.
Ability to engage with business and industry partners to develop work-based learning experiences and apprenticeships.
Ability to provide instruction during the day, evening, and some weekends.
Ability to integrate and maintain content in a learning management system.
Knowledge and experience in installation and repair of industrial machinery.
Repair and troubleshooting skills in the following trades: electrical, electronics, programmable logic controls, instrumentation, heating/air conditioning and refrigeration, mechanical, and knowledge of construction trades.
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Electronics, Electronics Engineering or related Industrial Technology discipline from a regionally accredited institution.
Community college teaching experience.
Under the supervision of the Department Chair, Applied Technologies, provide implementation and delivery of multiple courses in technology program areas [Electrical and Industrial Systems and Manufacturing Technology] within the Workforce Development and Continuing Education division.