- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Friday, May 24, 2019
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
• Associates Degree in Construction Management, Carpentry, Construction or closely related field
Five (5) or more years of relevant work experience.
Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Carpentry, Construction or closely related field
• One (1) or more years’ experience in an instructional setting as a tutor or teacher
• Two (2) years of teaching with specialized training and strong technology skills relating to the construction industry
• Proficient with Construction Scheduling & Estimating Software and Trained in Statics/Structures.
Preferred Licenses, Certificates or Specialized Training:
• Current North Carolina General Contractor’s License
• American Concrete Institute Field Technician Certification
• Building Information Modeling
• OSHA Authorized Trainer
• OSHA 30 hour card
To provide classroom instruction to students through lecture, demonstration, laboratory exercises, handouts, responding to questions, and testing.
This is the full journey level class within the instructor series. Employees within this class are distinguished from the Program Director by the performance of basic and general instructional duties. Employees at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise, and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit.
Receives general supervision from the Department Chair.
• Receives technical direction from the Program Director
• Provide classroom and laboratory instruction to students.
• Prepare lesson plans and schedule classroom activities; develop, and prepare supplemental materials to enhance textbook lessons.
• Provide a safe hands on work environment for all carpentry/construction students; observe right to know laws, use safe work practices, follow the CFCC HAZCOM plan and ensure students use the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) at all times. Alert the program director of any safety/hazmat issues as soon as they are discovered.
• Develop and prepare tests to evaluate student performance; grade and record individual scores.
• Provide classroom demonstrations on various equipment and machinery; develop laboratory
assignments to provide hands on experience as appropriate.
• Ensure that all instruction given to students including, lectures, tests, demonstrations, laboratory exercises, and service projects follow the technical direction of the program director.
• Act as an advisor and counselor to students; provide individual tutoring to students outside of the classroom as needed.
• Participate in curriculum development, evaluation, and change; attend faculty meetings as required.
• Maintain accurate records of student attendance, and performance; maintain other records and
databases according to program needs or accreditation requirements.
• Stay abreast of new developments, and changes in the carpentry/construction trade, as well as various academic fields; participate in staff development programs, workshops, seminars, and other continuing education programs as appropriate.
• Oversee the implementation of policies and procedures related to required teaching area.
• Participate on college committees and in other institutional activities and programs.
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