FT Assistant Professor - Welding Technology

Location
Lansing, Michigan
Salary
FT Faculty-Pay Based on FT Salary Schedule
Posted
May 24, 2018
Institution Type
Community College

The Lansing Community College Technical Careers Division, led by exceptional faculty in over 30 program areas, is seeking individuals who possess strong knowledge and skills in their field and have a passion to share their expertise with tomorrow’s emerging workforce.  We focus on providing students with high quality education and training, including significant hands-on learning opportunities.  If you seek an opportunity to work with a great team of faculty and staff committed to student success in a professionally driven environment, then consider the following opportunity. 

Lansing Community College seeks a professional welder to teach courses in the Welding Technology Program.  The qualified individual will be able to teach SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, FCAW, plasma and oxy/fuel cutting processes, and have knowledge of Metallurgy as it relates to Welding.  The successful applicant will share responsibilities with other full-time faculty for the organization and function of the Welding Technology Program.  Strong communication skills and computer proficiency are a must.  The faculty member will participate in program/department meetings and divisional/college-wide committees, with a focus on continual improvement of programs and learning outcomes.  He/she will also participate in curriculum and course development, course and program coordination, tutoring and advising students, mentoring and reviewing peers, and shared governance of the College.  Must demonstrate a commitment to the diversity of a multi-cultural population, as well as work effectively in a team-based environment, seeking continuous improvement and adherence to the community college philosophy.  Teaching assignments may include daytime and/or evening hours.

Required:

Bachelor’s Degree in Welding with a minimum of two (2) years documented industry welding experience; OR Associate's Degree in Welding or Associate's Degree in another field with additional course studies related to welding (such as Journeyman certification course studies related to the welding field) and a minimum of three (3) years of documented industry welding experience; OR High School Diploma or GED with Journeyman certification course studies related to the welding field and a minimum of five (5) years of documented industry welding experience.

American Welding Society (AWS) membership.

Preferred:

Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) Certification.

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