Diesel Technology Assistant Professor (Full-Time Temp. - Fall/Winter/Spring)
The Diesel Technology Assistant Professor may teach a variety of diesel technology classes at the Associate and Bachelor degree level dependent upon their level of expertise. Course content may include: basic shop skills, welding/fabrication, hydraulics, mobile electrical systems, chassis, management, regulatory guidelines, failure analysis, fluid analysis, power generation, and commercial driver license training. Other duties include recruiting students, meeting with advisory committees, assisting students with job placements, maintaining personal/professional certifications and licenses, and serving on various committees.
The faculty will also advise students, participate in curriculum and program development, participate in professional development and community services activities, engage in assessment activities, participate in college activities, as well as attend faculty and committee meetings, and perform other duties as assigned.
- Two-year degree in a related industrial technology field with four years of work experience.
- Bachelor's degree in related field.
- Welding knowledge and experience.
- Possess a current class A Commercial Driver's License.
- Experience teaching in laboratory and classroom settings.
- Managerial experience in industry.
- Demonstrated ability in program/curriculum development and assessment.
- Demonstrated ability to serve the needs of students who represent a broad spectrum of ages, abilities, ethnicity, education, and cultural backgrounds.
- Demonstrated ability to work with and advise students.
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate with peers.
- Demonstrated participation in professional and community service activities.
- Demonstrated ability to utilize current technology for course set up and to communicate with students.