Electrician Technology Adjunct Instructor
TITLE: Electrician Technology Adjunct Instructor
REPORTS TO: Academic Chair- School of Trades Technology
PURPOSE OF JOB
- To teach coursework in Electrician Technology program.
- To develop curriculum, provide training and student support resulting in graduates who meet entry-level employment criteria for positions in Electrician Technology.
- To teach Electrician Technology coursework to prepare graduates for employment as skilled residential, industrial and commercial electricians.
- Prepare students to pass certification tests required in the profession.
NO. OF DIRECT REPORTS: None
PERFORMANCE MEASURED BY
- Student persistence
- Student Instructional Outcomes
- Individual Performance Plans developed by cooperation with Academic Chair
- Must have minimum of an Associate degree in Electrical Technology or related field
- State Teaching Certification not required
- Minimum of five years’ full-time work experience
- in the electrical field.
- Must have education and work experience to demonstrate
- competency to teach course work in electrical residential, commercial and industrial construction, maintenance, troubleshooting, instrumentation, controls, conduit bending and power and lighting systems.
- Must be able to read, understand and convey blueprints and associated building and construction documents.
- Proficient with and working knowledge of the National Electric Code., NFPA 70E and Electrical Computations.
- Ability to use software programs (MS Word/Excel/Outlook)
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Electrician journeyman experience preferred or licensure.
Note: Per Academic Chair approval, applicants must be willing to learn new subject matter as required to teach additional coursework.
Adjunct – Hours will vary based on course(s) being taught
- Starting Hourly rate $41.00
- Payment is split into three equal payments based on quarter start date.
- Payday is last working day of the month
- Must pass criminal back ground check prior to starting position.
- Compensation includes:
- Instructional time (based on 55 hour, 44 hour or 33 hour schedule)
- Preparation time
- Office hours and other formal and informal interaction with the students; i.e., telephone, email
- Three hours per quarter of faculty meetings/in-service training
- Eight hours of pre-service training is provided by the Center for Teaching and Learning Department.