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Industrial Maintenance Technology Instructor

 

  • Teach effectively in the Industrial Maintenance Technology (INT) field.
  • Obtain and maintain state-of-the-science knowledge both in areas of technical expertise and in teaching methodology.
  • Maintain the Industrial Maintenance Technology instructional program and resources at a high level of quality and efficiency by continuously upgrading course materials and by recommending additional instructional equipment and materials.
  • Select and present to the Technical Programs Department Chairperson at least three (3) Members of an INT Advisory Committee. The committee should be selected or reconfirmed prior to September 1 of each year.
  • Write and maintain minutes of at least one meeting each year with members of the Industrial Maintenance Technology Program Advisory Committee and provide copies to the Dean of Instruction, the Technical Programs Department Chairperson, and the College Library.
  • Work closely with the Industrial Maintenance Technology Program Advisory Committee to keep a close relationship with the business and industrial community.
  • Serve on faculty committees to develop and improve the INT instructional program.
  • Maintain accurate Industrial Maintenance Technology Program related records concerning student attendance, instructional objectives, learning outcomes, and submit those reports required for the operation of an effective training program.
  • Be responsible during the official school day for his/her program and those students assigned to that program.
  • Attend all scheduled faculty meetings and special programs presented by the College.
  • Become familiar with and adhere to policies, procedures, and regulations contained in the Faculty/Staff Handbook.
  • Acquire instructor textbooks, training manuals, and any other materials necessary for instruction of your discipline.
  • Participate in articulation and student recruiting efforts with public and private schools in the College’s service area.
  • Participate in the College’s annual academic and technical competitions.
  • Present an annual budget request for instructional equipment and supplies to Dean of Instruction.
  • Recruit students for the Industrial Maintenance Program.
  • Advise and register students enrolled in Industrial Maintenance Program.
  • Work well with others and show respect to all College constituents.
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Dean of Instruction or the President.