Department: Building and Skilled Trades
Completed a formal apprenticeship training program.
Must be bilingual in Spanish & English.
5 years + teaching/ working in the electrical field.
Bilingual in Spanish & English.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
1. Planning, conducting, and assessing classroom instructional activities in the proper use of hand and power tools, equipment, theory, and hands-on instruction of residential wiring.
2. Knowledge and understanding of relevant disciplines, basic electrical wiring materials, and installation.
3.Knowledge of proper clothing, safety, tool use, and maintenance.
4. Ability to establish, maintain, and promote effective communication and interpersonal relations across departmental lines, with associates, as well as with the business community, the higher education community, and the general public.
5.Ability to demonstrate sensitivity to the needs and expectations of students, faculty, staff, and advisory or community groups
6.Understanding of the mission, goals, and objectives of a community college.
7.Excellent problem solving and critical thinking skills
8.Ability to think creatively and put ideas into action
9.Personal integrity, honesty, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.
The adjunct instructor, Electrical is responsible for teaching the late summer electrical wiring class, working with the Director in Construction Trades to plan, implement, and coordinate instruction.
1. The adjunct instructor is responsible for course preparation, delivery, and record keeping.
2. Teach all courses, as assigned, for the full duration of scheduled instruction
3. Enforce academic policy and procedures, and comply with institutional rules and regulations.
4. Assume responsibility for classroom prep, including maintenance and clean-up.
Required Working Hours
Published meeting times, preparation, and grading for contracted courses. Course to be held Spring and/or summer 2022.
Job Type: Adjunct Faculty
Posting Number: F424P
Close Date: 12/16/2022