CNC Machine and Tooling Technology Instructor
Job Vacancy Notice: 6/13/2014
JOB SUMMARY: This is a full-time position teaching courses such as Machine Processes on typical job-shop type machines (lathes, mills, drills, grinders, etc.) and print reading. A thorough knowledge of set-up, tool and work holding, speeds and feeds, and other machining basics for each of these machines is essential. Candidate will be required to design and/or develop new course work to maintain the College as a leading edge provider. Experience with CNC setup, programming and operation is essential. Responsibilities include: actively participating as a team player with a focus on student learning; assisting with the development of appropriate reports; facilitating program related activities; and student academic advising, student assessment, and related functions. Other duties may include: student organization advisor; maintaining, updating, and evaluating the EMC2 curriculum; student recruitment; budget development; program promotion and development of community relations and partnerships. Teaching assignments may include days and evenings, and various sites and formats (face-to-face, on-line, ICN). A full-time teaching load of 15 credit hours per term is typical. This individual will maintain cooperative relationships with the Dean, other faculty, all divisions of the College, prospective employers, and the community. Performs other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS: Special training and 6,000 hours of recent, relevant work experience. Ability to effectively communicate with students, colleagues, staff, and the public. Ability to apply teaching skills, motivate and interest students, be personable and professional, and be able to learn and apply new concepts and ideas. Preferences include knowledge in the areas of GD & T, EDM operations, and jig and fixture building and related Associate’s degree.
EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Nine-month contractual position beginning in August of 2014. Salary will be commensurate with the applicant’s education and experience and will include a comprehensive benefits program including health, dental, life, and LTD insurance; a Section 125 plan for medical and dependent care expense; personal and sick leave; and a choice of retirement programs--IPERS (defined benefit) or TIAA-CREF (defined contribution).
Application materials are required and must be received in the Human Resource Services office by 4:00pm Central Time .
Veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
If you are in need of any special accommodation in completing the application process, please notify Human Resource Services.
Human Resource Services
Hawkeye Center 101