Apply for the vacancy for Technology Instructor at Rock Valley College in the USA. The category of the position is
- Instructional Technology and Design
- Faculty – Education – Curriculum and Instruction.
Teach assigned classes and laboratory sections, and perform related activities to classroom instruction.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Meet classes at assigned times. (Schedule normally includes both day and evening classes)
- Also, plan course content and assign appropriate course work.
- Maintain student records.
- Evaluate student progress and assign grades.
- Revise course outlines, objectives, and catalog information as needed.
- Similarly, select appropriate texts, and teaching materials.
- Maintain office hours convenient for students.
- Prepare course/class reports as required.
- Also, attend and participate in conferences related to teaching area; membership in appropriate professional organizations is recommended.
- Submit budget requests and written narrative when appropriate.
- Keep informed on latest research and journal articles.
- Also, attend required meetings (faculty, division, in-service, training, etc.).
- Assist in short-range and long-range planning.
- Participate in division, college, advisory committees, and community activities.
- Instruct students in the proper use of lab equipment where appropriate.
- See that equipment and/or labs are properly maintained where appropriate.
- Moreover, maintain supply and equipment inventory where appropriate.
- Make minor repairs on machines or other equipment when practical and appropriate.
- Likewise, participate in assessment of student learning.
- Assist in evaluating other divisional faculty members.
- Also, assist in student program advisement.
- Recruit students when appropriate.
- Additionally, assist in placement of graduates when appropriate.
- Assist in course and student outcome assessments.
- Also, work closely with the welding professional associations.
- Furthermore, interface with the American Welding Society.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Bachelor’s Degree in Welding or an equivalent discipline or 2,000 hours of demonstrated work experience in welding and metal fabrication. Certification from American Welding Society, American Petroleum Institute, military or equivalent.