Instructor, Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship
Location: Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Teach, mentor, role model, and guide student learning. Create and maintain a dynamic, innovative, and positive learning environment.
Start date: July 2017
Duties & Responsibilities
Plan, prepare, and deliver instruction of assigned courses using a variety of teaching methods to facilitate the learning of students. Depending on program/discipline, courses may be taught in the classroom, lab/shop, outdoor locations, clinical sites, and/or online and may include day and/or evening classes.
Responsible for the development, updating, revision, and maintenance of program/discipline curriculum and instructional materials.
Responsible for student advisement including academic advising and providing support to assist in achievement of learning and career goals and facilitate retention in program/College.
Assist with student recruitment, registration, and job placement including representing the College and/or program at on- and off- campus events and on-going networking with employers.
Assist with program/discipline budgeting including managing program-specific funds in the annual budget; recommending, purchasing, installing, and maintaining equipment; purchasing and upgrading software; and materials and supplies purchasing and inventory.
Responsible for classroom management including maintaining accurate student attendance and grade reports as well as maintaining a clean, organized environment with an emphasis on safety.
Responsible for the assessment, documentation, and enhancement of student learning by gathering, analyzing, and interpreting attainment of learning outcomes; and related records maintenance.
Assist with advisory committee member recruitment and retention; attend advisory committee meetings, and work with advisory committee(s) in developing, validating, and regularly updating program content/outcomes.
Establish and maintain positive, professional, and collaborative relationships with internal and external partners including co-workers, employers, area high schools, and professional organizations.
Actively participate in program/discipline planning, department/division planning, in-services, College-wide and other professional development opportunities, and regional/state/national meetings and activities.
Maintain professional/technical knowledge and skills including currency in assigned discipline, required occupational certification/licensing, and instructional technology/delivery methods.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Discipline-centered bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution or combination of of education, training, and occupational experience equivalent to bachelor's degree. If successful candidate does not currently hold a discipline-centered bachelor's degree, attainment of such a degree within a reasonable period of time will be required.
Minimum of two years (4,000 hours) of recent non-teaching work experience in related field required to include in installing equipment, repairing and replacing units, maintaining equipment and using machines such as lathes, drill presses and various handtools, working with electrical drawings, troubleshooting electrical motors, AC and DC drives, PLC's, and solid state devices.
Maintenance technician journeyman card or equivalent required.
Apprenticeship completion certificate from the Wisconsin Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards (BAS) or a federally registered program or a signed letter from a representative of an appropriate apprenticeship advisory committee required.
Post-secondary teaching experience preferred.
Must be able to demonstrate good organizational skills, positive interpersonal skills, and excellent communication skills in educating adult learners.
Compensation & Benefits
Salary range: $51,000 - $87,000 dependent upon experience and qualifications.
Benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance; life insurance; short-term disability; long-term disability; paid time off and holidays; flexible spending account; Wisconsin Retirement System; 403(b) and 457; employee assistance program; educational assistance; and employee wellness program.
How To Apply
To be considered for this position, you must complete an online application. You should have the following information available when completing an application:
Application materials submitted via mail, fax, email, or in-person will not be considered.
Incomplete applications or applications noting 'See Resume' will not be considered.
Continuous recruitment with first review of completed applications starting Wednesday, May 10th. Applications received on or after Wednesday, May 10th may be considered in a secondary pool.
Mid-State Technical College, an equal opportunity employer and educator, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or other applicable legislated categories, in its services, employment programs, and/or its educational programs and activities, including but not limited to admission, treatment, and access. Mid-State Technical College provides reasonable accommodations to assist persons with disabilities to access or participate in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: VP-Human Resources, 32nd Street N, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494, Phone: 715-422-5325.
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