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Adjunct Faculty in SAT Welding

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As directed by SLCC Policy, Adjunct positions are semester by semester contract with no guarantee of continued employment. Please attach additional documents (Resume, copies of credentials or transcripts, etc.) for consideration. Official Transcripts are required for those who are offered employment only. **This is a pooled position and The department will review applications when positions become available.**

Position Information

Position Information

Position Title Adjunct Faculty in SAT Welding
Open Internally or Externally External
If faculty, tenure track status Not Applicable
Reports to (title) Associate Dean
Department SAT Instruction
Requisition Number AP0189
Position Type Replacement
Job Category Adjunct - Variable
FT/PT Part-time
Initial Work Location Varies
Starting Salary $23.00 - $45.71 per hour
Job Open Date 12/15/2015
Job Close Date
Open Until Filled Yes
Priority Review Date
Job Summary

Under general supervision the instructor will teach and facilitate student learning in a competency-based welding program, preparing students for industrial employment and certifications as required.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties

1. Provide instruction and facilitate students’ learning in Oxy-acetylene welding, shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, flux cored arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, and blueprint reading (including welding symbols leading to industry certifications and employment.
2. Accommodate various learning styles, especially hands-on training, not limited to the classroom.
3. Advise students on the program requirements and their progress through the courses. Assess student’s abilities and provide appropriate documentation and feedback.
4. Collaborate with other instructor(s)in the department to aid in development and coordination of quality classroom activities and curriculum as required.
5. Provide an industry viewpoint to the training program so that students will be prepared to enter the work force.
6. Keep current on technological advances in welding
7. Support college and SAT policies and guidelines.
8. Must have good work ethic, punctuality, and attendance habits.
9. Other duties as assigned.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties Continued
Preferred Qualifications

1. Preferred experience teaching in competency-based adult programs.
2. Preferred experience teaching students from diverse backgrounds.
3. Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills.
4. Ability to work without close supervision in a team with diverse membership
5. Ability to work within a prescribed curriculum and departmental procedures while maintaining patience, creativity, and cooperative attitude.
6. Basic computer literacy and use, including word processing, internet, and email.
7. Journeyman level welding skills using the most common industrial welding processes.
8. Work in a team environment and support a variety of instructional delivery formats.
9. Current or previous AWS CWI/CWE credentials are not mandatory, but would be a positive attribute. Documentation required.

Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience:
1. Seven (7) years full time paid, non-teaching work experience as a journeyman or equivalent level as a welder. May include a maximum of 1 year welding training other than “on-the-job-training”. (documentation required) OR
2. Associate Degree in related field with 3 years experience in the industry and 4 years welding experience.
3. Must be a current member of the American Welding Society in good standing.
4. Must be able to read and interpret welding blueprints and know the AWS system of welding symbols.
5. Must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the following welding processes: Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding, Flux Cored Arc Welding; Gas Tungsten Arc Welding.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

1. Knowledge and experience in curriculum development in related areas
2. Experience as an instructor and/or in related area
3. Experience teaching in competency-based open-entry/open-exit individualized adult programs
4. Experience teaching students from diverse backgrounds
5. Attention to details, excellent documentation, and maintenance of individualized records of student performance
6. Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
7. Ability to work without close supervision in a team with diverse membership
8. Ability to work within a prescribed curriculum and departmental procedures while maintaining patience, creativity, and cooperative attitude

Non-Essential Responsibilities and Duties
Special Instructions

As directed by SLCC Policy, Adjunct positions are semester by semester contract with no guarantee of continued employment.

Please attach additional documents (Resume, copies of credentials or transcripts, etc.) for consideration.

Official Transcripts are required for those who are offered employment only.

This is a pooled position and The department will review applications when positions become available.

FLSA Exempt

Supplemental Questions

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Required Documents

Required Documents
Optional Documents
  1. Resume / Curr. Vitae
  2. Cover Letter
  3. Other Doc
  4. Transcripts
  5. Letters of Reference
  6. Student/Faculty Evaluations