Electrical Instructor

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DIVISION: Applied Technology

SUPERVISOR: Dean of Applied Technology

BASIC FUNCTION: Full-time, nine-month position with potential for supplemental summer term contract. This position includes, but is not limited to, classroom and laboratory instruction in DC and AC theory, residential, commercial, industrial wiring applications, National Electrical Code, and blueprint reading.
Other skills may include motor theory, programmable logic controllers, and power distribution. Developed organizational, leadership skills, communication, and successful in working in a team environment.

Required – Two-year post-secondary AAS degree in the field of electrical applications or related field.
Three years of recent experience in the electrical field with emphasis in residential, commercial, and industrial wiring applications and National Electrical Code.
Knowledge of electrical theory, wiring applications, motor theory, blueprint reading, basic drafting, motor controls, and programmable logic controllers.

Preferred – Bachelor’s degree in closely related field.
5 years recent experience in the electrical field with emphasis in residential, commercial, and industrial wiring applications and National Electrical Code.
Previous teaching experience.
Bilingual in Spanish and English

The successful applicant for this position will be required to meet applicable new instructor criterion as established by the College Quality Faculty Plan.

1. Excellent organizational, oral and written communication skills, and leadership skills.
2. Ability to work with a wide range of students.
3. Ability to provide effective instruction across the entire curriculum core to a broad spectrum of traditional and nontraditional students.
4. Ability to work in a team environment.
5. Basic computer skills.

1. Conduct effective instruction in all assigned areas, using approved course outlines.
2. Develop, revise, and maintain current program curriculum for assigned courses.
3. Notify the Academic Dean, designee, or individual in charge as early as possible of inability to meet a class.
4. Assess student progress and maintain accurate grade computations. Submit grade reports to Student Services according to designated timelines.
5. Attend all faculty and division meetings and serve on college committees as appropriate.
6. Schedule and meet with program advisory committee a minimum of twice per year.
7. Recommends additional media center instructional materials.
8. Assist in the budgeting process by identifying instructional materials and equipment.
9. Counsel, advise, and/or refer students as appropriate.
10. Maintain evidence of competency achievement (knowledge and application of knowledge) and demonstrate continuous professional development as outlined in the Quality Faculty Plan.
11. Assist in promotion and recruitment of the instructor’s respective program(s).
12. Submit requisitions for needed supplies to immediate supervisor.
13. Serve as a resource person for students and graduates regarding job opportunities.
14. Enforce all Northwest Iowa Community College student policies.
15. Participate in professional development activities.
16. Provide students written course expectations, including course objectives, attendance policy, methods of evaluation, and grading practices.
17. Conducts business or industry training as needed.

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the essential job duties/responsibilities and performance expectations of the job, which should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned.

WAGE/SALARY RANGE: Based upon experience and education.

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Applications accepted until the position is filled; review of applications to begin immediately.


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