Detailed Job Description
12 Month Faculty Position.
The position will report to the Coordinator of the Automotive Program.
Duties & Responsibilities
Responsible to teach classes in the areas of automatic transmissions and transaxles, electrical systems, fuel systems, suspension, brakes, air conditioning and engines. Position will teach both dual credit and post-secondary students including students in the ASEP
(General Motors), CAP
(Chrysler) and T-TEN
(Toyota Motors) programs. Duties will include working with local industry to provide training; conducting regular shop visits with local repair facilities, assisting with student recruitment; participating in college committees including volunteer activities, SkillsUSA activities including travel to events, and other automotive student clubs. Position will also maintain office hours and advise students within the program. Evening and day classes to be expected.
Current ASE certifications (A-1 – A-9 and MLR) are required. A minimum of five years of experience as a dealership line technician is required. An Associate’s Degree in an automotive related area is required, OR any equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Recent corporate training courses with General Motors, Chrysler or Toyota are preferred. Appropriate degree (AAS minimum) must be obtained within 3 years of employment. Candidate must have a good background in automatic transmissions, electrical systems, fuel systems, suspension, alignment, brakes, air conditioning and engines. Teaching experience at a community college level is highly desirable. Successful candidate will be dynamic and have a high energy level along with a strong commitment to the community college philosophy. Candidate should value diversity and have a multi-cultural perspective with adult/minority students. Willingness to enhance coursework with appropriate online materials and classroom technology.
Commensurate with education and experience