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It is the policy of Stark State College to ensure equal employment opportunity in accordance with Ohio Revised Code and all applicable federal regulations and guidelines. Employment discrimination against employees and applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, military status, pregnancy, disability, age, genetic information, or sexual orientation is illegal.
Full time position reports to the Department Chair of the Automotive and Transportation Department. Initial responsibilities include: Preparing and delivering courses in the Comprehensive Program and the Honda PACTProgram; coordinating and mentoring part-time instructors that teach in the automotive program; modifying and updating Comprehensive and Honda courses to reflect current industry standards and program use; student academic advising; marketing of all of the Automotive programs to high schools, businesses and industries in the area; participating in departmental, committee, and college activities, and performing other duties as assigned by the Department Chair.
Opportunities include teaching NATEF certified automotive courses, developing curriculum for new courses and programs, articulating with other schools, and interfacing with the local business community. The candidate must be willing to obtain and maintain ASE certification and Honda certification in the areas they are assigned to teach. The instructor must be willing to attend training classes throughout the US to maintain certification status. The candidate must be willing to: develop curriculum, set up classrooms and labs, account for tools, equipment, and course materials; develop, and maintain theNATEF Certification package for the Honda PACT Program, attend and participate in Advisory Committee Meetings, visit local dealers and independent repair facilities to gain support for the program, visit programs at other colleges to investigate program operations, and help in ordering necessary tools and equipment.
AAS in Automotive Technology strongly preferred. If the candidate does not have an AAS in Automotive Technology, they must have major automotive industry certifications and must agree to obtain an AAS in Automotive Technology within three years of initial employment.
Candidate must be ASE Master certified and Honda Master Technician certified with at least five years of recent field experience. Advanced degrees and teaching experience are a plus. The candidate must: have the ability to diagnose and service modern computerized fuel, ignition, and emission control management systems; possess an in-depth knowledge of complex automotive electronic devices and systems, and have a thorough understanding of automotive microprocessors, sensors, and actuators; be able to use automotive scan tools and voltage tracing scopes to diagnose engine performance and driveability problems; be able to diagnose, service, and repair automatic transmissions, manual transmissions, and final drive assemblies.
Licensure or Certification Requirements:
The candidate must be ASE Master certified and Honda Master Technician certified and agree to maintain those certifications.
Previous experience teaching in higher education is strongly preferred.
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