Instructor, Electrical Systems Technology

first_imgTeaching faculty at Guilford Technical Community College areresponsible for supporting student success by creating an optimumlearning environment, responding to student needs, managingeffective instructional activities, developing curriculum courses,modeling employability skills, demonstrating professionalism,developing cooperative work relationships with other faculty andstaff, supporting college administrative requirements, andmaintaining competency in their instructional field. He/she will beresponsible for quality instruction and for effective participationand interest in the total affairs of the college.Under general supervision, this individual will develop, prepareand teach Electrical Systems Technology lecture and laboratorycourses within the program. These courses may cover any of thefollowing topics: residential, commercial and industrial wiring,motors, motor controls, switchgears and industrial motor controlcenters, interpretation of electrical prints, schematics anddiagrams, PLC and photovoltaic systems design.Education Required: -Associate’s degree in Electrical SystemsTechnology or a related field from a regionally accreditedpost-secondary institution -Licensed Electrical ContractorEducation Preferred: -Bachelor’s degree from a regionallyaccredited post-secondary institutionExperience Required: -Three years recent, relevant experienceas an electrician, or similar job title. -Experience withresidential, commercial and industrial wiring -Teaching and/orindustry training experience in electrical systems technologytopics in any of the following formats: teaching courses, trainingsessions, conducting professional development workshops, and/orother continuing education seminarsExperience Preferred: -More than three years recent, relevantexperience as an electrician, or similar job title. -Experiencewith motors, motor controls, switchgear, and Industrial MotorControl Centers -Post-secondary teaching experience in ElectricalSystems Technology -Experience with assessment of student learningoutcomes -Experience with distance learning and/or alternateinstructional delivery systems

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