Night-Four(4) Days Per Week(M-TH) 5:00-10:00 PM- Instructing courses including Gas Metal Arc, Gas Tungsten Arc, Shielded Metal Arc and Pipe Welding
Daily teaching duties include class lecture, lesson planning, and classroom management.
Evaluating students' progress in attaining goals and objectives.
Maintaining program certification requirements, as appropriate.
Preparing and maintaining required documentation and administrative reports.
Ensuring safety and security requirements are met in the classroom and laboratory areas.
Other duties as assigned by Department Head or Program Dean
Teaching responsibilities are typically performed in a classroom/lab environment with the employee intermittently sitting, standing, walking, bending, pushing, and pulling for three (3) four (4) continuous hours at a time.
The employee frequently lifts lightweight objects up to 50LBS.
The work is performed in campus buildings and outdoors where the employee is occasionally exposed to cold or inclement weather.
The exposure to dirt, dust, grease, machinery with moving parts, chemicals, and fumes is possible in the laboratory environment.
Diploma in Welding OR related field AND related work experience
Associate Degree in related field and credentials as an NCCER Certified Instructor.
Salary is based on experience, qualifications, Welding tests based on which position applying for. Up to $30.00 per hour, 29 hours per week.
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Associate's degree in a related field from an accredited college or university OR Two years of related experience OR recognized certification in the area of vocational assignment. Note: Positions may require area specific certifications.
State Of Georgia