Faculty, Full-time Temporary, Mechatronics

Job Description:
The faculty member reports to the chairperson of the Engineering Technologies department and works in collaboration with the Program Director of Skilled Trades and Industrial Technologies. The faculty member is responsible for managing, preparing, and teaching courses in the Accelerated Mechatronics programs. The faculty member maintains accurate records on students, develops new educational materials and media, assists with curriculum review, advises, and counsels students and holds office hours. The faculty member performs professional duties and participates in departmental and institutional functions, including departmental meetings and committee work.

*Full-Time Temporary assignment

Primary Functions:

Provides students with appropriate learning materials and expertise in assigned subjects (e.g., System Electricity, System Control Electronics, Mechanical Systems, Hydraulics and Pneumatics, Programmable Logic Controllers)
Demonstrates appropriate knowledge of subject
Encourages students' participation in class activities
Identifies learning objectives and evaluates student performance based on objectives
Prepares course syllabi and outlines
Establishes and maintains an organized and disciplined classroom environment
Works with external companies and enrolls students in Co-op experience course
Provides students with assistance and guidance regarding the educational program and appropriate conduct, including compliance with the College Code of Conduct
Adheres to all College and department policies
Provides timely submission of all required paperwork/information as required by the department or College

Secondary Functions:

Performs additional duties as assigned by the department chair

Requirements:
Required Qualifications:

Earned associate's degree in Mechanical/Electrical Technology or related field from a regionally accredited higher education institution with five years' experience or possess a Journeyman's card/certificate from a formal Apprenticeship Program, or a minimum 10-years' experience in appropriate industrial setting
Demonstrated ability to install, maintain, troubleshoot, repair electrical and mechanical systems and components. This will include hydraulics and pneumatics
Ability to teach courses in the Mechatronics program
Commitment to supporting an equitable, inclusive environment on campus
Evidence of respect for and understanding of people with diverse backgrounds, abilities, and needs
Knowledge of, or experience in, implementing a variety of teaching strategies (industry trainings are acceptable)
Thorough background on programmable logic controllers and ladder logic
Evidence of effective communication (interpersonal, speaking, and writing) skills
Willingness to serve students through academic advising and mentoring
Willingness to serve the department and the division through committees and other activities
Commitment to continued professional growth
Maintains student attendance records, grades, and other records according to department and College guidelines and submits them in a timely manner
Communicates regularly with students; responds to requests for help outside of classroom hours
Maintain office hours and contractual obligations
Classroom and administrative technology proficiency; MS Office tools
Awareness of the value of technology as a tool for teaching

Preferred Qualifications

Earned bachelor's or master's degree in related field and/or education from a regionally accredited higher education institution
Experience and/or interest in teaching online courses
College-level teaching experience

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