Instructor in Aerospace Technology

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Instructor in Aerospace Technology – Airframe Maintenance & Composite Materials
Tracking Code 15-103
Job Description
Department: Professional Technical Education
Reports To: Division Chair
FLSA Status: Exempt
This position is responsible for providing instruction and serving as advisor to students enrolled in Aerospace Technology courses each semester. This position will primarily focus on Airframe maintenance, composite materials fabrication and repair of composite structures. The instructor will deliver Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) qualified instruction as well as assist in maintaining curriculum. This position will also maintain accountability for program equipment and laboratory area.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
This list includes but is not limited to the following:
• Teaches a minimum of 15 equivalent credit hours per semester as assigned and maintains additional weekly contractual hours, including a minimum of five office hours, five campus hours and five discretionary hours divided between office and campus hours for a total of 30 hours on campus per week
• Adhere to and maintain approved curriculum compliant with NIC FAA certification as a CFR part 147 Aviation Maintenance School.
• Becomes familiar with the assigned textbook(s), prepares class presentations and handouts for electronic distribution, and prepares a syllabus for each course
• Incorporates non-traditional delivery methods including internet, lecture recoding and IVC.
• Prepares, gives, and grades tests and homework and delivers grades to the registrar on time
• Receives training in and keeps skills current in using the electronic and physical equipment and software necessary to accomplishing teaching and advising responsibilities
• Advises students using the recommended procedures as outlined in the College Advising Handbook
• Identifies student-learning outcomes; develops process and tools for assessment; incorporates results in order to modify instruction and materials in general education, degree program, course cluster, and/or certificate program, in coordination with colleagues
• Participates in student recruitment, curriculum development, and serves on college committees
• Provides mentorship for adjunct faculty and orients associate faculty as needed
• Attends and participates in faculty meetings, division meetings and other required college activities
• Participates in professional development activities
• Cultivates effective public relations with community agencies/service providers and/or educational partners
• May teach evenings and/or weekends. Summer semester instruction may be required.
Marginal Duties
• Performs other duties as assigned
The requirements listed below are representative of the minimum qualifications necessary for an individual to satisfactorily perform each essential duty and be successful in the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the duties.
Education and Experience:
A valid FAA Airframe License. Plus one of these additional qualifications; a minimum of six years of recent related industry experience OR an Associate’s degree in a related post-secondary or professional-technical education program and 4 years of recent experience in an area related to the needs of the position OR a Bachelor’s degree in a related area and three years of recent experience related to the needs of the position. Demonstrated sensitivity to the needs of students, faculty, and staff from multi-cultural backgrounds. Prior teaching experience in higher education preferred. Manufacturing experience desirable.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Knowledge and expertise in fabrication and repair of composites parts.
• Extensive knowledge and expertise in topics outlined in 14 CFR Part 147 appendices B and C.
• Knowledge of materials and processes common in manufacturing for the aerospace industry.
• Excellent oral and written English communication skills.
• Ability to apply advanced mathematical skills including trigonometry and geometry
• Ability to use a personal computer and associated peripherals and current version of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office, internet, and alternative delivery systems (e.g., blackboard® in, Camtasia® proficiently.
• Ability to operate standard office equipment including phone, fax, copier
Physical Demands & Work Environment
The physical demands & work environment described here are representative of those that must be met or are encountered by an employee in the normal course of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, use fingers and hands to type and handle materials and tools, reach with hands and/or arms. The employee is occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate; the work environment involves machinery and kinetic components. Safety glasses required at all times, and other safety equipment as appropriate.
Location: Aerospace Program Facility (Hayden, Idaho)
Opening Date: May 1, 2015
Closing Date: All materials must be received by Noon, May 22, 2015
Anticipated Starting Date: August 17, 2015
Compensation: Salary is commensurate with education, experience, and placement on the North Idaho College Faculty Salary Structure. Excellent benefits, including retirement. 100% of full-time position.
Job Location – Hayden, Idaho, United States
Position Type – Full-Time/Regular