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Job Title: Manufacturing Technology-Machining Instructor
Department: Portland Campus
Reports Directly To: Director of Portland Campus
Position Closing Date: March 19, 2020
Job Group: P
Salary Range: TBD
Primary Function of Position:
Provide competency-based instruction in the Manufacturing Technology-Machining Program. Responsible for designing, developing, and upgrading curricula to meet current industry needs and standards, networking with related industry and educational partners, maintaining an active and productive local advisory committee, assisting students in job preparation and placement activities, and coordinating and advising students in Francis Tuttle career and technology student organizations.
Embrace the Francis Tuttle culture as reflected in the Mission and Vision statements, and continually portray the Core Values: Service, Trust, Aspiration, Responsibility, and Respect.
Essential Job Functions:
- Teach knowledge, attitudes, and skills relating to identified Precision Machining/Computer Numerical Controlled Machining career training objectives indicated by third party industry certifications and current skill sets required by business and industry partners.
- In collaboration with campus administration and other faculty, ensure that the Manufacturing Technology-Machining Program remains in compliance with requirements of all partnering agencies and/or organizations.
- Develop and maintain a competency/performance-based curriculum in accordance with sound curriculum design and pedagogical strategies that follow Francis Tuttle quality curriculum standards.
- Demonstrate effective interpersonal, presentation, and instructional techniques.
- Recruit and maintain an active and functional advisory committee comprised of local business, industry, and education partners.
- Foster opportunities for students to transition from school to work through internships, job shadowing, and relevant practicum and capstone experiences.
- Maintain a positive learning climate where student engagement, innovation, quality work, and self-improvement are fostered and practiced.
- Advise and promote leadership and skills development for all students through active participation in student organizations such as SkillsUSA.
- Responsible for classroom/lab management, maintenance of official student records, reports, grades, maintenance of inventory, program budget, state program follow-up reporting, and configuration of software/hardware utilized in the Manufacturing Technology-Machining program.
- Leads student recruitment opportunities such as career fairs, career experiences, and assists with on-site tour groups.
- Ability to be present on the job as described under length of contract.
- Performs such other tasks as may be assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
- Bachelor Degree is preferred.
- Minimum qualifications are three years of relevant employment with an emphasis in Precision Machining/CNC.
- The successful candidate will possess the ability to interpret machining blueprints and specifications and mastery of multiple metal-working machines including, but not limited to, manual and CNC lathes, manual and CNC mills, and grinders.
- Other necessary skills include good organizational skills, and effective verbal and written communication skills.
- The successful candidate will possess or obtain an applicable Oklahoma Teacher Certification.
Steady physical activity is required consisting of walking and standing. Occasional extended hours as needed by position responsibilities. Reliable, dependable and punctual attendance. This is not an exhaustive list and reasonable accommodations will be made as needed.
Full-time, exempt personnel position directly responsible to the Director of the Portland Campus with performance reviews conducted twice each year.
Length of Contract:
Ten-month contract (August through May) subject to annual renewal. Working days and hours: Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
12777 N. Rockwell
Oklahoma City, OK 73142
(405) 717- 4625
Only persons of interest will be contacted.
"The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. This information is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified."