The main responsibility of the Manufacturing Technology/Industrial Electronics Instructor is the planning, organization, and instruction of Manufacturing Technology/Industrial Electronics courses. Instructor will be assigned to teach at varied times and locations based on student demand; day, evening, or weekend in Alexander City, Childersburg, Talladega, or at other sites in the traditional classroom or via distance learning.
1. A minimum of an Associate’s degree from a regionally accredited college or institution with a major in Manufacturing Technology/Industrial Electronics is required. Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university, with at least 27 semester hours Manufacturing Technology/Industrial Electronics or related field is preferred.
2. Three years full-time experience as a practitioner in Manufacturing Technology/Industrial Electronics is required.
3. Experience working with PLC’s, Robotics, Industrial Controls, and hydraulics/pneumatics is required.
4. Effective oral and written communication skills required.
5. Proficiency in English Language is required.
In addition to adhering to the guidelines as specified by the CACC Personnel Handbook, the State Board of Education, the Dean of Instruction, Associate Dean of Instruction, and the Division Chair duties will be to:
Develop and maintain course syllabi, course competencies, assessments and outlines.
Plan, organize and instruct all levels of Manufacturing Technology/Industrial Electronics courses.
Work with Dean of Instruction, Division chair and faculty to develop, evaluate and review Manufacturing Technology/Industrial Electronics curriculum.
Develop or assist with development of semester schedule.
Develop or assist with development of distance learning courses and/or Web based courses.
Maintain appropriate office hours.
Serve on divisional and institutional committees.
Participate in professional growth activities.
Prepare and submit departmental budgets and requisitions for all purchases.
Provide academic and career advice to students.
Possess the ability to travel to all campuses, meetings and educational offerings.
Perform other duties as assigned that relate to the position.
Commensurate with education and teaching experience according to State Salary Schedule D1 ($38,077 – $74,454) – 9 months. An additional summer contract may be available dependent upon enrollment ($11,756-$23,026) – 3 months.
Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications and must submit a completed application packet by the deadline of May 15, 2012 at 1:00 p.m., CST, in order to be considered for the position. Applications are available at www.cacc.edu or by calling 256-378-5576 or 1-800-643-2657, extension 2010. Direct access to Human Resources is 256-378-2010. Faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted.
A complete application packet consists of the following:
1. CACC Application for Employment (original form must be completed in entirety).
2. Current resume.
3. College transcripts (copies will be accepted; if employed, it is the responsibility of the employee to furnish official transcripts to CACC). Transcripts must provide degree and date degree was awarded.
4. Three professional letters of recommendation from colleagues, former employers or professors. All professional letters must be current (written within the last six months), original, on letterhead and signed by writer.
5. A one-page typewritten statement of applicant’s teaching philosophy as it relates to the community college setting.
Mail application packet to:
Central Alabama Community College
34091 U.S. Hwy. 280
Childersburg, AL 35044
Incomplete application packets and/or application packets received after the closing date will eliminate the possibility of an interview. Applicants must adhere to the College’s prescribed interview schedule and must travel at their own expense.
Applicants who are scheduled for an interview may receive or review the Essential Functions for the position at the personal interview. Any applicant may request a copy of the Essential Functions for the position prior to the interview appointment. Applicants desiring reasonable accommodation s for the interview are encouraged to request such accommodations, when contacted for the interview. The College reserves the right not to fill the position in the event of budgetary or operational constraints.
Fall Semester 2012