Airframe Mechanics Instructor
Teaching Airframe Mechanics courses; including both day/evening classes as necessary, and weekends. Teaching duties may include dual credit high school students. Planning, organizing and teaching all aspects of service and repair as related to the aviation industry. Participation in program planning, development and evaluation. Developing syllabi and course outlines, acquiring teaching aids/resources. Assisting in registration, recruitment and follow-up with businesses and students. Maintaining contact with area technicians for the purpose of securing agreements for participation and possibly establishing student internship assignments and/or cooperative agreements with specific repair shops. Maintaining and reporting student records. Utilizing modern/effective methods to create/maintain successful and a productive teaching/learning environment. Following work rules, code of conduct and other policies are part of the essential functions of the job. Communicate effectively with business/industry partners, students and college personnel. Travel may be required. Work hours may vary from traditional daytime schedule. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.Salary: Commensurate with education and experience. Nine-month, non-tenure track position. Other Benefits: Benefits package available (Health/Life insurance, retirement plan, sick/personal leave, holidays, free tuition for eligible employees and dependents).
Southwest Texas Junior College
Uvalde Texas, USA
Education: Current Certification in FAA General, Airframe and Powerplant; Certificate or Associate's Required; Bachelor's preferredExperience Training: Minimum of five years experience in aviation maintenance. Teaching experience preferred.Additional Qualification Requirements: Demonstrated excellence in teaching/writing/public speaking. Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodation, the essential functions of the job. Experience in working with diverse populations. Candidate must be authorized to work in the U.S. and must provide verifiable credentials; successful completion of the physical specified for the position. Travel required to other geographic locations served by the college. Must have a valid Driver's License and be insurable through SWTJC insurers.