Grayson College

  • Electrical Technology Program Director/Professor

    Job Locations US-TX-Van Alstyne
    Type Regular Full-Time
    Category
    Faculty
  • Overview

    Provides instruction and training related to the installation of electrical wiring and systems, hands-on electrical field experiences, and related electrical theoretical applications. 

    Responsibilities

    • 55%  Teaches a minimum of 15 load hours per semester of basic and advanced electrical courses to include safety, electrical theory, electrical applications, electronic basics, control basics, programmable logic controls, direct digital controls, National Electrical Code, Motors and Controls, and Power Generation and Distribution.
    • 15%   Develops and implements a program of instruction that meets the needs of the students as well as area businesses.  Teaches to the needs of the power generation, environmental, electrical, and wind industries.
    • 10%  Works as a team member in the South Campus faculty; complies with all faculty responsibilities as outlined in college policies and procedures.
    • 10%  Contributes to campus assessment process by measuring and reporting student learning outcomes as directed to meet THECB Core Objectives and SACSCOC requirements.
    • 5%    Adheres to all national regulations.
    • 5%   Performs other duties as assigned by the Dean and Department Chair.

     

    Performance Measurements:

    1. Demonstrates Viking Values of balance, clarity, gratitude, service, teamwork, and trust.
    2. Places student success at the center of decision-making.
    3. Uses a wide range of learning resources, tools, and technologies to improve access and student success in higher education.
    4. Creates and facilitates authentic integrated learning experiences for students in the area of electrical education and critical thinking so that students can apply their learning to the world of work and further education.
    5. Embraces the community college mission and the faculty role of contributing to the technical and general education of students who will apply learning to the world of work and transfer their education to a university or the workplace.
    6. Assesses student knowledge, skills, and abilities regardless of how or where the learning or skills were acquired.
    7. Participates in professional development and stays current in both the professional field and in current teaching/learning practices

    This Job Description is not a complete statement of all duties and responsibilities comprising the position.

     

    Qualifications

    AAS degree in Electrical or satisfactory completion of Trade School, or minimum of five years of related work in the electrical field and current Master Electrician license.
    Previous successful experience teaching in a community college environment is preferred.
    Demonstrated ability to engage students in the learning process and proven commitment to student success.
    Collegial attitude with college community as well as outside entities.
    Strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple assignments.
    Experience tracking student learning outcomes, analyzing resultant data, and implementing improvement plans.
    Excellent computer and multi-media skills.

    This position requires original transcripts and three professional references. This position is considered a security sensitive position and will require a criminal background check.

     

    GRAYSON COLLEGE IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ON THE BASIS OF MERIT AND WITHOUT DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, RELIGION, GENDER, AGE, DISABILITY, OR ANY OTHER BASIS PROHIBITED BY LAW.

     

    The employer actively supports the Americans with Disabilities Act and will consider reasonable accommodations. For more information, please contact the human resources office at 903-463-8770 or gcjobs@grayson.edu.

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