Tennessee College of Applied Technology Hartsville is accepting résumés and applications for a part-time Industrial Maintenance/Mechatronics Adjunct Instructor at the main campus in Hartsville, Tennessee Monday through Friday approximately twenty to thirty hours per week.
Please complete the attached employment application; qualified applicants may submit employment application along with a letter detailing how they meet the requirements for the position and accompanying résumé to:
Tennessee College of Applied Technology Hartsville
Attn: Human Resources
716 McMurry Blvd. East
Hartsville, TN 37074-2028
Or submit via email to Susan.McDonald@tcathartsville.edu
Application deadline is open until filled.
TCAT Hartsville does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, ethnic or national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, age (as applicable), status as a covered veteran, genetic information, and any other category protected by federal or state civil rights laws with respect to employment, programs and activities sponsored by the College. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies: J. Smallwood, Vice President, firstname.lastname@example.org, 716 McMurry Blvd E, Hartsville, TN 37074. The TCAT Hartsville policy on nondiscrimination can be found at https://tcathartsville.edu/about/non-discrimination-statement.
- High School diploma or GED required; Post-secondary diploma or A.A.S. in Welding Technology or related field with AWS, CWE, CWI and NCCER certifications preferred.
- Have a minimum of five (5) years successful work experience in welding and/or related fields. Teaching and robotic weld station programming experience preferred.
- Ability to properly instruct students on gas metal arc (MIG), tungsten inert gas (TIG), shielded metal arc (STICK), oxyacetylene fusion (GAS), inner shield welding, flux core welding, flame cutting, brazing and soldering. Must be able to provide related instruction in metallurgy; blueprint reading; welding symbols; fitting and fabrication; and robotic welding.
- Evidence of ability to plan, organize and manage diversified tasks; willingness to learn and utilize individualized instructional techniques; as well as, possess good oral and written communication skills; must have the ability to establish and maintain effective interpersonal working relationship with students, faculty, staff and public.
- Must commit to remain current and maintain program-accrediting status.
- Must possess communication skills necessary to be an effective teacher interacting with both high school and adult students.
- Must show evidence of good character, mature attitude and stable personality.
Post-secondary diploma or A.A.S. in Welding Technology or related field with AWS, CWE, CWI and NCCER certifications preferred.
Teaching and robotic weld station programming experience preferred.
This position is responsible for assisting the lead instructor with the coordination, supervision and evaluation of all phases of the College’s Welding Technology program. Physically able to lift, stoop, stand, and walk to demonstrate and perform all work based projects required. Ability to administer written and performance tests to measure progress, and maintain student records and attendance in a timely manner. Ability to deal tactfully with students, the public, and co-workers; ability to exercise good judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions, to express ideas clearly, concisely, and convincingly, and, ability to plan and direct the work of others. Assist in the recruitment and placement of students.
Gas metal arc (MIG), tungsten inert gas (TIG), shielded metal arc (STICK), oxyacetylene fusion (GAS), inner shield welding, flux core welding, flame cutting, brazing and soldering. Must be able to provide related instruction in metallurgy; blueprint reading; welding symbols; fitting and fabrication; and robotic welding. Physically able to lift, stoop, stand and walk to demonstrate and perform all job duties required.