Part-time Mechanical Maintenance/Millwright Instructor


Technical Instructional Duties:

  • Maintenance and repair associated with bearings, shafts, chains, valves, pumps, compressors and mechanical drives.
  • Shaft alignment techniques.
  • Using rules, calipers, micrometers and other measuring instruments.
  • Adjusting functional parts of devices and control instruments using hand tools, levels, plumb bobs and straightedges.
  • Utilizing mills and lathes, drill presses, grinders, etc., for installation and in the repair of machinery and equipment.
  • Schematics and blueprint interpretation, hand tools, related to equipment and facilities.
  • Welding skills, use of torch, stick welding, and wire welding.
  • Industrial safety including lock out tag out, hot works, line breaking and confine space entry.
  • Moving machinery and equipment, using hoists and rigging, dollies, and rollers.
  • OSHA safety and 5S for a safe training environment.
  • Hydraulics and pneumatics including tubing and hose system maintenance
  • Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide lab based instruction individually and as part of a faculty team.
  • Contribute to improving the effectiveness of instruction and curriculum.
  • Create a classroom/lab environment that is respectful of all.
  • Maintain accurate student records and reports.
  • Identify students needing assistance and refer students to Student Services. Collaborate with Student Services and the Learning Resources staff members to help students adjust to the learning environment.
  • Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications:

  • BA/BS in any field; OR AA/AS in Industrial Maintenance, Facilities Engineering, Millwright
  • If BA/BS then 2 years or 4,000 hours of millwright/industrial maintenance/facilities engineer field experience; OR if AA/AS then 6 years or 12,000 hours of millwright/industrial maintenance/facilities engineer field experience.

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