Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining/Apprenticeship InstructorNortheast Iowa Community College, Peosta, IA
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Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) serves the transfer, career and technical education needs of our region’s residents, businesses and industries in a district area that encompasses eight counties and approximately 5,000 sq. miles. More than 28,400 students enroll in Business and Community Solutions courses and academic certificate, diploma and degree programs every year. NICC offers associate’s degrees and general education courses that readily transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and state-of-the-art technology and lab areas that prepare students for high demand careers.
The College has two primary campuses in Peosta and Calmar, and seven service locations in Cresco, Dubuque, Manchester, New Hampton, Oelwein and Waukon, that offer convenient amenities, services, educational resources and computer labs for students.
As one of northeast Iowa’s largest employers, the College employs 680 faculty and staff members, and the average tenure of all part-time and full-time faculty is 12 years.
Must possess an AAS degree in Machining Technology, and/or at least 3 years (6,000 hours) of recent and relevant work experience as a CNC programmer/machinist.
Qualified candidates will have experience with manual and CNC machining equipment. Setup, operation and programming skills are a must. Experience in automated manufacturing, tool & die, and mold making are a huge plus.
Successful performance of duties requires competency and a comprehensive understanding of precision manufacturing in areas such as:
• G and M Code Programming
1. Possess a comprehensive knowledge in CNC machining centers, CNC lathe, programming, operation, and maintenance.
2. Possess necessary skills to organize develop, relevant curriculum and teach/evaluate student performance. Delivery of duties may include early
3. Meet all initial credential requirements and maintain credentialing in compliance with NICC Quality Faculty Plan.
4. Regularly engage in professional development activities, such as internal and external work shops, and trade related conferences, staying abreast of technological advances.
5. Develop, monitor, and manage program budget consistent with applicable policy.
6. Represent the college in a professional, positive manner with prospective, former and current students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community contacts.
7. Possess the ability to demonstrate respect for and sensitivity to a diverse student population.
8. Possess ability to develop, organize, and present various curriculum concepts to wide diversity of students.
9. Establish and maintain positive personal/professional working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, administrators, and all community contacts.
10. Possess ability to communicate orally and in writing.
11. Possess ability to work with personalities of diverse backgrounds in the classroom and in work groups with colleagues.
12. Teach courses in accordance with objectives of the course outline as set forth by the department in which one is assigned.
13. Responsible for working with other faculty in curriculum development for lecture and lab classes.
14. Attend and participate in all scheduled faculty/department meetings unless excused by the Department Dean.
15. Assist program students in advising and registration.
16. Keep attendance records on all students to comply with federal financial aid guidelines.