Automotive Instructor jobs at Delaware County Community College
Delaware County Community College (DCCC) is a two-year community college in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Delaware County Community College has dual admissions agreements with several four-year schools in the Philadelphia area, allowing students to automatically transfer after completing an associate degree.
The college is seeking a qualified instructor to teach Automotive Technology. In particular, the incumbent will be responsible for the following tasks
- Teach both theories as well as experiments in one or more of the following automotive areas of study: Engine Repair; Automatic Transmission/Transaxle; Manual Drive Train and Axles; Suspension and Steering; Brakes; Electrical/Electronic Systems; Engine Performance.
- Prepare and execute lessons designed to teach College competencies and learning goals.
- Submit Syllabus for the class prior to the start of the class as well as maintain accurate student records.
- Identify supplies needed for the program. Similarly, take part in the College’s Assessment process in Canvas as needed.
- Work with other instructors, support staff and administrators on the completion and retention of students.
- Also, participate in College professional development activities.
- Furthermore, complete other tasks as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have the following qualification and expertise
- Minimum five (5) years’ experience as an Automotive Technician.
- In addition to that, knowledge of and skills in using effective instructional/training strategies and practices.
- Similarly, knowledge of the Automotive Trades.
- Ability to work with a diverse group of students.
- Knowledge of and skills in implementing various formative and summative assessments.
- Skills in effective planning and implementation of lessons based upon individual student needs.
- Similarly, experience in managing and promoting positive student behavior.
- Also, familiarity with data analysis to assess, monitor, and inform instruction for student growth.
- Furthermore, the ability to operate a computer and the skills to learn and utilize software and other technology in instruction as well as the ability to maintain confidentiality.