An Associates degree in Welding Technology or a related field and at least 5 years of collective relevant work experience is required. The candidate must have thorough knowledge of welding processes and procedures including safety requirements for the workplace.
Candidates should have or be willing to earn welding certifications or be willing to obtain CWS certification during their teaching career. This position requires excellent organization and leadership skills. Applicant should have strong verbal, written and electronic communication skills. Experience with Microsoft Windows and office computer applications are helpful. Teaching experience is preferred and bi-lingual skills in Spanish would be beneficial.
As an instructor in the Welding Technology program (WELD) on the Columbus Campus, the successful candidate can expect to teach Welding courses varying during the day and evening hours. The Welding Technology program instructor will teach courses on basic welding practices and safety procedures, welding codes and standards, blueprint reading, oxyacetylene welding, cutting and brazing, shield metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, and gas tungsten arc welding.
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