G15614 Instructor: Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Position with: Greenville Technical College
In this challenging role, you will support the Aircraft Maintenance Technology department at Greenville Technical College. Duties may include any or all of the following:
- -Instructional Development: Assist the department head with new course development and curriculum changes; develops and maintains course documentation; reviews and selects textbooks for courses in subject areas; maintains audio-visual and other materials for courses taught; is organized and well prepared for class; schedules class and lab time effectively.
- -Teaching Performance: Provide students with course syllabus, grading, and attendance policies, and other relevant information the first day of class; relate instructional materials, discussions, and other course activities to course objectives; demonstrate effective interaction skills; utilize a variety of teaching methods including technology; use practical examples and illustrations; pace the instruction over the term; provide students with timely tests; return test results in a timely manner; relate tests to course objectives; follow department and college grading policies.
- -Student Advisement: Maintain required office hours; publicize office hours and availability; refer students to persons for appropriate assistance; maintain appropriate records according to state and college regulations meet with students in a timely manner; display sensitivity to students' needs and problems.
- -College and/or Community Service: Assist with recruitment as required; assist with job/transfer placement or recommendations as required; cooperate with or participate in projects/activities of other instructional and support areas in fulfillment of the college's mission; serve effectively on college/community committees/teams; support continuing education efforts of the college.
Greenville Technical College is one of the largest institutions of higher learning in South Carolina – and we invite you to consider becoming a part of our team! GTC promotes a respectful campus culture that reflects appreciation for diversity and inclusion at all levels. Visit www.gvltec.edu/diversity to learn more.
A high school diploma, four years work experience in Airframe (A) and/or PowerPlant (P) topics as listed in FAR Par 147 Appendix B, C, and D and a Federal Aviation Administration A and P certificate; or an associate degree, and two years work experience in Airframe and/or PowerPlant topics as listed in FAR Par 147 Appendix B, C, and D and a Federal Aviation Administration A and P certificate; and most recent work experience that meet requirements listed in FAR 65-83.
-Two years teaching experience.
-Good interpersonal skills and ability to work with students, faculty and staff.
-Strong Microsoft office computer skills.
-Excellent communication skills in classroom and lab environments.
-Outstanding technical abilities with aircraft and equipment.
-Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs, bend, stoop, and have strong electrical/avionics experience.