Automotive Service InstructorCoffeyville Community College
Coffeyville Community College
Position Description Instruction Staff/Faculty
Position Title: Automotive Service Instructor
Organizational Unit: Technical Division
Reports to: Vice President for Innovation
Revision Date: March 2018
I. Narrative General Description Technical instructional staff/faculty of Coffeyville Community College are responsible to the Vice President for Innovation & Business Initiatives for instructional and personnel matters and to fulfill the requirements as outlined in the Memorandum of Agreement. The Automotive Service Instructor is responsible for the safety, security, and operation of the college Automotive Service area and equipment.
II. Functional Responsibilities
A. Teach courses as assigned by the Vice President for Innovation.
B. Coordinate the Automotive Service Technology curriculum in accordance with college, state and federal policies.
C. Oversee the operation of the Automotive Service Technology classroom and shop area, including security, supplies, maintenance, and supervising of program students.
D. Revise and update course materials and content to keep program curriculum current to meet industry standards and credentialing.
E. Become familiar with the purpose, procedures, organization, and the function of the program advisory committee. Organize a minimum of two program advisory meetings per year to gather input from industry leaders.
F. Work closely with industry leaders to identify job placement opportunities for program completers.
G. Attend professional development workshops/seminars and other professional activities to update and keep current with instructional methods and technology.
H. Provide a syllabus for each course taught and turn in two copies of each syllabus to the Vice President's office each semester as outlined in the Memorandum of Agreement.
I. Develop new courses and program initiatives as assigned.
J. Advise and enroll students according to established procedures.
K. Maintain student discipline and report student attendance daily.
L. Participate in the development and implementation of the institutional assessment plan as required for North Central Accreditation.
M. Serve on college committees as appointed and attend division meetings.
N. Assist recruiting personnel with recruitment activities and to make personal contacts with prospective students.
O. Assist in pre-enrollment/enrollment activities as assigned.
P. Participate in graduate/former student follow-up procedures as required for state and federal reporting.
Q. Develop and maintain an instructional budget within established policies and budget parameters.
R. Attend and participate in commencement exercises in academic attire.
S. Maintain an annual inventory of program equipment and supplies.
T. Assist with grant activities for program development as needed.
U. Meet attendance expectations as required for this position.
V. Actively participate in college and community activities.
W. Complete other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Innovation.
X. Perform duties as outlined in the Memorandum of Agreement.
III. Supervises the Following Staff
A. Work-study students
B. Teacher Assistants
IV. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Personal Qualifications
A. Proven computer skills and ability to coordinate program curriculum.
B. Proven teaching ability.
C. Excellent communication skills both oral and written.
D. An understanding of the mission and role of the comprehensive community college.
E. An understanding of the role of advisory committees for program improvement.
F. Ability to stimulate motivation, confidence, and enthusiasm in students.
G. Ability to initiate and direct grant activities relating to the individual program area.
H. Interest in student activities that occur outside the classroom and a willingness to participate in and attend college functions.
V. Required Experience
A. A minimum of two years teaching experience, preferably in a community college or technical school, or at least five years of experience in business or industry in a position relating to the subject area.
B. A minimum of two years of supervisory experience in an Automotive business environment.
VI. Required Educational Background
A Bachelor's Degree in the field is preferred from a regionally accredited institution of higher education recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. An industry-recognized certification and a high school diploma or equivalent is required.
Equal Opportunity Employment And Nondiscrimination
The College shall be an equal opportunity employer and shall not discriminate in its employment practices and policies with respect to compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment because of such individual's race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, or national origin. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation to the application and/or interview process should notify the Human Resources Department.