EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES The LearningForce, Precision Machining Instructor provides non-credit targeted skills training development and instruction for individuals and an industry's workforce. Responsibilities will include teaching customized non-credit classes in Precision Machining area with emphasis in all or some of the following areas: included but not limited to: manual mill and lathe operations, bench work and layout, blueprint reaching, basic & advanced CNC operations, heat treating & metallurgy, problem solving, troubleshooting, maintenance, repair, basic CAD operations and other applicable areas. The Instructor will exhibit a positive example of customer service while participating in the efforts of The LearningForce unit. The Instructor must work effectively with members of the team, internal and external departments while delivering instruction, data entry, upkeep services and support with little to no error. The Instructor reports directly to the executive director of The LearningForce.
The preceding duties have been provided as examples of the essential types of work performed by positions within this job classification. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS An Associate's degree in Precision Machining related field with 5 years of manufacturing experience (if no degree then minimum of 10 years of experience in Precision Machining in a manufacturing environment is preferred). The ideal candidate will have training and experience in Precision Machining, and/or the ability to achieve industry certifications relevant to the role and instruction. Must have experience in manual machining such as lathes, mills and other machining equipment. Teaching experience, preferred, but not required. The candidate must be an excellent communicator and adept in precision machining technology. Possess a demonstrated ability to maintain equipment. Exhibit a high degree of motivation, dedication, professionalism, integrity, and enthusiasm for subject matter and teaching others. Able to manage regular projects that may require a quick, yet thorough, response to meet deadlines and expectations. Exhibit a positive attitude and teamwork approach to daily task and interactions. Ability to solve problems and communicate clearly. Exhibit a high level of initiative.
PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Work involves possible day, evening and weekend hours. Instructor must be able to walk, bend, reach, push, pull, stoop, squat, and climb, as necessary during development and delivery of training project. Must be able to sit or stand for extended periods of time. Some travel within the 14-county SFCC region may be required for a training project. Able to lift objects (up to 40 pounds) and perform other similar actions during the course of the workday. Possible exposure to chemicals, serology, gases and powders, as well as, materials and equipment that can cause cuts and burns. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Internal Number: 2615141
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