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Instructor of Automotive Technology - McHenry County College

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Instructor of Automotive Technology

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McHenry County College

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8900 US Highway 14

Organization City

Crystal Lake

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Position Description

Teach courses in automotive technology in the classroom and laboratory settings. Utilize a hands-on approach to demonstrate procedures in class and prepare students for the industry certifications. Apply innovative teaching and learning pedagogies and keep abreast of new information and developments in the automotive technology field.


Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Teach 15 contact hours or equivalent per semester in Automotive Technology courses • Available to teach daytime, evening, and weekend classes, as needed • Instruct and evaluate students in a live work setting who are performing general services and repairs on automobiles, to include instruction in shop safety • Assessment of program objectives including student learning outcomes • Meet with members of the business community to understand the skills of employees in the automotive sector through shop visits, advisory boards and other means • Assist in the maintenance of automotive lab and classroom equipment • Assist the Department Chair and with scheduling, budget, recommendations or hiring of part-time staff, and other duties typically conducted by other Automotive Technology instructors • Work with High Schools, PCCS Director, and appropriate MCC colleagues to facilitate dual credit/dual enrollment opportunities • Be informed of activities at the State level that directly impact Automotive Technology and the community college; i.e., Illinois Articulation Initiative, and ICCB • Work with colleagues in high schools and four year institutions to facilitate articulation of appropriate courses with those institutions • General involvement as a faculty member in participatory college governance, college committees, professional associations and advisement of students • Participate in available training seminars to keep current in Automotive Technology • Assist in maintaining requirements of NATEF standards High School Graduate or equivalent plus specialized training • Master ASE Certification required. • Bachelor’s Degree in Automotive Technology and 9,000 hours of field experience; • Or, A.A.S. degree in Automotive Technology, and 9,000 hours of field experience; • Or, Master ASE Certification and L1 Advanced Certification, and 18,000 hours of field experience • Must demonstrate class control in an automotive lab environment. • Commitment to the mission of McHenry County College and to teaching and motivating our students in ways appropriate to their diverse backgrounds and learning styles is essential

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