Full-Time Faculty Positions

 

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Lorain County Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, age or disability.  

Qualified applicants interested in this position should complete an online LCCC Employment Application at http://www.lorainccc.edu/employment.  The complete application file should include:  a cover letter detailing area(s) of expertise, an updated curriculum vitae (CV), unofficial college transcripts (undergraduate and graduate), the contact information of three professional references (student, peer, or supervisor feedback), and a professional statement .  All can be uploaded to the online application.  Official transcripts will be required upon employment.  Paper application forms and documents may also be submitted by forwarding materials to the Human Resources Office, Lorain County Community College, 1005 N Abbe Road, Elyria, Ohio 44035.  Candidate selected will be required to complete a background check prior to being hired.

 

Engineering, Business and Information Technologies

Manual Machining/CNC Programming Instructor

Temporary Full-time

Lorain County Community College (LCCC) is seeking applicants for a faculty position within the Engineering, Business and Information Technologies Division (EBIT).  LCCC is seeking an enthusiastic and innovative student-centered instructor who places student academic achievement and success as top priorities. The manual Machining/CNC Programming Instructor will: teach manual machining and CNC programming lectures and labs that may range from principles to intermediate; maintain lab equipment and should have an understanding of coolants and lubricants and be able to maintain both in lab equipment; have demonstrable skills and experience setting up and operating engine lathes, vertical mills, horizontal mills, drilling machines, band saws, surface grinders and all common measuring tools, hand tools, and equipment found in a machine shop; have a working knowledge of jigs and fixtures; and demonstrate a working knowledge and appreciation of all safety practices related to the machine or process, including OSHA safety requirements. Incumbent must: be familiar with cutting tool inserts, tooling and ANSI designations for both; be able to setup and operate oxy-acetylene torches for cutting, brazing and gas welding; be able to demonstrate SMAW (stick) and GMAW (MIG) welding on mild steel plate; understand basic metallurgy and heat treatment to the extent necessary in a manufacturing environment; demonstrate proficiency in manually programming 3 and 4-axis mills to include Macro-B variables, subprograms, subroutines, canned cycles, cutter-diameter compensation, and all related areas.  Instructor must: demonstrate proficiency in manually programming 2-axis lathes to include all common geometry, canned cycles, turning cycles (G71/G70), Macro-B variables, subroutines and subprograms, work-surface programming, and all related areas; be proficient with PC operation and maintenance, Windows, Microsoft Office; be capable of setting up, installing and maintaining software; demonstrate proficiency in setting up and operating a Haas VF-1 vertical mill and a Haas SL-20 lathe, including setting tool lengths, working offsets and related settings. Instructor should be: able to load and save programs from disk/USB, preview programs, safely test run 1st time programs, debug and correct programming errors; able to lift 40 lbs and be able to stand on concrete for  the duration of the labs; available to teach days/evening or weekends and feel comfortable using technology in the delivery of manufacturing technology courses.

Required Qualifications:  Bachelor of Science degree or higher in Industrial Technology, Engineering Technology, Manufacturing or related area.

Preferred Qualifications:  Masters degree and teaching experience in machining and CNC.

Applicants selected for interview will be asked to deliver a short presentation demonstrating their teaching skills and their ability to integrate technology into the learning process.

Starting salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.

The salary is supported by a comprehensive fringe benefits package. Position pending budget approval by the Board.  Starting date is August 2018 or earlier if hired before summer semester.

Qualified applicants interested in this position should complete an online LCCC Employment Application at http://www.lorainccc.edu/employment. The complete application file should include: a cover letter detailing area(s) of expertise, a professional statement (see below for details), an updated curriculum vitae (CV), unofficial college transcripts (undergraduate and graduate), an LCCC Employment Application, and the contact information of three professional references.  All can be uploaded to the online application. Incomplete files will not be considered. Official transcripts will be required upon employment. Paper application forms and documents may also be submitted by forwarding materials to the Human Resources Office, Lorain County Community College, 1005 N Abbe Road, Elyria, Ohio 44035. Candidate selected will be required to complete a background check prior to being hired.

The application deadline is June 29, 2018

Professional Statement topic:

“What do you feel are your strongest technical and teaching attributes to contribute as an LCCC faculty member and what attracted you to our institution?”