Amarillo College is seeking an Industrial Maintenance Instructor. Responsibilities include: classroom and lab instruction in all phases of Industrial Maintenance and Instrumentation; professional and technical development in areas of instruction; curriculum development, equipment and laboratory development and maintenance; travel and teach as needed, for any Amarillo College campus or training site; advising and counseling students; must work with entire faculty to maintain all facilities and equipment related to Industrial Maintenance Technology and Precision Metal Working. Three years of experience in Industrial HVACR, instrumentation, industrial plant or field maintenance required. Must possess or acquire EPA Universal certification within six months of employment.
Hill College is seeking a Career Technical Education Success Coordinator. This individual will work both in Cleburne and Hillsboro. The successful candidate will implement, facilitate and coordinate advisement, academic planning and student support to promote student success. MS degree preferred and counseling license preferred. Three years management and supervision experience with higher education experience. Contact Hill College jobs
Wharton County Junior College is seeking a Program Director/Instructor for their Physical Therapy Assistant program. Responsibilities include ensuring and maintaining compliance with the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education accreditation standards. Requirements are graduate of an accredited program in Physical Therapy or a graduate of an accredited Physical Therapy Assistant program with a minimum of a Master's degree and 9 credit hours of educational methodology. Must have an unencumbered Physical Therapist License or Assistant License in the State of Texas or be eligible to obtain such license. If interested contact Wharton County Junior College
Hill College is seeking an individual for a full/time, exempt faculty position in their HVAC program. Responsibilities include planning course materials and meeting all other faculty requirements as specified by Hill College, plus receiving continued training through the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3), Associates degree in the instructional area (HVAC), EPA 608 certification (Class A) or Class B State of Texas ACR certification. 5 years HVAC experience. Instruction will be delivered through different new instructional formats. If interested contact Hill College.
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Active participation in setting the direction for workforce education in Texas.
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