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Position: Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security Instructor
Institution: Clover Park Technical College
Location: Lakewood, Washington, United States
Duties: Provide classroom and lab instruction utilizing a variety of teaching techniques to prepare students for entry-level employment in the Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security industry. Create, implement, and modify curriculum as required to meet learning outcomes. Maintain and manage classroom environment, equipment, tools, and supplies. Create and maintain an atmosphere of professionalism and mutual respect with students. Maintain a safe environment through instruction, policy and continuous evaluation of program equipment and laboratory space
Requirements: High School Diploma or GED. Experience training or mentoring low voltage electricians in the field. Five years industry experience and has held an (06) license in Washington State within the past seven years. Current CPR/First Aid/Blood Borne Pathogens card or must complete training within 60 days of employment
   
Text: Position Objective This position is open until filled. First review of applications will be October 1, 2018. Clover Park Technical College celebrates the many individuals that make up our community and embraces the opportunity to learn from both our differences and similarities. We welcome faculty who have a commitment to excellence in teaching and student learning and the ability to utilize a variety of methods and modes of instruction to ensure student success. Given the diversity of our student population, we encourage applications from faculty who can adapt teaching methods to a wide range of student backgrounds and interests. Clover Park Technical College is seeking an experienced electrician with a passion for safety and security who is ready to train the next generation of electricians in the field. With the consistent high demand for installation along with the ever-changing technology of alarms being made, this instructor will need to have the continued interest and education to learn the up and coming technology to educate their students and prepare them for gainful employment. The Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security Instructor is responsible for preparing students for a career in fire alarms, burglar alarms, card access and closed-circuit television. Providing students with hands-on training with advanced equipment, techniques and programming, The program prepares students for careers as alarm-system installers and service technicians. Approved as a Limited Energy (06) specialty electrical training program in the state of Washington, graduates of the program can be credited with 1,815 hours of work experience upon applying to become a Limited Energy (06) Specialty Electrician. The Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security Instructor will teach all of the courses within the program over four quarters per year in classroom and lab settings. To learn more about the Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security program please visit our website . This position has been designated as a bargaining unit position represented by Clover Park Federation of Teachers Local 3913. Duties and Tasks (Essential Functions) Provide classroom and lab instruction utilizing a variety of teaching techniques to prepare students for entry-level employment in the Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security industry. Create, implement, and modify curriculum as required to meet learning outcomes. Maintain and manage classroom environment, equipment, tools, and supplies. Create and maintain an atmosphere of professionalism and mutual respect with students. Maintain a safe environment through instruction, policy and continuous evaluation of program equipment and laboratory space. Utilize online learning management system and incorporate multiple modalities into curriculum planning. Maintain accurate student progress records updated in a timely manner and assess and provide feedback on student learning. Submit student grades in a timely manner. Provide career guidance and job placement assistance. Other duties as assigned. Perform administrative tasks for the Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security program and the college. Document and keep accurate records of student competency, performance, and attendance in accordance to the program and college policies. Participate in program promotion events, program information sessions, and other program marketing activities. Work with the advisory committee, program faculty and college administration to develop strategies for continuous program and course improvements. Attend college In-Service Day activities, department, division and other meetings and college-related events as required. Serve as an active participant on college committees. Provide and maintain program information and communication with the college community. Minimum Qualifications High School Diploma or GED. Experience training or mentoring low voltage electricians in the field. Five years industry experience and has held an (06) license in Washington State within the past seven years. Current CPR/First Aid/Blood Borne Pathogens card or must complete training within 60 days of employment. Preferred Qualifications Associate's degree in Electrician Low Voltage, Fire Systems, Security Systems. NICET (National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technicians) Certification in Fire Technologies. Ten years industry experience as a (06) Electrician in the State of Washington. Master Electrician (06) Certification. Application Instructions Complete application Upload cover letter describing your skills and experience, and how they relate to the Minimum and Preferred Qualifications of this position Upload resume Complete Supplemental Questions Should you have any difficulties uploading your documents, please contact NeoGov Technical Support at 1-855-524-5627, Mon-Fri 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM Pacific Time. Official transcripts are required upon hire. Supplemental Information Clover Park Technical College is located in Lakewood, Washington. Our college has a rich history of professional and technical education dating back to the 1940s, when Clover Park School District established a War Production program, training civilians as auto mechanics, aircraft-service mechanics, ship-fitters, welders and blueprint readers. Now, CPTC offers more than forty programs in Aerospace, Advanced Manufacturing, Health Sciences, Human Services, Business, Hospitality, Science Technology, Engineering, Transportation and Trades. CPTC has two campuses: Our main campus is located in Lakewood, WA and our South Hill Campus is located in Puyallup, WA. Learn more about Clover Park Technical College by visiting About CPTC . At this time, Clover Park Technical College is not sponsoring H1-B Visas. All offers of employment at Clover Park Technical College are contingent upon successful completion of background checks which include criminal history. Information obtained from the background checks will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the specific position. Equal Opportunity Employer: Clover Park Technical College is an equal opportunity employer and committed to principles of diversity. We consider applicants for all position without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, marital status, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information or status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran. Jeanne Cleary Statement: Notice of Availability of Annual Security Report: Clover Park Technical College's Annual Security Report is available online at http://www.cptc.edu/risk/safety/security This report contains mandated information about current campus policies concerning safety and security issues, required statistics and related information from the past two calendar years. To obtain a paper copy of the report call 253-589-5633/253-861-6464 or online at http://www.cptc.edu/risk/safety/security Eligible employees at Clover Park Technical College (CPTC) receive a generous benefits package in addition to their paycheck, including: Health Insurance administered by the Public Employees Benefits Board (PEBB) Eligible employees may choose from among eight health plans offered in 2017, including Consumer-Directed Health Plans with Health Savings Account (CDHP-HSA): Uniform Medical Plan (UMP) Classic - a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) traditional plan UMP CDHP-HSA UMP Plus-Puget Sound High Value Network UMP Plus-UW Medicine Accountable Care Network Kaiser Permanente WA Classic Kaiser Permanente WA Consumer Directed Health Plan Kaiser Permanente WA SoundChoice Kaiser Permanente WA Value In addition, those residing in the southwest region of Washington or northwest/northern region of Oregon may select: Kaiser Permanente Classic - a managed care traditional plan Kaiser Permanente CDHP-HSA Dental Insurance Eligible employees may choose from two managed care plans and one preferred provider plan. Dental premiums for you and your dependent(s) are fully paid by CPTC. Plan options include: DeltaCare - a managed care plan Willamette - a managed care plan Uniform Dental Plan - a preferred provider plan Life Insurance CPTC provides each eligible employee with $35,000 Basic life insurance, and $5,000 Accidental Death and Dismemberment policy at no additional cost. Options allow employees to design their own coverage by purchasing an additional coverage as well as coverage for dependents. Long-Term Disability Insurance CPTC pays for Long-Term Disability (LTD) coverage with a 90-day waiting period and a maximum benefit of $240 per month. You may purchase additional optional LTD overage to supplement the Basic LTD, providing up to 60 percent of monthly salary (calculated on a maximum annual salary cap of $120,000) following a waiting period you select. Flexible Spending Account Consider contributing to a tax-exempt Flexible Spending Account (FSA) that allows you to save money on eligible medical expenses. Dependent Care Assistance Program An opportunity to reduce taxable income by setting aside money from each paycheck (before taxes) to pay for dependent care expenses. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) The employee assistance program is for State of Washington employees, other governmental entities, and their family members. EAP offers free professional counseling and referral services. Retirement CPTC participates in several retirement plans administered through the Washington State Department of Retirement Systems and TIAA. Eligibility in the plans is based on your current classification. Once a plan choice is made it is irrevocable. Department of Retirement Systems There are two plans within PERS, the public employee's retirement system. In PERS 2, your retirement benefit is defined by a formula of 2% times your years of service, and contributions are subject to periodic rate adjustments by the state legislature. PERS 3 offers you an employer-paid retirement benefit based on 1% times your years of service, plus the opportunity to choose your own contribution rate (between 5 and 15 percent) and invest your contributions in a range of investment options. Contributions to both plans are tax-deferred. Note: Faculty may have an additional DRS option (if actively participating in TRS). TIAA - State Board Retirement Plan (SBRP) The SBRP is a tax-deferred defined contribution plan that helps you save for retirement. Eligible employees can start participating in the SBRP on their first day of employment in an eligible appointment. Your employer helps you save even more for your retirement by providing 100% matching funds to your contributions. Both employee are and employee contributions are immediately vested, and the plan is 100% portable if you move between participating employers or leave the community and technical college system. SBRP operates under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 401(a), and the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges 401(a) Retirement Plan. Voluntary Investment Plan The Voluntary Investment Plan (VIP) is an optional, unmatched retirement savings plan, operating under Section 403(b) of the IRC. VIP participants may contribute to a pre-tax 403(b) contribution and/or a post-tax 403(b) Roth contribution. Deferred Compensation Program Washington State Deferred Compensation Program (WSDCP) is an additional retirement savings program under IRC 457(B) that provides even more optional retirement savings. WSDCP is deducted pre-tax and the savings grow tax-deferred. Paid Holidays CPTC observes 10 holidays per calendar year: New Year's Day Martin Luther King Day President's Day Memorial Day Independence Day Veteran's Day Thanksgiving Day Day after Thanksgiving Christmas Day Labor Day Classified Employees also receive Christmas Eve as a paid holiday. International Union of Operating Engineers also receive Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve as paid holidays. Leave Employees accrue vacation, sick, and personal leave based on their classification. To determine the accrual rate, refer to the appropriate contract or collective bargaining agreement. 01 Describe the climate for diversity at your present or recent employer or institution. What impact have you had on that climate? 02 Describe your experience training or mentoring low voltage electricians in the field. 03 Do you have Five years industry experience and have held (06) electrician license in the State of Washington within the past seven years? Yes No Required Question Agency Clover Park Technical College Address 4500 Steilacoom Blvd SW Lakewood, Washington, 98499-4004 Phone 253.589.5576 Website http://www.cptc.edu Apply Your browser does not support the IFRAME feature, which is required by this web page.
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