ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP INSTRUCTOR JOB DESCRIPTION
Position Key Role:
IEC Fort Worth/Tarrant County instructors are the key to future success in electrical industry. Instructors are hired to teach on a year to year basis. They will use the National IEC Curriculum as the base of their teaching, but may enhance the curriculum with PowerPoints and visuals from their own experiences. The instructor is responsible to write and grade tests, quizzes and homework assignments.
- IEC FTWC Career College considers the Instructor’s position to be one of extreme importance. The Instructor is the contact between IEC FTWC and the apprentice.
- Class time is from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.
- Instructors will provide Lesson Plans to the Training Director. This form will be given and explained to instructors before classes begin.
- Prior teaching experience is not mandatory. We will provide training on successful teaching methods.
- The minimum qualifications for an Instructor in the IEC FTWC
- A valid State of Texas Journeyman’s or Master’s Electrical License.
- The instructor must be an active or retired electrician. Being an IEC FTWC member is a benefit to being an instructor. Graduates of IEC FWTC are also encouraged to apply.
- An evaluation of instructor performance will be conducted at each year. A merit pay incentive will be provided for those instructors who meet the qualifications.
- IEC FWTC will provide one set annually of all necessary textbooks, workbooks, etc. for the Instructors.
- New instructors will be given one-on-one training before the school year begins.
- An IEC FWTC Staff member is on location at the main campus for the entire night for most of the evenings that class is in session to support all instructors.
Please send your resume and cover letter to Paul Lingo, IECRM Training Director at email@example.com.
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