POSITION: Mechanical Engineering Technology Instructor – Engineering Technology Department/IET
Division –Position #021152, (UG70, Slot 0051, Band 00).
STARTING SALARY: Actual starting salary may be commensurate with qualifications and experience
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Master’s degree in related field with 18 graduate hours in
subject field or any comparable equivalent of education and experience. Previous teaching experience
preferred. Valid Professional Engineering (PE) certification is desired.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of instructional methodologies and alternative
delivery methods. Knowledge of diverse learning styles. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and
in writing, with students, peers, administrators, and the general public. Ability to establish and maintain
effective, cooperative working relationships. Ability to work flexible hours as needed. Ability to work
days, evenings, or weekends as needed. Ability to work on multiple campuses in service delivery area as
1. Teaching Performance: Provides students with appropriate course materials (syllabus, calendar, policy statements,
or guidelines). Adhere to course competencies in the preparation and delivery of quality instruction. Be organized and
prepared for classes. Teach and test relevant content. Pace instruction and vary delivery to meet different learning
styles. Provide appropriate and timely feedback. Maintain a positive environment for optimum student performance.
Provide for and value appropriate student input. Maintain accepted standards of achievement.
2. Student Advisement: Provide appropriate academic guidance. Maintain office hours and be available during
assigned and optimum times for advising. Cooperate as part of the advising team for the program. Assist students as
possible in setting and meeting short and long-range educational goals. Take advantage of advising training. Learn
and use computer resources to access data and properly advise students. Be knowledgeable of institutional policies,
procedures, and programs. Make referrals and conduct follow-up as appropriate. Use discretion in dealing with
3. Instructional Development: In coordination with the department manager and other faculty, prepare and maintain
competency-based course syllabi and support materials for all courses. Assist with selection of textbooks and other
4. College and/or other Community Service: Promote the College as possible. Assist in recruitment and placement.
Cooperate with and participate in projects and activities of the College and as appropriate in the community. Serve on
advisory committees as requested. Promote and support the continuing education program of the College. Maintain a
cooperative working relationship with College personnel.
5. Professional Development: Seek ways to keep current in the teaching field. Develop an annual professional
development plan (with short and long-range goals) in keeping with the College’s mission and institutional goals.
Participate in appropriate courses, seminars, and workshops especially those that introduce new ideas or practices.
6. Instructional Management: Maintain required and appropriate records and files. Submit all reports in an accurate
and timely manner. Practice effective classroom management. Prioritize duties and use time wisely. Maintain current
files for courses. Handle student work and records in a professional manner. Performs other duties as required.
To apply, please complete an on-line employment application at https://yorktech.edu/Human-Resources/CareerOpportunities/ or come to the Human Resources Department, 452 South Anderson Road, Rock Hill, SC, 29730, to
complete an on-line employment application. Applications accepted until September 27, 2020.
YORK TECHNICAL COLLEGE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER.
SOUTH CAROLINA LAW PROHIBITS EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION BASED ON: RACE, COLOR, RELIGION,
NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, INCLUDING PREGNANCY & CHILDBIRTH (FOR RELATED MEDICAL CONDITIONS), AGE, OR DISABILITY.
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DOES NOT CREATE AN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT BETWEEN THE EMPLOYEE AND THE EMPLOYER