#A700 (2019) Trade and Industry Adjunct Pool - Aviation Maintenance Technology
Jefferson Community and Technical College
Technical and Industry
The Technical and Industry Department of Jefferson Community and Technical College has opening for Aviation Maintenance Technology Adjuncts.
This faculty position for aviation provides the leadership necessary to work cooperatively with the JCPS system and JCTC school faculties, administrative teams, and appropriate units within the District and College to implement all aspects of the aviation program in relation to instruction, record keeping, tools, equipment, and supplies needs as well as assist the coordinator as required.
This position will be responsible for teaching Aviation Maintenance courses within the technical program to postsecondary students. Other duties include academic advising, course and curriculum development, institutional service, community service, leadership and professional development.
Maintain accurate and up-to-date records according to all JCPS, JCTC, and FAA policies and regulations.
Report necessary shop and equipment maintenance needs to assure that all required equipment is in good working order, meets FAA certification requirements, and is ready for instructional use.
Teach classes as assigned by the program coordinator and facilitate the smooth operation of all aspects of the aviation program.
Document all absences and keep other student and program records as requested by the program coordinator.
Performs other duties as assigned by the designated supervisor.
FAA Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic Certification and all applicants must meet FAA Licensure/Certification requirements for the occupation. Preferences will be given to those who possess an Associates degree with courses in Math, Science or Aviation, Five years successful work experience in the AMT field as an FAA certified technician, FAA Inspection Authorization and three years successful teaching in the field of Aviation Maintenance or other related experience.
Candidates who have experience with intersectional, inclusive instruction and with a demonstrated ability to incorporate diverse perspectives into teaching and student engagement are encouraged to identify those experiences in the application materials. Candidates should also have experience and sensitivity working with colleagues and students from diverse backgrounds and a commitment to fostering an inclusive work and learning environment in which students from a variety of backgrounds, cultures, and personal experiences are welcomed and can thrive.
Jefferson Community and Technical College, based in Louisville, Ky., is the largest of 16 colleges forming the Kentucky Community and Technical College System. It encompasses six campuses in four counties with over 12,000 students enrolled on campus and in on-line programs. It is a comprehensive, public postsecondary institution providing students access to a wide variety of programs of study including allied health, business, engineering technologies, general education transfer studies, information technologies, and trade and industry technologies. It awards associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. At Jefferson, we foster an active and inclusive learning environment and value working with students from diverse backgrounds. We have a strong commitment to community-building and inclusion.