The position is responsible for the development of Aspirations in Manufacturing (AIM) program and Employability Skills training courses/programs. The program will focus on building an education to workforce pipeline by leveraging existing and creating new partnerships between employers, community organization, secondary institutions, and Kaskaskia College. Responsibilities include working with faculty to develop curriculum and implement training related to manufacturing careers; facilitating the AIM program; teaching Manufacturing courses for secondary and post-secondary students; and working with industry partners. The position will assist with class management, instructional and work-based learning responsibilities, and related duties in the College’s educational program with intention to transition to a full-time faculty member within three years.
This position reports to the Dean of Workforce Engagement and Industrial Careers, who reports to the Vice President of Instructional Services, who reports to the President of the College. Position will communicate regularly and work directly with the Assistant Professors of Welding and Industrial Technology.
Qualifications for Position
Minimum of 2 years of experience in Manufacturing career.
Commitment to community college mission and philosophy.
Excellent communication, organization, and presentation skills.
Willingness and ability to teach students in the classroom and through alternative delivery methods.
Work with entire College community in an effective and positive manner.
Experience working in a various roles within the manufacturing industry; including production, machine operation, electrical systems, maintenance or repair.
Experience in manufacturing processes, process improvement and quality control, operations and production planning, basic maintenance fundamentals of the manufacturing industry including welding, machining, basic electrical circuits and measurements.
Ability to teach OSHA 10 Hour General Industry
OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Certification; OSHA 29 CFR 1910 knowledge
Industry certification, credential, degree, or completed apprenticeship.
Perform instructional duties as assigned for appropriate subject area
Teach up to twelve (12) credit hours per semester in manufacturing and/or Industrial Technology courses including but not limited to Manufacturing Processes, Quality & Continuous Improvement, Manufacturing Safety, and Maintenance Awareness, no more than (24) credit hours per academic year.
Coordination with the Assistant Professors of Welding and Industrial Technology to help maintain lab and classroom spaces.
Develop and/or update appropriate curriculum for classes instructor is teaching.
Prepare or update syllabi as needed for all courses in which the faculty member has instructional
Attend and participate in committee meetings, sponsorship of student activities and other College
activities as requested.
Mentor and counsel students in the registration process and during office hours.
Assess safety risks in lab classes and ensure students follow safety protocols.
Prepare reports as requested.
Participate in commencement exercises.
Recommend textbooks and equipment, which the instructor deems necessary in instructional assignments.
Perform assessment of student learning and participate in College wide assessment program.
Perform program review.
Report absences from assigned responsibilities promptly to the Dean.
Maintain attendance and grade records and provide these records for review as necessary.
Participate in professional development activities both on campus and off-campus as requested.
Keep abreast of current trends, technologies and information in subject area.
Review and recommend course fees annually.
Plan and implement a program of communication and recruitment with potential interested
students and community members in the specific teaching area.
Conduct graduate employment surveys as required.
Assume responsibility for ensuring adequate enrollment levels in AIM/Manufacturing programs.
Provide input to the Dean in the budget process and regularly monitor departmental
Assist the appropriate College staff in follow-up activities for graduating or existing Kaskaskia College students.
Assist the appropriate College staff in the dissemination of information dealing with Kaskaskia College programs and activities for students and the community.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Supervise student workers as necessary.
Employee is required to work independently with a minimum amount of supervision. Consultation
as necessary is available with the Dean/Vice President.
Position is expected to follow all Kaskaskia College policies and procedures, along with local, state and federal laws and regulations. The position is also expected to adhere to and promote College core values of compassion, honesty, respect, fairness, and responsibility.
Employee will have daily contact with students and other College employees and will have frequent
contact with community.
Physical Demands and Work Environment
Duties will be performed in a classroom and lab setting as well as a business and industry environment.
Travel within the College district, as well as occasional overnight travel is required as necessary.
Manufacturing and Work-Based Learning Coordinator
Kaskaskia College is seeking applications for Manufacturing and Work-Based Learning Coordinator. This position is responsible for the development of AIM program and Employability Skills training courses and programs and reports to the Dean of Workforce Engagement and Industrial Careers.
If you desire the opportunity to make a difference and help shape the future of our diverse student body, the College, and the community we encourage you to consider learning more about the position by reviewing the full description of the position at the following link: www.kaskaskia.edu/hr
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary range is $50,000-$65,000 annually and fringe benefits eligible.
To receive consideration, candidates must submit a cover letter describing how qualifications meet the position criteria, along with a resume and transcripts.
Kaskaskia College is interested in receiving applications from individuals who would enhance the diversity of the College.
RE: Manufacturing and Work-Based Learning Coordinator SS1220221
27210 College Road
Centralia, IL 62801
As an AA/EEO employer Kaskaskia College is interested in receiving applications from individuals who would enhance the diversity of the College. A full job description is available at www.kaskaskia.edu/hr.
BENEFIT SUMMARY SHEET FOR GRANT-FUNDED PROFESSIONAL/MANGERIAL STAFF KASKASKIA COLLEGE The following information is based on the current employee fringe benefits that Kaskaskia College offers. It is not intended to be a contractual agreement and in no way limits Kaskaskia College from altering such benefits in the future. VACATION LEAVE 1.83 days per month, up to 22 days per fiscal year. Vacation time cannot be accrued from year to year and must be used in the fiscal year that it is earned. SICK LEAVE 12 days per fiscal year PERSONAL LEAVE 3 days per fiscal year HEALTH INSURANCE is effective the first day of the month after hire date and includes comprehensive medical, vision and dental coverage. Rates (as of 9/1/22): $211.00 per month employee only coverage $334.00 per month employee + 1 dependent $356.00 per month employee + 2 or more dependents LIFE INSURANCE is provided by the College and is effective the first day of the month after hire date. The benefit amount is equal to annual salary. Additional voluntary insurance is available at employee’s expense. FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT and 403(b) PLANS are also available. RETIREMENT PLAN The State Universities Retirement System requires that 8% of an employee’s monthly gross pay is deducted for individual retirement purposes. It is also required that .5% of an employee’s monthly gross pay be deducted to fund the College Insurance Plan for Community College Retirees. TUITION WAIVERS are available for staff and family. CHILD CARE and BOOKSTORE DISCOUNT available. For further information regarding benefits, please contact Human Resources at 618-545-3023