Advanced Manufacturing Instructor PT (Food Manufacturing)

first_imgAssociate’s degree or higher.Professional experience in advanced manufacturing orengineering in the area of food manufacturing including experiencein:Production processes in food manufacturingQuality processes in food manufacturingSanitation processes in food manufacturingHealth and Safety practices in food manufacturing Develop curriculum and lesson plans that enhance the personaland professional goals of students.Design classroom instruction utilizing different methods andteaching styles.Communicate effectively with diverse students and staff.Integrate current industry standards into instruction and bringprofessional experiences into the classroom through hands-onactivities.Ability to inspire, motivate and empower students.Adhere to City Colleges of Chicago code of ethics, board rulesand policies and procedures. One year teaching and/or training experience in appropriatediscipline preferred.Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate withdiverse group of students and staff. ADVANCED MANUFACTURING INSTRUCTOR PART TIMEDALEY COLLEGEConsider joining Daley College’s Continuing Education Department asa Part-Time Advanced Manufacturing Instructor with a focus in FoodManufacturing. You will have the opportunity to inspire, motivate,and empower others to succeed while teaching in Daley’s newmanufacturing instruction facility. The Manufacturing, Technologyand Engineering Center (MTEC) at Daley College housestop-of-the-line equipment, including: metrology, electronics, fluidpower, robotics, welding, CNC, CAD labs, additive fabricationequipment and more. Daley is working to expand programming forcommunity members who want to increase their skills and enhancetheir job opportunities. This posting is focused on foodmanufacturing and this person will help implement this newprogram.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:center_img QUALIFICATIONS We are an equal opportunity and affirmative actionemployer.Thank you for your interest in CCCTBDlast_img read more

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