Blackhawk Technical College

  • Electrical Apprentice Instructor

    Job Locations US-WI-Milton
    Req No.
    Full-time Faculty
    Anticipated Placement
    USD $51,685.00/Yr.
    USD $64,607.00/Yr.
    Close Date
  • Overview

    Become a member of the MATT instructional unit that follows a competency based team approach to teaching and learning. Position will report directly to the Dean of Advanced Manufacturing and Transportation, and work with faculty and chairs related to all apprenticeship program areas. This position provides instruction for Blackhawk Technical College’s Electrical Apprentice program in particular. Duties include teaching course work within the Electrician Apprenticeship program, ensuring courses that meet the skills needed for the apprenticed occupations for which students are preparing.


    1. Lead instruction for classes in both individual and team assignments.
    2. Support the development of curricula in the Electrical Construction and Maintenance Technology areas, with specialization in residential, commercial and industrial settings.
    3. Advise Electrical apprentice students concerning their growth, improvement and success in the program.
    4. Guide students to utilize the multiple student support services, and collaborate with the Student Services and the Academic Support Division staff members.
    5. Lead recruitment activities for apprenticeship development.
    6. Utilize best practices in the teaching profession.
    7. Participate in the continuous improvement of curricula, instruction, and assessment resources.
    8. Respond to the changing technological education needs of industry in apprenticeship programs.
    9. Participate in Apprenticeship Advisory Committee meetings.
    10. Work effectively with faculty colleagues and staff in the continuous improvement of related programs
    11. Maintain and develop new industry relationships to grow the apprenticeship education approach.
    12. Engage in ongoing student learning and program assessment to determine effectiveness of instruction and curriculum.
    13. Create a learning environment that is respectful of diversity and demonstrates a commitment to multiculturalism.
    14. Maintain accurate student records and reporting as defined by the College’s academic administrative processes.
    15. Prepare and update course syllabi (using BTC guidelines) for each course taught.
    16. Maintain and repair tools, equipment and trainers in the classrooms and labs.
    17. Assist in the enforcement of college regulations and report student conduct violations as defined by College policy.
    18. Hold office hours, and perform other duties required to meet student, employer, and college needs.
    19. Assist Dean and Chairs in other duties as assigned.


    Minimum Qualifications:


    1. Journeyman Electrician or Master’s Electrician License.
    2. A minimum of two years (4,000 hours) of occupational experience in a target job for the program(s) being taught, of which at least one year (2,000 hours) shall be within five years prior to the date of appointment. One year (2,000 hours) of related occupational experience may be waived if the occupational instructor has at least two years of post-secondary teaching experience in the appropriate occupational field within five years prior to the date of appointment (two years of post-secondary teaching experience means eight semesters of part-time teaching or four semesters of full-time teaching at an accredited institution).


    Desired Qualifications:

    1. Completion of a nationally accredited Apprenticeship Program.
    2. Previous post-secondary teaching experience


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