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HVAC Instructor Job

HVAC instructor jobs available in West-Covina, Anaheim, and Fairfield

HVAC instructor’s responsibility is to prepare students to succeed in school and upon graduation when they begin to seek employment in the field of their selected training. Faculty members use an approved curriculum and present coursework that prepares the student to pursue a technical career in the HVAC career field.

The successful candidate is consistently motivating, engaging, mentoring, encouraging, and fundamentally passionate about teaching to help students to gain confidence and skills necessary to obtain entry-level employment upon graduation. The successful candidate will be a role model, set an expectation of the profession and deliver quality educational opportunities to our students in a hands-on, practical vocational environment.

Contact Jennifer Dolvick at 818.573.5342 or email your resume to hr@intercoast.edu

  • Preparation and delivery of an approved curriculum based on company coursework and lesson plans
  • Regularly monitors student attendance and progress
  • Maintaining communication with all students at risk; working with students to address any issues that may impede their academic progress and respond to student retention and classroom management issues.
  • Promotes a positive academic environment with a professional appearance and cultivate cooperative learning by maintaining academic standards

The ideal candidate will have a passion for helping students attain their career goals. Your daily reward will be the personal satisfaction of having a chance to make a difference to yourself, your team and to a group of students who expect an outstanding education and career.

  • HVAC Faculty – Universal Technician or NATE Certification or HVAC Excellence Certification
  • 5 years minimum professional and practical experience working in the industry, or its equivalent
  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds, climb ladders, bend and squat and be able to carry tools of approximately 25 – 30 pounds on a tool belt.
  • Technical expertise in all of the subjects in which the instructor will be teaching.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the professional career paths and demands of the field
  • Ability to inspire students to the highest level of achievement for meeting employer expectations
  • Motivation and enthusiasm for teaching and having a sensitivity to student needs, interests and frailties
electrical instructor job

Electrical instructor jobs available in West-Covina, Anaheim, and Fairfield

Electrical instructor’s responsibility is to prepare students to succeed in school and upon graduation when they begin to seek employment in the field of their selected training. Faculty members use an approved curriculum and present coursework that prepares the student to pursue a technical career in the Electrical career field.

The successful candidate is consistently motivating, engaging, mentoring, encouraging, and fundamentally passionate about teaching to help students to gain confidence and skills necessary to obtain entry-level employment upon graduation. The successful candidate will be a role model, set an expectation of the profession and deliver quality educational opportunities to our students in a hands-on, practical vocational environment.

Contact Jennifer Dolvick at 818.573.5342 or email your resume to hr@intercoast.edu

  • Preparation and delivery of an approved curriculum based on company coursework and lesson plans
  • Regularly monitors student attendance and progress
  • Maintaining communication with all students at risk; working with students to address any issues that may impede their academic progress and respond to student retention and classroom management issues.
  • Promotes a positive academic environment with professional appearance and cultivate cooperative learning by maintaining academic standards

The ideal candidate will have a passion for helping students attain their career goals. Your daily reward will be the personal satisfaction of having a chance to make a difference to yourself, your team and to a group of students who expect an outstanding education and career.

  • Electrical Training Program Faculty – Master Electrician or Journeyman or C-10 License
  • 5 years minimum professional and practical experience working in the industry, or its equivalent
  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds, climb ladders, bend and squat and be able to carry tools of approximately 25 – 30 pounds on a tool belt.
  • Technical expertise in all of the subjects in which the instructor will be teaching.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the professional career paths and demands of the field
  • Ability to inspire students to the highest level of achievement for meeting employer expectations
  • Motivation and enthusiasm for teaching and having a sensitivity to student needs, interests and frailties