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TSTC is seeking a Robotics Instructor at TSTC- Waco. The Robotics Instructor
is principally charged with presenting prepared materials, supervising
organized laboratory or shop activities, maintain order, recording student
progress, and assuring the presence of adequate supplies and equipment to
conduct the laboratory or shop activities in a safe and effective manner.
Industrial Robotics and automated manufacturing controls instructor duties
include teaching Electro-Mechanical Controls and Automated Control Systems
Teaching Industrial Robotic programing, vision system programing, and
Programmable Logic Controllers hardware set-up and Programming
Set-up and maintain Robotics lab equipment and teaching materials
Develop, organize, and present instructional materials at scheduled times and
Maintain communications with students and colleagues to assure efficient and
Preserve records of student attendance, student progress, and departmental
equipment as assigned to instructor, and others
Participate in departmental meetings and recruiting activities
Associate's degree in a related field, plus 3 years in industrial robotics and
automated manufacturing controls
Annual Salary: DOE
Please submit a completed employment application, along with a cover letter,
curriculum vitae (CV) or resume, and transcript copies. Interviews will
include a teaching demonstration.
Security Sensitive Position
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without
regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status,
genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or
expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal law.
Requisition ID: 37897