Welding Technology Instructor

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A Welding Technologies Instructor is a full-time, part-time or adjunct faculty member who is responsible for providing instruction based on industry standard criteria to students.  Assigned duties are determined by the Program Director and/or the Dean of Instructional Services.

1. Provides learning experiences for students in accordance with the mission and purposes of the College.
2. Remains current in assigned teaching area(s).
3. Meets classes as scheduled.
4. Develops and publishes curricula and syllabi as outlined in the Employee Handbook.
5. Conforms to college regulations regarding textbook selection and replacement.
6. Completes department duties as assigned by Program Director.
7. Maintains active liaison with business and industry, when appropriate.
8. Assists the department in meeting the mission and purposes of the College.
9. Maintains laboratory equipment in proper working order.
10. Supervises aides and work-study students.
11. Assists the Program Director and Dean of Instructional Services in the development of day and night classes.
12. Performs academic advising.
13. Complies with the Master Agreement.
14. Performs other duties as assigned by the administration if necessary to fulfill the mission and purposes of the College.

1. Associate Degree in Welding or related area from a regionally accredited college or university.
2. Three years’ experience Welding
3. Possess and maintain current welding certification for processes taught or the ability to obtain and maintain certification within 6 months of hire date.
4. Industry specific knowledge pertaining directly to subjects assigned and taught.

1. Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
2. Experience in teaching welding or related classes
3. Pipefitting and pipe welding procedure experience in accordance with API-1104 standards.

If interested in applying, please submit the following to the Human Resource Office:
• Letter of interest (Cover Letter)
• Resume (Curriculum Vitae)
• DCC Employment Application
• Credential Verification Authorization Statement
• EEO Form
• Unofficial Transcripts


Dawson Community College must comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.  If hired, you will be required to provide documents to show your identity and authorization to work.

Non-Discrimination Policy: Pursuant to title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Vietnam era and Disabled Veterans Act, as amended, and the Montana State Human Rights Act - Dawson Community College has a policy of  nondiscrimination in employment practices and in admissions, access to and conduct of educational programs and activities.  Discrimination is prohibited on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, or marital status.  Any student, employee, applicant for admission or employment may file a discrimination grievance.  Inquiries or grievances should be directed to the Human Resources/EEO Director in Room 105A, phone (406)377-9412.

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