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Post 5/1/19, 2019-20 Vacancy, Waterville-Precision Machining Instructor

posted May 1, 2019, 4:43 AM by Linda Weed

Mid-Maine Technical Center

PRECISION MACHINING INSTRUCTOR – 2019-2020 VACANCY

Start Date: Monday, August 26, 2019

 Mid-Maine Technical Center is a regional, technical high school serving 11th and 12th grade students from Lawrence, Messalonskee, Waterville, and Winslow High Schools as well as private, charter, and home-schooled students from sending districts.  MMTC offers twenty-four technical courses that prepare students for post-secondary education and employment by providing instruction and practical experiences through industry-recognized curricula.

 THE PRECISION MACHINING PROGRAM

 Primary responsibilities include:

  • Implementing a series of lessons and applied learning activities based on the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS) that emphasize student skill development and safety. 
  • Establishing a classroom environment that promotes student achievement, aspirations, and respectful, responsible student behavior.
  •  Developing and maintaining professional, collaborative relationships with community partners including local industry, state and industry training organizations, and colleges.
  • Maintaining professional teaching certification through the Department of Education.
  • Participating in program-specific and school-wide committee work related to accreditation including, but not limited to Comprehensive School Review, Safety & Health Award for Public Employers, and NIMS.

 Qualifications:

  • Relevant work experience, education, training, and industry credentials.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and communicate effectively with colleagues, students, families, and community partners.
  •  Professional, cooperative, and respectful of the beliefs, opinions, and confidentiality of others.

    School year position (183 days, including in-service days)

 Application materials may be obtained on the Mid-Maine Technical Center website, www.mmtc.me or by calling the MMTC office at 873-0102.  

    Submitted applications should include a completed application, cover letter, and resume. Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found.

 Applications should be sent electronically to kwaite@aos92.org  or mailed to:

                   Mid-Maine Technical Center

               c/o Precision Machining Instructor

                3 Brooklyn Avenue

                Waterville, ME   04901

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