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Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology Faculty
Institution: Mesalands Community College
Location: New Mexico, United States
Category: Faculty - Engineering - Mechanical
Posted: 10/03/2019
Application Due: 00/00/0000
Type: Fulltime

The instructor will be responsible for teaching courses which may include a variety of subjects across renewable energy technology, including: electrical theory; electrical safety (eg.: NFPA70E and Lock Out Tag Out); electromechanical systems; substation operation; solar energy systems design, setup and maintenance (to include PVWATTs or similar software); storage battery array creation and maintenance; installation of inverters and transformers (OEM training on commercial scale inverters would be a plus); micro grid setup and operation; smart building controllers; wind energy systems; in stream hydro; and other related courses. Familiarity with the NABSEP certification process is a plus.

The instructor performs any combination of the following tasks in conducting college courses and assisting the College in meeting its mission.

Essential Functions.

The employee is responsible for the following:

  • Instructs classes as assigned for 15 to 20 credit hours per semester with anything over 16 credit hours being an overload;

  • Teaches one or more subjects for which qualified within prescribed curriculum;

  • Takes a key role in developing Integrated Renewable Energy Technology Curriculum;

  • Recruits students for the discipline area(s) taught;

  • Uses and analyzes assessment and classroom techniques;

  • Prepares and distributes to each student a syllabus for each course taught. A copy of each new syllabus must be filed with Academic Affairs office;

  • Stimulates class discussions and understanding of materials by students;

  • Compiles bibliographies of specialized materials for outside reading assignments;

  • Compiles, administers, and grades examinations, or assigns this work to others;

  • Maintains currency in particular field of knowledge and applies this to instruction;

  • Performs related duties such as advising students on academic and vocational curricula, serving as advisor to student organizations, and performing faculty work through committees;

  • Serves on committees to provide professional services to government and industry and to enable the work of the faculty and administration of the college to be accomplished;

  • Uses technology in the classroom;

  • Uses distance education;

  • Maintains office hours as per the Faculty Handbook;

  • Cleans and organizes tools, equipment, and work area;

  • Complies with College and OSHA policies and procedures at all times;

  • Maintains required training certification;

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Description: Integrated Renewable Energy Technology Instructor Page 2


Bachelor's degree in an engineering-related field plus technical certification credentials required. Master's degree preferred. Experience in or exposure to the community college environment desirable. A valid driver's license and satisfactory driving record may be required.


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