1/24/18

Mechanical-Electrical Technology Assistant Professor at Sacramento City College

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Closing date: 3/7/18


11/28/17

Part Time Job Position: Central Carolina Community College, Pittsboro

Adjunct Teaching Position: CST 241, Planning/Estimating I

CCCC has a new area of study, The Building Construction Technologies Program. We’re looking for qualified people to share their knowledge and pass along the skills to enable folks to enter this high demand field. Do you care about helping people? Do you want to help people achieve their goals? If you know your subject and can explain it to others, we want you to apply to become a part of our growing team.

The instructors in the BCT program come to the classroom from the field. This approach provides students with access to real world experiences and connections to those working in this demanding and relevant field. As much as possible, learning in the BCT program is as close to real life as we can make it. Our students are engaged, eager, and ready to learn and work.

The Planning/Estimating I course covers the procedures involved in planning and estimating a construction/building project. Topics include performing quantity take-offs of materials necessary for a building project. Upon completion, students should be able to accurately complete a take-off of materials and equipment needs involved in a construction project.

For more information contact:
Jeff Gannon Lead Instructor
Building Construction Technologies
jgannon@cccc.edu
919.545.8032 o
919.842.2304 c


                                                         
11/28/17

Part Time Job Position: Central Carolina Community College, Pittsboro

Adjunct Teaching Position: CMT 120, Codes and Inspections

CCCC has a new area of study, The Building Construction Technologies Program. We’re looking for qualified people to share their knowledge and pass along the skills to enable folks to enter this high demand field. Do you care about helping people? Do you want to help people achieve their goals? If you know your subject and can explain it to others, we want you to apply to become a part of our growing team.

The instructors in the BCT program come to the classroom from the field. This approach provides students with access to real world experiences and connections to those working in this demanding and relevant field. As much as possible, learning in the BCT program is as close to real life as we can make it. Our students are engaged, eager, and ready to learn and work.

CMT 120, Codes and Inspections covers building codes and the code inspections process used in the design and construction of residential and commercial buildings. Emphasis is placed on commercial, residential, and accessibility (ADA) building codes. Upon completion, students should understand the building code inspections process and apply building code principals and requirements to construction projects.

For more information contact:
Jeff Gannon Lead Instructor
Building Construction Technologies
jgannon@cccc.edu
919.545.8032 o
919.842.2304 c


11/6/18

Professor of Building Automation Systems Direct Digital Controls

 

Valencia College is seeking a Professor of Building Automation Systems Direct Digital Controls that will uphold the College’s vision of being a premier learning college that transforms lives, strengthens community, and inspires individuals to excellence. The Professor, Energy Management/Controls Technology (Building Automation) is responsible for teaching classes on our Energy Management and Controls Technology Program, a two-year program that prepares students to go directly into a specialized career in the energy management, and building automation and controls industry.

 This is program is one-of-a-kind program teaches students how to manage and control a building’s electrical and mechanical systems efficiently using a broad range of current and emerging technologies. Students will develop a proficiency in HVAC/R commercial systems, control theory, logic and programming, installation, system design and integration.

In this position you will be responsible to prepare and deliver instruction to students in assigned modalities. Prepare instructional materials. Provide feedback on students’ progress, include evaluation of student mastery of course and program outcomes. 

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Location: Orlando, FL 32811 – West Campus
Department: Energy Management & Controls Technology
Closing Date: Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 7:00pm EST

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