Welding Program Chair
If you’re a dedicated, enthusiastic, professional welder with experience in fabrication, structural or pipe welding, preferably with teaching experience, who believes in the power of sharing your knowledge, motivating others, preparing graduates for entry-level positions, and putting students first, we want to hear from you! We offer a competitive salary, along with a comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental, disability, life, vision, 401K, and flexible spending accounts, for full-time employees.
We’re seeking a Welding Program Chair to join our Cleveland Campus and assist the Director of Campus Administration/Campus Dean in managing the Campus’ Welding program.
- Adheres to all Company policies and procedures and always operates within state and federal statutes and regulations and within standards of accreditation.
- Helps to develop the curriculum for his or her department.
- Assists in the recruitment, orientation, and training of faculty.
- Provides suggestions and recommendations as to the hiring, firing, promotion, demotion, discipline, or any other change of status for an employee under his or her direct supervision to the Campus Dean; suggestions and recommendations are given particular weight.
- Exercises discretion and independent judgment with respect to specific subject matter areas under his or her administrative guidance.
- Assists in organizing student orientations and graduation ceremonies and participates in such activities.
- Assists in organizing Program Advisory Committee (PAC) meetings in his or her department and attends such meetings.
- Monitors students’ attendance and attrition.
- Controls attrition for his or her department.
- Researches and implements technological changes in his or her field.
- Supervises, coordinates, and customarily and regularly directs the work of all employees in his or her academic program.
- Provides assistance and support to the DCA/Campus Dean in the implementation of academic program objectives and for positive outcomes.
- Teaches courses as required.
- Travels as required.
- Performs other duties or special projects as assigned.
- Maintains professional and effective working relationships with all other Campus personnel.
- Conducts his or her professional and personal life in a fashion that fosters a positive impression of the Campus and the Company.
- Performs the job on site when required. Remote work is appropriate when onsite work is not required. Subject to change if superseded by Human Resource policy regarding remote work.
- Formal education appropriate to the specialization and three years of related practical work experience. OR
- Evidence of professional certification through the American Welding Society (AWS) or NCCER and five years of related practical work experience.
- At least one (1) year of in-class teaching experience preferred.
- Superior language ability/interpersonal communication skills.
- Solid logic/reasoning ability and organizational skills.
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Remington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We provide reasonable accommodation where appropriate to applicants with disabilities.