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Instructors

Job Description

Spring offerings needing an instructor:

Clinical Medical Assistant Instructors

St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES Adult Education & Workforce Development Department is seeking qualified, part-time instructors to teach for the Clinical Medical Assistant program at various locations within St. Lawrence County.  The position will include classroom and hands-on laboratory teaching. Duties will include:

  • Preparing lessons and course syllabi
  • Evaluating and assisting students
  • Keeping accurate records of student performance, including following grading procedures
  • Providing students with timely feedback
  • Creating a learning environment that fosters student success and active learning
  • Utilizing instructional technology in support of the teaching/learning process
  • Developing, integrating, evaluating and reviewing student learning outcomes.

Eligible candidates must be an experienced CMA (3 years or more) or LPN, RN, or above.  Teaching experience preferred but not required.  Starting salary up to $40/hour. Application deadline January 9, 2023.

Administrative Medical Assistant Instructor

Medical administrative assistants are essential team members at hospitals, doctor’s offices, outpatient facilities, and clinics. The St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES is seeking a qualified part-time instructor to teach the Certified Administrative Medical Assistant program.  The course meets several times a week for approximately 12 weeks.  Topics to be taught include: accomplishing office tasks, using office software and equipment, managing operation reports, answering calls and scheduling appointments, updating patient electronic medical records, greeting and intaking patients and verifying patient identity to name a few.

Eligible candidates must be an experienced AMA (3 years or more) or possess a AS degree or higher in a related field.  Teaching experience preferred but not required.  Starting salary up to $40/hour. Application deadline January 9, 2023

Building and Industrial Maintenance Instructors (Mechanic, Electrician, Pipefitter, Millwright)

St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES Adult Education & Workforce Development is recruiting several instructors to teach in our Building and Industrial Maintenance Programs. We are looking to create a pool of skilled trades people to instruct on a variety of topics. Our goal is to match applicant strengths to specific instructional topics within the Maintenance Training Program. Topics include but are not limited to: National Electrical Code, Electrical Theory, Alternating Currents, Conductors/Cables, Installing/Maintaining Valves, Bearings, Construction Drawings, Mechanical Drawings, Motor Controls, Hydraulic/Pneumatic Controls, HVAC, Sheet Metal Layout, Welding, Plumbing, Basic Carpentry, Residential Electricity and Craft Related Mathematics to name a few.

Classes being planned for Summer 2023 needing an instructor; Valves & Bearings, Introduction to Pipefitting and Electrical & Instrumentation Drawings (see further details below).

Experience in a maintenance field required.  Starting salary up to $40/hour. Applications accepted on an ongoing basis.

* Please indicate on the application that you are applying for a position in Adult Education.  

Course Description for Maintenance:

Valves & Bearings                                                              36 Hours                   

This course explains how to remove and install threaded and flanged valves, how to replace valve stem O-ring and bonnet gaskets, and how to repack a valve stuffing box. The class also discusses the purpose of valve packing.  It introduces plain, ball, roller, thrust, guide flanged, pillow block, and take up bearings.  It also covers bearing materials and designations. Apprentice credit is available for Power Transmission I.

Introduction to Pipefitting                                               36 Hours                  

Topics to be covered in this course: Orientation to the Pipefitting Craft, Pipefitting Hand Tools and Pipefitting Power Tools.  Pipefitters work with many kinds of pipe, ranging from small, half-inch piping to that which is three or more feet in diameter. A pipefitter must know how to work with threaded, grooved, and welded piping systems and must be able to master a variety of tools and equipment.  Apprentice credit is available for Pipefitting I.

Electrical & Instrumentation Drawings           36 Hours                     

Part I of this course will introduce students to instrument symbols, abbreviations, and specific types of drawings and documents, including instrument indexes, installation detail drawings, location drawings, and control loops.  Part II of this course will cover reading and interpreting of piping and instrumentation drawings, loop sheets, flow diagrams, isometrics, and orthographics, enabling trainees to identify types of instrumentation and the specifications for installation. Apprentice credit is available for Blueprint Reading II.

 

 

Job Requirements

Requirements noted in the job descriptions above.

Benefits

  • Health Insurance
  • Retirement Benefits
  • Paid time off (sick days, vacation days)

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