Veterans Assembled electronics is a vocational training facility that trains service disabled veterans to be Certified Electronic Engineering Technicians. Each graduate completes the program with 13 internationally recognized certifications including: IPCJ-STD-001/F(s), 610, 620, ESD; ETA: EM1-EM5 (CETa), Journeyman Industrial (IND). The goal of this program is to secure employment in the field of electronics.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Ability to provide instruction on assigned topics in accordance with approved curriculum effectively utilizing all allotted time.
utilizing all allotted time.
Current proficiency in instructional techniques incorporating examples in the teaching process based on real world examples of applications related to the subject matter utilizing instructor’s personal experience.
based on real world examples of applications related to the subject matter utilizing instructor’s
Works with supervisor to develop and revise curriculum to ensure accurate content and format.
Knowledge in developing instructional aides (such as handouts, reference materials, or audio/visual supports) for courses assigned. Ability in creating teaching outlines in accordance with established guidelines.
audio/visual supports) for courses assigned. Ability in creating teaching outlines in accordance
with established guidelines.
• Makes recommendations to management on course improvement and customer training needs based on reviewing and analyzing student course evaluations and incorporating the latest concepts in the various training medias.
based on reviewing and analyzing student course evaluations and incorporating the latest
concepts in the various training medias.
In-depth knowledge of the training curriculum to ensure compliance with existing laws, regulations, policy and guidelines.
regulations, policy and guidelines.
Accurately maintains records and statistical information on employee training.
Assist students in preparing for job interviews Non-Essential Duties:
Other duties as assigned
Minimum Qualifications:(To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.)
essential duty satisfactorily.)
Undergraduate degree preferred in the related field from an accredited educational institution and/or at least 3 years of specialized experience or equivalent professional experience.
and/or at least 3 years of specialized experience or equivalent professional experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Microsoft Office Products with strong emphasis Word, Excel and SharePoint
Strong research, writing, analytical, and presentation development skills
Oral and written communications skills
Must have knowledge of all or most of the following equipment:
Digital, Dual-Trace Oscilloscope
Arbitrary Function Generator
DC Power Supply
Signal Communications Simulator
Electronics/Electrical Hand tools, including
Multi-tip, Multi-Temp Soldering Iron
Lighted Magnifying Light
Other small hand tools of the trade
About Veterans Assembled electronics
We are looking for qualified instructors on a full-time and part-time basis to help train our students to become electronics technicians. We train to both ETA and IPC standards, graduating our students with 12 Internationally recognized certificates.
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