Working under direction of the
Precision Machining Technology/Engineering Design
& Machine Technology Instructor, participates
in the preparation of Career Center students for
careers and further schooling in the machine tool
and engineering fields.
High school diploma.
Industry-based post-secondary training
Two years recent successful work
experience in precision tooling fabrication or repair
related work, and able to be annually authorized for
High level of computer skills,
including office software (required) and CAD/CAM
Abilities to adapt instructional
approaches to individual student needs.
Able to understand and follow
existing policies and procedures.
Able to work with others and
communicate effectively with individuals and with
Able to meet deadlines, follow
through on assignments and anticipate classroom/student
Assists teacher as part of a
teaching team in instructing students and maintaining a
classroom and lab atmosphere that is conducive to
Assists in the development and/or
evaluation of the program curriculum/modules.
Instructs students in, and
follows, necessary safety procedures.
Assists in classroom related
non-instructional duties, including evaluating student
performance and record-keeping duties related to
behavior and attendance.
Works with special needs students
to provide individualize support.
Assists teacher in ordering
supplies and equipment needed for instruction.
Assists with the coordination of
Participates in the marketing
efforts for the program.
Performs other duties as assigned
by the Instructor, Associate Principal, and/or
Safety precautions required with
metal working tools and machinery, sharps, and
Lifting and moving up to 30