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Employers interested in posting their job openings on the LEDA Virtual job fair (at no cost) can send job description, qualifications, and application method to LEDA's Director of Workforce Development by email.


In addition to posting your vacancies on LEDA's website, positions are also distributed to a network of workforce centers and educational institutions as appropriate.





Position: Adjunct Instructor - Marine (SLCC)

The Corporate College Adjunct Marine Instructor is responsible for providing classroom instruction and practical exercises to prepare students for employment in a variety of jobs in the Maritime Field. The instructor will teach U.S. Coast Guard approved courses that will include classroom and field exercises. Courses include Basic Training, Proficiency in Survival Craft, Able Seaman, 100 Ton Master, Radar, and ARPA.

The duties of the Adjunct Marine Instructor include, but are not limited to:
• Providing and supporting classroom instruction for the Maritime program.
• Maintaining a safe, orderly and up-to-date lab area for the application of multiple labs within the Maritime program.
• Developing and maintaining professional relations with the industry through industry visits and advisory committee meetings. 
• Maintaining classroom hours as listed on the course syllabus. 
• Preparing and providing course syllabi and instructional materials to students. 
• Evaluating and reviewing students’ progress in attaining goals and objectives. 
• Keeping appropriate records of testing and grading, as per college standards. 
• Utilizing technology to access data, maintain records, generate reports, communicate with others and facilitate learning. 
• Maintaining student discipline through effective classroom management. 
• Attaining, maintaining and reviewing program certification requirements, as appropriate.
• Fulfilling professional assignments in accordance with the South Louisiana Community College calendar and contractual obligations. 
• Partner with Business and Industry to promote program.

Qualifications:

• Valid U.S. Coast Guard 500 Ton Master license (or higher)
• Unlimited radar observer endorsement 
• Current STCW requirements
• High school diploma or GED

Work Experience in the Oil & Gas Industry:
• Four years of full-time work experience in the Maritime Industry
• One full year of the above full-time work experience must have been served within the last two years

Application Requirements:
Apply online at the link provided.

Apply Online

Job Posted:
03/27/2019
Application Deadline:
04/27/2019


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