PT CE Instructor-Water/Wastewater

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Day and evening positions available at Richmond and Sugar Land.
The responsibility of a Continuing Education Instructor is to provide the most effective instruction possible in his/her discipline. Supervision is received from appropriate supervisor. The Continuing Education Instructor works to ensure that his/her instruction is meeting the educational needs of all students. Continuing Education Instructors are hired in a part-time capacity, contingent upon the needs of the department. Classes are offered during daytime, evenings, and weekends as well as some College holidays. Classes are offered at various times and locations during the academic year as well as at various campuses and offsite.
Requirements:This position requires a Bachelor's Degree with three years of full time experience in the operation, maintenance, design, construction, or regulation of water and/or wastewater utility systems; or an Associates Degree with five years of full time experience as previously listed; or a High School Diploma or GED with seven years of full time experience as previously listed. This position requires one year of experience in adult education or training (which may include on-the-job training) and 60 hours of classroom instructional experience. Applicants must possess a valid unexpired water/wastewater operator license from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) making them eligible to teach TCEQ approved courses. A criminal background check is required.
To be considered for this position, all qualified applicants must attach to their online application the following documents:
1) Copy of college transcript(s) ? if applicable
2) Copy of valid unexpired water/wastewater operator license
All documents must be attached to one online application to be considered. Please re-open your application form to verify all documents are properly attached.

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