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Pima Community College
  • Position Number: 4672152
  • Location: Tucson, AZ
  • Position Type: Vocational & Technical - Construction & Building Trades

Position Summary:

This Instructor provides instruction to adult learners via lecture/lab and alternative delivery methods in Building and Construction Technology (BCT), including Construction or HVAC to students enrolled through the Arizona State Prison Complex - Douglas (ASPC). These courses are designed to be delivered in an open/entry, open/exit method.

ThepurposeoftheCTEHeatingVentilationAirConditioning(HVAC)Instructoristoprovidestudentswithinstruction and training in the understanding of mechanical and electricalsystems, and become familiar with the tools and equipmentassociatedwithHVACaswellastopreparestudents for entry-level employment in the HVAC industry. The course covers:

  • Theory of refrigeration evacuation and charging methods

  • Tools, materials, and equipment

  • Components;electriccircuitsandcontrols

  • InstallationofHVACsystems;electricalmotors;schematicwiringdiagrams and HVAC blueprints, Heating, ventilation, and heat pumps

  • Diagnosis of HVAC problems using meters

This position is located at the AZ State Prison Complex in Douglas, AZ.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Teach construction technology / HVAC to students in a correctional facility

  • Review and develop modifications in the construction technology / HVAC course curriculum

  • Provide assistance and instruction to students on academic matters, technical and vocational programs, and special equipment

  • Assess student skills and develop appropriate vocational study plans

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in a related areaand

  • Two years of related instructing experience


  • An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above


  • Master's degree in the field of study


  • Master's degree in any discipline and 18 graduate semester hours in the field of study


  • Bachelor's degree in the field of study


  • Bachelor's degree in any field and 3 years of work experience in the field


  • Associate's degree in any field and 5 years of work experience in the field


  • 64 semester credit hours in the field of study and 5 years of work experience in the field


  • Industry-recognized certification in the field of study and 5 years of work experience in the field


  • License in the field of study and 5 years of work experience in the field which includes: industrial technology; building trades or other closely related field

The ideal candidate will have the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Knowledge of skilled trades expertise required to complete assigned responsibilities for the position

  • Journey-level central plant and commercial direct expansion equipment maintenance and repair

  • Basic repair and maintenance of a variety of commercial facility systems, including basic mechanical/electrical systems and basic construction

  • Use of computers and applicable software applications

  • Basic inventory and record keeping

  • Read blueprints, schematic drawings, and/or construction drawings

  • Principles of estimating job materials and work hours

  • Leadership, managerial and supervisory principles

  • Skill in effective communication (both written and oral)

  • Skill in performing a variety of duties, often changing from one task to another of a different nature

  • Skill in HVAC maintenance

  • Ability to adapt and maintain professional composure in emergent and crisis situations

  • Ability to operate relevant equipment required to complete assigned responsibilities for the position

  • Knowledge of regulatory compliance principles and practices

  • Knowledge and application of organizational and time management principles

  • Attention to detail, comfortable with working on repetitive tasks with a high level of accuracy

  • Skill in Construction technology / HVAC curriculum and policies Complete a regular inventory of tools and supplies

  • Principles and practices of teaching and instruction specific to a vocational program

  • Curriculum development, planning, and updating

  • Student assessment and placement related to vocational instruction

  • Practices and principles of teaching individuals who are at different competency levels

  • Evaluation and selection of vocational materials and equipment

  • Budgeting procedures and techniques

  • Record keeping and inventory

  • Supervisory techniques

  • Clear, concise oral and written communication

  • Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills


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