Bismarck State College
PO Box 5587
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$30,000 - $49,999
Full-time, nine-month position with potential for supplemental summer lab instruction. This position includes responsibilities for curriculum instruction and upgrade of online and/or classroom based courses and instructional materials directly related to instrumentation and control in the energy and manufacturing industries. Additional responsibilities may include student advising, committee work, marketing of programs, working with industry advisory committees, submitting grades by the established deadline and other duties as assigned by the Program Manager and/or the Associate Vice President for the NECE.
This is an on-campus position.
Bachelor’s degree or an associate degree in energy, process control, instrumentation, automation or related field and a minimum of three years non-teaching experience in instrumentation and control
OR a certificate in one of these disciplines and a minimum of five years of non-teaching experience in instrumentation and control
OR no degree/certificate with a minimum of ten years of non-teaching experience in instrumentation and control
Agreement to complete a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field within six years of date of hire (tuition assistance available) if applicant does not possess one.
Excellent working knowledge of basic electricity, electronics, instrument calibration, control loops, PID loop tuning, control systems, and PLC programming.
Strong knowledge of valves, actuators, pumps, P&IDs, motors, and variable frequency drives.
General knowledge of the controls used in fossil fueled power plants, petroleum production, gas processing, refining, ethanol production, and/or gasification.
Good computer software skills – Microsoft Office, email and electronic calendar (Outlook).
Excellent written communication skills.
Excellent oral communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work cooperatively with diverse groups and to articulate and support the community college philosophy.
Will be required to obtain North Dakota State Board for Career and Technical Education certification (up to six years to obtain and training is provided). This requires a combination of education and work experience. For more information on CTE certification: https://www.cte.nd.gov/sites/www/files/documents/Educators/TeacherCert/PS_CertStandards.pdf.
Extensive industry experience.
Appropriate bachelor’s degree.
Curriculum development, teaching and/or training experience.
Contact Human Resources at 701-224-5531 or email: email@example.com.