Electrical Systems Instructos

Full-time, Part-time, Permanent Position, Available on: 2023-07-06

Starting Salary: $45000.00/Year
Instructors are responsible for the delivery of educational materials by utilizing sound educational practices focused on the successful academic development of each student. Instructors utilize the educational experience as a vehicle for the development of knowledge and skills of the student’s chosen field in order to help students achieve their educational and career goals. Instructors promote an educational environment that is engaging, dynamic, and student-centered additionally providing support, tutoring and other assistance as needed. Instructors lead by example, model professional behavior centered on ethical conduct with focus on the Ancora Education Mission and Core Values.
Experience Required
▪ Non‐Degree and Occupational Associate Degrees technical/occupational courses: a minimum of three (5) years’ practical work experience in the field of instruction;

▪ Must have 5 years of verifiable Electrical Systems employment in the past 10 years.

▪ Demonstration of the highest levels of integrity and professionalism in all aspects, including appearance, demeanor, and attitude

▪ Solid computer software skills including Microsoft Office Instructors must meet minimum qualifications for teaching:

▪ Strong written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills with demonstrated success in collaborating with diverse groups of employees and customers

▪ Ability to work in an observation/coaching style environment

▪ Capability to prioritize, accept responsibility, and work within deadlines

▪ Superior organizational and problem-resolution skills

▪ Demonstrated commitment to customer service


▪ Previous experience teaching in a proprietary education setting

▪ Exceptional cases: eight (8) years’ practical work experience may be substituted for practical work experience and justified by the campus;

▪ Knowledge of federal, state, and accreditation regulations applicable to the proprietary education industry

Key Responsibilities
▪ Utilize classroom and lab instruction, student assessment mechanisms, and classroom management techniques to provide an engaged educational experience to students

▪ Guarantee that student has been presented with the material to successfully meet the learning objectives of each course within a student’s program of study

▪ Ensure that instructional materials and equipment are ready for student use, sufficient in quantity, are properly maintained, and are in working order

▪ Participate in ongoing faculty assessment and professional development activities to ensure an active, engaged, and up to date classroom experience for all students; maintaining required certification and licensure

▪ Actively participate in meetings, review and analyze assessment data, compile reports, and meet academic and administrative deadlines

▪ Ensure compliance with all federal, state, and regulatory bodies’ guidelines, along with internal policies of the company

▪ Other duties as assigned

Ancora Education is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment. We are an equal opportunity employer that maintains a policy of nondiscrimination with respect to all employees and applicants for employment. All employment decisions are made without regard to individual’s age, race, color, religion or creed, national origin or ancestry, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, ethnicity, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Company: Ancora

Ancora Corporate Office
2241 S Watson Road
STE 181
Arlington, TX 76010

Contact: Kellie Metzker
(254) 294-4594