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Job Description

"Learning First" is the primary institutional goal for Central Carolina Community College where all faculty and staff are empowered as educators, committed to responsibility for the learning process.

The Mechanical Engineering Technology Adjunct Instructor teaches courses for the Lee Main Campus with the possibility of teaching at the high schools in the future.

Essential Duties

* Prepare and deliver classroom instruction
* Responsible for completing class reports, rosters, and grade reports.
* Work cooperatively with all directors and staff.

Minimum Requirements

* Associate's degree in Computer Aided Drafting, Mechanical Engineering or a related field.
* Availability to teach daytime on-campus courses.

Required knowledge, skills and abilities:

* CAD Software - SolidWorks, Inventor, and/or AutoCAD

Preferred Requirements

* Experience with Blackboard

About Central Carolina Community College

Since 2002, CCCC has been a leader in Biofuels education on the east coast. CCCC offers workshops, continuing education, and curriculum programs to suit the needs of students and industry. CCCC's focus on sustainable fuel production is at the heart of the program, offering students the opportunity to learn responsible and sustainable fuel production practices. In Fall 2008 CCCC will begin offering an associate degree in Alternative Energy Technology: Biofuels. This program is designed to equip students with the skills needed for a career in the growing biofuels industry. The program has been designed to utilize CCCC's comprehensive biofuels testing lab and production lab to educate students in a wide variety of industry skills. With support from NC BioNetwork and the NC General Assembly CCCC has constructed a biofuels testing lab capable of performing analysis of:Flash Point Free & Total Glycerin Kinematic Viscosity Water & Sediment Copper Corrosion Sulfated Ash Blend Percentage Specific Gravity Cloud Point Cold Soak Bound Moisture Oxidative Stability Carbon Residue Methanol Content Acid Number Ethanol Content With support from the North Carolina Biofuels Center CCCC is currently constructing a pilot scale plant capable of producing both biodiesel and ethanol from various feedstocks. The plant will be designed to produce fuel in a variety of ways to suit training needs. The production facility will also include a oilseed crushing facility and side stream management equipment. The fuel produced in the lab will be used to run college vehicles and equipment.