Updated: Jan 26
It is critical that manufacturers support manufacturing training programs; without qualified instructors, schools will be forced to close their manufacturing programs and, therefore, will not be able to produce employees for you! Please encourage recently retired manufacturer colleagues or other manufacturers looking for a part-time gig to consider teaching the next generation of talent.
Right now Liberty High School in downtown Dayton is looking for an instructor for their manufacturing program. Read on for details about the position.
Liberty High School is partnering with local corporations and Ohio Means Jobs to provide high school seniors with the training and experience to meet the needs of employers here in Dayton, Ohio.
Students will have the opportunity to complete the Certified Production Technician certification at school while finishing up the requirements to earn a high school diploma. With opportunities to do paid/unpaid internships with local manufacturers, our students graduate workforce ready. In order to meet the growing need for entry level workers, Liberty High School is looking to hire a recently retired individual who worked in the manufacturing sector to be an instructor in our high school manufacturing program. This instructor will guide students through an already established curriculum while helping them learn the skills that are essential to getting and keeping a job. The position is available on either a part-time or full-time basis.
Minimum of 5 years of experience in manufacturing.
No restrictions in securing an Ohio Department of Education vocational teacher license or permit.
Understanding and appreciation for non-traditional learners and learning environment.
If you or someone you know is interested in filling this position, please contact Jerry Farley at 937-269-4043 or firstname.lastname@example.org.