Manufacturing Instructor Needed: Stebbins HS

Why should you care that Stebbins is looking for a teacher? Because Stebbins and other schools with similar programs can’t produce the talent we need if they don’t have instructors. Please read on.

Stebbins High School is looking for a Career Tech Teacher for their Advanced Manufacturing and Machining program for the 2020-2021 school year.

Instructor will provide classroom instruction, curriculum development, and laboratory education for precision machining including machine tool theory, working properties of metals, welding, how to use both manual and computer controlled methods to make machined products (mills and lathe operations), precision measuring and grinding, and blueprint reading and use. More details about the position can be found here.

It is critical that manufacturers support this program; without a qualified instructor Stebbins will be forced to close their manufacturing program and therefore won’t be able to produce employees for you! If you or someone you know is interested in filling this position, please send your application by February 4 or contact Angelia/Kayla.

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