Advanced Manufacturing Instructor
Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)
Advanced Manufacturing Instructor
Put your Experience to Work in Education!
Join our Early College Career Academy Program, a partnership between SUNY Adirondack and WSWHE BOCES
Candidates must either be NYS certified in Mechanical Technology 7-12 or certifiable with one of the following options:
- Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Technology and 1 year of experience in mechanical technology, mechanical engineering, machining, tool and die making, and/or mechanical drafting.
- Associate's degree in Mechanical Technology and 2 years of experience
- High School Diploma and 4 years of experience
- Membership in the New York State Teacher's Retirement System
- 183 Day School Calendar (September to June)
- Opportunity for Summer Program Development
- Health Dental & Vision
- Paid Leave
About the Early College Career Academy: An Early College High School Program
The Early College Career Academy: An Early College High School Program, is a partnership between SUNY Adirondack and the WSWHE BOCES, where students are eligible to earn up to 32 college credits, acquire national or internationally recognized industry credentials, participate in work-based learning projects and industry challenges, as well as be mentored by practicing professionals in their field of study.
About the Early College High School Program Video, click here.
Advanced Manufacturing Program Information:
- A mix of college-level courses, job skills and technical education help train the “industrial athletes” of the future. BOCES educators and SUNY Adirondack professors work together in the Early College Career Academy to provide students a transdisciplinary environment that encompasses all learning styles and individual strengths.
- The sequence of coursework in this program will ensure job-ready skills and the opportunity to earn nationally recognized certifications from the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC).
- All students are given the opportunity to participate in Work-Based Learning experiences that connect students with future employers through site tours, job-shadowing and mentorship.
NOTICE TO ALL CANDIDATES: A fingerprint supported criminal history background check is required by law for employment in New York State schools. Prospective BOCES employees who do not hold NYS fingerprint clearance must be fingerprinted and cleared prior to employment with BOCES and are responsible for all fees associated with fingerprinting.
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