Under general supervision, the professional lab assistant will assist instructor in preparing students with the technical competencies essential to the Automotive Technician Industry. The professional lab assistant must; effectively use oral and written communication skills; demonstrate knowledge of current in-field procedures (including but not limited to Engine Repair, Electrical Automotive Systems, Climate Control, Steering and Suspension, Braking Systems, Manual and Automatic Drive Trains); assist instructor in maintaining accurate inventory of all assigned properties; maintain safety procedures; assist instructor with instruction and maintaining student records; maintain qualifications for employment as described by the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) Policy Manual and accreditation standards.
- Assist instructor with the course content for Engine Repair, Electrical Automotive Systems, Climate Control, Steering and Suspension, Braking Systems, Manual and Automatic Drive Trains and additional Automotive related learning objectives.
- Ensures safety and security requirements are met in the training area
- Assist in maintaining equipment and inventory
- Meets with students, staff members and other educators to discuss students’ instructional programs and other issues impacting the progress of the students
- Other duties as assigned.
- At least 3 years Automotive Technician or Assistant Technician experience
- Must have a valid driver’s license
Hourly rate of pay based on education and experience/No benefits
Lab Assistant responsibilities are typically performed in a classroom/lab environment with the employee intermittently sitting, standing, walking, bending, pushing, and pulling for three (3) – four (4) continuous hours at a time. The employee frequently lifts lightweight objects up to 50LBS. The work is performed in campus buildings and outdoors where the employee is occasionally exposed to cold or inclement weather. The exposure to dirt, dust, grease, machinery with moving parts, chemicals, and fumes is possible in the laboratory environment. The ability to distinguish colors is required for purposes of electrical wiring.
Submit a NGTC application, resume, names and contact information of two professional references, and copies of unofficial transcripts from all colleges attended. A Criminal History Report and Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) are required for the recommended candidate.
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