This form is the official Personnel Requisition form used to notify Employment
Services of job vacancies and initiate appropriate job advertisements. This
form must be completed and approved by the officials designated below.
Position Title Ford TOT Instructor
Full Time/Part Time Full Time
Department Continuing Education
Campus Central Campus
Location Central Campus
Salary Per contract
Hours Full-time, indicate working hours - Mon-Fri 7:30-5:30
Summary of Position
Overall duties and responsibilities are teaching all assigned Technician of
Tomorrow classes and laboratory activities in a professional manner, assisting
students on an individual and group basis and assisting in ensuring that the
Instructional Programs of the Automotive Department are of the highest quality
and reflect current technology.
Minimum Required Education
Associate's Degree from a nationally, regionally or identified at the state
level accredited institution of higher education required. Bachelor's degree
Hold a Master ASE Certification
Minimum Required Experience
Three (3) years of recent paid work experience with a Bachelor's Degree
Five (5) years with an Associate Degree in the Automotive career field
exclusive of teaching
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge in all phases of Automotive Service and Repair to include: shop
operation, safety, OSHA Requirement, hazardous material disposal, use of
printed and computerized publications, use tools and equipment used in the
Automotive Service Industry, theory, application, service and repair of
all automotive systems.
Knowledge of the Automotive Service and Repair education process.
Must possess teaching skills, and be able to teach the program mentioned
above in a professional manner and be knowledgeable of the curriculum.
Must communicate in a professional manner. Must be able to perform the
following tasks: program development and evaluation, technical writing,
course scheduling, recruitment and advertising activities, give facility
tours, student advising on technical careers, transcript and work
experience evaluation, student registration, work with Advisory
Committees, prepare and evaluate student surveys.
Notify the Continuing Education Department and the Department Chair
immediately if it is necessary to be absent from class so that a
substitute can be obtained.
Use fair and efficient procedures for evaluations of student learning.
Maintain technical proficiency in the area that you teach, staying current
with new technology.
Be familiar with Central Texas College policies and procedures.
Have adequate class plans available at all times in case it becomes
necessary for a substitute to teach the class.
Keep and post regular office hours, as prescribed in the CTC Policy and
Procedure Manual for student conferences and other duties as assigned.
Maintain accurate and legible records (files) of student attendance,
grades and module completions so that an evaluation may be made at any
time on the progress of any student.
Certify or otherwise complete all documents in a legible manner required
for administrative record keeping as required by the Central Texas College
Registrar and to meet the record keeping criteria and time schedules
published in the Administrative Instructions for record keeping documents,
i.e. certification of class rolls, class record books, and final grades.
Attend faculty meetings and staff meetings as required.
Advise students on academic problems or refer them to the appropriate
support service area.
Make continuing efforts to improve the quality of the Technician of
Ensure sufficient supplies and equipment are available to teach the TOT
Maintain office, classrooms, tool room and lab area in a clean and safe
condition at all times and perform periodic maintenance.
Sign for and be accountable for all vehicles, tools, equipment, audio
visuals, computer and printer equipment and software assigned to the TOT
Coordinate the use of classrooms and lab space with other Department
Assist part-time instructors and lab assistants.
Assist in the student registration process as required.
Use and operate within the limits of a set budget.
Be familiar with and in compliance with Hazardous Materials and OSHA
Regulations and submit and maintain records and reports associated with
all hazardous materials used in Automotive Department. Includes proper
disposal of hazardous chemical waste and maintain MSDSs' for the Program.
Posting Detail Information
Possess a valid Texas driver's license and eligible for coverage under
CTC's commercial auto and other liability insurance policies.
Must be be willing to travel.
Communicate in the English Language (Read, Write, Speak).
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk ().
What is your highest level of education attained or conferred? (Transcripts must be uploaded showing conferred date of degree or credit will not be granted)
High School Diploma/GED only
Certificate of Completion or 30 college credits-Transcripts must be attached to application
Associates Degree-Transcripts must be attached to application
Bachelors -Transcripts must be attached to application
Masters-Transcripts must be attached to application
I do not have a GED or High School Diploma
Do you hold a Master ASE Certification?
Do you have a valid driver's license?
Have you had more than two(2) moving violations in the previous three(3) years? (tickets)
How many years of recent paid work experience do you have in the Automotive Career field exclusive of teaching?
Less than 3 years experience
3-4 years of experience
5-6 years of experience
7-8 years of experience
Over 8 years of experience
Are you a Veteran of the US Armed Forces?
Documents Needed to Apply
Transcripts- upload as one single PDF document- MUST BE INCLUDED IF YOU STATED YOU HAD DEGREE
License/certifications (upload all certificates as one single PDF document)
Letter of Recommendation