PROGRAM COORDINATOR - ELECTRONICS & ROBOTICS DEPARTMENT

This position will primarily support the Automation & Controls Technology with Robotics (ACT) Program, the Mechatronics Apprenticeship Program Partners (MAPP), and some aspects of the Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) program. The coordinator will monitor and support student achievement and success, ensure compliance with all applicable regulations and industry standards, develop academic schedules for each semester, coordinate faculty teaching assignments, assist the Chair with coordinating the duties of lab technicians, teach courses to meet program demand, and complete other duties assigned at the discretion of the Chair which support departmental and/or divisional initiatives.





  • Create and maintain electronics & robotics programs course schedule for all full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, and laboratory technicians


  • Manage all lab operations to include; supply management, lab resource and material management, assessment of lab data, maintenance of all resources and equipment used in the electronics/robotics labs


  • Facilitate lab tours for new personnel and/or students, as well as plan and host lab workshops and cultural events


  • Attend and coordinate student recruitment activities


  • Support federal grant programs and initiatives


  • Support capital program planning and execution


  • Teach courses offered by the department at the various locations served by the institution


  • Ability to teach departmental courses in the summer semester required


  • Associate degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering Technology, Automation & Controls Technology, or a closely related area is required


  • Bachelor degree in engineering or engineering technology preferred


  • Minimum of 2 years work related experience in electronics engineering technology, automation and controls technology, robotics, and/or electrical engineering required


  • Excellent oral/written/communication skills, ability to present information in a formal setting


  • Work effectively, independently, and collaboratively with other faculty and staff


  • Ability to prioritize and efficiently manage multiple tasks, while maintaining attention to detail required


  • Ability to use the Microsoft Office suite


  • Ability to manage and maintain department operating and capital budgets


  • Fanuc certification, or the ability to obtain Fanuc certification is preferred


  • Experience with PLCs required


  • Ability to work a flexible schedule as needed by the department required


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Program Coordinator - Electronics & Robotics Department Located At Oh, Dayton - Job Post By: Sinclair Community College






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