Share Your Knowledge
Due to increased training demands The Career Center - Adult Technical Training, is seeking part-time instructors in the Industrial Trades Programs.
For over 45 years The Career Center has trained the workforce of the Mid-Ohio Valley. This is done through the development and implementation of training that meets the needs of local industry.
The Career Center, Adult Technical Training attributes its industrial training excellence to a long history of hiring experienced practitioners from local industry.
If you are currently working or retired from one of the program areas below, please consider sharing your experience.
Instrumentation & Electricity
Instructor Employment Details:
No degree or previous teaching experience is required.
Training curriculum is provided.
Work with adult students.
Part time hours.
Flexibility -- We offer daytime (two days a week) or evening classes.
Work in a hands-on training environment, this includes training labs and the classroom.
Must have a minimum of three years of experience in the career field.
Wages range from $26 - $32 per hour, based on qualifications and experience.
Our training is driven by the needs of local industry.
For More Information:
John Moore at 740.373.2766 ext. 2030 or
A resume may be submitted to email@example.com
"Working at The Career Center is a great way for me to pass on the knowledge I have gained from my 50 years in the career field. it is rewarding to help my students further themselves and have successful careers."
Alan Hall, Retired Maintenance & Construction Manager, Memorial Health System
Building Technology Instructor at The Career Center
"I wanted to help young people succeed in the mechanical career field. It is certainly rewarding to put all that I learned to a good use."
Chuck Gorrell, Retired Operator / Mechanic Supervisor, Momentive
Maintenance Mechanic Instructor at The Career Center
"I worked in the HVAC industry and ran my own business for years. As a business owner it was becoming increasingly difficult to find skilled workers. Due to that fact I decided to teach young people about the HVAC career field. Many years have passed and I continue to remain dedicated to the HVAC profession and enjoy passing on my knowledge. It is a great career field to get into."
Sam Brookover, Retired Wood County Schools
HVAC Instructor at The Career Center