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The Southern California Regional Occupational Center is committed to the recruitment and retention of top-notch employees with the determination and drive to create a positive and effective 21st century learning environment for our students. SoCal ROC is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable federal and state laws requiring nondiscrimination in employment in addition to district policies.

Position: SUBSTITUTE INSTRUCTOR

Function: Assume responsibility for class operation during instructor's absence and follow directions left by regular
instructor.

PROGRAM CLUSTERS:
School of Art and Design
School of Engineering and Design
School of Finance and Business
School of Health Sciences
School of Public and Consumer Services

Schedule: MONDAY - THURSDAY
DAY & EVENING
On-call, as needed

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Job Id: 12

Position: PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER

Function: Teach a course that integrates a comprehensive approach to personal training success which includes applied business skills, correct assessment techniques, and the ability to create and implement a balanced program for clients. Instruction includes how to utilize heart rate monitoring technology to determine “optimum training zones” during both resistance training and cardiovascular training sessions with clients. Also, instruct students on importance of educating clients about nutrition. Instruction covers the principles and sciences that lead to improved health, decreased dependence on medications, and strategies for improved sports performance.

Schedule: 2014-2015 School Year; Part-time/Satellite
MON 1-2 PM, WED & FRI 1-3 PM, 5 HRS PER WEEK

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Job Id: 52

Position: VETERINARY ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR

Function: Teach a program that provides entry-level training in the unlicensed veterinary assistant/technician field. The program includes, but is not limited to, animal handling and restraint, health and safety procedures, sanitation, surgical preparation, anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, infectious diseases, instrument and equipment identification, vaccine preparation and injection techniques, laws and ethics, and veterinary office procedures. Instruction to provide students with on-the-job training and opportunities for entry-level positions in animal veterinary hospitals, boarding kennels, and animal control agencies.

Schedule: 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR / Part-time, Days & Hours TBD

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Job Id: 53

Position: HVAC INSTRUCTOR

Function: Students will develop an understanding of mechanical and electrical systems, and will become familiar with the tools and equipment associated with HVAC. Course covers theory of refrigeration evacuation and charging methods; tools, materials, and equipment; components; electric circuits and controls; installation of HVAC systems; electrical motors; schematic wiring diagrams and HVAC blueprints; heating, ventilation, and heat pumps; and diagnosis of HVAC problems using meters.

Schedule: 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR / 2 DAYS WEEK TBD / 6 HOURS WEEK

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Job Id: 51

Position: MEDICAL ASSISTING INSTRUCTOR

Function: Prepare students for employment in a doctor’s office or medical clinic. Teach students front office skills including:
bookkeeping, reception area, telephone, insurance records, and patient relations, as well as back office skills
including: electrocardiographs, laboratory skills, injections, venipuncture, medical terminology, and medical office
techniques. May include on-the-job training in local doctor’s offices or clinics.

Schedule: 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR

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Job Id: 48

Position: FASHION DESIGN / FASHION PRODUCTION INSTRUCTOR / ADVANCED FASHION DESIGN PRODUCTION

Function: Assignment includes introductory and advanced courses in fashion design. Students will develop and explore fashion design skills and techniques, study textiles, create projects, and develop a portfolio. All aspects of the fashion design industry will be explored, providing students with information needed to prepare them for career opportunities in the fashion industry. Also, instructor will produce end-of-the-year fashion show to showcase student work.

Schedule: 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR, PART-TIME, HRS & DAYS TBD

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Job Id: 49

Position: AUTOMOTIVE MODULES I-IV INSTRUCTOR

Function: Automotive Module I – Teach engine repair and electrical/electronic systems and provide hands-on training in diagnosis, maintenance, and repair procedures.

*Automotive Module II - Teach repair of electrical and electronic systems, as well as in the diagnosis, maintenance, and repair procedures of brakes, steering, and suspension. Instruction will include hands-on-training.

*Automotive Module III – Teach students in the following areas of automatic transmissions, automatic transaxles, manual transmissions, clutches, four wheel/all wheel drive systems, and drive train and drive axles. Instruction will include hands-on-training.

*Automotive Module IV – Teach students and provide hands-on training to students for repairing electrical/electronic systems, and for repairing heating and air conditioning, in order to prepare students for entry-level employment in the automotive repair industry.

All courses are designed to prepare students for employment in the automotive repair industry.
*Program is NATEF/ASE Certified.

Schedule: 2014 – 2015 SCHOOL YEAR / MON-THU / HRS TBD; 1 – 2 VACANCIES TBD

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Job Id: 50

Position: WELDING INSTRUCTOR

Function: Teach a competency-based course designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in welding and in other related industries, and also to prepare students to meet industry certification requirements. Emphasis is placed on application of following occupation-specific skills for welding and related processes of Welding and Shop Safety, Oxyacetylene Cutting, Plasma Arc Cutting, Air Carbon Arc Cutting, Arc Welding,
TIG Welding, MIG Welding, Weld Testing, General Shop Equipment, Trade Math and Layout and Fit Up.

Schedule: 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR
Part-time; Hours & Days TBD @ Center; Not to exceed 12 hours

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Job Id: 39

Position: VETERINARY SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR

Function: Teach a program that provides students the opportunity to learn advanced animal principles, know and respect diversity in the animal kingdom, and become animal advocates for animal welfare on all levels encompassing family pets, domestic livestock and wildlife resources. This course will incorporate research methods to perform in depth studies of the anatomy and physiology of a variety of animal species, science labs, and advanced communication and critical thinking skills. Program to prepare students for advanced post-secondary level
education in animal science, biology, and /or zoology.

Schedule: 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR / Part-time, Days & Hours TBD

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Job Id: 54

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