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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: SILKSCREEN PRODUCTION ART/PRINTING INSTRUCTOR @ Satellite

Function: This course is designed to provide students with the basic skills in silk screening, preparing camera ready art work for preproduction, layout, paste-up, special lettering, and art display.

Schedule: 2015 – 2016 SCHOOL YEAR – FULL-TIME / MON-FRI /HRS TBD

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Job Id: 76

Position: PHLEBOTOMY INSTRUCTOR

Function: Instructor shall prepare students to receive entry-level training as a Phlebotomist in a lab, hospital or physician’s office. Prepare student to be able to demonstrate the following skills and/or knowledge necessary for Phlebotomy competencies with emphasis on explaining the general practice of phlebotomy, communications skills, knowledge of ethical behavior and legal implications, basic understanding of physiologic aspects, safety and infection control considerations, preparation of supplies and equipment, venipuncture and skin puncture procedures, knowledge of potential complications and their prevention, specialized specimen collection procedures, age specific considerations, and problem-solving skills.

Schedule: 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR / Part-Time, Monday – Thursday, Hours TBD; 10 week sessions

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Job Id: 68

Position: RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICAL WIRING INSTRUCTOR

Function: Provide instruction to give students a strong foundation in the fundamentals of residential electrical wiring. Main topics include electrical installation and related skills, safe workplace practices, tools and instrumentation, and terminology. Additional topics covered include electrical theory and laws, industry-related mathematics, and the interpretation of blueprints and schematics. All skills and concepts are applied and practiced in a hands-on, laboratory setting.

Schedule: 2015-2016 School Year; 2 Evenings TBD, 6:45 – 9:45 PM

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Job Id: 72

Position: AEROSPACE ENGINEERING INSTRUCTOR

Function: Instruction will focus on the Aerospace Engineering world of aeronautics, flight, and engineering. Instruction will introduce students to the Project Lead the Way activity based, project-based, and problem-based learning through exploring the world of aerospace engineering. Students will learn to employ engineering and scientific concepts in the solution of aerospace problems. This course aligns its curriculum with the standards of the National Council of the Teachers of Mathematics, the National Academy of Science and the International Technology Education Association.

Schedule: PART-TIME / 2015 – 2016 SCHOOL YEAR/ 2 DAYS / 3:45-6:45 PM

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Job Id: 75

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