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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.


Function: Teach a competency-based course designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in welding and in other related industries. 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: Two Part-time positions; Hours & Days TBD @ Center

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Job Id: 58


Function: This course provides students with an introduction to construction occupations. Students gain knowledge of electrical installation and related skills, safety, tools and instrumentation, and terminology. Instruction will also include electrical theory, mathematics, interpretation of blueprints and schematics, and the application of electrical laws.

Schedule: 2014-2015 School Year; Part-time, Days & Hours TBD

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Job Id: 59


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: SCHEDULE: 2015 SCHOOL YEAR / Part-Time, Monday – Thursday, Hours TBD

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Job Id: 63


Function: Under the immediate supervision of the Director of Student Support Services, performs public relations and marketing-type activities on high school campuses and community sites to promote Center programs.

Schedule: SCHEDULE: Full-time, Monday – Thursday, 10 hrs per day, 40 hrs per week

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Job Id: 62

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