Home » IECC is Hiring a Full Time Instructor


This position will be involved in a fast-paced, educational setting, instructing Apprentices in the electrical industry.  Instructor should have experience, expertise, and the ability to effectively instruct in Commercial, Residential, and Low Voltage (VDV) systems.  Instructors will provide support to students and fellow staff members, work in a lab setting providing hands-on instruction with safety in mind, keep accurate records of student achievement, and an ability to maintain discipline in a classroom setting. Classes are taught in the daytime, evening, and Saturdays.


  • Prepare instructional material from the curriculum that is to be covered in class and review weekly lessons, quizzes, tests and labs and come prepared to teach on time. Strives to motivate students and facilitate learning by creating a positive environment. Must administer Mid term and final exams provided by the Lead Instructor.
  • Designs and ensures that the required minimum laboratory exercises are conducted each semester.
  • Uses instructional media such as audio-visual (video, PowerPoint, YouTube, Zoom, etc.) and hands on equipment.
  • Administers quizzes, tests, gives homework and reading assignments to meet at least the minimum requirements set forth by Instructor and Student Policy. Conducts each training session in accordance with the Department of Labor Standards including class time duration, breaks, curriculum, attendance and other requirements.
  • Assure that grades and attendance are recorded in accordance with policy.
  • Counsel and advise apprentices regarding use of absences, poor classroom performance and other issues pertinent to their success in the apprenticeship program.
  • Oversee the security and safety of apprentices in the classroom and laboratory.
  • Attends Instructor meetings as identified.
  • Communicates with the associated Community College all documentation as required.
  • Adheres to and enforces all policies and rules set forth by the Apprenticeship and Instructor/ Policies and Procedures.
  • Acts as liaison between IEC and students regarding the merit shop philosophy.  
  • Notifies the training office, giving as much advance notice as possible when they must be absent to allow time for a substitute instructor.
  • Secures building using security equipment, keys and other security devices when assigned.
  • Stress importance of safety and instruct on all facets of required safety regulations and best practices.
  • Identify and submit in writing any discrepancies found in the curriculum to the IECC Lead Instructor
  • Assist in interviewing of apprentice applicants.
  • Participate in Workforce Development outreach efforts.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Completion of a state or federally approved apprenticeship program;
  • Journey license with documented training in Electrical Theory or a Masters Electrical License;
  • Experience in the Electrical Construction trade as an Electrical Foreman, Inspector, supervisor or other active position;
  • Working knowledge of the NEC, with a thorough understanding of Electrical Theory and Code compliance specific to Construction Electricity, an understanding of AC/DC electronics/electricity, basic mathematics, solid state and digital electronics;
  • A thorough knowledge of the methods, materials, tools and equipment used in installing and repairing electrical systems, controls, and electrical machinery and equipment in buildings, programmable logic controllers, and construction site wiring;
  • First AID/CPR Certified or willingness to become certified with class during class time;
  • Excellent Communications skills; Ability to speak Spanish is desirable.
  • Knowledge of effective teaching techniques and motivational methods;
  • The ability to work independently in the classroom, as well as, in a team setting and provide accurate reports, feedback, and records of student performance;
  • Must be a self-starter, creative in problem solving, exercise good judgments and ethics, and have superior customer service skills.
  • Must maintain a Journey or Masters Electrical License.


Resumes and cover letters with salary requirement would need to be sent to [email protected].