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Garrett College is seeking a part-time instructor for the Medical Coding and Billing Program offered by the Continuing Education and Workforce Development division of the college. Classes are planned to be held 2-3 evenings per week at the Southern Outreach Center in Oakland.

Required skills and certifications.

  • Expertise in ICD-10-CM and CPT coding and CPB.
  • A minimum of one of the following certifications: CCS, RHIA, RHIT, CPB or CPC.
  • Experience working in a hospital or other medical facility responsible for coding and billing.
  • Teaching experience desired but not required.
  • Ability to provide instruction to a diverse group of students.
  • Excellent communication skills.

Pay is based on experience. Please send a letter of interest, resume, and three (3) professional references to Carol.Mowbray.Brooks@garrettcollege.edu.

Garrett College is a tobacco free campus. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. EOE

Campus Security Officer McHenry Campus View   Download  

Garrett College is seeking applicants for the position of Security and Safety Officer. This is a full time position with an excellent benefit package. Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license; must have a high school diploma or GED; must have reliable transportation or means of getting to and from work; be able to attend training seminar; be neat and clean in appearance.

The Security and Safety Officer is responsible for the safety and security of the students, visitors, and campus personnel.

Please send your resume along with three professional references to: careers@garrettcollege.edu

Garrett College is a tobacco free campus. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. EOE.

C.N.C. Machining Instructor C.T.T.C. View   Download  

Garrett College has a need for two (2) part time C.N.C. Machining Instructors to teach non-credit/workforce development classes scheduled to start in September 2015.

Classes are held two evenings per week at the Career Technology Training Center in Accident, Maryland. Instruction is provided using curriculum meeting the requirements of the National Institute for Metalworking Skill, Inc. (NIMS). Haas milling and turning equipment is used for instruction.

C.N.C. Courses offered include: Job Planning, Benchwork & Layout, C.N.C Program Set Up and Operation for both milling and turning, C.N.C. Turning and Milling.

Required Skills/Experience:

  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Teaching experience preferred but not required.
  • Ability to work effectively with a wide range of ages and skill levels.
  • Work experience & personal C.N.C. machining skills to support teaching the content for courses listed above.
  • Instructors are not required to have earned NIMS credentials; however, individuals selected for the position will be asked to work towards this goal.
  • Ability to implement the NIMS curriculum to prepare students for the theory and hands-on NIMS credential testing.
  • Assist students in the use of computer based training.
  • Monitor student performance to promote completion of the training program.
  • Experience with Haas equipment is not required and training is available if needed.
  • Salary: $30 to $40 per hour based on experience.

    To Apply: Submit your resume and 3 references to Carol Mowbray Brooks, Garrett College/CEWD, 687 Mosser Road, McHenry, Maryland 21550 or e-mail Carol.Mowbraybrooks@garrettcollege.edu. For additional information, please call 301-387-3770.

    CEWD Adjunct Instructors at CTTC C.T.T.C. View   Download  

    The Continuing Education and Workforce Development division of Garrett College is seeking part-time instructors to support the expanding Workforce Development courses listed below. The classes will be conducted at the Career Technology Training Center (CTTC) located in Accident, Maryland.

    Building Maintenance: Experience maintaining and completing minor repairs in multiple areas of building maintenance including exterior and interior walls, HVAC, appliances, electric/lighting and plumbing.

    Construction Technology: Skilled in the use of methods commonly used in residential construction including safety, masonry, floor/wall/roofing/stair system, basic residential electrical wiring, basic plumbing and HVAC and dry wall installation.

    Electronics: Knowledge of the overall electronics trade and experience with current and emerging technologies.

    Welding: SMAW, GMAW, FCAW equipment set-up and welding techniques. Welding symbols, print reading and math required in the welding profession.

    Pipefitting: Experience with pipe fabrication and installation in various environments.

    Instructor Skill Requirements: Certification, education and/or experience in the area of instruction. Some teaching experience preferred but not required. Ability to work effectively with a diverse group of students.

    Salary: $20 to $30 per hour based on experience and course content.

    To apply for an instructor position: Please send a cover letter and resume listing your certifications, experience and education in the field you wish to teach to Carol.Mowbraybrooks@garrettcollege.edu. Should you have questions, need additional information or assistance with the application process, please contact Carol Mowbray Brooks at 301-387-3770.

    Garrett College is a tobacco-free campus. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. EOE

    English as a Second Language Instructional Aid S.O.C. View   Download  

    Part-time ESL (English as a Second Language) instructional aides are needed to support new ESL classes scheduled to start in September 2015. The ESL/Adult Education Program is grant funded by the State of Maryland Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation and the Federal Department of Labor through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.

    Classes are planned to be conducted in Friendsville two (2) evenings per week or on Saturday morning and possibly in Oakland two (2) evenings per week.

    Position Duties:

    • Translate and assist the ESL instructors to establish a positive learning environment for students new to the English language or students attending class to improve their reading, writing and math skills.
    • Assist in explaining the directions and the purpose of basic skills testing including placement and progress testing.
    • Assist the ELS Instructor in activities to assess progress towards achieving individual student educational goals & program goals.
    • Assist in the delivery of individual and group lesson plans for all ESL Education Function Levels.

    Minimum Education Requirements:

    AA degree or equivalent experience.

    Fluent in Spanish

    Essential Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

    • Bi-lingual. English and Spanish.
    • Ability to assist in providing individualized instruction to meet the unique needs of each student.
    • Basic computer skills and the ability to assist students in using technology to learn.

    Salary: $12 to $15 per hour based on experience.

    To Apply: Submit your resume and 3 references to Carol Mowbray Brooks, Garrett College/CEWD, 687 Mosser Road, McHenry, Maryland 21550 or e-mail Carol.Mowbraybrooks@garrettcollege.edu. For additional information, please call 301-387-3770.

    English as a Second Language Instructor S.O.C. View   Download  

    Part-time instructors are needed to teach English as a Second Language (ESL)/Adult Education classes scheduled to start in September 2015. The ESL/Adult Education Program is grant funded by the State of Maryland Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation and the Federal Department of Labor through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.

    Classes are planned to be conducted in Friendsville two (2) evenings per week or on Saturday morning and in the evening in the Oakland area.

    Position Duties:

    • Planning and conducting classroom instructional activities for all ESL Education Functional Levels.
    • Coordinate basic skills testing including placement and progress testing.
    • Maintaining grant required student records
    • Assessing progress towards achieving individual student educational goals & program goals.
    • Developing and implementing individual and group lesson plans.
    • Work in cooperation with a bi-lingual aid to meet the needs of students.

    Minimum Education Requirements:

    Bachelors’ Degree

    Fluent in conversational Spanish preferred but not required.

    Essential Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

    • Teaching experience preferred but not required if the candidate has other experiences providing instruction.
    • Possess knowledge of the principles and practices of ESL adult education instruction.
    • Ability to provide individualized instruction to meet the unique needs of each student.
    • Knowledge of and experience helping students with little to no conversational English skills.
    • Familiar with various instructional methods including experiential and contextualized learning.
    • Ability to use technology to meet students’ needs and accelerate learning.
    • Ability to establish and maintain an effective learning environment for a diverse group of students.
    • Monitor student performance to promote completion of the training program.

    Salary: $25 per hour

    To Apply: Submit your resume and 3 references to Carol Mowbray Brooks, Garrett College/CEWD, 687 Mosser Road, McHenry, Maryland 21550 or e-mail Carol.Mowbraybrooks@garrettcollege.edu. For additional information, please call 301-387-3770.

    Part-time Instructor - Mountaintop Truck Driving Institute N.O.C. View   Download  

    Garrett College, Mtn Top Truck Driving Institute invites applications for a part-time instructor.

    Qualifications: minimum of 4 yrs experience as a commercial truck driver, excellent driving record, and possess a current CDL license. A letter of interest, resume, and contact information of 3 professional references can be emailed to terry.beachy@garrettcolege.edu. For assistance with the application process, please telephone 301-895-4700.

    EOE