Construction Instructor

  • Baltimore City Community College
  • Baltimore, MD, USA
  • Sep 14, 2021
Full time Vocational & Technical

Job Description

Program Overview

The BCCC Construction program for Industrial Maintenance Mechanics (IMM) includes virtual and in person instruction using National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum. Instruction is aligned to national standards for maintenance mechanics on the operation of machinery and mechanical equipment in industrial and commercial settings.

This program covers the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for maintenance mechanics, including completing preventive maintenance requirements on engines, motors, pumps and related building machines based on engineering specifications for equipment. Students learn blueprint reading and troubleshooting with a focus on monitoring and repair of building systems such as boilers, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. Students complete the NCCER Core and Industrial Maintenance Mechanic curriculum and assessments.  This includes OSHA-10 safety certification and preparation for the Stationary Engineers Licensing Exam - Grade 5 (optional) as part of the program.

Preferred and Required Qualifications


  • Bachelor's Degree. Experience beyond the work experience requirement may be substituted for the degree on a 2 years of experience for 1 year of education basis.
  • Construction Experience (Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical or Maintenance/Engineering)
  • Experience in teaching and/or workforce training and/or apprenticeship programs
  • Knowledge of Construction Apprenticeship programs and Core Curricula from NCCER

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