PT Floorcovering Instructor
Description

  

The New York City District Council of Carpenters Training Center is seeking a part-time Floorcovering Instructor with a minimum of 10 years work experience within the Floorcovering Industry. Must have knowledge of means and materials used within the New York City & Floorcovering Trade.


Job Responsibilities: 

· Have a solid understanding of hard surface and soft surface materials. Organize and present programs of practical and technical instruction on Floorcovering principals, means and methods; including demonstrations of skills required in the trade, lectures on theory, techniques, and terminology.

· Plan and supervise training of apprentices, individually or in groups.

· Maintain inventory and equipment records within assigned classroom and workspace.

· Assure that all students abide by the guidelines, policies, rules and regulations set by the NYC Carpenters Training Center.

· Test and evaluate achievement of students in technical knowledge and trade skills.

· Maintain attendance records and task sheets.

· Add new projects in coordination with Administration, including any products or technologies new to the industry. Recommend or suggest changes for the improvement of the training program.

· Train in all subject matters needed by the Carpenters Training Center to instruct apprentices and journey level members, including Health and Safety courses.


Requirements

· Knowledge of training theory and its practical application.

· Skilled in prioritizing & assigning work, preparing reports, and adapting instruction to meet individual needs.

· Strong public speaking ability.

· Must be willing to attend UBC training classes in Las Vegas.

· Prior instructor experience preferred.

· Basic Computer Skills.

· Must be open to a flexible schedule.


Pay Rate: $61/hr.


This position is not a remote position. This position is required to be in the office 5 days a week.


Candidates will be required to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 upon commencing employment. Reasonable accommodations will be considered on a case-by-case basis or exemptions to this requirement in accordance with applicable laws.