ABYC Job Opening – Adjunct Technical Instructors


May 4, 2021

With the high demand for ABYC Certification training, we are looking for additional qualified instructors to teach our courses. ABYC adjunct instructors deliver course content in classroom environments as well as remotely through online presentations. For online interactive classes the schedules vary, but usually 1.5 hours in the morning or afternoon, 3 days a week for 3 weeks.
We are hiring instructors who are skilled in our certifications, which are: ABYC Standards, Marine Systems, Marine Corrosion, Marine Electrical, Diesel Engines, Gasoline Engines, and Advanced Marine Electrical.

Responsibilities Include:
• Thoroughly understanding of all topics included in the course material
• Familiarity with the mission and vision of the ABYC
• Ability to lead students through the course presentations and answer all applicable questions
• Staying updated on changing applicable standards and how they affect a technician
• Personal access to suitable and reliable WIFI, computer equipment, and webcam for online teaching
• Acting as a resource for students throughout the course, and beyond for those testing online
• Following all exam proctoring guidelines
• For in-person classes: traveling to the location and instructing 3-4 days, then administering the exam
Desired Skills and Experience:
• Hold current ABYC Certifications (Master Technician is a plus)
• 5-10 years working in the marine service field
• Comfortable and confident presenting to a diverse class of students both in-person and online
• Proficient with Microsoft Office especially PowerPoint
• Experience utilizing online conference software (GoToWebinar or Zoom)
• Strong written and verbal communications skills
• Flexible schedule and desire to make boating safer

Click here to apply.

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