|Program:||Employment Training for Adults Division|
|Months per Year:|
|Salary:||$25.50 per hour|
|Position Start Date:|
|Job Posting Start Date:||August 21, 2019|
We’re always on the look out for talented instructors.
If you have years of experience in any one of the areas we offer classes in, and would like to share that knowledge with our students, we’d like to hear from you.
You don't need teaching credentials, but you do need to have solid experience and an ability to communicate clearly.
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Course Description: Welding I
This 30-hour course will provide students with entry-level skills in Welding. This course includes basic welding theory, safety in welding, introduction to oxygen, basic weld symbols for blueprint reading. You will learn oxyacetylene welding using the cutting torch and brazing, electric arc and other welding techniques, and SMAW (Stick) welding with a variety of electrodes in the flat and horizontal fillet positions.
About Employment Training for Adults:
At ETA we make it our business to prepare men and women to successfully plug into a new career path, or advance more rapidly on a career that’s already underway.
We help our students to:
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Personnel Development Office
RE: Job Application
1153 Burgoyne Avenue, Suite 2
Fort Edward, NY 12828-1134
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