Student Job Opportunities

Return to Main List

The following jobs are currently available for the Machine Tool/CNC curriculum...

Trades Specialist II 2B (11-20-14 TSII) - Richland, SC

Status: OPEN
Hours: Shift work
Salary: $23,024-$32,667
Counselor: Renee Woodberry
Phone: 8076
Job Description
Perform manual labor in building catch basins, pouring for curbs and raised medians, laying pipes for driveways and other drainage structures, repairing shoulders, clearing of right-of-ways, and repairing bridges. Trains to operate a 5-yard standard dump truck and flatbed truck for hauling materials such as asphalt, limestone, dirt, soil, cement, pipe, construction materials, and debris. Repairs potholes and base surface failures of roadway using hand tools such as shovel, pick, rake and asphalt. Assists in maintaining proper traffic controls while maintenance operation is in progress.
Additional Comments

CNC Set-up Operator (11-18-14 CNCO) - Hartsville, SC

Status: OPEN
Hours: Shift work
Salary: N/A
Counselor: Renee Woodberry
Phone: 8076
Job Description
WorkKeys Scores and high school diploma or GED required 2+ years manufacturing experience Able to work shift work, overtime and weekends as needed
Additional Comments

Teacher: Skilled Trades (10-30-14 TST) - Greenville, SC

Status: OPEN
Hours: 40 hours
Salary: N/A
Counselor: Renee Woodberry
Phone: 8076
Job Description
Design and teach public offerings, workshops, and customized training in Machine Tool Technology, including but not limited to, CNC Mills and Lathes, tooling, speeds and feds, applied shop math, precision measurements, CNC Programming, Mastercam. Coordinate and communicate with Training Program Manager to deliver training to customers. Assist in procuring necessary training materials, supplies, and equipment.
Additional Comments

Heavy Equipment Operator - Sanitation (11-7-14 HEO) - Florence, SC

Status: OPEN
Hours: 40 hours
Salary: $14.53/hr
Counselor: Renee Woodberry
Phone: 8076
Job Description
High school diploma or GED and valid SC CDL required. Must have experience operating heavy equipment; must be able to read and write in a comprehensive manner; be able to work outdoors in all kinds of weather; eligible candidate must successfully complete a background check and interview. CLOSING DATE: NOVEMBER 21, 2014
Additional Comments

019946 Teacher: Skilled Trades (10-30-14 TST) - Greenville, SC

Status: OPEN
Hours: 40/week; must be flexible to include day, evening, and possible weekend course delivery
Salary: Salary commensurate with experience within state guidelines
Counselor: Renee Woodberry
Phone: 8076
Job Description
In this challenging role, you will support the Skilled Trades and Technical Training department at Greenville Technical College. Duties may include any or all of the following: -Design and teach public offerings, workshops, and customized training in Machine Tool Technology, including but not limited to, CNC Mills and Lathes, tooling, speeds and feeds, applied shop math, precision measurements, CNC Programming, Mastercam, and other related topics. -Consult with industry customers to evaluate and understand training needs to drive industry performance. -Coordinate and communicate with Training Program Manager to maximize the use of work hours in delivering training to customers. -Assist in marketing of public offering and training services by advising potential students and selling programs to local industry representatives. -Assist in procuring necessary training materials, supplies, and equipment in order to effectively deliver training classes and meet customer needs. -Develop and prepare customized instructional materials as needed for the manufacturing industry, including handouts and PowerPoint presentations in order to effectively teach course material. -Seek out and engage in professional development activities in order to develop and maintain current skills. -Performs other duties, as assigned. Greenville Technical College is one of the largest institutions of higher learning in South Carolina – and we invite you to consider becoming a part of our team! GTC promotes a respectful campus culture that reflects appreciation for diversity and inclusion at all levels. Visit www.gvltec.edu/diversity to learn more. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Associate degree in Machine Tool Technology or closely related field, 3 years of full-time teaching at a technical college or career center, and at least one year working in an industrial setting performing machinist related duties. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Extensive knowledge in Machine Tool Technology, including manual machining, tooling, feeds and speeds, characteristics of machinable materials, and knowledge of teaching principles related to teaching adult learners. Knowledge of MasterCam or other CAD/CAM related software. TO APPLY: Interested applicants must visit http://gvltec.edu/employment/ to complete and submit an online application. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of completed online applications.
Additional Comments

Return to Main List

Although employers may utilize various agencies to advertise their current employment vacancies, employment opportunities posted through the Office of Student Employment Services' website are only available for graduates and students presently attending Florence-Darlington Technical College. Positions advertised are for outside agencies and do not reflect employment opportunities available at Florence-Darlington Technical College.