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Aviation Maintenance Technician Instructor


  • Posted 4 weeks ago
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota

Minneapolis College currently has openings for two permanent, full-time instructors in the Aircraft Maintenance Technician ACTM Department within the School of Trade Technologies.

The individuals in these positions will serve as the program’s backup liaisons with both the Federal Aviation Administration and Delta Air Lines.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provide quality teaching in assigned field of study to a very diverse student population in both lecture and laboratory settings;
  • Develop and revise instructional materials for both lecture and laboratory courses;
  • Assess student outcomes at the course, department, and college levels;
  • Establish, cultivate, and maintain collegial and cooperative work relationships with instructors in the ACMT Department, the Department’s administrators, academic advisors, and support staff, and all College personnel;
  • Participate actively in the college community through ACMT Department and School of Trade Technologies meetings, coordination activities, and College-wide committee work;
  • Utilize campus technology to stay current in the aviation maintenance technician profession and connect to faculty, staff, and students; and
  • Participate in ongoing professional development activities and professional association memberships

Preference will be given to candidates available to teach and train during Summer Session 2020 (May – July 2020) on temporary assignment

Our Aircraft Technician Program:

Minneapolis College educates students for
careers as aviation maintenance technicians by
teaching the Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA) Airframe and Powerplant curriculum (14
CFR Part 147.) The ATP program currently
consists of three cohorts of 25 students each.
We will expand the program to four cohorts of
25 students each by adding a second entering
cohort in 2020, with both entering cohorts
starting on May 26, 2020, the first day of the
college’s 2020 summer semester.

Our objective is to prepare students to pass the
Airframe and Powerplant license examination
and obtain post-graduation employment as
“A&P Licensed” aviation maintenance

We teach our ATP program students in class
room and lab space located in the Delta Air
Lines Building C at the Minneapolis-Saint Paul
International Airport.

Our ATP program is one of 49 Delta Air Lines’
“preferred” aviation maintenance technician
schools. ATP students and faculty benefit from
a School Partnership Agreement between
Minneapolis College and Delta Air Lines that
provides the program with access to the
support of one of the nation’s largest air