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Job Openings: Manufacturing Faculty, Worcester, MA

Quinsigamond Community College
Part-time/Adjunct for Fall 2008; Evening Openings

MNT 101 – Mechanical CAD I (Evenings)
This course of study is an introduction to CAD software.  Students will explore all the necessary commands needed to produce a two-dimensional drawing.  Topics include drawing setup, geometry creation, editing functions, layer setups, basic dimensioning, viewports, model and paper space, title block creation, along with how to display, print, and plot a completed drawing.  Upon completion of this course, the student will be proficient in the operation of a PC-based CAD system and have a functional understanding of basic Computer Aided Drafting techniques.

MNT 103 – Solid Modeling (Evenings)
This course focuses on CAD topics needed to produce parts, assemblies, and drawings using industry prevalent Solid Modeling software.  Students become familiar with screen layout, cursor feedback symbols, feature manager, constraint geometry, editing functions, and template creation.  Extensive hands-on exercises allow students to create complex 3D extrusions from a series of 2D sketches and apply fillets, rounds, chamfers, and patterns.  Additional topics include revolving sketches and extruding using shelling, ribbing, sweeping, and lofting.  Upon completion of this course, students are proficient in creating and animating drawing assemblies and associated part drawings, and producing a bill of materials, and have functional understanding of 3D parametric modeling software.

MNT 110 – Manufacturing Processes I (Evenings)
This course examines present day manufacturing processes and occupations.  Students learn various manufacturing processes including precision inspection and measurement, forging and casting, and powder metal processing.  Students gain an understanding of the properties of metal, process automation, and the basics of cost estimating.  In addition, students learn a practical approach to managing a project to provide the technical experience necessary in current manufacturing industries.

MNT 210 – Computer Numerical Control (Evenings)
This course introduces the essential concepts of computer numerical control (CNC) and its impact on manufacturing and productivity.  The course focuses on manual programming of different types of CNC systems, with a strong emphasis on the understanding of G and M codes used in current applications.  Students learn to write a variety of part programs for both milling and turning operations. 

SPECIAL INSTRUCTOR REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS COURSE: Familiar with Machine Tool Safety.  Must be able to ProgramOperate a HAAS Mini-Mill.  Is responsible for student safety.

Bachelor’s Degree in relevant subject

$845 per credit hour/$2,535 3-credit course; $3,380 4-credit course

Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter specifying the course of interest and availability to: 

Human Resources Office
Quinsigamond Community College
670 West Boylston Street
Worcester, MA  01606
Fax (508) 854-4390
E-mail to [email protected]

Quinsigamond Community College is an equal opportunity affirmative action college supporting diversity.  A member of the Colleges of the Worcester Consortium.

Quinsigamond Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, age, sex, sexual preference, genetic information, or disability status in its education programs or in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs or activities as required by Title VII, Civil Rights Act of 1964; Title IX, Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Americans with Disabilities Act, and regulations promulgated there under, 34 C.F.R. Part 100 (Title VII), Part 106 (Title IX) and Part 104 (Section 504). All inquiries concerning application of the above should be directed to the College’s Affirmative Action Officer and/or the College’s Coordinator of Title IX and Section 504.


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