The Council of Industry

  • Adult Plumbing Instructor

    Job Locations US-NY-Newburgh
    Posted Date 12 months ago(5/31/2018 9:53 AM)
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    Orange-Ulster BOCES
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    Searching for a journey level plumber to teach Adult Education plumbing courses for OU BOCES.  OU BOCES utilizes the NCCER curriculum and instructors must have at least 3-5 years of experience in the craft.


    Do you want to put your military experience to work in a civilian career? The Council of Industry has matched the skills from various MOS job descriptions with our own job postings. Being that we work with manufacturing companies throughout the Hudson Valley, our positions align nicely with various military jobs. This particular job aligns with MOS code(s): 21K. 


    Responsibilities include teaching plumbing skills, providing quizzes and tests, working with students on foundations of plumbing and theory.

    • Plumbing Safety, Plumbing Tools, Math and Drawings, Plastic Pipe and Fittings, Copper Pipe and Fittings, Cast-Iron Pipe and Fittings, Carbon Steel
    • Pipe and Fittings, Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing, Fixtures and Faucets, Introduction to Drain, Waste and Vent Systems, and Water Distribution Systems.


    Must have journey level experience or equivalent.

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    Orange-Ulster BOCES Career and Technical Education programs give students the opportunity to graduate from high school with technical experience, professional skills, national industry certifications, and college credit in a wide variety of high-demand occupations. 


    Through a hands-on academic component in each classroom, CTE students are able to integrate academics into their CTE curriculum to meet their high school graduation requirements. Many of the career academies are nationally accredited and feature leading-edge technology, as well as instructors with the latest trade experience.


    The CTE curriculum is aligned with New York State Learning Standards, National Industry Standards, and Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Standards.  

    Students participate in work-based internships in the community; clubs such as SkillsUSA; local, state and national competitions (SkillsUSA, GYNADA, Cyber Patriots, HOSA) and career-oriented community service projects.   


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