BHCC Job Postings

Agricultural Mechanics (Diesel) Instructor

Posted Tue, Apr 20th, 2021

Department: Belmont Career Center
Salary: Per Negotiated Instructor Salary Schedule

Contact: Heather Hanson, Director
email: heather.hanson@bhccenters.com

Qualifications:

1. Valid Agricultural Industrial Equipment License OR ability to earn--5 years of full-time current experience in the Ag & Industrial Equipment/Diesel Field

2. High School Diploma

3. Willingness to take college coursework

4. Letter of interest, resume with references and teacher licensure due by May 4, 2021 when the job posting ends


This program is the most comprehensive mechanics program available to students wanting an extensive range of knowledge within the mechanical field. Students learn engine rebuilding (gas and diesel), electrical systems (including computer), engine troubleshooting, hydraulic systems, welding, and fabricating.

Mechanics check parts for damage using gauges and meters. They also clean parts by spraying or soaking them in solvent. They grease and oil parts as needed. Mechanics repair or replace worn parts. They use hand tools to remove the parts and machine repair some parts. If necessary, mechanics use welding equipment to repair broken frames or parts. When repairs are complete, they reassemble and test the equipment for performance and safety.

Heavy equipment mechanics who work in large repair shops perform more complex repairs. They may rebuild engines, fix electrical problems or repair hydraulic pumps. Mechanics in large shops often specialize in one or two types of work. A shop may have specialists in major engine repair, transmission work, electrical systems and brake systems.

Skills Learned:
- Electronic diagnostics
- Engine repair
- Hydraulic systems
- Drive trains
- Fuel systems
- Agriculture and industrial equipment repair

Employment Opportunities:
- Service manager
- Service technician
- Parts sales person
- Farm hand

Interactive Media Instructor

Posted Tue, Apr 20th, 2021

Department: Harrison Career Center
Salary: Per Negotiated Instructor Salary Schedule

Contact: Heather Hanson, Director
email: heather.hanson@bhccenters.com

Qualifications:

1. Valid Business & Information Services License OR Media Arts License OR ability to earn--5 years full-time current experience in the Information Technology Field

2. High school diploma

3. Willingness to take college coursework

4. Experience with Adobe Creative Cloud preferred

5. Letter of interest, resume with references and teacher licensure due by May 4, 2021 when the job posting ends


Students will learn to design, develop and produce interactive media projects, websites and social media contexts. Students will demonstrate methods of creating professional quality media using commercial and open source software.

Students will learn techniques for transforming photographic images, through the use of digital cameras, computers and mobile devices. To accomplish this, they will learn software photo editing techniques including layering, color correction, masking and special effects.

Students will learn aspects of gaming design. They will use 3-D graphic software which allows them to model 3-D characters and objects, as well as, apply physics and gaming logic to control both the character and the environment that they have created. Students use virtual TTL logic gates to make things occur as needed within the game. They can also use texture mapping to create a completely lifelike computer generated object.

Students will use animation and storyboarding techniques to plan the production of an animation project. Students will design from script and storyboard actions in the pre-production planning process. Students will use commercial and open source digital animation software to create finished animations, cartoons and other short movies. They will accomplish this using animated text, character movements, voice, background sound, sound effects, camera movements and multiple scenes.

The Visual Graphics & Web Design program is available to 10th, 11th and 12th grade students.

Skills Learned:
- Desktop publishing
- 2-D and 3-D animation
- Photography
- Digital editing
- Web page design/development

Employment Opportunities:
- Website project manager
- Graphic designer
- Multimedia technician
- Advertising artist
- Digital imagery technician
- Photographer

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