NFPA Tech School Partner Searching for Fluid Power Instructor

NFPA works with a growing number of schools, educators, and students across the country to help grow fluid power education and workforce development. One of our tech school partners, Alexandria Technical College in Alexandria, Minnesota, is working with a search committee to find a fluid power instructor to replace one who is retiring this spring. The new instructor will start this upcoming fall semester. The full-time position will be in the Manufacturing Division of the college and will involve instructing courses in mechatronics education. The program has a strong focus on fluid power and automation education and technical skills.

NFPA members and educator partners alike are encouraged to share the position announcement with any appropriate contacts they may have. The full description, application instructions, and contact information for any inquiries are available in this PDF document.

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