GAI-ACA Dual Enrollment Adjunct Professor, Pasco County, FL – (190736)
Gaetz Aerospace Institute – Aerospace Career Academy is seeking to fill Adjunct Professor positions for Embry-Riddle dual enrollment Aerospace Career Academy programs in Pasco County, FL in the following disciplines:
Private Pilot Ground School
Aviation Maintenance Science courses.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Aviation Business & Transportation Principles
Aviation Safety and Human Factors
Provide classroom instruction in support of ERAU’s aerospace academy program per ERAU academic procedures. Prepare course materials, deliver instruction, conduct field trips, maintain academic records, ensure course learning objectives are met, and assist in recruiting, grant writing, and fundraising efforts.
This position is in support of the ERAU Aerospace Career Academy program which provides a collegiate model of aviation and aerospace education to select public high schools. Responsible for ensuring accomplishment of appropriate ERAU and public school district administrative requirements for all courses. Liaise with appropriate ERAU course monitors to ensure compliance with learning objectives published in current master course outlines and federal aviation regulations. Ensure all students are registered for their courses with ERAU Records and Registration. Ensure all student grades for all courses are reported to ERAU and appropriate high school. Help interested students learn more about ERAU and assist them with completing ERAU application packages. Coordinate with local aviation and aerospace organizations and businesses for field trips, free flights, internships, scholarships, and grants. Assist with recruitment of high school student candidates by conducting public relations events, parent meetings, and supporting high school recruiting and registration events. Establish and support elementary and middle school aerospace feeder programs.
Candidate should be based in or near Pasco County, Florida, and have reliable transportation. Master’s Degree required.
Preferred candidate will have a Master’s degree in Aeronautical Science, Aviation Business, Aerospace Engineering, or Computer Programming. Secondary school teaching experience, FAA pilot, ground instructor, or maintenance certification, and successful background in grant writing and fundraising preferred.