Southwestern Illinois College is accepting applications for part-time instructors to teach evening and day courses on electrical and electronics technology subjects.


Courses cover areas such as basic DC/AC circuit principles, electrical wiring practices, conduit bending, National Electric Code, electrical system design, electronic devices and circuits, electrical print reading, electrical power generation and distribution, solar and wind power, motors and generators, motor controls, programmable logic controllers, variable speed drives, robotics, and electrical cranes.


The successful applicant must have completed a minimum of an Associate of Applied Science degree in an appropriate specialty or have completed a three to four year formal apprenticeship program in the occupational specialty to be taught. A minimum of 2000 hours of employment experience in the occupational specialty to be taught must be documented. Additionally, the applicant should have practical experience in installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting industrial electrical/electronic equipment.


The minimum starting salary is $37.65 per instructional contact hour for base Associate's degree.

Work Location

Sam Wolf Granite City Campus.

Application Deadline

These positions will remain open until filled. Please note: The College will be closed November 28th and 29th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Application Procedure

Respond with SWIC application, cover letter, resume, college transcripts, and list of three references. Inquiries may be made to Tom Zach (618) 797-7456, or e-mail thomas.zach@swic.edu. The SWIC application is available on our website, at the Sam Wolf Granite City Campus Main Office, and at the Belleville Campus Human Resources Office (Information Sciences Building, Room 2080). Send application materials to:

Human Resources Office
Southwestern Illinois College
2500 Carlyle Avenue
Belleville, IL 62221

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