BHCC Job Postings

Small Engines Long-term Substitute Instructor

Posted Tue, Aug 14th, 2018

Department: Career Technical
Salary: $85.00 per day

Contact: Heather Hanson


1. Complete the FBI and BCI Background Checks

2. Must be able to verify a minimum of 5 years work experience related to Small Engines

3. Obtain a Long-term Substitute License in Agriculutral and Industrial Power from the Ohio Department of Education

The Small Engine Technology Program is a complete small engine repair facility. Students will work on various types of small engines including lawn and garden equipment, motorcycles, ATVs, golf carts, outboard motors, jet skis and all forms of powersports machinery. 

Skills learned include:

  • Principles of engine operation
  • Complete engine rebuilding
  • Two and four cycle engines
  • Ignition systems
  • Fuel systems
  • Drive systems

If you possess the necessary minimum work experience and believe you could teach our students knowledge about these skills, please email a cover letter and resume with references to the provided email address.

Career-Based Intervention Instructor

Posted Wed, May 23rd, 2018

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

Contact: Heather Hanson


Current Ohio Licensure with Career-Based Intervention Endorsement OR Current Ohio Career-Technical Licensure plus a Baccalaureate Degree, minimum of two (2) years teaching experience, one (1) year of work experience outside of education and willingness to complete a CBI endorsement program at an approved Ohio college or university

Occupational Lab is designed for 10th grade students, 15 years of age, who are having difficulty with traditional schooling. Placement of a student in this program is determined by the Guidance Department.

The goal of the program is to provide students with the knowledge and experiences needed to select and pursue a career occupation.

Students will rotate through different career-technical programs of their choice. Students will be able to experience a "hands-on" look into the programs offered at the Career Center. Through this process, it is hoped that each student will find an area of interest and will enroll in a program for their junior and senior years.

It is the intent of the program to foster a strong work ethic and provide a stepping stone for students to further pursue their chosen area of interest. Additionally, students will gain basic skills needed to attain success in the work world.

Auto Collision Repair Instructor

Posted Fri, Apr 27th, 2018

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

Contact: Heather Hanson


Current Ohio Licensure in Automotive Collision Repair (170301) or 5 Years of Work Experience in the Automotive Collision Repair Field

*ASE Certified preferred

Skills Learned:

  • Panel straightening/replacement
  • Sanding and panel preparation
  • Welding
  • Plastic repair
  • Auto detailing/refinishing

Employment Opportunities:

  • Auto refinishing
  • Body repair technician
  • Auto body related sales and service
  • Insurance adjuster
  • Body shop manager/owner