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Hot Jobs: Oct. 8, 2013

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This week's Hot Jobs report is courtesy of Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend.

Location Alice, Texas
Job Number 3178104
Title  Automotive Technician
Salary $20.00 - $30.00 Hour, Depending on Experience +Benefits
Qualifications Two (2) years prior experience as an Automotive Master Mechanic required.  Must possess a High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED).  Candidate must possess Import and Domestic experience, own tools, a working knowledge in Diagnostics, and diesel/gasoline experience.  Must be willing to train for State of Texas Inspections if requested.  Valid Class C - Standard driver's license required.   
   
Location Beeville, Texas
Job Number 2721787
Title  Lead Teacher
Salary $5,101.00 Month +Benefits
Qualifications Three (3) years prior experience as an Educator required.  Windham School District experience preferred but not mandatory.  Bachelor's Degree or Higher from an accredited college/university recognized by Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) required.  Candidate must possess a State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) Mid-Management or Administrator for Principal Certificate, or be eligible for the probationary principal certificate AND a Texas Teacher Certification in Elementary or Secondary Education in a core academic area.  Must be able to perform teaching duties and responsibilities, represent the campus as needed at departmental/campus/district meetings, and assist with on-going teacher support and training efforts, as well as assist with campus student discipline as necessary.   
   
Location Corpus Christi , Texas
Job Number 3199604
Title  E/I Design Supervisor
Salary $45.00 - $55.00 Hour, Depending on Experience
Qualifications Ten (10) years prior experience as an Engineering Manager and at least an Associate's Degree required.  Must be able to perform all job related duties in the Electrical / I&C design field, specifically in the refinery and chemical industries.  Electrical experience in grounding, cable tray, lighting, electric heat tracing, wiring, schematics, single lines, etc. required.  Must be able to do field work and be open to travel as necessary.  AutoCAD, ingenuity in problem solving, initiative, drive and strong communication skills as well as a willingness to work in a refinery setting required.   
   
Location Bishop, Texas
Job Number 4906715
Title  Instrument Fitter
Salary $31.10 Hour, Depending on Experience
Qualifications Three (3) years prior experience as a Commercial and Industrial Equipment Electrical and Electronics Repairer required.  Must be able to assemble and install precise instruments that measure, indicate, transmit, record and control as assigned.  Candidate will be responsible for fitting and assembling instrument parts, checking instruments for accuracy and calibrating to specifications, installing industrial instruments and equipment as well as all other job-related duties as assigned.  Employer will conduct a background check and drug screening.  Valid Class C - Standard driver's license required.   
   
Location Aransas Pass, Texas
Job Number 2722229
Title  Service Technician
Salary $18.00 - $28.00 Hour, Depending on Experience & ASE Certifications +Benefits
Qualifications Five (5) years prior Automotive Master Mechanic or Automotive Specialty Technician experience required.  Candidate must possess some Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certifications.  Must be able to work on domestic and import vehicles and have all required tools to perform job duties.  Work week is Monday through Friday and some weekends.  Must be available to work as per schedule with employer.  Valid Class C - Standard driver's license required.   

To learn more about these jobs, call Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend at 888-860-JOBS.

Hot Jobs is a segment that is found every Tuesday, on 3News at 5 p.m.

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