The Mechatronics program of study is designed for students interested in becoming a mechatronics technician, electrical technician, mechanical engineering technician, robotics technician or mechatronics engineer.
Course content focuses on the components of manufacturing systems, collection and analysis of quality data, electronics, mechanics, fluid power systems, computers and control systems, and technical documentation and troubleshooting.
Upon completion of this program, proficient students will be prepared to pursue industry certification at a technology college or more advanced coursework at a two-year or four-year postsecondary institution.
The successful applicant will have a strong background in the following areas: mechanical systems, electrical systems, computer systems, robotics, and components of manufacturing, ability to analyzed data, technical documentation and troubleshooting abilities.
The following qualifications will be given preference: degree in engineering-mechanical, electrical or computer. Industry experience in related field may be substituted.
For more information, contact the Board of Education at 615-792-5664 and speak to Chief Academic Officer Dr. Tara Watson or Sue Clark, Human Resources Administrative Executive.
The Cheatham County School District's daycare program is hiring for positions at Harpeth Middle School and Kingston Springs Elementary School.
A full-time employee is needed for the Harpeth Middle School Teacher Daycare.
Hours are Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. The schedule is the same as school calendar.
The Kingston Springs Elementary School Daycare has full-time and part-time employment opportunities.
The schedule for full-time is 33-36 hours per week. The part-time schedule is 20-25 hours per week.
For more information on daycare positions, please contact Daycare Supervisor Emily Staggs at 615-746-1433.
A Certified Pre-K teacher is needed at Pegram Elementary School. For more information, contact Pre-K Supervisor Emily Staggs at 615-746-1433.