Automotive Technician Instructor
COSSA •Southwest / Boise •Vocational/Career Education •Secondary •Full Time •Posted 27D ago
About this job
JOB SUMMARY - To assist in the development of instructions and community based Professional-Technical training experiences that will permit students to learn specific job requirements through a competency based training curriculum, and gain entry levels skills that facilitate employment in Auto Technician occupations. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES - 1. Develop a curriculum scope and sequence in accordance with suggested state and Industry guidelines and Auto Technician programs, including youth leadership. 2. Cooperate and coordinate with other Instructors, Counselors and Schools in the screening and placement of students in the program. 3. Cultivate and maintain community and Industry based training stations. 4. Develop with employers and the student individualized training programs. 5. Establish follow- up and monitoring procedures for training stations. 6. Take full responsibility for the training and instruction for students while they are under your care, which is not limited to but includes; a. Lesson Preparation b. Preparing instructional materials c. Giving tests and grading students. d. Student discipline and control 7. Meet with all department staff to ensure coordinated effort as related to students, staff curriculum, supplies, facilities reports, youth leadership activities, and Agency and COSSA administration. 8. Carry out other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the Professional Technical Education Coordinator or COSSA Board of Trustees. 9. Establish evaluation criteria for classroom and work stations. 10. Develop and maintain an Industry based Advisory Committee. 11. Develop and maintain leadership training activities as an integral point of the program. 12. Provide daily attendance reports to COSSA office in a timely manner as requested. 13. Submit all reports required by the State Division of Professional Technical Education. 14. Serve as a liaison between COSSA and the participating Schools. 15. Maintain appropriate and required school records. 16. Maintain an inventory of all program equipment and materials. 17. Actively participate with building teams in the development of individualized training programs for special needs students. 18. Coordinate with the CTE Coordinator in evaluating and modifying program content and effectiveness. 19. Carry out other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the CTE Coordinator.
Certification must determined by the Division of Professional-Technical Education and, in general requires a Bachelors Degree and three (3) years of recent gainful employment or not less than (8) years of recent successful gainful employment in the technical field in which you will be teaching. Preferably the instructor will have supervisor experience and must qualify for an Idaho Professional-Technical Specialist Certificate.
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