INTRO TO AUTO/DIESEL INSTRUCTOR
COSSA •Southwest / Boise •Career Technical Education •Secondary •Full Time •Posted 9M ago
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48CANYON-OWYHEESCHOOL SERVICE AGENCYJOBDESCRIPTIONTITLE: Automotive TechnicianInstructorLENGTH OF CONTRACT: The period of employment and salary shall be determinedannually by the Director and the COSSA Board of Trustees.WORKING SCHEDULE: May be full-time or part-time, a.m. or p.m., orboth dependingon student load.IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:CTECoordinator.JOB SUMMARYTo assist in the development of instructions and community basedProfessional-Technicaltraining experiences that will permit students to learn specific jobrequirements through a competency based training curriculum, and gain entry levelsskills that facilitate employment in AutoTechnicianoccupations.QUALIFICATIONSCertification must determined by the Division ofProfessional-TechnicalEducation and,in general requires a Bachelors Degree and three (3) years of recent gainfulemployment or not less than (8) years of recent successful gainful employment in thetechnical field in which you will be teaching. Preferably the instructor will havesupervisor experience and must qualify for an IdahoProfessional-TechnicalSpecialistCertificate.BACKGROUND CHECKA complete fingerprint background check must be conducted by the Department ofEducation with final employment based on candidate having a clear record.PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES1.Develop a curriculum scope and sequence in accordance with suggested stateand Industry guidelines and AutoTechnicianprograms, including youthleadership.2.Cooperate and coordinate with other Instructors, Counselors and Schools in thescreening and placement of students in the program.3.Cultivate and maintain community and Industry based training stations.4.Develop with employers and the studentindividualized 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 areunder your care, which is not limited to but includes;a.Lesson Preparationb.Preparing instructional materialsc.Giving tests and grading students.d.Student discipline and control7.Meet with all department staff to ensure coordinated effort as related to students,staff curriculum, supplies, facilities reports, youth leadership activities, andAgency andCOSSAadministration.498.Carry out other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by theProfessional 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 theprogram.12.Provide daily attendance reports to COSSA office in a timely manner asrequested.13.Submit all reports required by the State Divisionof Professional TechnicalEducation.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 individualizedtraining programs for special needs students.18.Coordinate with theCTECoordinator in evaluating and modifying programcontent and effectiveness.19.Carry out other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by theCTECoordinator.EVALUATIONPerformance will be evaluated by theCTECoordinator.
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