PLTW PRE-ENGINEERING INSTRUCTOR

Caddo Kiowa Technology Center is accepting applications for Project Lead The Way Pre-Engineering Instructor

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s Degree required; Oklahoma Standard Teaching Certificate preferred or willing to obtain; Oklahoma certification areas preferred or willing to obtain: Physics, Algebra II, Chemistry and Biological Science; Project Lead the Way Training preferred or willing to train; WorkKeys credential preferred.

Additional Qualifications: Minimum of two years of work experience in education, engineering or related field.

Submit letter of application, resume, educational background, and other appropriate information to:

CKTC
Human Resources
PO Box 190
Fort Cobb, OK  73038

Applications accepted until January 25, 2019, or a suitable applicant is found.  CKTC is an EOE employer.

Full Job Description

CADDO KIOWA TECHNOLOGY CENTER
JOB DESCRIPTION
Position: PROJECT LEAD THE WAY PRE-ENGINEERING INSTRUCTOR
Primary Function: Continuous School Improvement (CSI) through innovative programming that leads to positive student outcomes.  Build and maintain professional working relationships.  Provide instruction, curriculum, classroom management, and placement relating to instruction and student outcomes in the engineering field.
Responsible to: Instructional Leader
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required; Oklahoma Standard Teaching Certificate preferred or willing to obtain; Oklahoma certification areas preferred or willing to obtain: Physics, Algebra II, Chemistry and Biological Science; Project Lead the Way Training preferred or willing to train; WorkKeys credential preferred.
Skillset: Minimum of two years of work experience in education, engineering or related field
Responsibilities:
General: Participate in school wide Continuous School Improvement (CSI) initiatives.
  Attend all local staff meetings, conferences, and approved professional development training at the local, district, and state levels.
  Maintain good communications and work cooperatively with all staff to maintain a culture of CSI.
  Perform various other duties assigned by the supervisor within the physical constraints of the position.
 
Essential: Design and/or modify curriculum and technology for individualized learning.
  Review and update all curriculum and technology to maintain alignment with approved ODCTE cluster, pathway, career majors, course syllabi, and pathway matrix duty task list and industry standards.
  Manage classroom and students using the CKTC board approved Instructional Staff Evaluation and Performance Standards.
  Serve as advisor for Skills USA and First Robotics student organization and maintain active membership.
  Review program data and performance measures to determine Program Action plan and CSI action initiatives.
  Articulate curriculum with credible credentials and higher education.
  Review and update curriculum and technology equipment to maintain alignment with industry standards.
  Assist students with employment and placement activities and complete follow up report for all students.
  Coordinate and facilitate work based learning opportunities to include worksite training on campus and at business and industry sites.
  Facilitate, guide and instruct students concerning attendance, classroom progress, employment opportunities, and school policies/procedures.
  Organize and facilitate Business Education Council and maintain professional working relationship with business industry.
  Develop and participate in Individual Professional Development and set leadership goals for CSI to include all aspects of career and technical education.
 
Employment Status and Terms: (LENGTH OF CONTRACT/STAFF CLASSIFICATION/EMPLOYEE STATUS)

10 months       /           Certified               /     Annual   -   Exempt

Evaluation: Performance appraisal conducted annually.
Physical Demands:  

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Physical demands include stooping, kneeling, reaching, handling, occasionally lifting up to 50 lbs., finger dexterity, feeling, near and far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, naturally or with correction, isolation, close areas, and good eye-hand coordination or with suitable accommodations.

Be able to perform under stress when confronted with emergency, critical or unusual situations.

Work Environment:  

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The employee is exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions.  The noise level in the work environment is moderate.

 

 

CONTACT US

Jennie Nunn
405-643-3205