POSITION: Aviation Technology Instructor
REPORTS TO: Site Administrator
LOCATION: Dr. James A. Forrest Career and Technology Center
NATURE OF WORK:
This is a professional position to meet the instructional goals of the school and school system by delivering instructional programs effectively to ensure student achievement.
- Direct and evaluate student learning experiences;
- Provide guidance to students to promote education development and welfare;
- Provide care and protection of school property;
- Supervise student activity on school property; and
- Plan and coordinate the instructional program in accordance with the current curricula.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Develop and administer lesson plans;
- Conduct classroom lectures;
- Manage the student classroom and shop/laboratory;
- Advise and discipline students in matters of academic performance, attendance, and conduct;
- Submit accurate grade and attendance information at established intervals;
- Take part in professional development activities;
- Cooperate with students and staff;
- Maintain open lines of communication with students, staff, parents, and community partners; Maintain and inventory shop tools and maintain shop/lab supplies;
- Instruct program participates in electrical wiring using approved curriculum in accordance with course competencies and objectives;
- Develop and utilize a variety of instructional techniques and delivery methods designed to meet individual learning styles;
- Maintain current lesson plans;
- Coordinate hands-on training activities including on-site projects;
- Demonstrate proper tool and equipment use, with an emphasis on safety;
- Monitor, evaluate, and document students’ progress through observation, tests, and examinations in both theory and practice;
- Arrange students’ field placement and monitor students’ progress where applicable;
- Ensure related clinical supplies and equipment are up-to-date;
- Demonstrate evidence of professional growth and academic currency;
- Participate in school related activities, committees, professional development activities, and other school related events; and
- Other duties as assigned.
- Prepare students for FAA unmanned aircraft pilot certifications.
- High School Diploma, Associates/Bachelor’s Degree or higher preferred;
- Three years successful experience in aviation maintenance or unmanned aircraft systems operations;
- Teaching/Instructor experience preferred;
- Possess or be willing to pursue professional certification for the appropriate position;
- Demonstrate the ability to relate well to students, teachers, parents, and community members;
- Demonstrate exemplary organizational, management, and relevant technology skills;
- Ability to project a positive image to the public; and
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:
Full-time ten-month position
SALARY GRADE RANGE:
The salary for this EXEMPT position will be based on EASMC salary schedule (#1) for tenmonth employees.
BARGAINING UNIT ELIGIBILITY: EASMC
Contact: Mike Egan |Principal |Dr. James A. Forrest Career and Technology Center | firstname.lastname@example.org
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