- Must be a U.S. citizen or have the legal right to work in the U.S.
- Hold or qualify for Ohio Teaching license/certificate appropriate for the teacher’s assignment
- Must meet all the requirements governing teacher education and licensure
- Maintain a record free of criminal violations that prohibit public school employment
- Pass criminal background checks and pre-employment drug screening
- Comply with drug-free workplace rules, board policies, and other guidelines and procedures
- Certified or certifiable for American Culinary Federation or ProStart
Note: Applicants not currently certified/licensed to teach must hold a high school diploma, have a minimum of five years’ work experience in the career field and complete a Career Technical Education Program through an approved preservice career-technical education teacher preparation program.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include, but are not limited to the following:
- Teach assigned classes. Plan, organize and implement rigorous hands-on instruction aligned with state standards, district curriculum goals, and general workplace readiness by integrating professional/soft skill instruction into daily lessons.
- Promote student participation in the Career Technical Student Organizations.
- Show evidence of project-based learning (e.g., competitions, capstone events, etc.)
- Confer with parents and school personnel (e.g., principal, teachers, counselor, psychologist, supervisors, etc.)
- Develop effective instructional experiences that promote students’ personal and professional growth.
- Possess a solid knowledge of content, curriculum, methods, materials, and equipment of the program.
- Follow and utilize IEPs for all students identified. Vary instructional techniques to address all students’ learning styles. Provide intervention for those students who have been identified as requiring additional academic instruction.
- Use formative and summative assessment strategies to monitor student progress.
- Supervise and discipline students (e.g., classroom, hallways, restrooms, lunchroom, assemblies, etc.) following the student code of conduct.
- Actively put students first and be intentional about making a difference in students’ lives.
- Attend district events such as parent/teacher conferences, advisory committee meetings, award and recognition programs, public open houses, and other major district and/or community events.
- Serve on related educational committees (curriculum, TBT, LPDC, etc).
- Perform other specific job-related duties as directed (e.g., attendance, grade card reporting, interim and state reports, book/supply orders, emergency medical forms, insurance forms, fee collections, bulletin boards, etc.).
- Demonstrate professionalism that promotes The Dayton Way.
- Manage tasks efficiently to meet strict deadlines.
- Maintain valid teaching license(s) through necessary workshops, seminars, professional development, etc.
- Stay current with subject matter, pedagogy, and technology as well as other skills associated with work assignments.
THE DAYTON WAY
- Support and maintain the District’s core principles in the areas of professionalism, curriculum, instruction, culture, and customer service. Demonstrate courage, compassion, patience, and a passion for teaching in daily activities.
- Meet the challenges of delivering education in an urban school setting. Use instructional methods to help struggling learners reach grade level.
- Navigate competing instructional initiatives and find ways to apply them to the classroom effectively.
- Build confidence in students, parents, and guardians that academic achievement is attainable through high expectations and sustained effort.
- Collaborate and engage effectively with teachers and administrators to implement instructional strategies that promote student success in content areas.
- Build positive rapport and trust with families and community partners to facilitate their engagement in education efforts.
- Participate in district-organized professional development activities and seek out opportunities for self-development to improve instruction design and delivery skills.
- Frequent standing/walking for extended periods. Repetitive motions such as bending, reaching, stretching with hands and arms, kneeling, and climbing stairs.
- Occasionally lift and/or move items up to 40 lbs.
- Occasional exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and tissue.
- Potential exposure to disruptive parents and students.
- Periodic travel may be required.