Culinary Arts Teacher
Mid-Coast School of Technology is seeking a full-time Culinary Arts Teacher for the 2018-19 school year. See qualifications and performance responsibilities below. FMI or to request an application package, contact Sherry Moody at (207) 594-2161 ext 201 or email: email@example.com
The teacher is the primary instructional agent of the school. All his/her training and experience, supported by the resources of the school, is applied to create the best possible learning environment for students.
- Possess and maintain appropriate State of Maine certification 891 – Food Production
- Meet eligibility requirements specified in Maine Department of Education Chapter 115, part II – Requirements for Specific Certificates and Endorsements.
- Have appropriate Maine License, if required.
- Have a practical knowledge of industrial, technical and first-hand knowledge of career and technical education and CTE standards.
- Demonstrate excellent people and communication skills.
- Exhibit an ability to work in a team environment offering problem-solving strategies, as well as taking direction from others.
- Plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active learning experiences
- Develop lesson plans
- Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities
- Prepare classroom and lab for learning activities
- Provide a variety of learning materials and resources for use in educational activities
- Identify and select different instructional methods and resources to meet students’ varying needs
- Instruct and monitor students in the use of learning materials and equipment
- Use relevant technology to support instruction and to develop and maintain appropriate documentation of student records, etc.
- Stay informed of new developments, techniques and industry standards in the teacher’s area of specialization
- Observe, evaluate and assess student’s performance and development
- Assign and grade student work
- Provide appropriate feedback on student work
- Encourage and monitor the progress of individual students
- Follow IEP, make accommodations as indicated and attend student special education planning meetings
- Maintain accurate and complete records of students’ progress and development
- Update all necessary records accurately and completely as required by law, school policies and school regulations
- Prepare required reports on students and activities
- Assist in the follow-up of students to determine college and other post-secondary placement
- Set a good example for students in such areas as personal appearance, neatness, propriety of dress for industry and use of safety equipment
- Manage student behavior in the classroom by establishing and enforcing rules and procedures
- Maintain discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary systems of the school
- Apply appropriate disciplinary measures where necessary
- Manage concurrent and dual enrollment opportunities for students
- Support extracurricular activities such as social activities, clubs and student organizations
- Participate in department and school meetings, professional development activities and parent meetings
- Communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues and parents regarding student progress and student needs
- Keep updated with developments in teaching methods as well as resources and make relevant changes to instructional plans and activities
- Maintain shop equipment in accordance with appropriate maintenance procedures as well as in compliance with OSHA and other applicable safety standards
- Prepare an annual budget for the program
- Work with a Program Advisory Committee (PAC) and attend annual Tech group meetings
- Participate in the Educator Effectiveness system including self-assessment, feedback from supervisors and peers, and focused professional development
- Carry out a continued program of further education and self-improvement with assistance from the Professional Learning Communities Support System plan (PLCSS) and school administration
- Perform all other related duties as assigned or requested by the Director.
Deadline to Apply: August 10, 2018
Substitute Teachers (On Call)
Region 8 / Mid-Coast School of Technology is seeking on-call substitute teachers for a variety of career and technical education (CTE) courses. Applicants must have a Maine Dept of Education CHRC (Criminal History Record Check) certification or able to attain certification. Additionally, applicants must pass a State Police background check. Experience teaching secondary students and two years experience in the CTE course preferred. Courses taught at Region 8 include carpentry, machine tool, auto technology, auto collision, medical sciences (RN preferred), culnary arts, pre-engineering, firefighting, EMT, Marine technology and Design technology (graphic arts). Substitutes are paid $101/day. For more information, please contact Sherry Moody at (207) 594-2161 x201 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MCST is an Equal Opportunity Employer