Instruct high school students in a competency-based, four year Residential and Commercial Construction Program. Within the scope of this industry supported program, the successful candidate will be instructing students in safety, measurement, tool identification and use, blueprint reading, concrete and masonry, building framing (including roof, windows and doors), stair construction, rough-in, Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing systems, interiors and finishes and all related construction codes. Instruction will include individual and group classroom activities in a construction laboratory and construction yard environment.
1. Knowledge of wood manufacturing industry and trends, including job and career opportunities. 2. Knowledge of methods and techniques of effective presentations. 3. Skilled in verbal communications. 4. Knowledge of teaching strategies and learning modalities. 5. Ability to organize environment and instruction to facilitate learning. 6. Ability to write lesson plans for individual and group instruction. 7. Ability to use diverse teaching strategies to meet students’ learning styles, abilities, interest, and cultural backgrounds. 8. Ability to follow ROP policy/procedure, including maintaining student and other required records. 9. Ability to work effectively as a team member. 10. Utilization of technology including Microsoft Office Suite (Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word).
Additional Salary Information: Credential Requirements: Applicants must possess or qualify for a valid, full-time Three-Year Preliminary or Five-Year Clear Designated Subjects Career Technical Education Credential including English Second Language Certification. NOCROP will assist you in starting the credentialing process.
Supplemental Application Questions: Please respond to the questions below and attach as a Word Document to “OTHER” under “Required Documents:” The California Career Technical Education (CTE) - Model Curriculum Standards can be found at, http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/sf/ctemcstandards.asp Which CTE Pathway Standard for your industry do you feel is essential and why? How would you teach it in the classroom setting? Our teachers are part of Professional Learning Communities focused on student learning. Describe a time when you worked with a team to achieve a common goal; include the most rewarding and the most challenging aspects of the process?
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The Building Industry Association of Southern California, Inc. (BIASC) is a non-profit trade organization that works on regional and local issues facing the home building industry. We exist to provide leadership on public policy issues that promote building quality communities for the region’s growing population, to increase the public appreciation of the importance of housing and those who provide it, and to facilitate improved business opportunities for its members.