#CTETT9511 Auto Tech Instructor (1.0 Continuing Contract) 2019-2020 School Year LOCATION: Tri-Tech Skills Center OPENS: March 11, 2019 CLOSES: March 20, 2019 Required: 1. Valid Washington State Career and Technical Education Certificate with endorsement in Automotive Technology or meet the to obtain one. 2. Current or recent (2 to 4 years) experience in the Automotive Technology field. 3. ASE Master Certified Technician or ability to become certified. Minimum requirement, must possess the following ASE Certifications: G-1 Maintenance and Light Repair, A-4 Steering and Suspension, A-5 Brakes, A-6 Electrical/Electronic Systems and A-8 Engine Performance. 4. Current Work-Based Learning Coordinators Certificate or ability to obtain one. 5. Current first aid/CPR card or ability to obtain certification before the start of the school year. 6. Satisfactory evaluations. Preferred: 1. Evidence of a thorough knowledge of skills needed to teach in the automotive/diesel program. 2. Evidence of teacher training or experience which reflects interactive, student- centered instruction, using technology and real world applications to enhance teaching and learning in the Automotive Technology curriculum. 3. Evidence of experience working with program advisory committee and community partners. 4. Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and guidance to the youth leadership of the program. 5. Demonstrated ability to use/learn computer technology for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, electronic grading and attendance, communication by e-mail, and ability to implement computer skills into daily classroom instruction. 6. Demonstrated success in maintaining positive, open communication and a productive learning climate within the classroom as well as with parents, colleagues and administration. 7. Punctual and consistent attendance. 1. Teach the Automotive Technology program in alignment with the state approved curriculum frameworks for Automotive Technology which follows the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) model. Incorporate Automotive Youth Education Systems (AYES) into the program. 2. Teach and assess safety within the curricular program. 3. Maintain safe, orderly and clean lab facilities/equipment. 4. Be an advisor and provide opportunities for all students to participate in student leadership activities within the leadership component of the program or equivalent program. May require hours outside the regular school day. 5. Work cooperatively with other staff to align program competencies and expectations with district approved program standards and state approved frameworks. 6. Effectively manage and coordinate with the Instructional Assistant on job tasks and instructional curriculum. 7. Coordinate articulation of Automotive Technology curriculum with Columbia Basin College. 8. Incorporate new and emerging technology into the instructional process. 9. Supervise and support student work-based learning opportunities through job shadows, and internships. 10. Be a "team" player by establishing and maintaining cooperative professional relationships. 11. Maintain program budget and participate in annual program planning. 12. Integrate business and community partnerships to enhance student learning. 13. Participate positively and actively in a professional learning community this is characterized by collegiality, shared responsibility for student success, and perpetual focus on student learning. 14. Establish a safe, welcoming, and purposeful learning environment for all students, colleagues, families and guests. 15. Believe cultural diversity is a strength and have the attitude that we will meet the needs of any child who enters our school. COMPLETION OF SAFE SCHOOLS WEB BASED TRAINING IS REQUIRED AS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here represent those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Mobility: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and walk for prolonged periods of time, push or pull 18-26 lbs., sit, kneel and crouch, twist and bend, use hands to type, finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arm. Sense: The employee is required to talk/hear conversations and other sounds. The employee must be able to communicate effectively in person and over the telephone. The employee is required to taste and smell. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, far vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. Lifting: The employee must be able to lift or move up to 10 lbs. regularly and occasionally up to 26 lbs; must also be able to lift overhead. The employee may be required to physically move quickly in an emergency or while performing student supervision duties. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Hazards: While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to work outdoors in a wide variety of temperatures; from -10 degrees F to 100 degrees F +. The employee may be exposed to wet and/or humid conditions. The noise level in this work environment is moderate. Application Procedure: In-District staff must complete an internal online application by 10:00 p.m. (PST) on or before the closing date. In-building/In-district staff will have eight school days, or eight working days during the summer to apply for a vacant through the online application system. The employee may choose but will not be required to meet with the building administrator to understand the building practices, procedures and initiatives specific to the to which they are applying. After eight days if an in-building employee is qualified for the position, the principal will offer the employee the position. In the case that more than one in-building employee is interested in a position, the will be offered to the qualified and senior employee. If a is not filled in-building after the eight day period, the will be offered to the qualified, most senior in-district applicant, if any. Teachers with a summative evaluation score of 1 or 2 are not eligible to transfer unless agreed upon by the District and Association. Out-of-District applicants must complete the online District application and attach a letter of interest, resume, valid Washington state teaching credential, and copies of transcripts with degree posted. All hires are subject to completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. The Kennewick School District provides equal access to all programs and services without discrimination based on sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation, including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or use of trained dog, guide or service animal by a person with a disability, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Civil Rights & Equity: Douglas Christensen- (509) ###-#### (...@ksd.org) Section 504, Title IX: Jack Anderson- (509) ###-#### (...@ksd.org) Kennewick School District 1000 W. 4th Ave. Kennewick WA 99336 This holds true for all students who are interested in participating in all educational programs and/or extra-curricular school activities in the Kennewick School District. Inquiries regarding compliance procedures or requests for reasonable accommodation may be directed to the School District’s Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources or the Classified Human Resources Manager.