Manufacturing Engineering Tech Teacher (School Year 18-19)

Location
Felton, DE 19943, US
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Mar 12, 2018
Ref
5200006247
Close Date:
05/18/2018

Title: Manufacturing Engineering Technology Teacher

Qualifications:
  1. Must be certified as a Technology Education or Skilled & Technical Sciences (STS) in Manufacturing Production Process Development teacher by the State of Delaware Department of Education.
  2. Bachelor's Degree in Electrical, Manufacturing, Material, Mechanical, or Industrial Engineering from an ABET accredited institution or other Department of Education approved equivalent
  3. Prior experience in engineering systems, design and testing procedures, operational and system testing, and equipment operation maintenance.
  4. Thorough knowledge of the design and development phases involving the principals of mechanics, inspection procedures, and applications to specific engineering systems.
  5. Ability to coach, model, and build the mechanical engineering knowledge and skills of students
  6. Knowledge of the International Technology & Engineering Educators Associate Standards for Technology Literacy
  7. Excellent organizational and management skills
  8. Excellent oral and written communication, facilitation, interpersonal, and collaboration skills


Reports to: Building Principal (or Assistant)

Job Goal: To develop in each pupil an insight and understanding of industry and its place in our society; to discover and develop talents of pupils in the technical fields; to develop practical problem-solving skills related to the materials and processes of industry; and to develop in each pupil skill in the safe use of tools and machines.

Performance Responsibilities:
  1. Teaches skills and knowledge in one or more state approved vocational courses in the Manufacturing Production Process Development Pathway to secondary pupils, using the Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program of Study adopted by the State of Delaware Department of Education.
  2. Instruct pupils in citizenship and basic subject matter specified in state law and administrative regulations and procedures of the school district.
  3. Develops lesson plans and organizes class time so that preparation, instruction, shop work, and clean-up activities can be accomplished within the allocated time.
  4. Demonstrates industrial materials, equipment, tools and processes, using standard teacher-prepared models, mock-ups, sketches and other instructional aids.
  5. Guides pupils in selection of appropriate elective projects or experiments.
  6. Maintains an auditable record of student attendance and makes daily reports of students absent each period. Assigns citizenship and scholarship marks.
  7. Instructs pupils in use industry safety standards and in the use, care, and safe operation of tools, machines, and equipment.
  8. Maintains control of storage and use of school-owned property. Makes minor adjustments and requests repairs to tools and equipment as required.
  9. Establishes and maintains standards of pupil conduct needed to provide an orderly, safe and productive environment in an activity-type classroom with many potential hazards.
  10. Keeps informed of the industrial community's job entry requirements and instruct pupils in the rudiments of getting and retaining these jobs.Evaluates each pupil's performance, knowledge, and skills.
  11. Evaluates each pupil's performance, knowledge, and skills.
  12. Selects and requisitions instructional aids and equipment; maintains required inventory records; makes purchases as authorized.
  13. Maintains professional competence through in-service education activities.
  14. Communicates with parents and school counselors on the individual pupil's progress.
  15. Identifies pupil needs, and cooperates with other professional staff members in assessing and helping pupils solve health, attitude, and learning problems.
  16. Supervises pupils in out-of-classroom activities during the assigned work day.
  17. Participates in curriculum and other developmental programs.
  18. Participates in faculty committees and the sponsorship of student activities.
  19. Organize and coordinate a Pathway Advisory Committee per Federal Perkins requirements.
  20. Actively participates in the District's CTE Advisory Committee to engage the community in the development and review of CTE programs.
  21. Participates in ongoing professional development specific to CTE programs as required by Perkins grant.
  22. Serves as advisor to the Technology Student Association.
  23. Other duties assigned by the immediate supervisor that pertain to vocational education.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: The Engineering by Design (EbD) Manufacturing Engineering Technology program of study is a three (3) course Career & Technical Education (CTE) instructional program that engages students in open-ended problem solving where they learn how to apply skills, knowledge, documentation, and processes with modern, industry-leading technology and software. The program provides students with a wide range of skills and concepts in design, invention, and innovation to meet project goals. Hands-on activities provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for solving real world problems and prepares students for continued education and careers in manufacturing engineering technology.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Ten month year. Salary and work year to be established by the Board.

EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board's policy on Evaluation and Department of Education guidelines.

Start Date: August 20, 2018

Reports To: Principal or Assistant Principal

Salary Range: From/To: as per state and local salary schedule

Additional Job Information:
All applicants are required to submit three (3) letters of reference, with one from an immediate supervisor that is dated within the past year.
Applicants are advised that a copy of the most recent evaluation will be requested if selected for an interview. The evaluation can be loaded as part of the application in advance.

The following are conditions of employment for new employees:

(1) Satisfactory criminal background check prior to being placed on payroll.
(2) Satisfactory child protection registry check.
(3) Mandatory Direct Deposit of Pay.
(4) Documentation of Mantoux skin test results for entrance to school system.
(5) Completion of all required employment forms.

Lake Forest does not discriminate in employment or in educational services based on race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in accordance with state and federal laws. Inquiries should be directed to the Director of Personnel at the Lake Forest Central Business Office, School District5423 Killens Pond Road, . Phone: 302-284-3020Felton, DE 19943-9801

The Lake Forest School District promotes inclusion practices at all grade levels.

A person may not be employed by a public school employer in any position requiring licensure and certification if the person does not meet licensure and certification requirements established under Chapter 12 of [Title 14 of the Delaware Code]..., except pursuant to a license extension and/or emergency certificate issued pursuant to Chapter 12. See 14 Del. C.§ 1313.

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