High School Science Instructor

New Jersey Institute Of Technology Newark , NJ 07101

Posted 3 months ago

Title:

High School Science Instructor

Department:

Upward Bound

Reports To:

Trio Director - Monique Hutchinson

Position Type:

Grant Funded

Position Summary:

High School Science Instructor for an integrated science class coving the following areas: Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Essential Functions:

To conduct an integrated academic Science (Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics) class, teach students learning strategies, conduct teaching and instructional activities using educational equipment, manipulative objects, props and other learning aids, prepare and submit a course outline prior to the start of the class, assist with the planning, instruction and evaluation of tutoring and problem solving activities, complete paperwork associated with classroom and project management, make recommendations on students' strength and needs, report student learning and behavioral issues to the appropriate staff personnel, to assist with the training and evaluation of Teacher Assistants.

The Instructor is required to attend training and meetings. In the event of an absence please provide 24 hour notice. Classroom work must be prepared for students and the TA must be prepared to deliver work to students in the absence of an instructor.

Additional Functions:

Transport students from one class location to another in a timely manner, ensuring proper supervision and safety of students.

Essential Characteristics:

Candidate should posses a high level of integrity, have experience working with minority students populations. Must be organized and assertive.

Prerequisite Qualifications:

Two or more years of teaching experience at the high school or post-secondary level, complete a background clearance check, ability to plan, organize, develop and conduct a comprehensive instructional tutoring program for students enrolled in the Educational Talent Search Program, undergraduate or graduate degree in designated discipline, experience working with minority and disadvantaged students at the middle school, high school or post-secondary level.

FLSA:

Non-Exempt

Part-Time

Special Instructions to Applicants:

A police background check must be completed.


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