Program Instructor (Hourly) Middle and/or High School
Senior Manager of School Site Operations, Ozzie A. Williams
The position of Program Instructor (Hourly) of Language Arts, Science or Mathematics for Middle and/or High school requires an overall commitment to the policies and procedures of the Center for Pre-College Programs and the Consortium for Pre-College Education in Greater Newark/New Jersey College Bound program (NJCB) program. Employment and/or continued employment is subject to successfully passing State Mandated Criminal Background Check. This requisition represents 10-12 Instructors depending on hours available and need.
The program operates year-round during the Academic Year (fall and spring) and Summer Sessions. The Academic Year Session is 20 Saturdays between September and June from 8:00 am until 12:30 pm. The Summer Session is four (6) weeks, Monday through Thursday, from 8:30 am until 3:00 pm.
Program Instructor: 1. Provides relevant grade-level academic classes to prepare students for success in high school and college. 2.
Helps students to succeed in the core subject areas of Mathematics, Science, or English Language Arts. Note: Core area of Science includes associative topics of technology, engineering, coding, etc. 3. Develops students' communicative, study and time management skills and assists in the development of test-taking strategies. 4.
Helps students to build confidence in subject areas and helps develop student problem solving and critical thinking abilities. 5. Helps students develop all related skills in preparation for the state-mandated tests, i.e., PARCC, PSAT, SAT/ACT. 6. Attends all staff development and training sessions. 7.
Submits typed lesson plans on time and in accordance with NJCB requirements. 8. Helps to develop and implement the Consortium/College Bound Curriculum based on the New Jersey Common Core Standards for the program. 9. Creates a learning environment that will facilitate the desire to learn and help students to gain self-motivation for self-improvement. 10.
Maintains accurate academic records and files. 11. Assists in the administration, design, and evaluation of standardized diagnostic and placement tests. 12. Supervises Teacher Assistant/Tutor in the operation of all essential functions. 13. Participates in the planning and delivery of team-teaching and thematic lesson plans with other teachers in the same subject area and/or grade level.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Teaching certification in core subject areas of Science, Mathematics, or Language Arts. Work experience and/or training in associative topics of technology, engineering, coding, etc. At the university's discretion, the education and experience prerequisites may be excepted where the candidate can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the university an equivalent combination of education and experience specifically preparing the candidate for success in the position.
Experience with minority and disadvantaged students is preferred.
New Jersey Institute Of Technology