Job Corps' mission is to assist eligible youth to connect to the labor force by providing comprehensive and integrated academic, career technical, workforce preparation and independent living skills and support services leading to: Successful careers in in-demand industry sectors or occupations or the Armed Services that will result in economic self-sufficiency and opportunities for advancement; Enrollment in postsecondary education, including an apprenticeship program leading to long-term attachment to the labor force; and Responsible citizenship.
Conducts and manages academic classes. Responsible for providing academic training to Job Corp students in accordance with approved curricula to ensure students leave the program with a high school diploma or GED.
Primary/Major Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):
Promotes a positive and desirable atmosphere within the classroom/training environment, ensuring maximum student motivation and outcomes
Integrates math, reading, and writing concepts with employability, and Career Success Standards
Designs instruction to meet individual student needs, maintains a high degree of discipline within the training area, submits necessary schedule change information.
Designs curriculum within Job Corps guidelines to ensure students' academic needs are met.
Ensures curriculum developed is sufficient for students to pass all tests and certifications.
Conducts classes that explain test preparation and study skills.
Develops and implements Career Success Standards projects.
Meets with Career Technical Training instructors to identify required skills that can be taught and reinforced with applying technical skills in an academic setting.
Develops and implements applied academic projects.
Stays current on new teaching, instruction and facilitation techniques.
Submits ESPs in a timely manner, documents student progress for inclusion on the ETA 640 profile.
Administers accurate completion of the Training Achievement Records (TAR) in a timely manner.
Documents student's progress in case notes at least monthly and records daily attendance
Completes a monthly Accommodation Effectiveness Review for each student with a documented accommodation.
Secondary Duties and Responsibilities:
Identifies and prepares potential students for the ACT and AT programs.
Assists students with the Center's ACT process.
Ensures that all equipment assigned to the classroom is properly accounted for and maintained in good condition.
Participates in Career Mentoring Teams.
Provide support to the Career Development Services System (CDSS) department to ensure student job readiness.
All other duties as assigned.
Required Education and Experience:
Teaching certification in the state in which the Center is located.
Valid state driver's license.
Preferred Education and Experience
One year of teaching.