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Industrial Arts / Technology Education Teacher

Industrial Arts / Technology Education Teacher
Whitehall Middle and High Schools
Middle and High School Industrial Technology Teacher

Whitehall 6-12 is seeking an industrial technology teacher, starting the 2020-21 school year. The school has a 5500 sq./ft. combined wood and metal shop equipped with quality equipment on each end. The woodshop includes all the conventional woodworking equipment as well as a wood-mill and has a great setup for producing log furniture. The welding shop is equipped with a CNC plasma table, 4 welding booths equipped with stick and wire-feed welders, sheet metal equipment, and two gas forges. There is also equipment for leatherworking and small engines. Duties include teaching grades 6-12 the industrial technology curriculum. This curriculum includes woodworking, metalworking, computer-aided design, drafting, small engines, and leatherworking. Additional duty includes maintenance of the shop equipment. Current class distribution is 2 periods of middle school students with class sizes of 14-15 students, and 4 periods of high school students with class sizes of 9-13 students.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: This list of essential duties is not exhaustive and may be supplemented.
•Administer appropriate district curriculum which is aligned with the state standards.
•Ensure the opportunity for all students to learn in a supportive environment.
•Create and maintain a constructive, orderly, and academically focused instructional environment.
•Analyze student progress and provide appropriate instruction.
•Provide a classroom management/discipline plan ensuring safety at all times.
•Ensure assessment guidelines and regulations are followed at all times.
•Work professionally with administrators, staff, parents, and community.
•Integrate appropriate technology as available into the instructional program.
•Participate in other job-related duties and activities as assigned.

Position Expectations:
•Demonstrate knowledge, skill, and ability to provide effective instruction in the classroom.
•Work cooperatively with students, parents, peers, administration, and community members.
•Guide the learning process toward achievement of curriculum goals.
•Establish and communicate clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects.
•Employ a variety of instructional techniques and strategies aligned with instructional objectives, in order to meet the needs of all students.
•Participate as an active member with other faculty and staff in daily interactions and in professional learning communities (PLC’s).
•Maintain accurate and complete records as required by law and district policy.
•Maintain and improve professional competence.
•Direct the activities of assigned non-certificated personnel.
•Communicate effectively both in writing and orally.
•Perform other job-related duties as assigned by the principal.

To apply, please submit:
1. Whitehall Application for Certified Teaching Employment We recommend you download and open the application in Adobe Acrobat or other PDF application so the form is fillable.
2. A letter of application specifying the applied-for position
3. Professional resume which includes academic preparation, experience and other specifically related qualifications
4. Copies of transcripts of all college or university credits to date (official transcripts required upon hire)
5. Letters of recommendation (minimum of three, it is recommended that one letter be from a current supervisor)
6. Evidence of Montana certification/licensure (if applicable)
7. Signed and notarized Consent to Fingerprint Background Check form

We prefer that you submit all application materials via digital upload: Click Here for Certified Application Upload or go to https://www.whitehallschools.org/apps/form/certifiedappupload

An application may also be submitted in person, by mail, or by fax. Applications must be received by the final filing date. Postmarks are not accepted.
Required Qualifications
• Hold a valid Montana Class 4 Career and Technical Teaching License, or be able to obtain. This is an alternate pathway to receive a provisional teaching license in Montana for individuals without a degree or teaching license, but that have extensive work experience in certain career and technical fields. More information on this alternative pathway to teaching licensure is available on the Office of Public Education licensure website: http://opi.mt.gov/Class4CandTTL
• Demonstrated content knowledge in basic through advanced woodworking as well as welding and metal fabrication. Proficient in AutoCAD and hand drafting.
Preferred Qualifications
• Hold a valid Montana Class 2 Educator License with 13S ITE - Industrial Technology Education 5-12 Endorsement, or be able to obtain.
• Content knowledge of leatherworking and small engines.

Must submit a completed application and all requested materials.
Must be able to pass a fingerprint background check.
Start Date
DOE and as determined by Collective Bargaining Agreement Salary Schedule
Contact Hannah Nieskens
Phone: 406-287-3455
Fax: 406-287-3843
1 Yellowstone Trail, Whitehall, MT 59759