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Bartlesville Public SchoolsAgricultural Education Instructor for 2019-2020

Bartlesville Public Schools

Agricultural Education Instructor for 2019-2020 (2966)

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TitleAgricultural Education Instructor for 2019-2020
Posting ID2966
Description

Job Title:                 Agricultural Education Instructor for SY2019-2020

Qualifications:         Oklahoma Teacher Certification in Agricultural Education

Contract:                 12 months

Reports To:             Assistant Director of Athletics and Activities

Evaluated By:          Assistant Director of Athletics and Activities

 

Job Description:

 

          Bartlesville Public Schools is starting an Agricultural Education Program.  The District is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as the District’s first Agricultural Education Instructor. The instructor will work with District officials and community representatives to promote, develop and implement the Agricultural Education Program. The instructor will teach agricultural education courses offered by the local district and approved by the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education and the State Department of Education. The agricultural education instructor will assist and supervise all students in developing a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE). In addition, the instructor will serve as advisor of the local Bartlesville Bruin FFA chapter and promote FFA activities as an integral part of the agricultural education experience. The District will offer a competitive compensation package to obtain the best candidate for this position.

 

 

Duties:

 

  1. The instructor will teach four classes per school day and be provided one hour of planning and one hour for supervision for student SAEs.
  2. The instructor will attend community events to promote the agricultural education program. The instructor will maintain an active advisory committee.
  3. The instructor will supervise student's SAEs though school based, worksite, and/or home visits. Also, the instructor will provide feedback and direction to the student's SAE.
  4. The instructor will serve the educational needs of the students in grades 8-12 by providing the latest knowledge and skills associated with the area being taught. The instructor will also provide the opportunity for students to obtain a state recognized level of achievement.
  5. The instructor will teach only approved agricultural education courses.
  6. The instructor should provide various adult education courses for the local community supporters and patrons.
  7. The instructor will outline a calendar detailing FFA activities, judging contests, and/or livestock shows that he/she will be attending.
  8. The instructor will maintain an active program during the summer. The instructor will continue to supervise students SAEs. The instructor will promote student attendance and provide transportation for students to attend FFA leadership activities, summer field days, and/or livestock events and shows. In addition, the instructor should work with the local community on projects or activities. Also, the instructor will attend professional development.
  9. The instructor will provide opportunities for students to participate and be active in the local FFA chapter.
  10. The instructor will submit all reports required by the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education and FFA office in a timely manner.
Shift TypeFull-Time
Salary RangePer Year
LocationHigh School

Applications Accepted

Start Date11/19/2018

Job Contact

NameMatt HancockTitleAsst. Director, Athletics & Activities
EmailHancockMJ@bps-ok.orgPhone918-337-0153 X1180