Career & Technical Instructor with expertise in some of the following areas: Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics, Electrical Engineering or equivalent

MTCHS is seeking a Technical Instructor with expertise in some of the following areas: Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics, Electrical Engineering or equivalent – Meridian Technical Charter High School
JOB DESCRIPTION
Technical Instructor with expertise in some of the following areas: Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics, Electrical Engineering or equivalent – Meridian Technical Charter High School
Position Type: Closing Date:

Until Filled

Career & Technical Teacher
Location:

Meridian Technical Charter High School (Not West Ada School District)

FTE: 1.0 

Calendar: January 8 – June 1, 2018

Short Description/Qualifications:

Overall Requirements, secondary level, grades 9-12

  • Career & Technical Instructor with expertise in some of the following areas: Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics, Electrical Engineering or equivalent
    • West Ada School District # 2 salary schedule
    • Strong collaborative skills/interpersonal skills
    • Small, unique, and structured learning environment
    • Teaching experience preferred
    • Industry experience preferred
    • Strong organization skills
    • Ability to work with a team in a project-based learning environment
  • Possible Industry Certification include but not limited to: Comptia A+, Java, SQL, php, CET (Certified Electronics Technician), SolidWorks Associate
  • Be able to teach some of the following topic areas for our technical areas, Computer Science & Data, Computer Support & Networking, Electronics & Microcontrollers, Web & Media Design. Possible topics include: Foundations of HTML/CSS, Web Design, Graphic Design, Media Creation, Programming, Networking and Computing, Computer & Device Repair, Robotics, Electronics, Arduino/Raspberry Pi coding, Data Analysis and Databases, and Problem Solving

Post expires at 2:30pm on Sunday December 31st, 2017