Teacher Cte Engineering & Software 2 School Year

Teacher Cte Engineering & Software 2 School Year

Tempe Union High School District



Teacher Cte Engineering & Software 2 School Year

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Teacher CTE Engineering & Software 2 School Year JobID: 2102
- Position Type:
Certified Positions/ Teacher

- Date Posted:

- Location:
McClintock High School

- Teacher
Position Summary :
To plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program in a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their educational potential.

To view the job description, please select this link: Teacher

Department: High School Campus
Reports to: Principal/Assistant Principal

Training and Experience:
- Bachelor's degree or higher
- Highly qualified in content area

Licensing/Certification Requirements :
- Valid Arizona Teaching certification
- Valid DPS Fingerprint Clearance Card

FLSA Status: Exempt

Salary Placement: Appropriate column and step placement on the Teacher Salary Schedule
An Equal Opportunity Employer: Tempe Union High School District is an equal opportunity employer.
We do not discriminate against any individual on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, gender, marital status, religion, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, or socioeconomic status.
Inquiries concerning Title VI, Title VII, Title IX may be referred to the Director of Student Affairs and District Safety, and Section 504 may be referred to the Section 504 Coordinator, 500 West Guadalupe Road, Tempe Arizona 85, (see application details). In accordance with Arizona law and Governing Board Policy, Tempe Union High School District is a smoke-free, tobacco-free work environment.

Job Attachment

Human Resources

Created 9/2005; updated 11/2016 Page 1

Teacher Department: School Site Reports to: Principal/Assistant Principal Placement: Certified Salary Schedule Term: See Duty Day Calendar Position Summary: To plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program in a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their educational potential.
Essential Functions:

Instructional Planning:
- Plans instruction to meet objectives.

- Assesses students' skill levels to determine appropriate learning objectives.

- States objectives compatible with departmental goals in performance outcomes; lists procedures to

achieve outcomes.

- Organizes and makes available the time, space, materials, and equipment needed.

- Plans relevant classroom activities and homework to reinforce lessons through active student


Instructional Strategies:
- Utilizes effective instructional strategies.

- Implements procedures involving students with the maximum time on task.

- Uses effective techniques to motivate student interest/enthusiasm for subject.

- Facilitates retention of learning.

- Adjusts instruction to facilitate student mastery.

- Provides prompt and specific feedback to students on both their work and behavior.

- Provides opportunities for all students to apply knowledge or practice skills.


- Presents subject matter in a clear, precise, coherent, and logical way.

- Communicates objectives, purpose, value, and relevance of lessons as appropriate.

- Communicates appropriate, competent knowledge of subject matter with confidence and accuracy.

- Gives clear directions and explanations related to lesson content and/or learning activity.

- Frequently asks questions of relevance, clarity, and variety.

- Frames questions at different cognitive levels.

- Provides appropriate responses, equitable response opportunities.

- Promotes positive relationships among students by modeling.

Instructional Environment:

- Provides a positive learning environment.

- Communicates enthusiasm for learning and teaching.
Interacts with all students, regardless of

ability level, handicap, sex, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status.

- Articulates and maintains classroom behavior conducive to learning.

- Models professional courtesy and respect in manner and dress.

- Encourages students to deal with varying degrees of success, failure, self-control, and


Professional Responsibilities:
- Meets professional responsibilities.

- Engages in professional self-development.

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- Is accessible to students and parents.

- Maintains and communicates accurate records of grades, attendance, and special reports.

- Works cooperatively to plan curriculum and improve instruction.

- Demonstrates ethical and professional practices in working with students, parents, colleagues, and

student records.

- Refers students with special needs to counselors, specialists, or school nurse.

- Makes use of school resources and takes care of all school property and equipment.

- Maintains a safe and healthy classroom environment.

Goal setting and Professional Expectations:

- Works toward achievement of school goals.

- Knows school goals for the current year.

- Follows guidelines and procedures recommended for achieving goals.

- Individualizes goals by identifying objectives, activities, and criteria.

- Supports administration in governing student conduct.

- Knows school expectations for behavior and attendance.

- Enforces school policies, rules, and procedures in the classroom, on campus, and at school-related


- Develops and communicates expectations and consequences for student conduct in classroom.

- Complies with Arizona Revised Statutes, District policies, and administrative guidelines.

- Is informed and follows District policies, procedures, and guidelines as outlined in the policy and

faculty handbooks.

- Is informed and follows the laws as stated in A.R.S.
15-521 and Arizona Administrative Code R- 7-2-1308.

- Follows state and federal mandates; e.g., special education, gifted education, state achievement

testing, and Chapters 1, IV, and IX.
Meets departmental expectations.
(See Department indicators and curriculum guides.)

Training and Experience:

- Bachelor's degree.
Licensing/Certification Requirements:

- Valid Arizona Teaching certification.

- Valid DPS Fingerprint Clearance Card.

ADA and Other Requirements: Positions in this class typically require: climbing, crawling, stooping, kneeling, crouching, fingering, standing, walking, pushing, reaching, lifting, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
When duties and responsibilities change and develop, this job description will be reviewed and subject to changes of business necessity.

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