NAVAL JUNIOR ROTC INSTRUCTOR
(ROP Certificated Position)
NJROTC Instructors may be retired Navy, Marine Corps or Coast Guard commissioned officers, warrant officers, and enlisted personnel, E-6 – 0-6, who have served a minimum of 20 years of active duty and who have not been retired or a member of the fleet reserve for more than six years.
The minimum education requirement is an Associates Degree. The applicant must possess or must qualify for a California Designated Special Subjects credential in addition to their respective CNET service certification. They should be physically fit and within Navy / USMC body fat and PRT guidelines. During the school year, the NSI will be expected to accompany the unit to weekend competitions and should also be available on occasional evenings to lead unit participation in various school and community events.
The NJROTC Instructor will perform those duties pursuant to the current regulations, policies and procedures as established by the NSTC and the host school. The Naval Science Instructor (NSI) is the assistant to the Senior Naval Science Instructor (SNSI), and shall perform duties as assigned by the SNSI. In addition to the specific duties listed below, they may perform those collateral duties normally performed by and rotated among other faculty members, providing such duties do not interfere with the administration and operation of the NJROTC program. Specific duties and responsibilities of the SNSI and NSI include:
? Teaching the prescribed 3 or 4 year Naval Science curriculum.
? Instructing in military drill.
? Counseling students in the NJROTC program.
? Writing / updating lesson plans for the NJROTC curriculum and other lesson preparation requirements.
? Requisitioning all government furnished equipment (includes uniforms, training aids, books, drill rifles, air rifles, and organizational equipment).
? Arranging for cleaning and tailoring of uniforms.
? Surveying old and worn uniforms and other government property.
? Performing simple preventive maintenance of training aids and devices.
? Inventory control of all government furnished equipment / materials (including annual wall-to-wall inventory).
? Ensuring proper physical security of all government furnished equipment / materials.
? Planning extracurricular activities for the NJROTC unit (including color / honor guard ceremonies, drill team and rifle teams competitive meets, field trips, basic leadership training, ship cruises, etc.).
? Preparing periodic reports on program administration and logistics.
? Keeping current and abreast of new developments and organizations within the Navy.
? Assessing unit progress to assure NJROTC program objectives are met.
? Attending Navy-sponsored training to keep abreast of current requirements of program management.
? Taking courses of instruction to improve teaching abilities.
? Establishing rapport with school counselors and faculty members.
? Making annual presentations of the NJROTC program to students at feeder schools for the purpose of recruiting new cadets into the program.
? Maintaining financial accounts of operating a budget.
? Preparing financial vouchers to the Navy for reimbursement of expenditures to the school, made in support of the NJROTC program.
? Establishing contact with civic groups to obtain their recognition and support of the NJROTC program.
To apply send a complete application package to:
Coronado Unified School District
201 Sixth Street
Coronado, California 92118
Please include the follow items with your application:
2. CUSD District application (Certificated Application) – download app at http://www.coronado.k12.ca.us/human%20resources.htm
3. Two letters of recommendation
4. CNET Service Certification
5. Copies of any certification / degrees