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High School Army JROTC Instructor at Pittsburg Unified School District

Application Deadline

6/6/2024 12:00 AM Pacific

Date Posted
1/19/2024
Contact
Ann Martinez
925-473-2332
Number of Openings
1
Salary
Pay dependent on experience
Add'l Salary Info
$56,179 - $104,258 Annual Salary; $1,269.25 Masters stipend p/yr; $1,974.39 Doctorate stipend /yr; All Salaries will be prorated at .60 FTE.
Length of Work Year
I85
Employment Type
Full Time
First availability date
Date available:

About the Employer

Pittsburg Unified School District (PUSD) is a K-12 district that serves the community of Pittsburg, California. The school system is committed to providing an excellent opportunity for all students to learn. PUSD is approximately 50 minutes from downtown San Francisco with a direct line on Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). Pittsburg Unified School District serves more than 11,000 students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. The District also provides our community with an outstanding public preschool program and award-winning adult education school (PAEC). The District Comprises: 8 Elementary Schools, 3 Junior High Schools, 1 Comprehensive High School, 1 Alternative Education High School, Adult Education, Independent study, Alternative learning experiences, and Early Childhood Education. The Pittsburg community values the quality of their school system and the opportunities provided to all children. We are thankful to our community and residents for supporting school bond measures and parcel taxes which help support the education of our scholars.

Job Summary

Job Summary

Applicants need to be a retired Army Officer, NCO, WO who will teach the Army JROTC curriculum.

Job Description / Essential Elements:    Print   
PITTSBURG UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Job Description Secondary Classroom Teacher (Junior and Senior High School) Primary Function: A secondary teacher teaches one or more classes in grades six through twelve. Administrative Relationship: Under the immediate direction of the site administrator or designee. Major Duties and Responsibilities: All secondary classroom teachers will: 1.Teach in field of subject matter training, expertise, or in other areas of assigned instructional responsibilities when load conditions, instructional requirements or other verifiable and good reasons make it necessary. 2.Instruct pupils in citizenship, basic communication skills, and other general elements of the course of study specified in state law and administrative regulations and procedures of the school district. 3.Provide planned learning experiences in order to motivate pupils and best utilize the available time for instruction. 4.Develop lesson plans and instructional materials which adapt the curriculum to the needs of each pupil. 5.Establish and maintain standards of pupil behavior needed to achieve an effective learning atmosphere in the classroom. 6.Evaluate pupils’ academic and social growth, keep appropriate records, prepare progress reports, and communicate with parents on the individual pupil’s progress. 7.Identify pupil needs and cooperate with other professional staff members in assessing and helping pupils solve health, social hygiene, attitude and learning problems. 8.Provide necessary display and interest material to promote and effective learning environment in the classroom. 9.Maintain professional competence through participation in inservice education activities provided by the district and/or self-selected professional growth activities. 10.Perform necessary attendance, accounting, and business services. 11.Selects and requisitions books, instructional aides, and instructional supplies and maintains required inventory records. 12.Insures a comfortable room environment through control of heating, lighting, and ventilation to the extent possible. 13.Shares equitable in supervising pupils in out-of-classroom activities during the normal working day. 14.Administers group standardized tests in accordance with district testing program. 15.Shares in the sponsorship of student activities and participates in faculty committees. Attends faculty meetings for the purpose of disseminating information and formulating school policies and procedures. 16.Shares equitable in the supervision of student curricular and extra curricular activities. 17.Participates in faculty committees and faculty meetings for the purpose of disseminating information and formulating school policies and procedures. 18.Plans and coordinates the work of aides, teacher assistants, and other paraprofessionals when integrally related to areas of responsibility. 19.Complies with State Education Code and District Board Policy. 20.Performs other duties as may be assigned by principal. Terms of Employment: Work year: 185 workdays Salary: Current Certificated Salary Schedule Sick Leave: 10 days

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Retired Army Officer, Non-Commissioned Officer or Warrant Officer Valid California Designated Subjects ROTC; with or without Waiver California EL Authorization Valid CA Driver's License Letter of Interest Resume 3 Current letters of recommendation/reference (dated within one year)


      Retired Army Officer, Non-Commissioned Officer or Warrant Officer Valid California Designated Subjects ROTC; with or without Waiver California EL Authorization Valid CA Driver's License Letter of Interest Resume 3 Current letters of recommendation/reference (dated within one year)

          Comments and Other Information

          Army JROTC instructor to high school level cadets. Assists the Senior Army Instructor (SAI) in managing and implementing the overall JROTC unit program according to national, state, and district standards. Promotes cadet intellectual, social, patriotic, character education, and physical growth. Responsible for implementing the Army's national education curriculum and program requirements to include the preparation, planning, coordination, and supervision of all co-curricular service learning, special activities or events (community service projects, military ball, drill meets, honor guards, and other activities). Essential Functions Teach, assess, evaluate, and document student progress and growth through formal and informal evaluations procedures. Evaluate students' progress and determine materials and strategies to provide for their needs. Implement the Army's national curriculum, lesson plans, curriculum related activities, and objectives with other content areas in order to provide for learning and knowledge. Instructs 180 hours of military directed subject materials in classroom and leadership laboratory environment. Administer, advise, and appraise co-curricular teams (drill, rifle, physical training, and academic challenge). Assist the SAI in determining and supervising cadets who serve in key leadership positions (command and staff). Assumes direct responsibility for the development of appropriate behavior of students within the school setting by establishing and maintaining effective discipline and management procedures. Coordinates instructional activities and collaborates with other professional staff, both school and non-school-based, as required to maximize learning opportunities. Administer, advises, coordinate, and supervise special activities or events such as the annual military ball, drill meets, and annual leadership camp. Implement and maintain communication and coordination with the school faculty and staff to promote cadet involvement in school activities, cadet recruitment and retention. Coordinate, collaborate, and compile data for records in the automated cadet database. Participate in in-service and staff development activities and staff meetings as required or assigned. Ensure continuous communication with parents or guardians, both written and oral, to keep them informed of a cadet's progress. Assist the SAI in managing and submission of all reports required by the Army and the district. Counsel, mentor, and tutor cadets as needed. Perform and promote all activities in compliance with equal employment and non-discrimination policies; follow federal laws, state laws, school board policies and the professional standards. Desired Qualifications Retired Army Non-Comissioned Officer or Warrant Eligible to obtain Army JROTC instructor certification. Baccalaureate preferred. Excellent interpersonal, communication, and automation technology skills. Willing to wear the appropriate uniform and meet personal grooming standards as outlined in Army regulations. Demonstrated troop level experience. Pittsburg Unified School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This applies to all acts related to school activity or attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the superintendent of the school district. School personnel are required to take immediate steps to intervene when it is safe to do so and when he or she witnesses an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.

          Comments and Other Information


          Army JROTC instructor to high school level cadets. Assists the Senior Army Instructor (SAI) in managing and implementing the overall JROTC unit program according to national, state, and district standards. Promotes cadet intellectual, social, patriotic, character education, and physical growth. Responsible for implementing the Army's national education curriculum and program requirements to include the preparation, planning, coordination, and supervision of all co-curricular service learning, special activities or events (community service projects, military ball, drill meets, honor guards, and other activities). Essential Functions Teach, assess, evaluate, and document student progress and growth through formal and informal evaluations procedures. Evaluate students' progress and determine materials and strategies to provide for their needs. Implement the Army's national curriculum, lesson plans, curriculum related activities, and objectives with other content areas in order to provide for learning and knowledge. Instructs 180 hours of military directed subject materials in classroom and leadership laboratory environment. Administer, advise, and appraise co-curricular teams (drill, rifle, physical training, and academic challenge). Assist the SAI in determining and supervising cadets who serve in key leadership positions (command and staff). Assumes direct responsibility for the development of appropriate behavior of students within the school setting by establishing and maintaining effective discipline and management procedures. Coordinates instructional activities and collaborates with other professional staff, both school and non-school-based, as required to maximize learning opportunities. Administer, advises, coordinate, and supervise special activities or events such as the annual military ball, drill meets, and annual leadership camp. Implement and maintain communication and coordination with the school faculty and staff to promote cadet involvement in school activities, cadet recruitment and retention. Coordinate, collaborate, and compile data for records in the automated cadet database. Participate in in-service and staff development activities and staff meetings as required or assigned. Ensure continuous communication with parents or guardians, both written and oral, to keep them informed of a cadet's progress. Assist the SAI in managing and submission of all reports required by the Army and the district. Counsel, mentor, and tutor cadets as needed. Perform and promote all activities in compliance with equal employment and non-discrimination policies; follow federal laws, state laws, school board policies and the professional standards. Desired Qualifications Retired Army Non-Comissioned Officer or Warrant Eligible to obtain Army JROTC instructor certification. Baccalaureate preferred. Excellent interpersonal, communication, and automation technology skills. Willing to wear the appropriate uniform and meet personal grooming standards as outlined in Army regulations. Demonstrated troop level experience. Pittsburg Unified School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This applies to all acts related to school activity or attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the superintendent of the school district. School personnel are required to take immediate steps to intervene when it is safe to do so and when he or she witnesses an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.