Certified 10 Month, C (0-59)-C (DOC) 0-10
Performs responsible instructional level duties under limited supervision to teach the classes/labs assigned leading to placement of students on jobs; prepares task analysis; advises students; grades reports, tests, and progress; and advises the supervisor concerning textbooks, special equipment, supplies, or other needs. Attends meetings and participates in overall quality of program and school. An incumbent in this position will utilize discretion, ingenuity, and independent judgment due to the complexity of the job.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred; High School diploma acceptable with requirement to achieve a Bachelor’s degree.
- Working knowledge of, TCP/IP networks, LAN/WAN, client/server environments, virtual machines, system administration, storage and cloud based systems.
- Leadership ability
- Lecture and demonstrative skills
- Reasoning ability
- Ability to instruct
- Ability to observe, recognize, and interpret
- Ability to evaluate
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Satisfactory personal conduct and integrity
- Ability to work well with others
- Reliable, dependable, and punctual attendance
At least three years successful occupational experience in the skill area to be taught, said skill to have been the major assignment in the experience.
Must qualify for Trade and Industrial Education certification through the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education.
Additional certifications may be required for special program area
Certifications such as; CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, Cloud+ or other relevant industry certifications are preferred.
- Strengthens relationships by developing students and clients and staff, partnering with businesses and schools and collaborating with community leaders through participating in school or community activities.
- Focuses on being a leader within the organization through personal accountability, active problem solving and positive forward thinking.
- Focuses on continual improvement to assure quality products and excellent services to our customers and stakeholders.
- Instructs classes/labs within area of specialty according to acceptable standards. Studies material and prepares for classes with necessary curriculum.
- Maintains proper discipline in class and at school sponsored activities to further educational goals. Reports disciplinary infractions to proper sources.
- Makes regular industry visits to develop network for skill upgrade, advisory committee development and student job placement.
- Records attendance and advises students of attendance requirements.
- Upholds the policies and procedures of the Board of Education and supports the organizational management philosophy of Moore Norman Technology Center. Works cooperatively and in harmony with co-workers and other MNTC employees.
- Administers written and practical tests and provides feedback to students relative to grades and other career or academic counseling/advisement.
- Maintains up-to-date task analysis/syllabus and curriculum for courses to be taught.
- Makes time available for student counseling and advisement. Maintains knowledge of requirements for graduation and assists students in career planning.
- Develops and updates curriculum and test materials; makes recommendations concerning textbooks, learning resources and other material; reviews and recommends other supplies and equipment for instructional programs. Maintains proper records and accountability of supplies and equipment entrusted to care.
- Demonstrates dedication to working with students in an objective and fair manner regardless of handicap, race, gender, national origin, age, or socio-economic background, refraining absolutely and entirely from sexual harassment and exploitation; follows the standards of conduct and performance as adopted by the State Board of Education.
- Attends faculty meetings; department/in-service meetings; may serve on various committees to provide constructive input to resolve problems. Attends state divisional professional improvement meetings as designated by Oklahoma Department of Career Education.
- Attends various extracurricular activities within program area, graduation exercise, etc., as required.
- Maintains expertise/competence in area of specialty by attending conferences/seminars and/or schools as required. Reads and keeps current on the latest technology and requirements in the area of specialty. Contributes to the growth of the profession.
- Assists with recruiting students; providing items of interest to the Marketing Communications office.
- Maintains an appropriate advisory committee and develops and maintain professional contacts within the field of specialty leading to the employment of students.
- Makes on-site industry visits; monitors and/or supervises students on internships, clinicals, and OJT assignments.
- Acts as sponsor for the program's student organization.
- Must be able to use word processing and Internet at a basic level of proficiency.
- Participates in the planning of the annual budget for their department.
- Performs other professional duties related to the instructional program.
Minimum qualifications are identified on the job description, available upon request through the Human Resources Department.
Applications will be accepted in the Human Resources Department, 4701 12th Avenue NW, Norman, OK 73069.
You can also fax your application to 405.217.8271.
There will be no discrimination in the technology center because of race, color, sex, pregnancy, gender, gender expression or identity, national origin, religion, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, age, or genetic information in its programs, services, activities and employment. The district also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts of America and other designated youth groups.
The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the technology center's nondiscrimination policy: MNTC’s Human Resources Director (for employees) and the Student Services Director (for students). Inquiries concerning application of this policy may be made by calling (405) 801-5000 or by visiting the Franklin Road Campus at 4701 12th Avenue NW, Norman, Oklahoma 73069. Section 135, Oklahoma School Code prohibits a school from employing or re-employing anyone who has been convicted of a felony. If this would prohibit your employment, please do not complete this application.
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act and the safety-related requirements of the Higher Education Opportunity Act, MNTC will provide an Annual Security Report that includes statements addressing the school’s policies, procedures, and programs concerning campus safety and security; including response to emergency situations and sexual offenses.
The law requires three years of statistical crime that was reported to have occurred on campus, in or on off campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the District and on public property within or immediately adjacent to the campus. This report is available electronically or you may request a paper copy by calling 405.364.5763, ext. 7327. MNTC will update and post this report each year by October 1.