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CTT Instructor Substitute/On-Call

SERRATO CORPORATION

CTT Instructor Substitute/On-Call

Long Beach, CA
Full Time
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    +--------------------+--------------------+--------------------+--------------------+ | POSITION | Career Technical | REPORTS TO | CTT Manager | | | Training | | | | | Instructor - | | | | | Substitute | | | +--------------------+--------------------+--------------------+--------------------+ | DEPARTMENT | Career Technical | FLSA STATUS | Non-exempt - | | | Training | | On-call | +--------------------+--------------------+--------------------+--------------------+


    +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | PRIMARY POSITION OBJECTIVES | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | This position is an on-call position and is distinguished from a CTT | | Instructor in that WORK IS ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS. The CTT instructor’s | | responsibilities include all aspects of instruction and the learning | | experience of the students. Ensures rigor and relevance of subjects | | taught. Collaborates with academic instructors in the delivery of | | applied academics. | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+


    +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | - Performs on-call/ substitute services as a Career Technical | | Trade Instructor. | | - Teaches the basic principles and concepts of vocational skills to | | students | | - Maintains a high degree of discipline within classroom setting in | | order to ensure maximum learning/classroom management. | | - Works with academic instructors in coordinating curriculum | | development and delivering applied academics. | | - Uses all possible curricular resources available on Center. | | - Ensures adequate classroom preparation. | | - Works towards meeting performance management goals established by | | the company and the National Director of Job Corps via OMS and CTT | | Report Cards | | - Provide instruction and remedial training support that will enable | | students to overcome barriers in obtaining industry certifications | | or participating in Advanced Training (AT) or Advanced Career | | Training (ACT). | | - Ensures proper maintenance of student personal folders, recording | | personal data, including test scores, evaluations, attendance, | | incident reports, achievement awards and any other pertinent | | information concerning students. | | - Records and forwards daily attendance to the Records Department. | | - Assists in the completion of students’ resume. | | - Provide contextual learning opportunities for students to improve | | academic skills in the CTT learning environment. | | - Works closely with the Center Director’s designee for disability | | issues to ensure that students with disabilities who are interested | | assigned trade is provided reasonable accommodations/modifications, | | if needed, to perform the trade-related skills required by the | | Training Achievement Records (TARs) | | - Ensures students are taught the importance of attaining and applying | | the career success and applied academic standards listed in | | each TAR. | | - Updates eTARs at on a weekly basis to credit student skill | | attainment | | - Tailors instructional methods and expected rates of progress to the | | learning styles, abilities, and career goals of individual students. | | - Complies with all state regulations related to testing | | and certification. | | - Intervene and correct inappropriate student behavior and | | nonperformance | | - Develop year-round job-shadowing opportunities with community, | | industry, and employers, which will enhance students’ education and | | career technical skills training. | | - Incorporate work-based learning (WBL) as a primary instructional | | approach to the delivery of applied and contextual training. | | - Performs driving responsibilities and monitoring activities | | when needed. | | - Endeavors to promote a positive and desirable atmosphere within the | | classroom setting to ensure maximum student motivation | | and participation. | | - Work closely with the designated Student Personnel Officer, and the | | Health and Wellness Manager, on all matters concerning the health | | and safety of students. | | - Work closely with center staff to develop student schedules. Every | | effort shall be made to schedule students to attend career technical | | classes for the maximum period per day, including an appropriate | | amount of time for lunch. | | - Remain current and knowledgeable regarding available industry | | certifications, prerequisites, and examination requirements. | | - Maintain a comprehensive working knowledge of current industry | | skills, safety, and health requirements | | - Deliver training in the context of projects or workplace situations, | | using workplace materials and employer and Industry Council input | | whenever possible. | | - Ensure instructional materials are upgraded as necessary to remain | | aligned with the latest industry and training standards to | | promote certification. | | - Collaborate with students in setting or revising their short- and | | long-term goals that will lead to achievement of career goals. | | (PCDP/PARs) | | - Provides input on the maintenance of the Career Development Services | | System Plan. | | - Establishes a high degree of student/instructor rapport. | | - Participates in student performance evaluations as required | | or requested. | | - Provide students with periodic feedback and assessments of progress | | in achieving their career development goals. (ESP) | | - Maintains building and equipment and ensures proper measures are | | taken for the care of equipment and supplies. | | - Ensures instructional approach support students’ career development | | goals, the Zero Tolerance Policy, mastery of Career Success | | Standards, and college and career readiness. | | - Works towards meeting performance standard goals. | | - Adheres to required property control policies and procedures. | | - Follows CDSS plan and Code of Conduct system daily. | | - Maintains good housekeeping in all areas and complies with | | safety practices. | | - Complies with all DOL guidelines, OFCCP regulation, Quality | | Assurance Plan (QAP), Serrato policies and procedures, Job Corps | | notices and bulletins, and Center policies and procedures. | | - Helps students become more employable through | | continuous reinforcement. | | - Ensures that Casenotes are updated at least monthly to include | | progress from all areas. | | - Participates in PRH mandated staff training. Failure to participate | | may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination. | | - Performs other duties as assigned. | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+


    +--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------+ | KEY COMPETENCIES | PERFORMANCE STANDARDS/RESULTS | +--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------+ | Effective | - Presents information both | | | clearly and concisely and | | Communication | regularly confirms correct | | | interpretation of information. | | | - Very high standard of | | | communication skills both | | | written and verbal for the | | | presentation of facts and ideas. | | | - Shows professional non-verbal | | | body language and actively | | | listens to others. | +--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------+ | Organization of Work | - Action oriented. Demonstrates | | | the ability to handle several | | | projects simultaneously with | | | decision making, flexibility, | | | and problem solving. | | | - Implements the key principles of | | | time management, task allocation | | | and priority assignment in | | | addition to | | | personal organization. | | | - Shows attention to detail and | | | ability to complete work with | | | the highest level of accuracy | | | and efficiency. | | | - Continually seek ways to improve | | | employment service provided via | | | development of professional | | | skills and personal growth. | +--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------+

    +--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------+ | Professionalism | - Demonstrates professional | | | interpersonal skills when | | | interacting with others. Abides | | | by Serrato Corporation's Healthy | | | Workplace Environment Policy. | | | - Acts as a team player and builds | | | professional relationships with | | | coworkers to achieve goals. | | | | +--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------+ | Leadership & Management | - Ability to exceptionally manage | | | and lead students from | | | diverse backgrounds. | | | - Committed to investing in and | | | developing students and | | | positioning them to succeed. | | | - Mission-oriented and possesses a | | | strategic vision. | | | - Motivates students and provides | | | coaching and/or feedback | | | when needed. | +--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------+


    +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | QUALIFICATIONS | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | - To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to | | perform each essential duty satisfactorily. | | - Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications including Word, Power | | Point, Outlook, and Excel. | | - Computer literacy with basic computer functions, email, internet, | | and basic programs such as Adobe Acrobat. | | - Ability to perform the major duties in the trade of instruction and | | current knowledge of subject area. | | - High level of communication, interpersonal, analytical, and | | organizational skills. | | - High level of ability to motivate, inspire, and train students | | effectively. | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+


    +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | EXPERIENCE | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | Two years’ experience in the trade of instruction. One year of teaching | | experience required. | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+


    +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | EDUCATION | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | High School Diploma or equivalent. | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+


    +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | - Certified, licensed, or accredited in the state in which the Center | | is located or is accredited by a professional trade organization. | | - For NTC, instructor must be certified by union or trade | | organization, or by a national trade certifying organization. (RO | | may waive if Center is unable to hire certified or licensed | | instructors, but candidates must pursue certification.) | | - Valid State Driver’s License. | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+


    +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | PHYSICAL DEMANDS | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | The physical demands described here are representative of those that | | must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential | | functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable | | individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While | | performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to | | sit; use hands and fingers to handle or feel; to reach with hands and | | arms; and talk and listen. The employee must be able to occasionally | | lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision capabilities required | | by this job include close vision, distance vision, and peripheral | | vision. | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+


    +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | WORK ENVIRONMENT | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | The work environment characteristics described here are representative | | of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions | | of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals | | with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing | | the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to outdoor | | weather conditions. The noise level can vary from moderate to loud. | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+


    +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | BENEFITS OFFERED | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | - Paid Short Term / Long Term Disability and basic life insurance. | | - Health care insurance available (medical, dental, vision, critical | | illness, accident, HSA, and FSA) | | - Paid Holidays | | - Paid Time Off | | - 401K & 401K Matching | | - Tutiton Reimbursement | | - Employee Assistance Counseling Service Program | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+


    +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | DISCLAIMERS | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | - Serrato Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer | | - Serrato Corporation conducts background checks and drug screens. | +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+