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Construction Technology Instructor

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Caddo Kiowa Technology Center is accepting applications for Construction Technology Instructor.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or working toward degree; meet requirements to qualify for a Provisional I teaching certificate (minimum); working toward Standard Certification in Trade and Industrial Education; WorkKeys credential preferred.

Additional Qualifications: Master carpenter and construction skills; basic plumbing and electrical knowledge preferred.

Submit letter of application, resume, educational background, and other appropriate information to

CKTC
Human Resources
PO Box 190
Fort Cobb, OK  73038

Applications accepted until a suitable applicant is found.  CKTC is an EOE employer.

 

CADDO KIOWA TECHNOLOGY CENTER

JOB DESCRIPTION

Position:

CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR

Primary Function:

Continuous School Improvement (CSI) through innovative programming that leads to positive student outcomes.  Build and maintain professional working relationships.  Provide instruction, curriculum, classroom management, and placement relating to instruction and student outcomes in the construction technology field.

Responsible to:

Instructional Leader

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree or working toward degree; meet requirements to qualify for a Provisional I teaching certificate (minimum); working toward Standard Certification in Trade and Industrial Education; WorkKeys credential preferred.

Skillset:

Master carpenter and construction skills; basic plumbing and electrical knowledge preferred.

Responsibilities:

 

General:

Participate in school wide Continuous School Improvement (CSI) initiatives.

 

Attend all local staff meetings, conferences, and approved professional development training at the local, district, and state levels.

 

Maintain good communications and work cooperatively with all staff to maintain a culture of CSI.

 

Perform various other duties assigned by the supervisor within the physical constraints of the position.

Essential:

Design and/or modify curriculum and technology for individualized learning.

 

Review and update all curriculum and technology to maintain alignment with approved ODCTE cluster, pathway, career majors, course syllabi, and pathway matrix duty task list and industry standards.

 

Manage classroom and students using Oklahoma Teacher and Leader Effectiveness (T.L.E.) Performance standards.

 

Serve as advisor for SKILLS USA student organization and maintain active membership.

 

Review program data and performance measures to determine Program Action plan and CSI action initiatives.

 

Articulate curriculum with credible credentials and higher education.

 

Review and update curriculum and technology equipment to maintain alignment with industry standards.

 

Assist students with employment and placement activities and complete follow up report for all students.

 

Coordinate and facilitate work based learning opportunities to include worksite training on campus and at business and industry sites.

 

Facilitate, guide and instruct students concerning attendance, classroom progress, employment opportunities, and school policies/procedures.

 

Organize and facilitate Business Education Council and maintain professional working relationship with business industry.

 

Develop and participate in Individual Professional Development and set leadership goals for CSI to include all aspects of career and technical education.

 

 

Employment Status and Terms:

(LENGTH OF CONTRACT/STAFF CLASSIFICATION/EMPLOYEE STATUS)
10 months       /           Certified               /     Annual   -   Exempt

Evaluation:

Performance appraisal conducted annually.

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 the position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Physical demands include stooping, kneeling, reaching, handling, occasionally lifting up to 50 lbs., finger dexterity, feeling, near and far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, naturally or with correction, isolation, close areas, and good eye-hand coordination or with suitable accommodations.
Be able to perform under stress when confronted with emergency, critical or unusual situations.

Work Environment:

 

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The employee is exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions.  The noise level in the work environment is moderate.

 

Instructional Leader

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Caddo Kiowa Technology Center is accepting applications for Instructional Leader.

Qualifications: Master’s degree, Principal’s Standard Certification and three to five years successful experience in education with a preference in career and technology education, administration experience preferred, ability to obtain technology center administrator credential within first year of employment; WorkKeys credential preferred; knowledge of curriculum and instructional programs, campus operations and campus safety; prefer experience with supervision and evaluation of instructors and staff; prefer knowledge of federal, state and district policies, procedures, laws and regulations.

Additional Qualifications: High level written and verbal communication skills; high level planning and organizational capability; operate within and build a cohesive team environment; develop, plan, schedule and implement Continuous School Improvement (CSI) action initiatives, activities, events and professional development; serve on emergency management team; read and interpret documents such as any policy and expectation documents, strategic plan, unified improvement plans, key performance measures indicators, staff contracts, evaluation rubrics, district, state and national policy documents, budget documents and curriculum proposals; effectively communicate with staff at all levels; effectively document all required paperwork and submit reports based on job responsibilities; expert level written and oral communication skills and ability to effectively communicate with stakeholders at all levels; communicate effectively with board of education, administrators, staff and parents; calculate figures and amounts as required for budgets and projects and interpreting statistical data; apply a common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form; deal with and resolve problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

Submit letter of application, resume, educational background, and other appropriate information to

CKTC
Human Resources
PO Box 190
Fort Cobb, OK  73038

Applications accepted until a suitable applicant is found.  CKTC is an EOE employer.

 

 

CADDO KIOWA TECHNOLOGY CENTER

JOB DESCRIPTION

 

 

Position:

Instructional Leader

Primary Function:

Lead school-wide Continuous School Improvement (CSI) efforts.  Work under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent to fulfill leadership and management responsibilities in institutional, programmatic and instructional matters.

Responsible to:

Assistant Superintendent as direct supervisor and Superintendent

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Master’s degree, Principal’s Standard Certification and three to five years successful experience in education with a preference in career and technology education, administration experience preferred, ability to obtain technology center administrator credential within first year of employment; WorkKeys credential preferred; knowledge of curriculum and instructional programs, campus operations and campus safety; prefer experience with supervision and evaluation of instructors and staff; prefer knowledge of federal, state and district policies, procedures, laws and regulations.

 

Skillset:

 

High level written and verbal communication skills; high level planning and organizational capability; operate within and build a cohesive team environment; develop, plan, schedule and implement Continuous School Improvement (CSI) action initiatives, activities, events and professional development; serve on emergency management team; read and interpret documents such as any policy and expectation documents, strategic plan, unified improvement plans, key performance measures indicators, staff contracts, evaluation rubrics, district, state and national policy documents, budget documents and curriculum proposals; effectively communicate with staff at all levels; effectively document all required paperwork and submit reports based on job responsibilities; expert level written and oral communication skills and ability to effectively communicate with stakeholders at all levels; communicate effectively with board of education, administrators, staff and parents; calculate figures and amounts as required for budgets and projects and interpreting statistical data; apply a common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form; deal with and resolve problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

Responsibilities:

 

General:

Serve as a member of the management team and be responsible to the Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent for designated outcomes.  Provide leadership to staff members as appropriate and delegate authority as needed while remaining responsible for delegated tasks and direct responsibilities.  Act as Assistant Superintendent in the Assistant Superintendent’s absence. Maintain good communications and work cooperatively with all staff. Perform various other duties assigned by the Assistant Superintendent within the physical constraints of the position.

   

 

Essential:

 

  1. Serve on administrative team for CSI.
  2. Serve as team member for campus wide emergency management.
  3. Assist emergency management coordinator with emergency management plan.
  4. Serve as the instructional leader (supervisor) for programs and departments and ensure implementation and evaluation of the strategic plan throughout every aspect of student services and full-time programs.
  5. Foster a positive and cooperative team atmosphere for all staff through clear, high expectations utilizing informal and formal observations and feedback.
  6. Supervise staff according to the CSI Strategic Plan and policies and procedures.
  7.  Evaluate programs/teachers based on the Teacher & Leader Effectiveness (TLE) and the CSI Strategic Plan.
  8. Foster communication and collaboration among staff, parents, volunteers and students to support school goals; encourage participation from all stakeholders in school programs and activities.
  9. Supervise, guide and integrate curricular and instructional programs through the application and implementation of programs and Career Majors to ensure student achievement is maximized.
  10. Stay current in and demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of effective, research-based CSI practices to improve student achievement.
  11. In collaboration with administration and the Director of Instructional Technology, oversee the effective use of data to monitor and evaluate student and programmatic progress and lead instructional/curricular improvement.
  12. Build and maintain professional and beneficial relationships with partner schools, the business community and higher education.
  13. Oversee, in coordination with administration, compliance with reports, policies, procedures and regulations for the following entities: federal, state, district, grant authorities.
  14. Assist administration in defining personnel needs, establishing goals and formulating policies and procedures.
  15. Participate in budget planning and be responsible for approval of budgets and purchasing for instructional programs and student services to ensure effective and efficient use and maintenance of existing supplies and facilities.
  16. Responsible for evaluating situations, solving problems and/or resolving conflicts related to student behavior and attendance.

Employment Status and Terms:

(LENGTH OF CONTRACT / STAFF CLASSIFICATION / EMPLOYEE STATUS)
12 month          /             Certified              /   Annual  -  Exempt

Evaluation:

Performance appraisal conducted annually.

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.
Physical demands include stooping, kneeling, reaching, handling, occasionally lifting up to 10 pounds, finger dexterity, feeling, learning, near acuity, far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, naturally or with correction, isolation, close areas, and good eye-hand coordination or with suitable accommodations.
Be able to perform under stress when confronted with emergency, critical, or unusual situations.

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.
This position must attend to the needs of staff, administrators, parents and the board of education. Work may consist of ten (10) plus hour days with weekend work required from time to time. The school is subject to changing work environments, adaptation of new educational principles and values, and evolving culture. Adaptability to change is essential.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts. The employee is exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is light to occasionally moderate.

 

Early Care Position

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Caddo Kiowa Technology Center is accepting applications for Early Care and Education Cook Assistant / Teacher Assistant.

Qualifications: 18 years old; complete national criminal history background check; HS Diploma; Child Development Associate Credential (CDA)-preferred; WorkKeys credential-preferred; maintain current CACFP training; strong math skills; maintain current CPR/FA certificate.

Additional Qualifications: able to engage with children on the floor and playground; able to perform essential functions related to care of young children; physical stamina to stand for long periods of time; lift minimum of 30 lbs.

Submit letter of application, resume, educational background, and other appropriate information to

CKTC
Human Resources
PO Box 190
Fort Cobb, OK  73038

Applications accepted until a suitable applicant is found.  CKTC is an EOE employer.

JOB DESCRIPTION

 

 

Position:

Early Care & Education Cook Assistant / Teacher Assistant

Primary Function:

To distribute meals and snacks in a nutritional and attractive manner.  Ensure kitchen is operational and in compliance with various accreditation codes.    Perform duties related to the care and well-being of children birth to 12 years in the child development center.

Responsible to:

Early Care & Education Director/Assistant Director

Minimum Qualifications:

Maintain current CACFP training (or be willing to train); strong math skills for figuring measurements with CACFP; ability to think logically, follow instructions, handle responsibilities, demonstrate emotional maturity and stability; maintain a current CPR/FA certificate; 18 years of age; complete a national criminal history background check; High school diploma; Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) – preferred; WorkKeys credential – preferred

Skillset:

Physical stamina to stand for long periods of time; lift a minimum of 30 pounds; ability to communicate in a mature manner with correct grammar with children and adults; exercise tact, discretion, and good judgment
Able to actively engage with young children on the floor and playground.
Ability to perform essential job functions related to care and well-being of young children.
Recognize and act to correct hazards to physical safety, both indoors and outdoors.
Work with children without recourse to physical punishment, mistreatment, or child abuse.
Demonstrate good judgment as evidenced by prudent and responsible behavior that reasonably ensures the health and safety of children in care.

Responsibilities:

 

General:

Keep unauthorized person(s) out of the kitchen.

 

To interact with the children and encourage involvement in learning activities.

 

Report any equipment service, damage, or repair to the Assistant Director.

 

To attend staff and other required meetings.

 

Shall acquire 20 hours annually of professional training.

 

Shall abide by the policies of the Employee Manual and the Minimum Standards for Licensed Child Care Centers of Oklahoma.

 

Maintain good communications and work cooperatively with all co-workers and administrative staff.

 

Perform various other duties assigned by the supervisor within the physical constraints of the position.

 

 

Essential:

Ensure that daily operations are completed.  Such as:  washing dishes, trays, utensils, glasses, cookware, cooking surfaces, counter tops, and floors.

 

Preparation and distribution of breakfast, lunch, and snack each day at scheduled times.

 

Maintain the food storage areas in a neat and organized manner.

 

Assist in maintaining CACFP paperwork, menu planning, and milk inventory.

 

Checking in delivered food items and ensure proper storage.

 

To prepare a warm, safe, orderly, clean and appealing environment in which children can grow and explore and learn.

 

Implement daily lessons.

 

To establish and maintain good communications with parents through daily contact.

 

To observe, record and report significant individual and group behavior.

 

To use appropriate, consistent and positive discipline.

 

To keep toys and equipment clean and in good condition.

 

Maintain a clean, neat room, cabinets, and closets at all times.

 

 

Employment Status and Terms:

(LENGTH OF CONTRACT/STAFF CLASSIFICATION/EMPLOYEE STATUS)
12  months         /         Classified                /       Annual  -  non-exempt

Evaluation:

Performance appraisal conducted annually.

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 the position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Physical demands include stooping, kneeling, reaching, handling, occasionally lifting up to 50 pounds, finger dexterity, feeling, near & far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, naturally or with correction, isolation, close areas, and good eye-hand coordination or with suitable accommodations.
Be able to perform under stress when confronted with emergency, critical, or unusual situations.

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position.  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 exposed to moving mechanical parts.  The employee is exposed to outside weather conditions.  The noise level in the work environment is moderate.