• ROP College and Career Program Specialist

    DEFINITION: Under the direction of the Director of Educational Services, the Mission Valley Regional Occupational Program (ROP) College and Career Program Specialist will assist in a wide variety of educational activities with emphasis in college articulations, UC a-g curriculum alignment; liaison with student services agencies; career guidance services; and other duties as required.


    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Provide leadership to teachers in UC a-g curriculum alignment.
    • Work with community colleges and Mission Valley ROP (MVROP) instructors to create and maintain articulation agreements.
    • Work with instructors and students to facilitate college credit gathering through articulations.
    • Maintain articulation, college credit and other data information.
    • Assist with job placement services for students and business partners.
    • Assist with business and industry advisory and career technical education committees.


    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Education:
    • Baccalaureate degree or higher from an accredited college/university preferred.


    Experience:
    • Experience in Regional Occupational Program (ROP) and Career Technical Education (CTE) preferred.
    • Business or industry experience is preferred.


    Knowledge of:
    • CTE and ROP operation principles and techniques.
    • College application process.


    Skills:
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and flexible attitude.
    • Effective facilitation, group process and problem solving skills.


    Ability to:
    • Work as a part of a team
    • Establish and maintain positive working relationships
    • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
    • Develop and maintain effective liaison relationships with participating school district staff as well as appropriate social service agencies and community organizations.
    • Use appropriate technology and to seek resources (local and statewide)
    • Conduct direct interaction with students for guidance.


    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
    • Performs work which is primarily in an office setting
    • Requires mobility of arms to reach and dexterity of hands to grasp and manipulate small objects (keyboard, telephone, and common office machines)
    • Requires vision (which may be corrected) to read small print
    • May require working at a computer screen for prolonged periods
    • Requires the mobility to stand, stoop, reach, and bend
    • Requires lifting, pushing and/or pulling office supplies, mail and packages which do not exceed 30 pounds and is an infrequent aspect of the job


    LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES Possession of a California Driver's License and an acceptable driving record is an ongoing requirement.


    OTHER CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT In accordance with California law and the Education Code, position incumbents must maintain a conviction free Department of Justice background record, which is relevant to the position.


    SALARY SCHEDULE: Classified Clerical
    SALARY RANGE: Step 2
    STIPEND for Associates, Bachelors, Masters or Doctorate Degree
    WORK HOURS/WORK YEAR: 8 hours per day; 231 work days per year; 11 months per year; 14 paid holidays; 11 paid vacation days per year


    BENEFITS:
    Retirement: Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)
    Medical: 100% paid by employee less employer contribution for those enrolled in MVROP plans.
    Dental: 100% paid by employer for full time employees (employer pays for employee only; dependents may be added at employee’s expense).
    Vision: 100% paid by employee

     

    TO APPLY:

    Apply through EdJoin.org by July 26, 2019.

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  • Fire Tech/ EMR Instructor

    Teach Fire Technology and Emergency Medical Responder course to high school students 16-18 years old. Applicants must demonstrate up-to-date knowledge of the subject matter and a variety of effective teaching methods in order to enhance student learning. Work experience in the fire technology and emergency medical responder field is required.


    Applicant must develop and implement lessons to teach skills required for students to master Fire Technology and Emergency Medical Responder career competencies such as but not limited to: firefighting tactics/strategies, physical agility, fire safety, ladder, hose and nozzle operations, tools, equipment, patient assessment, first aid and fire prevention Applicant must be adept at handling multiple levels of student interest and ability, comfortable utilizing technology as a core instructional strategy, must maintain an organized classroom environment, and adhere to safety protocols. Must also be able to attend monthly staff and cluster meetings.


    Applicant must be able to articulate a plan for expanding the business/industry advisory committee by seeking out and developing partnership relationships, which lead to job shadowing, mentoring, field trips, and internship opportunities for students. Applicant must be willing to develop and enhance current course outlines to implement recommendations from advisory committee.


    Minimum Qualifications: Applicant must possess or be willing to obtain a valid First Aid and Basic Life Support (BLS)/CPR Healthcare Provider certificate or be willing to become certified as an AHA BLS CPR instructor. Applicant must have three-five years of successful documentable experience in the fire technology and emergency medical responder field. Must be willing to obtain a Career Technical Education teaching credential before start date, OR possess a current Designated Subjects Vocational or Career Technical Education teaching credential in Public Services or equivalent. Single Subject Credential authorization will not meet requirement. See California Commission on Teaching Credentialing website for requirements http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl888.pdf. Must have or be willing to obtain the Certificate of Completion of Staff Development for English learners http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl824.pdf. Must be willing to obtain a Variable Term Waiver while completing credential requirements.


    School Year: August 15, 2019 – June 11, 2020 (186 days). Part-time Monday-Friday, 2 classes per day, however, subject to enrollment. Applicant must also be able to attend/ participate/
    coordinate monthly staff, cluster and bi-annual advisory meetings.


    The full-time salary range for teachers at MVROP based upon 2018-19 salary schedule is $57,956 - $70,281 to start. Salary placement based on education, experience, and assignment. Benefits include participation in State Teachers Retirement System (STRS) or Public Employees Retirement System (PERS). Employee/employer paid medical and dental benefits available. Employee paid vision benefit available.


    Apply through EdJoin.org or download application at www.mvrop.org. E-mail completed applications, resume, and letters of recommendation to personnel@mvrop.org by July 31, 2019.

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