• Arts, Media, and Entertainment Instructor


    Teach Digital Imaging, Computer Animation, and Game Design to high school students. Applicant 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 business field required. Prior high school teaching experience preferred but not required.

    Applicant must demonstrate knowledge of current industry standards/technology to include Adobe Flash, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premier, Unity Game Engine or equivalent, 3DS MAX, MAYA or equivalent. 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.

    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: 3 years of successful documentable experience in Digital Imaging, Computer Animation and Game Design industry. Must be willing to obtain a Career Technical Education teaching credential, OR possess a current Designated Subjects Vocational or Career Technical Education teaching credential in Arts, Media, and Entertainment 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.

    Start Date: August 16, 2017
    School Year: August 30, 2017-June 14, 2018
    Applicant must also be able to attend/participate/coordinate monthly staff, cluster and bi-annual advisory meetings.

    Full time salary range for teachers at MVROP based upon the 2016-2017 salary schedule is $61,975-$73,277 to start. Teachers with longevity at MVROP and appropriate education may earn as much as $104,902. Salary placement based on education, experience, and assignment. Benefits include participation in State Teachers Retirement System (STRS) or Public Employees Retirement System (PERS). Employee paid medical benefits available.

    Applications can be downloaded at www.mvrop.org. E-mail resumes and completed applications to personnel@mvrop.org by Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at 4 p.m. or apply through edjoin.org.

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  • Substitute Teachers

    By Aldinger/ Castaneda

    Teach Career Technical Education (CTE) courses to high school and/or adult students. Applicants must demonstrate a variety of effective teaching methods in order to enhance student learning. In addition, the ability to enter the classroom with minimal notification and keep students engaged and on task is highly desirable.

    1. We accept the following credential holders as substitutes (credential must be valid, not expired):
    - Single Subject
    -Multiple Subject
    - Pupil Services
    - Administrative Services
    - CTE
    - Vocational (full-time)

    2. In addition, individuals with a high school diploma and 3 years’ industry experience may apply for an emergency 30 day CTE substitute permit through Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE)

    Substitute Rate: $32.60 per hour
    School Year: August 31, 2016 - June 30, 2017
    Substitutes will be “on call” to fill position as needed

    To Apply:
    Applications can be downloaded at www.mvrop.org Scan completed applications; e-mail completed applications and resume to personnel@mvrop.org or apply on edjoin.org.

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