Auto Collision (2021-2022 SY)
POSITION PURPOSE: To create and maintain a positive, stimulating environment for students to promote a culture of learning. Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate those objectives to students. Prepare, administer and evaluate tests and classroom assignments. Guide and counsel students with adjustment and/or academic difficulties, or special academic interests.
- Primarily responsible for the development, implementation and ongoing improvement of the program
- Work collaboratively with industry contacts to ensure appropriate program growth and compliance with South Carolina State standards for Auto Collision
- Work collaboratively with area businesses and industries to ensure maximum access for student internships and job shadow placements
- Provide training necessary to guide students toward successful completion of the program and corresponding certifications
- Work cooperatively with the administration, administrative staff, counselors, faculty, attendance office personnel, students, and parents in creating a positive school climate with the major emphasis on school attendance, discipline and safety
- Responsible for Program Competencies, Credit Equivalency and Articulation Agreements
- Responsible for review and update of policies and procedures which pertain to the program
- Responsible for compliance in managing the program budget in collaboration with the Director
- Manage student attendance and discipline in compliance with Academy protocol
- Provide individual consultation and contact with students and/or parents as needed and/or directed
- Participate in staff meetings, professional development, instructional methods, program/curriculum issues, professional growth plans, and Advisory Committees
- Curriculum and instructional development methods, assessment, and support
- Provide academic and employment and post-secondary advising for students
- Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation
- Participate in other duties as assigned by the Director of the Academy
- Principles and practices of the auto collision industry
- Promotion of and compliance with current state laws related to worksite and industry related safety, skills, and professionalism
- Ability to follow curriculum and class syllabus
- Working through/with student/family dynamics
- Computers/technology and related software for record keeping and data management and communication
- Teaming or consulting with other industry professionals, teachers, and support staff
- Interactive learning software and other forms of technology
- Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
- Provide technical leadership
- Organize and set priorities for auto collision program
- Work effectively under pressure and meet deadlines
- Work independently with minimal supervision
- Maintain a safe, clean and functional work environment
- Exercise good judgment and maintain confidentiality
- Demonstrate proficiency in written and oral communication skills
- Effective interpersonal skills/human relations, which demonstrate sensitivity to the and concerns of others
- Ability to successfully participate in team planning, programming, and organizational activities
- Holds or has the ability to obtain a South Carolina State Career & Technical Education Teaching Certificate, which includes documentation supporting four years of recent gainful employment in the Auto Collision industry; one year must be within the last six years
- Develop industry partnerships
- Develop and supervise internship sites in the community
- Promote the program and recruit for student enrollment
- Work independently, be highly flexible, and team oriented in a satellite program location
- Complete ASE and ICAR certification
- Four or more years of recent work experience in auto collision industry, or a related field
Unless reasonable accommodations can be made, while performing this job the staff member shall:
Use strength to lift items needed to perform the functions of the job.
Sit, stand and walk for required periods of time.
Speak and hear.
Use close vision, color vision, peripheral vision and depth perception along with the ability to focus vision.
Communicate effectively in English, using proper grammar and vocabulary. American Sign Language or Braille may also be considered as acceptable forms of communication.
Reach with hands and arms and use hands and fingers to handle objects and operate tools, technology equipment, computers, and/or controls.
- Work effectively with and respond to diverse cultures or backgrounds.
- Demonstrate professionalism and appropriate judgment in behavior, speech, and dress in a neat, clean and professional manner for the assignment and work setting.
- Have regular and punctual attendance.
- Follow all District policies, work procedures, and reasonable requests by the proper authorities.
REPORTS TO: Principal
DAYS PER YEAR: 190
SALARY CLASSIFICATION: Paid on the Certified Personnel Salary Schedule
EMPLOYEE GROUP: Certified
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Must apply online by completing an "Certified" application and adding this specific job to your online application.
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
EMPLOYEE'S ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT:
1. I have reviewed the above position description and understand its contents.
2. I am aware that my position description may be revised or updated at any time and once notified of changes, I remain responsible for knowledge of its contents.
3. I hereby certify that I possess the physical and mental ability to fulfill the essential functions of the above position with or without reasonable accommodation(s). If I require accommodation(s) in order to fulfill any or all of these functions, I agree to provide information to the District regarding the requested accommodation(s).
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