HS Teacher - CTE, Fire Science (.33 FTE), Temp

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Career and Technical Education


High School Teacher - CTE, Fire Science, (.33 FTE) Part-Time, Temporary, 2021-2022 School Year

This position is anticipated to teach either Day 1 or Day 2 on a high school schedule, two periods every other day for the 2021-2022 School Year.

This position is (.33 FTE) - 5 hours 17 minutes every other day.

The North Clackamas School District is a growing district on Portland's east side. North Clackamas is known for its high quality of living. With approximately 2,000 employees, North Clackamas is nationally recognized for outstanding programs supported by the efficient utilization of resources. The North Clackamas community expects, and school leaders ensure, accountable and transparent investments that place funding as close to the student as possible. 

The North Clackamas School District strives to create an inclusive environment that welcomes and values the diversity of our staff and students. We foster fairness, equity, and inclusion to create a workplace environment where everyone is treated with respect and dignity. 

Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they meet every one of the qualifications as described in a job description.  We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We would encourage you to apply, even if you don't believe you meet every one of our qualifications described.  If you are unsure whether you meet the qualifications of this position, or how this would be determined, please feel free to contact Human Resources to discuss your application. Preference will be given to those applicants with work or lived experience with culturally, linguistically and racially diverse communities  

Position Summary:
The employee is primarily responsible for effective teaching and learning of the assigned subject(s) following district approved curriculum, instruction and assessment practices. Primary responsibility shall include student safety and appropriate collaboration and attention to each student’s readiness to learn including needed guidance, discipline, and welfare. Employee may teach in a variety of elementary and/or secondary educational, individual or team teaching, settings.
Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Technical Center has a part- time position teaching the history of fire science, safety and health, fire department communication, Personal Protection Equipment, building construction and fire behavior, fire control, fire prevention and emergency medical care. In addition, to also teach students how to take a hydrant, pull hose, tie knots and raise ladders.

Job Group:  Licensed Wage Placement Table

Annual Salary Range (2020-2021): $43,703- $82,703 (193-Day Contract).  This salary range DOES NOT INCLUDE the additional 6% district contribution to PERS upon eligibility.  Initial placement based on education, experience.  

The 2021-2022 salary schedule to be determined based on collective bargaining.

This salary range reflects 1.0 FTE.  Actual salary is pro-rated based on FTE and start date. 

Retirement Plan Contribution:
North Clackamas School District (NCSD) is a Public Employee's Retirement System (PERS) employer. PERS allows employees to contribute 6% of their salary to their Individual Account Program (IAP). However, NCSD makes the additional 6% contribution to its employee's IAP account. This means no money is taken out of employee paychecks, but the employee is still receiving 6% of the salary contributed to his/her retirement IAP account. In addition, NCSD makes a contribution to the employee's PERS OPSRP Pension Plan.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Must have 2,000 or more hours of experience in the firefighting and/or the fire service industry.
  2. Must have successful experience in working with culturally diverse families and communities, or have otherwise demonstrated a commitment to strengthening engagement of a diverse community and skill in communicating with a diverse population.
  3. Successful completion of a teacher certification program at an accredited college or university, and valid state certification(s) and/or endorsement(s).
  4. Must be eligible to obtain Oregon CTE teaching license:  CTE Restricted or Preliminary  License  with Legal and Protective Services or Public Services Endorsement.
  5. Evidence of continuous professional learning and a commitment to participate in professional growth opportunities and self-reflection on professional practice.
  6. Demonstrated content knowledge for subjects/levels being taught.
  7. Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing with parents, students, and staff.
  8. Commitment to effective collaboration and teaming within a professional learning community.
  9. Skill in classroom management and ability to achieve, support, and maintain acceptable student behavior.
  10. Knowledge of and ability to use appropriate and multiple assessment, instruction, and evaluation techniques.
  11. Knowledge of child and adolescent development and ability to apply that knowledge to the selection and application of curriculum materials and instructional practices.
  12. Knowledge and skill in the use of strategies necessary to meet the diverse needs of students.
  13. Knowledge and skill in culturally responsive teaching and learning.
  14. Skill and ability to utilize technology to aid instruction, assessment and learning.
  15. Any position specific special qualifications indicated in the recruitment process.

Desired Qualifications:
  1. Successful experience teaching in a diverse student environment.
  2. Successful experience in a team teaching environment.
  3. Successful experience in the grade level(s) - secondary students and content area(s).
  4. Bilingual skills.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:
  1. The teacher plans for student success based on assessed needs of individual students and the use of data and information to determine each student’s current knowledge and skill level, set learning goals, and assess student progress. The assessment of student needs utilizing multiple sources of information, including the use classroom based assessments, district approved measures and historical information. In planning for the inclusion of students with special needs, the teacher will utilize, and comply with student accommodation requirements under Individual Education Plans (IEP) and 504 accommodation.
  2. The teacher works collaboratively in a professional learning community with other teachers, support staff, and others as appropriate, in addressing the needs of students, developing effective teaching and learning practices, and developing and implementing best practices. Including participation in identifying, referring and supporting the needs of individual students.
  3. The teacher will regularly conduct planning for lessons using commonly accepted professional practice (content, goals, assessment, re-teaching, etc.) and consistent with school/district approved curriculum and instructional practice. The teacher uses research-based instructional strategies in planning lessons to make the teaching and learning more relevant to students (e.g., contextual learning opportunities).
  4. The teacher maintains and provides reasonable and meaningful student grading and evaluation consistent with school and district policy and regularly and effectively communicates such information to students and parents. Reporting may include regular posting to and maintenance of electronic grade systems with parent and student access.
  5. The teacher integrates district approved and/or required technology into planning, learning, progress reporting, and required record-keeping activities.
  6. The teacher creates, communicates, and maintains classroom management practices that effectively engage students in the learning process. Acceptable student behavior and related discipline procedures are well understood by students and consistently enforced to maintain a positive learning environment.
  7. The teacher will actively participate in faculty and grade level or department meetings, assist building efforts to plan, budget, implement, and evaluate the school’s program and to do related work as required. In carrying out these responsibilities, the teacher will follow school policy and procedures, standard practices, and approved curriculum, and will actively and positively support the school vision.
  8. The teacher participates in professional learning opportunities in support of District-wide mission, vision and goals.
  9. The teacher is constantly observant of the needs and challenges of students and promptly engages an administrator or appropriate educational staff associates when the teacher suspects or reasonably believes that a student is at risk or in danger due to such issues as bullying, sexual harassment/misconduct, depression or suicidal ideation, or academic failure. The teacher serves as a positive role model for students and practices the behaviors that are expected of students.
  10. The teacher assists in the supervision of students at school activities and events. The teacher remains vigilant of students throughout the school day and the school location, taking the initiative to engage students when students are acting inappropriately or in inappropriate locations for the time of day.
  11. The teacher will establish a professional growth plan and annually review the plan and progress with the administrator.
  12. The teacher will perform such other duties and responsibilities as are assigned.


Please refer to the attached job description for more detailed information. 


Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace. 

North Clackamas School District policy provides veterans and disabled veterans with preferences as required by law. 

The North Clackamas School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, disability, or age in its programs and activities, and provides equal access to designated youth groups such as the Boy Scouts. The following position has been designated to handle inquiries regarding discrimination: Title IX Coordinator, 12400 SE Freeman Way, Milwaukie, OR 97222.  For these Title 1X inquiries, please contact 503.353.6128. 

For employment related information, please go to our Human Resources employment page at  https://www.nclack.k12.or.us/hr/page/job-opportunities


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North Clackamas Schools

12400 SE Freeman Way , Milwaukie, OR 97222

At the following locations

Sabin-Schellenberg Center

12400 SE Freeman Way , Milwaukie, OR 97222