Senior Naval Science Instructor ( NJROTC)

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Employment Type
Full-time
Start Date
Immediately
Position Areas
Career and Technical Education

Description

Responsible to the site principal, the Senior Naval Science Instructor (SNSI) is responsible for carrying out policies relative to the administration of the NJROTC unit.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Perform such duties required by the NJROTC Regulations for Citizenship Development Program (NSTC M-5761.1B). These duties will include: directing the unit and advising school authorities on unit needs and program requirements; teaching the prescribed 3 or 4-year Naval Science curriculum, including writing and updating lesson plans and performing other lesson preparation requirements; instructing cadets in military drill; serving on routine faculty committees and performing curricular or extracurricular duties; counseling and mentoring students who participate in the program;providing guidance and information to cadets and other qualified students. Ensuring cadets observe the Chain-of-Command; ordering authorized government furnished equipment; arranging for the cleaning and tailoring of cadet uniforms; evaluating the condition of cadet uniforms and other government property for repair or replacement; performing simple preventive maintenance of training aids and devices; planning extracurricular activities for the unit, such as color/honor guard ceremonies, academic, drill and marksmanship team competitive meets, field trips, basic leadership training camps and ship cruises; preparing periodic reports on program administration and logistics; attending Navy-sponsored training to keep abreast of program requirements and ensuring cadets are trained in accordance with current requirements; taking courses to improve their teaching abilities and, for NJROTC instructors, meet all education requirements of 10 U.S.C. Secs. 2031 , 2032, and 2033, and any implementing regulations; establishing a good working relationship with guidance counselors and faculty members; making presentations to students at feeder schools at least annually to recruit new cadets into the program; maintaining the unit’s financial accounts and operating budget; establishing community support and recognition of the program; informing the school and public of unit activities and achievements.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: As per NSTC M-5761.1B

Posted By

Danville Public Schools

341 Main Street, Suite 100 P.O. Box 9600, Danville, VA 24543
 

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Danville Public Schools

341 Main Street, Suite 100 P.O. Box 9600, Danville, VA 24543



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Amount per Student

$10,979

State Average: $11,724

% ELL Students

3%

State Average: 9%

Student Teacher Ratio

14.14

State Average: 14.22

% IEP Students

15%

State Average: 13%

FTE

950

State Average: 801