Under the supervision of the Director and/or Assistant Director:
- Develops Career and Technical academic subject matter, along with social, behavioral, and other educational or related skill areas that will serve as the basis from DCSD Legacy Campus pathway programs;
- Along with postsecondary partners, plans/develops, organizes, implements, and assesses a comprehensive educational program for students; to include Career and Technical Education standards, concurrent enrollment requirements, and industry certification assessments, as appropriate;
- Establishes through intentional recruitment and industry partnerships a CTE advisory panel to ensure that the program pathway is relevant to workforce readiness, assists in other school programs as assigned;
- Creates a supportive and flexible program and environment conducive to learning and personal growth according to each student's ability and interests.
- Engages in recruitment and outreach activities in preparation for the opening of the building/pathway.
- Develops and promotes good community relations among various community and school clientele.
Other Licenses and Qualifications preferred:
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Architecture or related field, AND is eligible for postsecondary CTE credential including 2000 non-teaching occupational hours within the last 7 years; OR Current professional license in Architecture AND is eligible for postsecondary CTE credential including 4000 non-teaching occupational hours within the last 7 years
Education & Experience: Prior teaching experience preferred; Industry experience preferred; Computer Aided Drafting experience (Revit and Solidworks), possesses or is willing to obtain CAD certifications