Job Title: Substitute Instructors
Job Type: Salary / Exempt
FLSA Status: Part Time
Compensation: will discuss
Closing Date: Until Filled
Description: Residential Vocational Training Program for youth seeks an energetic, sharp, committed candidate to develop and administer engaging, effective Education Programs for 16-24 year olds.
This position supervises students in a classroom setting while providing quality applied instruction based on an approved basic academic or vocational curriculum. Instructors play an integral part in the individual case management and skill development of students. This is a per diem substitute teaching opportunity. We prefer to consider substitute instructors for full-time positions as they become available. The subject areas we teach in our Academic Instruction areas are Reading, English, Math, and GED preparation. The subject areas we teach in our Vocational Education areas are Certified Nursing Assistant, Medical Office Support, Facilities Maintenance, Auto Technician, and Culinary Arts.
Requirements: For Academic Instructors, Bachelors Degree in Education with a valid NYS teaching certificate in subject area. For Vocational Instructors, a minimum of one year experience in teaching or related field required and a valid in-state teaching certificate, licensure or accreditation required. Interested candidates, please apply by submitting a resume and cover letter via email (preferred) or fax.
Contact: Emma Teague
822 River Road
Glenmont, NY 12077
Equal Opportunity Statement
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