School Instructional Staff

 Postings as of 2/21/2018

 

Health Technology - Instructor
Abbott Technical High School, Danbury, CT

  • #109 - Health Occupations. Candidate must be an RN with a minimum of an Associate’s Degree and eight (8) years of professional experience.  Preferred candidate has experience teaching, preparing lesson plans and differentiated learning.  Program will include introduction of students to health care field, instruction in anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, the study of human behavior through the life span, classroom instruction and clinical instruction for nursing assistant certification, medical assistant and advanced career exploration. Preference may be given to those candidates who have completed the following courses at CCSU; VTE 113, VTE 116 and Special Education. Obtain CPR instructor certification within one year of employment. Obtaining a CDL license with the proper endorsements within one year of employment is required to drive the student transport vehicle.

  • Closing date is February 22, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

  • OUR LOCATION IS 450 COLUMBUS BLVD. HARTFORD

  • APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA U.S. MAIL, INTEROFFICE OR HAND
    DELIVERED ONLY.


English - Instructor
Bullard-Havens Technical High School, Bridgeport, CT

  • #015-English - Application materials should provide specific examples of knowledge, skill and ability and preferred secondary-level experience and training in the following areas in order to be considered: CT English Language Arts Standards and CT Core Standards. Teaching practices that reflect current pedagogy of learning and teaching in English i.e. create student-centered classroom, mastery-based instruction. Standards-based lesson planning in English Language Arts 21st century skills and interdisciplinary learning. Differentiated instructional strategies. SRBI strategies and practices. Positive classroom climate strategies.  Varied assessments to inform instruction and promote learning. Technology-embedded instruction i.e. blended learning. Teaching students of varying abilities including teaching skill development and advanced placement classes i.e. AP™, UCONN ECE, IB™.  Collaboration with colleagues in planning instruction and assessment.  Leadership roles in teaching and learning.  Participation/ membership in professional organizations related to the field of English Language Arts.  Student activity coordination at the school or community level.

  • Closing date is March 7, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

  • OUR LOCATIOIN IS 450 COLUMBUS BLVD. HARTFORD

  • APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA U.S. MAIL, INTEROFFICE OR HAND DELIVERED ONLY.

Mathematics - Instructor
Bullard-Havens Technical High School, Bridgeport, CT

    #029- Math or qualify for a Durational Shortage Area Permit (DSAP). Application materials should document the following experiences, skills and training in effective instruction to help students meet learning standards: Experience in creating student-centered learning environment by utilizing a blended learning environment including, but not limited to, the use of hand-held devices, web-based and software-based computer technologies as well as conventional approaches to teaching and learning; Experience utilizing technology for on-line submission of work and teacher feedback to support, track and manage student learning; Experience with effective standards-based lesson planning, integration of 21st Century skills and interdisciplinary learning; Experience with implementing differentiated instruction, positive classroom climate strategies, varied assessments for progress monitoring based on student needs; Experience teaching a wide range of math courses including teaching higher end courses such as Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus and Calculus; Relevant professional experiences related to the field of Mathematics, leadership role(s) in teaching and learning, collaboration with colleagues in planning instruction/assessment, involvement in student activities at the school-level, and involvement in relevant community experiences that positively connect to parents and youth. 

    Substitution:  As long as a candidate is certified (029) or qualifies for a DSAP, other relevant experiences outside of the teaching profession will be considered.

  • Closing date is March 7, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

  • OUR LOCATION IS 450 COLUMBUS BLVD. HARTFORD

  • APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA U.S. MAIL, INTEROFFICE OR HAND
    DELIVERED ONLY. 


HVAC - Instructor (Durational)
O'Brien Technical High School, Ansonia, CT

  • #090 - HVAC. Preferred candidate will have eight years of hands-on Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning experience in all aspects of the trade, and one of the following Department Head certifications: #092, #105, or #110,or qualify for a Durational Shortage Area Permit (DSAP). Applicant must possess a S-1 Unlimited Contractor’s License issued by the CT Department of Consumer Protection at the time of hiring. Successful candidate must acquire a CDL license with proper endorsement to drive the student transport vehicle, OSHA CFR-1926 10-hour card, BPI-Building Science Principles Certification, CPR and first aid certification within their first year of employment. Preference may be given to those candidates who have successfully completed the following courses at CCSU; VTE 113, VTE 116 and a Special Education course. Preferred candidates will have involvement in student/community activities, experience using technology for educational purposes, experience in differentiated instruction, classroom management, and lesson planning.

  • Closing date is February 22, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

  • OUR LOCATION IS 450 COLUMBUS BLVD. HARTFORD

  • APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA U.S. MAIL, INTEROFFICE MAIL OR HAND DELIVERED ONLY.

Special Education - Instructor
O'Brien Technical High School, Ansonia, CT

  • #165, #265 or #065 – Special Education Certifications: Application materials should provide evidence of the following knowledge and skills at the secondary level; Candidate must have full understanding of Special Education and 504 regulations including all legal and reporting requirements. Applicant should be able to demonstrate knowledge and experience with student evaluations including interpretation and report writing, assistive technology policies and practices, differentiated instruction and SRBI practices. Applicant must be able to demonstrate ability to write a student IEP which meets all legal requirements including appropriate goal development and progress monitoring through data collection.

  • Closing date is February 28, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

  • OUR LOCATIONS IS 450 COLUMBUS BLVD. HARTFORD

  • APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA U.S. MAIL, INTEROFFICE MAIL OR HAND DELIVERED ONLY.

TESOL  - Instructor
O'Brien Technical High School, Ansonia, CT

  • #111-TESOL Preferred candidate will have knowledge of English Learner (EL) instructional strategies for accessing subject area content, the CT CORE (CELP) Standards and ELs, use of differentiated instruction, LAS Links assessment, application of SRBI strategies; use of varied assessments for progress monitoring; collaboration with colleagues in planning instruction/assessment; explicit vocabulary instruction; experience using educational technology and strategies for creating positive rapport with students acquiring English as a second language. Candidates may apply for a TESOL Durational Shortage Area Permit (DSAP) if they qualify. The candidate must provide documentation as follows: must be certified in an academic subject, provide evidence of 12 semester hours of credit in appropriate TESOL coursework; OR if the educator already holds a valid teaching certificate that requires a BA, the requirements are just 12 semester hours of credit in TESOL toward a cross endorsement.

  • Closing date is February 28, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

  • OUR LOCATIONS IS 450 COLUMBUS BLVD. HARTFORD

  • APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA U.S. MAIL, INTEROFFICE MAIL OR HAND DELIVERED ONLY.


Collision Repair and Refinishing - Instructor
Prince Technical High School, Hartford, CT

  • #090- Collision Repair and Refinishing.  Candidate must have eight (8) years of relevant, varied, hands-on experience in the field of collision repair and refinishing. The following I-CAR certifications must be secured within the first year of employment: I-CAR ProLevel1 “Non-structural Repair” and I-CAR ProLevel1 “Refinishing”.  Preferred candidate will have experience in differentiated learning, classroom management, and lesson planning. Preferred candidate will have demonstrated involvement in student/community activities, and experience using technology for educational purposes. Preference may be given to those candidates who have completed the following courses at CCSU: VTE 113, VTE 116 and a Special Education course.

  • Closing date is February 27, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

  • OUR LOCATIONS IS 450 COLUMBUS BLVD. HARTFORD

  • APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA U.S. MAIL, INTEROFFICE MAIL OR HAND DELIVERED ONLY.

Automotive Technology - Dept. Head
Vinal Technical High School, Middletown, CT

  • #090 - Automotive Technology and one of the following Department Head certifications: #092, #105, or #110. Candidate must have eight years of relevant hands on experience.  Preferred candidate will have experience in differentiated learning, classroom management and lesson planning.  ASE certification in the following areas: A4 (Suspension and Steering), A5 (Brakes), A6 (Electrical/Electronics Systems) A8 (Engine Performance) are required. The following must be secured within the first year of employment: A1 (Engine Repair) A2 (Automatic Transmission/Transaxle), A3 (Manual Drive Train & Axles), A7 (Heating & Air Conditioning), G1 Auto Maintenance Light Repair). Preferred skills are for the instructor to have taken VTE 113, VTE 116 and Special Ed.  Involvement in student/community activities, and experience using technology for educational purposes.

  • INTERNAL CANDIDATES ONLY, closing date is February 28, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. INTERNAL CANDIDATES who are eligible for transfer/promotion must submit a transfer/promotion request form by the closing date. The form can be accessed by clicking the link http://www.cttech.org/transfer.html



Math - Instructor
Wright Technical High School, Stamford, CT

  • #029- Math or qualify for a Durational Shortage Area Permit (DSAP). Application materials should document the following experiences, skills and training in effective instruction to help students meet learning standards: Experience in creating student-centered learning environment by utilizing a blended learning environment including, but not limited to, the use of hand-held devices, web-based and software-based computer technologies as well as conventional approaches to teaching and learning; Experience utilizing technology for on-line submission of work and teacher feedback to support, track and manage student learning; Experience with effective standards-based lesson planning, integration of 21st Century skills and interdisciplinary learning; Experience with implementing differentiated instruction, positive classroom climate strategies, varied assessments for progress monitoring based on student needs; Experience teaching a wide range of math courses including teaching higher end courses such as Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus and Calculus; Relevant professional experiences related to the field of Mathematics, leadership role(s) in teaching and learning, collaboration with colleagues in planning instruction/assessment, involvement in student activities at the school-level, and involvement in relevant community experiences that positively connect to parents and youth.

  • Closing date is February 22, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

  • OUR LOCATIONS IS 450 COLUMBUS BLVD. HARTFORD

  • APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA U.S. MAIL, INTEROFFICE MAIL OR HAND DELIVERED ONLY.


Related Department Head
Wright Technical High School, Stamford, CT

  • Any instructor who holds at least one of the following certifications: Math #029, Science #30, 31, 32, 33 or 34, Art #042 or Computer Applications. Plus one of the following Department Head certifications: a #105 or #092 may apply. Any current employee who has a #110 certification prior to 10/8/2014 can be considered for this position. Application materials should document the following leadership experiences, skills and training which lead to effective instruction to help students meet learning standards: Experience utilizing a blended learning environment including, but not limited to, the use of hand-held devices, web-based and software-based computer technologies as well as conventional approaches to teaching and learning; Experience utilizing technology for on-line submission of work and teacher feedback to support, track and manage student learning; Experience with effective standards-based lesson planning, integration of 21st Century skills and interdisciplinary learning; Experience with implementing differentiated instruction, positive classroom climate strategies, varied assessments for progress monitoring based on student needs; Relevant professional experiences related to interdisciplinary content and a clear understanding of Connecticut Core Standards for Math and ELA as well as NGSS and STEM leadership role(s) in teaching and learning, collaboration with colleagues in planning instruction/assessment, involvement in student activities at the school-level, and involvement in relevant community experiences that positively connect to parents and youth.

  • Closing date is February 22, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

  • OUR LOCATIONS IS 450 COLUMBUS BLVD. HARTFORD

  • APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA U.S. MAIL, INTEROFFICE MAIL OR HAND DELIVERED ONLY.

Special Education - Dept. Head
Wright Technical High School, Stamford, CT

  • #265, #165 or #065 – Special Education and one of the following Department Head Certifications: #092 or a #105. Any current employee who has a #110 certification prior to 10/8/2014 can be considered for this position. Application materials should provide evidence of the following knowledge and skills at the secondary level; Candidate must have full understanding of Special Education and 504 regulations including all legal and reporting requirements. Applicant should be able to demonstrate knowledge and experience with all student evaluations including interpretation and report writing, Assistive Technology policies and practices, differentiated instruction and SRBI practices. Applicant must be able to demonstrate ability to write a student IEP which meets all legal requirements including appropriate goal development and progress monitoring through data collection. Applicant should demonstrate leadership in the area of special education.

  • Closing date is February 22, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

  • OUR LOCATIONS IS 450 COLUMBUS BLVD. HARTFORD

  • APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA U.S. MAIL, INTEROFFICE MAIL OR HAND DELIVERED ONLY.


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