Shelby County Schools looking for a veteran of the Agricultural Engineering industry to pass along their knowledge as a classroom teacher.
The district’s CCTE program has successfully transitioned experienced professionals with no teaching background into successful educators. We will provide you with ongoing training and the tools needed to conduct our curriculum.
In the Classroom:
Agricultural Engineering and Applied Technologies prepares students for careers or further study in engineering, environmental science, agricultural design and research, and agricultural mechanics. Courses in this program of study address navigation, maintenance, repair, and overhaul of electrical motors, hydraulic systems, and fuel-powered engines. In addition, special emphasis is given to the many modern applications of geographic information systems (GIS) and global positioning systems (GPS) to achieve various agricultural goals, preparing students for immediate application of these skills in a career setting or postsecondary institution
In this position, you will:
- Encourage and train students, in the field of Agriculture
- Teach the district’s established curriculum
- Demonstrate structural systems techniques in our fully equipped facility
- Instruct students about safety
- Evaluate student performance
- Maintain a focused and engaging learning environment
- Report to the Principal and CTE Director(s)
- 5 or more years of field experience
- Experience with 2-4 Cycle Engines
- Strong communication skills
- A good understanding of the agriculture industry and potential career pathways for students
- High School diploma or GED
Why You Should Work for SCS:
SCS Ready Grad programs feature 40+ College, Career & Technical Education (CCTE) course offerings that give students the real world skills, education and experience to pursue any path after graduation. It’s the most valuable high school experience a student can get! From STEM, business and manufacturing to health services, hospitality, IT and many more, students have access to dozens of college courses and job certifications in high-demand fields while they’re in high school. Plus, our Early College programs allow students to take courses for credit on local college campuses, and our industry partners provide exciting opportunities for internships and job placement.