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Career Technical Training Instructor- Computer Technology at Shriver Job Corps

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Posted: 12/05/2021

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Job Summary: Teaches the basic principles and concepts of assigned career technical education skills to students.


  • Works towards meeting performance management goals established by the company and the National Director of Job Corps via OMS and CTT Report Cards.
  • Work closely with the designated Center Safety Officer, and the Health and Wellness Manager, on all matters concerning the health and safety of students.
  • Remain current and knowledgeable regarding available industry certifications, prerequisites, and examination requirements.
  • Provide instruction and remedial training support that will enable students to overcome barriers in obtaining industry certifications or participating in Advanced Training (AT), Apprenticeships or Advanced Career Training (ACT).
  • Provide contextual learning opportunities for students to improve academic skills in the CTT learning environment.
  • Collaborate in developing lessons, activities, and other instructional supports to ensure that industry certification requirements are addressed in the academic and career technical settings.
  • Maintain a comprehensive working knowledge of current industry skills, safety, and health requirements.
  • Develops and implements CTT programs in compliance with approved Course Guides and Training Achievement Records.
  • Updates eTARs at on a weekly basis to credit student skill attainment.
  • Recommends curriculum materials aligned with course completion and certification requirements.
  • Fully support the functioning of the Center Workforce Council, and the center’s business and community activities, including the Community Relations Council, to improve the quality of career technical training programs and creating meaningful linkages with individual employers, labor and business organizations, One-Stop centers/partners, state and local Workforce Development Boards and youth standing committees, where established.
  • Works closely with the Center Director’s designee for disability issues to ensure that students with disabilities who are interested assigned trade is provided reasonable accommodations/modifications, if needed, to perform the trade-related skills required by the Training Achievement Records (TARs).
  • Provides input on the maintenance of the Career Development Services System Plan.
  • Ensures students are taught the importance of attaining and applying the career success and applied academic standards listed in each TAR.
  • Tailors instructional methods and expected rates of progress to the learning styles, abilities, and career goals of individual students.
  • Work closely with center staff to develop student schedules. Every effort shall be made to schedule students to attend career technical classes for the maximum period per day, including an appropriate amount of time for lunch.
  • Deliver training in the context of projects or workplace situations, using workplace materials and employer and Workforce Council input whenever possible.
  • Incorporate work-based learning (WBL) as a primary instructional approach to the delivery of applied and contextual training.
  • Ensures instructional approach support students’ career development goals, the Zero Tolerance Policy, mastery of Career Success Standards, and college and career readiness.
  • Develop year-round job-shadowing opportunities with community, industry, and employers, which will enhance students’ education and career technical skills training.
  • Provide students with periodic feedback and assessments of progress in achieving their career development goals. (ESP)
  • Collaborate with students in setting or revising their short- and long-term goals that will lead to achievement of career goals. (PCDP)
  • Maintains good housekeeping in all areas and complies with safety practices.
  • Complies with all DOL guidelines, OFCCP regulations, Job Corps notices and bulletins, company and center policies and procedures.
  • Monitors, Mentors, and Models Career Success Standards and Employability Skills.
  • Intervene and correct inappropriate student behavior and nonperformance
  • Complies with all state regulations related to testing and certification.
  • Records and forwards daily attendance to the records department.
  • Maintains building and equipment and ensures proper measures are taken for the care of equipment and supplies.
  • Participates in PRH mandated staff training and performs other duties as assigned (e.g. monitoring, assessment, transportation, etc.)
  • Performs other duties as assigned within the individual’s scope and capabilities.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Above average public speaking skills and experience in same; above average verbal and written skills; above average problem solving and conflict resolution skills; computer literacy specifically Internet, Email, Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.

Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and related experience.


License, certificate, credentials: Must be licensed, certified or accredited by professional trade organization in the state in which the center is located. Valid State Driver’s License.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and stand and walk; to reach with hands and arms and talk and listen. The employee is occasionally required to sit; to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; to taste and to smell. The employee must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision capabilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and peripheral vision.

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level can vary from quiet to loud.

This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Therefore, the employee may be requested to perform other reasonable related duties as assigned by the immediate supervisor and other management as required. The company reserves the right to revise or change job duties as business requirements dictate. It is mutually agreed that the description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment. It is also understood that the company reserves the right to change work schedules as required, including overtime.



We offer equal employment opportunities to all persons without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex (including gender identity and sexual orientation), genetic information, national origin, citizenship status, pregnancy and related medical conditions, physical or mental disability, or past, present, or future service in the Uniformed Services of the U.S., or any other legally protected status.

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