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Environmental and Agricultural Studies Teacher

TITLE: Environmental and Agricultural Studies Teacher
LOCATION: Charles H. Bohlen Technical Center and Regional Partner Sites, Watertown, NY
The successful candidate will work collaboratively with a team of educators and local industry partners to provide a program of instruction in Environmental and Agricultural Career Pursuit. A project-based learning approach will be key. Duties include:
? Collaborating with colleagues to integrate academics, literacy, and technology with high school Math, Science, Government and Economics
? Preparing students for careers and post-secondary education related to Environmental and Agricultural pathways
? Networking with environmental and agricultural business and industry partners
? Meeting / planning regularly with local industry advisory committee for continuous improvement of the program
? Preparing students for national industry-based technical assessment.
QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates possess NYS Certification OR be eligible for a Transitional A Certificate in one of the below titles.
? Agriculture Production, Science & Business (preferred) OR
? Agricultural Engineering & Mechanics OR
? Plant Science OR
? Animal Science OR
? Natural Resources & Ecology
Candidates applying for a Transitional A Certificate must possess at least the minimum requirements per NYS Education which is a combination of experience in the field, education, and required workshops and tests.
Field experience in agriculture and eligibility for teaching certificate required.
Associates, Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in agriculture or closely related field preferred; teaching experience preferred.
SALARY: $47,330 – $53,730. Commensurate with certification/experience in keeping with the current negotiated agreement with the BOCES Professional Association. Potential Summer Curriculum Work paid at $25/Hour.
STARTING DATE: September 1, 2020
CLOSING DATE: February 24, 2020
TO APPLY: Complete the on-line application and apply at
Upload cover letter, resume and transcripts with your on line application.

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