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Secondary Science Teacher – Long Term Substitute Teacher

TITLE: Secondary Science Teacher – Long Term Substitute Teacher
LOCATION: Charles Bohlen Technical Center, Watertown, New York
DUTIES: The successful candidate will work collaboratively with a team of educators to provide science instruction integrated in the Career and Technical Education program.
Duties include:
? Collaborative planning and delivery of scientific concepts and science standards related to Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Cosmetology, Automotive, Auto Body, Electrical Trades, etc.
? Utilize non-traditional approach and inventive teaching strategies to teach commencement level science in a CTE setting
? Utilize motivational strategies to help students to succeed
QUALIFICATIONS: New York State Teacher Certification in Biology 7-12 or Physics 7-12 or Chemistry 7-12 Preferred
SALARY: $231.80 - $241.80 per day – (with Board of Ed. Approval)
STARTING DATE: As soon as possible
END DATE: Thirty days but possibly through the end of the school year
APPLY BY: 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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