Secondary Business Education TeacherDAVENPORT SCHOOL DISTRICT
Davenport School District is seeking a Secondary Business Education Teacher.
The Successful Candidate Shall:
Demonstrate ability to design and implement effective, relevant, and engaging business education instruction.
Demonstrate strong knowledge and ability to meet established competencies and content as outlined in the OSPI approved Curriculum Frameworks.
Maintain, and/or update state and district approved Curriculum Frameworks.
Demonstrate willingness and flexibility to teach courses as assigned within the Business Education/Technology umbrella.
Demonstrate ability and willingness to work with both middle and high school aged students.
Exhibit strong knowledge of and ability to implement instructional strategies utilizing common core standards.
Exhibit strong skills in ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms with students, parents, and staff.
Be enthusiastic, open minded and flexible in meeting the needs of students, the school, the district, and the community.
Work collaboratively to help maintain a healthy staff and student culture focused on learning
Demonstrate strong skills to effectively present information and respond professionally to questions from groups of administrators, staff, advisory committees, and the general public.
Provide active leadership in establishing and maintaining credit equivalencies and articulation agreements with Tech Prep and College in the High School.
Provides clear and intentional focus on subject matter content and curriculum
Maintains professionalism by being a strong role model for students, by actively participating in professional development activities and demonstrates a commitment to support department and school wide goals and practices.
Participate fully in the CTE Advisory Committee and the development of a multi-year plan and attend general CTE Advisory Committee meetings.
Experience in running a dynamic broadcasting class, yearbook, and graphic design.
Willingness to enhance the Gorilla Ink heat press business in conjunction with ASB & FBLA.
Willingness to be a co-advisor or advisor of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) club.
Fulfill other responsibilities as assigned by the building principal/and/or superintendent.
Familiarity with the Professional Learning Community model to enhance student achievement.
Strong background in business, personal finance, accounting, marketing, etc.
Valid State of Washington Teaching certificate with CTE or equivalent certification required, or ability to obtain certification.
Must favorably pass the Washington State Patrol/FBI background check.
Open until filled.