Teacher - Criminal Justice Studies (Anticipated)
|Position:||Teacher - Criminal Justice Studies (Anticipated)|
|Job Number:||WSWN0225833-8486 (click to apply)|
|Program:||Career & Technical Education|
Southern Adirondack Education Center, Hudson Falls
|Months per Year:||School Calendar|
|Salary:||As per SABEA Faculty Contract - based on experience|
|Job Posting Start Date:||April 5, 2022|
|Application Deadline:||Until filled|
|Position Start Date:||September 1, 2022|
Must be NYS certified or certifiable in:
***For the CTE Certification path, the successful candidate will need to provide letters of occupational experience to become certified in NYS. BOCES will guide the candidate through the process of becoming certified, but all fees are the responsibility of the candidate.
The Criminal Justice Studies Instructor is expected to plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program in their assigned learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential. Work is performed under the supervision of the principal or other designated supervisor.
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