15 Dec Instructor, Residential and Commercial Construction – CCHS
Instructor, Residential and Commercial Construction – CCHS
December 15, 2022
Location: Cocke County High School CTE Center Start Date: January 2, 2023
Qualifications: High School diploma or above and Five years of full-time work experience out of the past eight years. Or: Associate’s degree in building construction and one year of work experience in endorsement area and industry certification. Or: Bachelor’s degree in building constructions and industry certification.
Reports to: CTE Director and Cocke County HS Principal
Job Goal: The instructor prepares learners for careers in designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining the building environment. Students employed in this cluster work on new structures, restorations, additions, alterations and repairs.
Instruction is delivered through three major components:
- Classroom/Laboratory Instruction
- Student Leadership (Skills USA))
- Work Based Learning
Endorsement Name and Code: A minimum of three of the following endorsements: 701: Electrical, 702: Concrete/Masonry, 703: Plumbing, 706: Carpentry, 707: HVAC
Minimum Education Requirements:
- High School diploma or above and Five years of full time work experience out of the past eight years.
- Associate’s degree in building construction and one year of work experience in endorsement area and industry certification.
- Bachelor’s degree in building constructions and industry certification.
Industry Certifications: OSHA10/30
Apply immediately in writing to the CTE Director Eric Ellison or CCHS Principal Dr. A.C. Willis. Applicants must have a complete application on file at the Central Office. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. You may apply on line at: Jobs & Employment Opportunities – Cocke County School District (cockecountyschools.org) or contact below:
Eric Ellison, CTE Director
210 Hedrick Drive
Newport, TN 37821
Dr. A.C. Willis, Principal Cocke County High School
216 Hedrick Drive
Newport, TN 37821
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