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Essex North Shore Agricultural & Technical School District Hospitality Teacher (Ch. 74 Program) in Danvers, Massachusetts

Essex North Shore is seeking a Hospitality Teacher to join its Chapter 74 program for the 2024-2025 school year. The Hospitality Teacher will be responsible for the front of the house and District events, all while working collaboratively with an energetic, growing, student body. Bachelor's Degree required. Candidates should be licensed or licensable by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Five (5) years of hospitality management experience required. ServSafe required. General OSHA 30-Hour certification preferred, but required within three years of employment. OSHA Train-the-Trainer certification preferred, but required within five years of employment. Satisfactory CORI, SAFIS, and SORI. Bilingual prefered. This position is subject to the provisions of the collective bargaining agreement in effect between the District and HTF. A copy of this agreement can be located here" target="blank . As an employee of Essex North Shore Agricultural & Technical School District, you are offered a number of robust benefits that support you, your family, and your professional growth. More specifically, for must full-time and part-time (in excess of 20 hours per week) employees, we offer: Competitive wages that compensate you for your knowledge, skills and abilities in the workplace. Generous employer-covered health insurance (Employer/Employee premium cost sharing at 75/25). Coverage options are through the Group Insurance Commission" target="blank . Comprehensive dental insurance through Delta Dental of Massachusetts, currently covering over 90% of dentists throughout Massachusetts. Professional development opportunities, including tuition reimbursement and free, paid training. Supplemental incoming earning opportunities, such as athletics programming, integration academies, and club advisor positions. Affordable term life insurance through the Group Insurance Commission providing your family or loved one(s) with financial security in the event of an unforeseen passing. Employee Assistance Programming for behavioral, health, financial planning, and legal resources. Wellness programming including spin, yoga, and other classes that are tailored to your busy schedule and health goals. And so much more! CAREER TECHNICAL & AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION TEACHER REPORTS TO: Coordinator of Career Technical & Agricultural Education PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: Map each grade curriculum to the State Frameworks. Provide instruction in the content in accordance with the Massachusetts Vocational-Technical Frameworks in the specified career area. Enforce all OSHA safety regulations within the career education setting. Instruct students in the field when participating in outside projects. Document student performance, student behavior, and student achievement within the career education setting. Provides review and reinforcement of new concepts; supports students in the completion of their assigned tasks. Demonstrate knowledge of students’ IEPs, as well as the accommodations and modifications necessary for student success; modify assignments, tests, and quizzes in collaboration with special educators, if required. Develop resources for students to be successful, such as models, graphic organizers, and copies of class notes, video clips, demonstrations, etc. Participate as a member of the career area department; collaborate with teachers within the department. Collaborate with teachers in academic disciplines to facilitate learning activities that are cross-curricular and project-based. Collaborate with the Cooperative Education Coordinator to place students in their career area. Maintain documentation, including student performance, behavior, progress data, notation of student absences/tardies, and conversations with parents and administrators. Provide content support outside of the general education classroom, as necessary. Integrate technology into the curriculum. Respond to any correspondence, both oral and written, that comes from a parent or guardian. Participate in conferences and meetings when appropriate; contribute observations and ideas. Attend Advisory Board meetings twice per year; attend Open House. Keep current with changes in your career area; collaborate with Advisory Board members. Accept additional responsibilities as may be required under the direction of the Coordinator of Career Technical & Agricultural Education. " />

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Hospitality Teacher (Ch. 74 Program)

Job Description

Primary Location Essex North Shore Agricultural & Technical School

Salary Range $58,410.00 - $109,594.00 / Per Year

Shift Type Full-Time

Job Contact Information

Name Jill Sawyer

Title Executive Director of CTAE

Phone 978-304-4700