PRIMARY FUNCTION: Provides quality standards-based instruction in the area of Broadcast Video Production; assesses and encourages student progress, manages an effective learning environment to maximize student achievement.
Educational Level: Associate Degree or higher in Broadcasting Video Production or Communication or a Professional Standards Commission (PSC) determined equivalent with 2 years occupational experience
Certification/License Required: Valid Georgia Teaching Certificate or eligible for Professional Standards Commission (PSC) Trade and Industry (T&I)Technical Specialist in Broadcast Video Production Industry
Experience: 2 years occupational work experience in Broadcast Video Production Industry
Physical Activities: Routine physical activities that are required to fulfill job responsibilities
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities: Written and oral communication
The Board of Education and the Superintendent may accept alternatives to some of the
Demonstrates prompt and regular attendance.
Facilitates /coordinates a rigorous Broadcast Video Production curriculum with career-related instruction; assesses and provides for differentiation to assure student progress while managing the learning environment.
Complies with state and system level regulations and policies; including the rules of the Professional Standards Commission Code of Ethics for Educators.
Integrates core content academics and embeds the CCGPS Literacy Anchor Standards for Technical Subjects within the program delivery of the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) curriculum for Broadcast Video Production’s career pathways’ courses.
Models enthusiasm for Broadcast Video Production and demonstrates current innovations in the agricultural industry, including competition within global economy.
Administers developmental testing programs, subject-specific formative/summative assessments, and industry-recognized technical skill assessments for the purpose of evaluating students’ industry certification competency levels attainment and/or the monitoring and development of individual learning growth and student progress towards achieving Individual Graduation Plan’s (IGP) goals.
Sponsors/infuses co-curricular Skills USA career tech student organizational (CTSO) experiences to students in the program for the purpose of leadership development, advanced technical skills attainment, workforce readiness preparation, and college career-readiness studies.
Manages and maintains program’s assigned equipment, software, and supplies.
Maintains professional development competence through on-going educational and professional development training, as required for certification.
Engages, conducts, and documents meeting minutes of an active local school Broadcast Video Production Advisory Committee for the curriculum area’s career-related activities support.
Establishes and maintains industry and post-secondary connections to promote/encourage students’ participation in continuing education opportunities; including, College Credit Now’s Move On When Ready (MOWR), Dual Enrollment, and Articulation Credit programs.
Maintains prompt and professional communication with parents.
Performs other duties as assigned by appropriate administrator.
Estimated Start Date 01/04/2021
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Position Type: Part-time
514 Glover Street
Marietta, Georgia 30060
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